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Millstead

Model # PF9576

Internet # 202630246

Store SO SKU # 445237

Burnished Straw Plank Cork 13/32 in. Thick x 5-1/2 in. Width x 36 in. Length Cork Flooring (10.92 sq. ft. / case)

$3.98 /sq. ft.
Covers 10.92 sq. ft.
$43.46 /case
  • Provides a cushioned, silent surface
  • Floating installation
  • Easy to clean and maintain

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Product Overview

Cork flooring combines the beauty of a natural and truly renewable material with the comfort of a cushioned, warm and silent surface. It is highly sustainable since the cork oak trees are not cut. Only the outer bark is harvested, and it will grow again each 9 years. The new narrow and beveled plank format creates a more appealing and elegant look than traditional cork floors that are made in large panels. Cork flooring is warm underfoot, comfortable and soft to walk on, anti-microbial, fire and moisture resistant and provides unrivalled noise reduction properties. Installation is made easy with the precision milled glueless locking system. This floor features an integrated underlayment made out of cork. Easy maintenance: simply vacuum. Prefinished cork requires no additional sealing after installation. Warm to the touch and resilient, cork floors are a great addition to your home. Ideal for all levels of installation. This floor qualifies for 4 LEED points: (1) EQ4.3 (Indoor Environmental Quality)-Low Emitting, (2) MR4.1 (Materials & Resources)-Recycled Content, (3) MR 6-Rapidly Renewable Materials, (4) ID 1-Innovation in Design.

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  • Wood Species: Real Cork (Quercus Suber)
  • 13/32 in. Thickness x 5-1/2 in. Width x 36 in. Length Planks
  • 10.92 sq. ft. per case and case weight: 16.5 lb.
  • Construction: 3 ply Engineered Cork-HDF-Cork
  • Prefinished Burnished Straw Medium Color, Medium Gloss Finish
  • Planks have a micro-beveled edge
  • Janka wood hardness rating/resistance to denting: 830
  • Appropriate Grade for Installation: Above Grade, On Grade or Below Grade
  • Installation: Floating
  • Residential use
  • 30-year wear/lifetime structural
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim and moldings
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for cuts

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.) 
36 
Product Thickness (in.) 
13/32 in 
Product Width (in.) 
5.5 
Square Feet per Box (sq.ft.) 
10.92 
Thickness 
13/32 in 

Details

Board Form 
Plank 
Can Be Used Below Grade 
Yes 
Color 
Burnished Straw 
Color Family 
Tan 
Commercial / Residential 
Residential 
Finish Type 
Prefinished 
Flooring Product Type 
Solid Cork Board 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor 
Installable over Cork Underlayment 
Yes 
Installation Location 
Below Grade/Wood Subfloor,Below Grade/Concrete Subfloor,Above Grade/Wood Subfloor,Above Grade/Concrete Subfloor 
Installation Type 
Click/ Interlocking 
Padding Included 
No 
Padding Required? 
Yes 
Prefinished 
Yes 
Product Weight (lb.) 
17 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Stainable/Paintable 
No 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
30 Year Finish Warranty and Lifetime Structural Warranty 

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Burnished Straw Plank Cork 13/32 in. Thick x 5-1/2 in. Width x 36 in. Length Cork Flooring (10.92 sq. ft. / case)
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Is the pattern of the Burnished Straw Plank Cork planks printed on or are they the natural bark grain?

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June 24, 2014
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Definitely natural bark grain and texture.
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June 21, 2013
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It's a natural pattern. Each piece is slightly different while being very consistent in color and tone.
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May 17, 2013
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Oh yes, it is a thin layer of real cork on top of a composite press board.
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This is a natural product, and the finish is the natural bark grain.
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can cork flooring be used in a bathroom?

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April 21, 2013
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Raymond, WA
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June 24, 2014
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The cork itself handles moisture well, but I would only install it if I thought I could prevent moisture from getting under the flooring and causing mold or rot. With a good toilet seal, good bathroom ventilation, and an eye toward leaving as much water as possible in the tub or shower, I'd say yes.
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This depends on the type of backing the cork has. If the cork is a thin layer mounted on a paper-like plank: those planks absorb water and become permanently damaged. The damage is similar to how a newspaper or cardboard box gets wet. You can test by purchasing a sample board and letting an ice cube melt on it. After just one hour, the plank begins to bubble, causing the cork to become uneven (like it Read More
This depends on the type of backing the cork has. If the cork is a thin layer mounted on a paper-like plank: those planks absorb water and become permanently damaged. The damage is similar to how a newspaper or cardboard box gets wet. You can test by purchasing a sample board and letting an ice cube melt on it. After just one hour, the plank begins to bubble, causing the cork to become uneven (like it has "warts"). Read Less
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April 22, 2013
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Millstead Cork floors are not approved or recommended for use in full bathroom installations.
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I wouldn't recommend this cork floor in a bathroom. I sealed it with two coats and still don't have any confidence for bathroom use.
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Can this cork flooring be put down over an existing linoleum kitchen floor and if so should I put down barrier sheet over linoleum?

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Probably, but consult the flooring manufacturer to be sure, and follow any recommendations they may have. When in doubt, ALWAYS check first.
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See my other posts about how this flooring damages easily from liquids that aren't cleaned up quickly. Its a poor choice near sinks, toilets, doorways, and in kitchens that have a fridge with a water dispenser.
It can go over linoleum or any other base without problem - its a floating floor. If you have a concrete floor that is a basement or ground level where water can rise up through the porous Read More
See my other posts about how this flooring damages easily from liquids that aren't cleaned up quickly. Its a poor choice near sinks, toilets, doorways, and in kitchens that have a fridge with a water dispenser.
It can go over linoleum or any other base without problem - its a floating floor. If you have a concrete floor that is a basement or ground level where water can rise up through the porous concrete, you should use a barrier sheet. Read Less
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It can be, but the moisture level must be checked to ensure that there is no unknown water damage under the vinyl. Also, the transition into the other rooms may be unsightly.
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The most important thing is to make sure your floor is close to level. As long as that is the case, you can place this floor over top of old flooring. The barrier would not be absolutely necessary in your case, but I would still recommend it to help curb noise and provide separation from the linoleum.
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Do we need underlayment with this flooring, if used on a cement floor

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Yes, 1/4"
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Yes, you should use at least a foam underlayment to provide some separation between the flooring and the cement.
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On cement floors, you should first use 2 layers of 6 mil polyethylene film as a vapor barrier.
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You will definitely want to use a moisture barrier/underlayment on a concrete floor. Concrete is generally a porous surface that allows moisture penetration, which even in small amounts can have an adverse effect on the life of your flooring.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 66 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cork Flooring Headboard! Had a sample of this flooring on my desk more than two years. Finally got the remodel going now. I wanted something very different for our bedroom and this filled the bill nicely. Used heavy duty liquid nails to do most of the adhesion on the walls. Click and lock the next line, level and square, and use a pneumatic stapler in the tongue making sure the next row could still seat properly. Some pieces were dinged in transit but used up on start and end of rows ensuring the planks didn't line up all in a row. Do it again or something similar? Oh, yea. April 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worst flooring ever Soon after mopping the floor with a swiffer the edges of the boards started to buckle and eventually chip away. This was barely noticeable at first but gradually became worse. Without even looking at he install, which followed manufacturers instructions, customer service declined the warrantee. June 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Love the look, product a little fragile on install This flooring was pretty easy to install. It actually cuts much easier than laminate. The boards snapped together fairly easily once we got the hang of it. The only beef I have is that there were a lot of damaged boards in the box. We probably have a whole box worth once we collected them all. It is easy to damage the edges when working with them. However, I absolutely love the finished floor! We have it in our kitchen and had appliances delivered after it was installed and had no problems with the floor. It has a warm feel to it and makes the room quieter. We are actually going to put it in another room in the house in lieu of carpet because I like it so much. October 23, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mixed I used the product to replace carpet in an upstairs hallway. Iam average when it comes to diy projects, and this one turned out OK. Looks good and was not too onerous to put down. Many pieces were damaged due to packaging but was able to use around sides and edges. Strange that HD hasn't changed packaging as this is a consistent complaint I see. Also, as I have seen numerous times in reviews, trim pieces don't match color of flooring pieces so I returned all but the stair nose. March 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful, Warm Flooring Absolutely beautiful floor. The color is so rich! Blends extremely well with our hardwood floors. The feel is so soft! Installed very easily with hardly any chipped edges in our kitchen. Cuts easily for corners. Fantastic deal for the money. However, I would not say its' durability is what it needs to be for a kitchen that gets so much use and abuse. A light duty kitchen would be fine. We dropped the edge of our old countertop on it and it popped out a chunk of the cork - just obliterated all the cork in that little 3/4 inch hole. Understandably the old laminate countertop is a bit heavy but it hit on kind of a side not a pointed edge - like one would drop a pot or something. It was from about two feet up so the force wasn't all that great. Oh well. But I think we are going to be able to repair it - just rout out the ugly spot and fill in with a bit cut from another board. March 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really loving this floor. We put this floor in our bathroom. It's been down for 3 months now. Now, right outside the shower and under the toilet we put tile, but the remainder is cork. 'This is not a recommended install area.' Bah! It is a perfect install area! The cork is sooo warm under foot it feels heated. Much warmer than wood. We took a sample of the cork and put standing water on it and left if there for 45 minutes. Did not phase it. So, if you can mop up big spills within 45 minutes, no problem. And it is an great look! Does not compete with our large wood vanity at all. Now, to the install. Once you get the hang of it, it is very easy. Yes, there will be small sections of broken mounting edges. You don't need the complete edge! Partial edges work great, so don't freak out or throw out these pieces. They will work fine. Material is very easy to cut. With a jig saw you can make really accurate cuts. I did not even need quarter round. The install was so easy to be accurate with that the base board covered the cuts easily. I debated about a vapor barrier for some time. Our crawl space is dry, so it was not necessary, but in the end I used a 3 mil plastic. It only took a bit longer and I feel better about the install. We love this floor. I can't say enough about how good it feels on bare feet! However, there is a but. There's always a 'but' you know. This floor is soft. You drop something big or sharp on it, you will dent or cut it. I have! But I simply touched up the cut place with a stain pen and you couldn't find it if you tried. So fear not. This is a great looking floor that is highly functional. And, it is not hard to clean, and hides dirt well. May 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this floor Had it professionally installed and the installer liked how well it was made. Very little waste. Sturdy yet comfortable to walk on. Warm and rich looking. March 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Millstead cork flooring I found about 1/2 of the boxes had damage to the bottom plank. It looked like Home Depot had added a corrugated cover to the mfg package and strapped it too tight with packing tape flexing the flange edge of the flooring. I managed to work around the damaged pieces. February 16, 2016
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