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Wall Tiles

We are excited to announce we now have cork wall tiles from Portugal. These tiles are 600mm x 300mm and are 3mm thick. We have a light option and a dark option available. A great modern alternative to traditional wall coverings.  Cork is a natural and sustainable product and is great for those suffering from…

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How to care for your cork

• After the final coat of polyurethane has been applied, wait at least 8 hours before walking on the floor, only with socks or soft shoes – i.e. light traffic. • Do not shift furniture onto the newly installed floor until at least 72 hours have elapsed and make sure all furniture legs have protective…

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Patterned Cork Tiles

Some of our tiles are patterned veneers and come in 300x300x5mm. Many of these are pre-coated and only require one coat of Polyurethane once installed. Belly                                                           GN…

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Sheet and Roll Cork

We stock and provide Acoustic Cork in sheets and rolls which is used as a natural insulator under other types of flooring, i.e. ceramic tiles, carpets and vinyl flooring to provide added warmth and quietness to rooms and between floors in apartment buildings. These sheets and rolls are also used for Notice Boards and wall…

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Advantages of using Cork Tiles for Floors

Cork tiles have moved on from just plain cork, and are available in patterns, different sizes and in colours which can be customised to match any room décor. Cork is warm, soft and quiet, a natural insulator which is environmentally friendly and an advantage in any home, including wet areas, i.e. bathrooms.

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Cork Flooring Tiles – from a tree that keeps on growing.

Our cork tiles are imported direct from Portugal and are manufactured from the bark of the Cork Oak tree. The bark is stripped from the tree around every 9 years and regrows so that no trees are killed or damaged in the process. This makes cork enduringly sustainable and a renewable resource. The Cork Oak…

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