Please note: These special prices have been extended until February 15, 2013.
From now until Jan. 10, 2013, like our Facebook page and get great deals on these four colors of Qu-Cork flooring:
Chocolate Stain: $3.76 per square foot
Green Tones: $3.52 per square foot
Golden Slate: $4.88 per square foot
Natural Burl: $3.94 per square foot
Note: Click here to see these patterns. These prices do not include freight or delivery, which will be quoted based on location and order size. All order must be placed through email@example.com or (513)984-9472.
Qu-Cork is finished with nano-finish, which ensures that every surface on the floor is coated for maximum protection of the floor in addition to providing a smooth, natural-appearing surface. In addition, nano-finish is particularly flexible or elastic, which is important because cork moves and compresses.
Qu-Cork can be easily recoated, and an extra coat of Qu-Cork Commercial Finish after installation is recommended for commercial installations. Here is Qu-Cork’s Natural Interiors®Scorecard:
Has GREENGUARD Children & Schools Indoor Air Quality Certification
Contributes to Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) EQ Credit 4.3 Low-emitting materials
Contains pre-consumer recycled content
May contribute to MR Credit 4.0 Recycled Content; MR Credit 6.0 Rapidly Renewable Material
Made of Portuguese cork in Portugal and the USA
This sale is for customers in all areas of Ohio, except for the greater Toledo area
From Dec. 5 through Jan. 10, 2013, the Natural Interiors® Design Center near you is offering web exclusive pricing — for customers who like us on Facebook and follow the promotional rules below — on the following styles of Nature’s Carpet. These selections are all from the “Dark Green” line, which you can see here.
“Dark Green” means these carpets are made of New Zealand Wool (or British wool in the case of Everest) with no chemical treatments, dyes or synthetic materials. The following prices do not include freight, which will be calculated based on the size of the order:
Aureg (color: Bracken): $54.48 per square yard
Cladium (color: Granite Ridge): $54.48 per square yard
Clearwater (color Atlantic): $38.89 per square yard
Elymus II (colors Natural Canvas and Shale): $62.27 per square yard
Everest (colors Snow Cap and Thunderstorm): $58.38 per square yard
Everest (discontinued color Mire while stock lasts): $50.58 per square yard
Seteria II (color Pebblestone): $42.79 per square yard
Nature’s Felt underlayment: $9.94 per square yard
Note: All orders must be placed through firstname.lastname@example.org (513-984-9472) and must be assigned a discount authorization number by Natural Interiors. Price does not include freight or delivery. Measures and installation are available upon request at an additional charge for customers in southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky only.
Here is the Nature’s Carpet Natural Interiors® Scorecard:
No chemicals or synthetics added to “Dark Green” line; Also offers chemical-free wool carpet pad
May contribute to Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) EQ Credit 4.3 Low-emitting materials.
Better for the Planet designation is given without lifecycle assessment because wool is a natural, renewable resource.
May contribute to Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) MR Credit 6, Rapidly Renewable Resource
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Why do you harp on Indoor Air Quality Certifications?
A. There are many natural flooring products on the market. But very few of them are made without chemicals and additives. Cork flooring is beautifully natural and sustainable. But it cannot be made without some extra ingredients – like adhesive.
After wine bottle stoppers are punched out of the bark of the Cork Oak Trees in and around Portugal, cork that will be made into flooring is ground up, mixed with pigments, and adhesive. Fortunately, cork producers in the Mediterranean region are known for their attention to environmentally sound adhesives and additives.
Once the sheets of cork are produced, more materials are introduced. If the cork will be used for engineered flooring, which is made in layers, the core of the floor with be HDF (High Density Fiber Board). And if the flooring – engineered or solid – will be prefinished, anything from a simple water-based polyurethane to a proprietary aluminum oxide or ceramic finish, to a high-tech nano finish, will be applied to the surface. Read the rest of this entry »
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