Can a cork floor be successfully installed within an office kitchen?
Absolutely. Cork flooring is a natural thermal insulator and because it doesn’t conduct heat and cold, it helps to maintain the temperature of a room. It also reduces sound and vibration transmission by absorbing it in tiny cells and, because it contains suberin (a waxy substance found in cork cells), cork floors inherently resist mould, insects and allergens. Cork floors have an inherent softness and springiness that make standing for long periods much easier on backs, legs and feet and, if you drop something, its resilience may prevent it from shattering into pieces. Furthermore, it is a high-style option, and is available in planks, tiles or sheets in a variety of fashionable colours.