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Coral Cork Flooring

Carton of 7 Planks (21 SqFt)

Per Square Foot Price: $6.00

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AmCork's Coral cork floor pattern is sleek in its sophisticated linear running pattern and is a favorite. This design is made directly from the cork bark itself. The black natural cork fibers in the pattern can be recognized from the side view of the cork bark. The style of this cork wood flooring lends itself to hiding seam lines within the design.


A custom shipping charge is required on all flooring tile purchases and will be a separate charge. We will contact you prior to processing your order.


Natural cork flooring is a wonderful solution for all your flooring needs. This cork plank flooring is both sustainable and eco-friendly, while maintaining the sophistication and warmth you desire in your home, office, or commercial building. Cork flooring tile has one of the best insulating capacities, thermally and acoustically, of all natural substances, making it a great solution for both kitchen flooring or bathroom flooring. This natural flooring also highly resistible to wear and tear, it is hypoallergenic, warm and comfortable for prolonged periods of standing.

All American Cork floating floor planks are designed to click-n-lock without the use of any additional adhesives. Additionally, on the under side of each plank is a built-in cork underlayment therefore no additional underlayment is necessary. Please see AmCork's cork wood flooring installation instructions for a complete guide.

The Portuguese cork used in our cork floating floor planks, parquet cork tiles, cork wall tiles, and cork underlayment comes from the outer bark of the cork oak tree, which grows mainly in the Mediterranean region of the world. The self-regenerating properties of this cork floor that looks like wood, helps to maintain the bio-diversity of the region and naturally lends itself to an extremely eco-friendly product.


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