Cork floors have been installed, and loved, throughout the world for decades. At Ethical Flooring we love cork, and have many samples to chose from in our North Vancouver showroom.
But despite the many recent advances in cork visuals, the look is still not necessarily for everyone. Enter CorkWood from TORLYS. A revolutionary new product which digitally prints a hardwood visual onto a click-together, floating cork floor. You now get the legendary warmth and comfort of a cork floor, but with a more traditional hardwood-look.
TORLYS continues to be a leader in cork flooring, introducing the revolutionary CorkWood collection. CorkWood is a truly innovative floor that has everything you ever wanted – the beauty of wood, the durability of laminate and the wonderful comfort of cork. CorkWood has been engineered to bring you all the best-liked benefits of other floors in one superior, all-inclusive flooring solution. Now you can experience the beautiful look of and feel of hardwood, without some of its natural limitations.
There is nothing like the welcoming look of hardwood. TORLYS CorkWood is designed with style in mind, featuring on-trend colours and textures in realistic patterns of oak and walnut. It is offered in two stunning collections: CorkWood Designer and CorkWood Elite that feature long and wide planks to create a truly expansive look in any space.
CorkWood is engineered from cork and uses state-of-the-art direct print technology that looks like hardwood and performs like laminate. It has the equivalent of an AC4 laminate wear rating, meaning the floor performs to the same standards as high quality laminates, ensuring it will perform for years to come.
Possibly the best feature of CorkWood is the comfort quotient. The compressed cork top layer along with the CorkPlus™ attached underlay provides a floor that offers the ultimate in comfort, acoustics and warmth. The CorkPlus™ attached underlay is even infused with Microban® antimicrobial product protection, inhibiting the growth of mould and mildew.
To learn more, visit the TORLYS website