With some basic tools or our DIY guide, you’ll be able to install cork flooring in your home. These floors are a natural, renewable product and are a great choice for your home or office
Prep the subfloor and ensure that it is leveled and has no cracks and gaps.
Roll out the adhesive onto the back of the cork tiles the night before. This will make the job a lot smoother the next morning. For a bigger room, it’s best to separate it into quadrants.
Follow your layout lines perfectly to avoid moving a shifting tiles once they have been pressed down. Tap the tiles with a rubber mallet as you go about laying them down.
After you have finished laying the tiles, sand any high spots or ridges and vacuum the entire floor.
All our cork floors come with warranties directly from the manufacturers. Please contact us for any questions you have about the warranty of your flooring before purchasing it.