Will cork flooring (with attached cork underlayment so you get two layers of cork) be as much of an insulator as I hope it will?
How well do cork floors wear? I live in a beachy area so sand gets tracked in regularly and I'm concerned about it damaging the floor. I also have dogs and while I keep their nails clipped, they're still dogs!
I was told that I can also put a finish coat on top of it to help reduce the wear & tear and also to reduce the potential of it being damaged by water. Does anyone know anything about this? This is important because my tiny cottage's living space is basically one big T-shaped room, and whatever I put down for the living and dining room has to also go in the kitchen.
If I can put a finish on it, can I put it in a bathroom or it that just way too risky with the potential for water damage?
Does anyone have any experience with cork floors that they can answer these questions from what they know instead of from what I read from the folks trying to sell it to me? ::smile::