shutterstock_792056803Floors Like… Corkoleum!

Whether you are renovating a North London rental or laying down hardwood flooring and carpeting on your new Bay Area attic, you’d ideally like to use recovered materials not only to prove your green cred but also to enhance the aesthetics of your location.

Flooring producers have surely caught the”green wave,” and you can now find floors made from a number of reclaimed materials, for example…

1. Vinyl

Vinyl is simple to clean, comfy, and pretty stain resistant. It’s also a cost-effective substance, and you can come across flooring in a seemingly endless variety of patterns, colors, and styles. Additionally, there are luxury vinyl alternatives that mimic hardwood flooring , marble floors, rock, and beyond. Buzz-phrase to recall:”Vinyl is Versatile.”

2. Carpeting

Carpet remains the Big Kahuna at the market. But like vinyl options have diversified, so, also, have carpeting options. It is possible to locate recovered carpet made of the most unbelievable stuff, including corn, fresh polymers, old transformer toys, hub caps, and stomach button. (Alright, we left some of those up! But still, the diversity of materials is astounding.)

3. Corkoleum

Cork grows on trees, so it is naturally sustainable, and manufacturers can harvest the bark without damaging the plant. Corkoleum mixes attributes of linoleum floor products with natural cork to create a flexible, eco friendly material. Cork flooring also has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, based on boosters.

Whether you want to use reclaimed wood or other renewables in your renovation project — or if you are only trying to find a cost-effective, time-efficient way to”get the job done” — get in touch with the staff at North London Floor Sanding to get a free floors quote and highly effective information 020 3369 0825.


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