APC Cork Flooring is North American's one of the most prestigious distributors when it comes to cork floorings. They have a variety of floating and glue-down floors that are perfect for residential and commercial uses. They also offer cork underlayments and flooring accessories. APC Cork Flooring was founded in 2000 and was one of the pioneers when it came to eco-friendly practices. They are known for their excellent customer service and high-quality products.
Why choose cork floors?
APC Cork Flooring aims to educate its consumers on the benefits of using cork floors. Due to the innovative technologies, APC Cork Flooring was the first to launch the standard features. These exclusive features include a Superior installation system, superior joint system. You also get better surface protection, CARB phase 2 compliant, and the lowest VDC content.
APC Cork Flooring understands their responsibility towards hence, they only purchase their materials from forests which, are responsibly managed. They also do not buy any cork from forests which, are endangered. Other than that, APC Cork Flooring also only works with suppliers who are I compliance with all the local laws and supply legally ad sustainably purchased work.
Cork underlay is a cost-effective way to decreasing airborne and impact noise problems. The cork underlayment has 40 million cells per cubic centimeter in a honeycomb structure with a special resin binder. It is best to use this underlayment under floating, laminated, wooden, ceramic, natural stone, linoleum, and vinyl floors. During the cork agglomeration, an antibacterial additive called, Microban is added. Microban is added for antibacterial and antifungal protection and also improves environmental comfort. These cork underlayments are easy to install, have no harmful chemicals, and are also recyclable. These are a few of the advantages of cork underlayments. However, these underlays can only be used indoors and are not recommended for tiles smaller than four by four, or for bridge expansion, or where hydrostatic pressure exists.