Thermal CorkShield™ is the most advanced green energy product on the market right now. Our product brings the amazing natural characteristics that cork has, and applies them to your home. Some of these benefits are, thermal Insulation, a water barrier and sound dampening. Keep scrolling to learn more about our product.
Our product adds beautiful texture and colour making your home stand out for years to come!
When the cork is applied to the surface of your home, it creates a thermal barrier that keeps the out side elements, outside. This leads to lower utility bills month after month.
Our proprietary formula that was developed over years of research has allowed our product to not only keep the elements out but also hold its shape and color.
One of the properties of cork is that it will not go below 0° or above 30° C. This means that the surface of your home or building will feel cool in the summer and warm in the winter. This creates a Thermal Break reducing your energy bills.
Non combustible does not propagate flames nor does it release incandescent particles.
The Corks volume is made up of 88% air. This translates to a low density, between 0.12 and 0.24 Litres/2.2 Kilogram, reducing structural concerns.
Our cork will make your home or building quieter by absorbing sound. This is why sound studios still use cork to help prevent sound reverberation.
Our product has elastic properties which means that it can expand and contract depending on the weather. Unlike stucco and paint, our product will not chip or crack.
The cork is lined with micro suction cups that permit it to adhere to the surface without allowing it to slide.
The diffusion of liquids and gases through the cork is very difficult; it allows vapors to escape to the outside through the plasmodesmos.
As our product is flexible it will absorb impact, which helps to protect any surface that it is applied on. This will extend the life or your home or building.
When the cork is stretched on one direction no deformation occurs in the Perpendicular direction. This allows it to conform to formations of other materials that it is applied to.
Modifying the water content of the facilitates its management to become more elastic, and soft.
In addition to the natural forests many countries are now planting new trees for cultivation so that there is actually an increase of cork trees in the world.
During the trimming of the bark, the cork tree releases large amounts of oxygen, replenishing the air we breathe. The bark is taken off of the tree every 8 to 10 years on average. The bark can be removed from the tree many times over 200 plus years and will not cause any damage to the tree.