Cork flooring …that’s right cork, it’s been around since 300 BC, but cork flooring really started in the early 19th century. A renewable resource, cork bark is harvested every nine years from trees. The cork is harvested, granulized, and baked before being made into a flooring product. The Patton Group represents Expanko, the leader in commercial homogeneous cork flooring with traditional 12″ x 12″ or 24″ x 24″ cork tiles. Also to be considered is Vallarex, a 12″ x 36″ engineered cork tile for floating installations.
Flooring Group Cork
Flooring Group offers traditional cork flooring in veneers and homogeneous styles. Our stained cork comes in 24 different colors, which are always on the cutting edge for design palettes across the country.