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Cork Floors

Cork Floors in Adelaide. We have traditional cork floors and floating cork floors. Cork floor options are on display in our showroom on Magill Road in Beulah Park.

Cork Floors are a beautiful renewable product that are extremely versatile. Parquetry Flooring has been laying cork floors in Adelaide for over 50 years. There are now more choices from traditional cork flooring to floating floors. Keep reading below to find out more

Cork Floors Adelaide

Traditional Cork Floors

Traditional cork flooring is available in tiles. The cork tiles are 6 mm thick. They are 305 mm x 305 mm. Cork is laid directly on to concrete or Masonite. For more information on tradition cork flooring in Adelaide come into the showroom or contact us

The tradition cork tile floors are sanded and coated with a finish, similar to timber floors. They can also be stained. Cork floors can be sanded back and re-coated when the time comes in the future.

Cork Floors Adelaide

Engineered Floating Cork Floors

Engineered Cork floors are installed pre-finished which makes them a quick and cost effective floor covering, whilst maintaining the warmth of a traditional cork floor. We install engineered floating cork floors in a way that is similar to timber floating floors. Parquetry Flooring Company installs engineered cork floor in Adelaide and surrounding suburbs

Engineered Floating Cork Floors come in an assortment of pre-finished colours to suit any decor. We have many on display in the showroom on Magill Road, Beulah Park. Contact us for more information.

Cork Floors Adelaide

Cork and Stairs

Cork can be used on stairs in the same way that timber can be used.

Cork Floor Adelaide

Sanding, Polishing & Maintaining

To maintain a your cork floors, always follow general cleaning instructions as per timber floors. No harsh chemicals and only soft brooms and limited amount of water. We have products available in our showroom. To find out more about cleaning your cork floors click here

In years to come your cork floor may need a light sand and a reapplication of the finish that you chose.

Cork Floor Adelaide

Cork – A Renewable Material

It is harvested from the bark of the Cork Oak Tree without harming it. The bark grows back every few years. Cork is also biodegradable and will break down into the environment at the end of its life cycle. Cork has antimicrobial properties. Cork contains a waxy substance called suberin. It naturally repels small vermin and insects. This makes cork floors resistant to the growth and colonization of these organisms and can, therefore, help to promote the healthiness of an environment.

It’s a good insulator, effectively insulating the rooms of your home, which can help you save money on heating and cooling bills.