Comcork Flooring

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Comcork flooring made from?

A unique combination of cork and rubber.

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Is Comcork flooring easy to maintain?

Yes. When sealed according to manufacturer’s recommendations, cleaning with a neutral detergent and weekly buffing is all that is required. (buffing not essential for domestic floors).

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Is Comcork anti-static?

The standard range has suitable anti-static properties, however if full static dissipation is required this can be manufactured (Black only).

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What size do the products come in?

All Comcork Flooring is supplied in large sheets 1800 x 900mm in size. Comcork Walkeasy can also be supplied in 440mm square tiles. Sheets come in various thicknesses. See Product page.

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What does the range consist of?

An extensive range of 5 profiles in 22 colours are available. (Colour range is updated from time to time.)

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Can Comcork be installed outdoors?

Yes. The standard Comcork formulation includes UV inhibitors. The material will not break-down or disintegrate. Bright colours however may fade a little after prolonged exposure to the elements.

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Is Comcork flooring more expensive than other resilient flooring?

Comcork flooring is in the mid price range of commercial flooring products. Considering its qualities and long life expectancy, Comcork offers great value for money.

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Can Comcork be installed in wet areas?

Yes. Comcork is impervious. Moisture can not soak into it. It is important however to utilise a two part polyurethane or epoxy adhesive under the flooring in all wet areas, as this creates an added moisture barrier.

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How do you treat the joins?

Comcork is made from cork and rubber, not PVC. Therefore it is not weldable with PVC weld rod. All Comcork sheets are square cut in the factory. All edges are simply butt joined side by side. Sheets should be laid out in a “brick bond” fashion.

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Can Comcork be coved?

Yes. Comcork Flooring material is very flexible, even in cold conditions, and is coved in the same manner as vinyl flooring products other than the joins are not welded. A clear silicone can be applied to internal or external coved corners to aid in moisture resistance if required.

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Can Comcork flooring be recycled after use?

As part of our commitment to manufacture and market quality floor covering products that reduce the impact on our environment, the Comcork Flooring products are designed in such a way that at the end of the products life, the product can safely be removed from its original installation, cleaned up, then returned to Entegro Group to be reprocessed and manufactured into new flooring products. Clients may return previously installed Comcork Flooring material under the terms of our “Take Back” Policy.

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How much does it cost?

Prices vary a little depending on the thickness, the profile selected and the colour selected. Prices will also vary from state to state due to freight costs. As a guide however, allow approximately $120 per square metre installed. This price includes the material plus the labour and the materials used to install it. It does not allow for any additional subfloor preparation if required or sealing.

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