by Louis Iannaco
Cork flooring has been around for 100 years or so but has never been more popular than it is today. From its sustainable attributes to the increasingnumber of patterns and colors now available, the sky is the limit for cork.
The trend in cork flooring continues to be patterns that approximate the appearance of slate, granite or other products of nature, noted Lanny Trot-tman, president of Qu-Cork. “The advantage over other types of flooring is the natural level of comfort, quietness as well as warmth; these characteristics combined with the eco harvesting of the cork without damaging the tree make it the perfect choice for the health of the environment as well as interior environments.” Continue reading Cork flooring goes hi-tech