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Cork Flooring Options: Laminate and Underlayment

is a versatile, durable, and attractive flooring option that is suitable for a number of different areas, including bedrooms, living rooms, and family rooms. Cork offers both comfort and warmth, making it a popular option for use in both homes and offices. Preferred for its long-lasting durability and eco-friendly properties, cork is available both as a laminate flooring product and as an underlayment.

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Quality cork flooring, Durable laminate cork floor, Commercial cork underlayment

is a versatile, durable, and attractive flooring option that is suitable for a number of different areas, including bedrooms, living rooms, and family rooms. Cork offers both comfort and warmth, making it a popular option for use in both homes and offices. Preferred for its long-lasting durability and eco-friendly properties, cork is available both as a laminate flooring product and as an underlayment.


Greatmats is proud to offer an entire line of cork underlayment material for commercial and residential installations, as well as a large line of cork laminate options, natural cork infill, cork rubber tile, and more.

Renewable Cork Flooring


One of the greatest benefits of cork flooring is that cork is eco-friendly. Hardwoods and other flooring products that come from harvesting trees are not the most green options, but cork is completely renewable. Because cork comes from the bark of cork trees, the tree is not killed when the cork is removed. A single tree can repeatedly provide cork without ever being killed, making cork one of the most environmentally-friendly flooring options available.

Cork trees can live up to 800 years, though their typical life span is 150 to 200 years. The tree needs to be at least 25 years old before the bark can be harvested, but once the tree has matured, its cork can be harvested every 8 to 14 years. This means that a single tree can supply materials for countless cork floors over its lifetime.

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