Am intrigued by cork flooring. It’s a renewable resource, can be sealed, doesn’t outgas (cf. Sick House Syndrome), and is durable. It isn’t widely used yet, but as a test area, the garage work area seems ideal–with one drawback, and I don’t know how big a drawback it is: The concrete floor would first have to be made
even (although not necessarily level). Is this step a
(One DIY show did this by pouring on a self-leveling coating, but that was in a basement room with four walls and a threshold to contain the liquid. In the garage it would leave a ministep at the garage door.)
Any opinions on cork flooring for a garage workshop? Practicality, ease of installation, maintenance, etc.
Resilient flooring is more comfortable to stand on–but can you get the same comfort level on a concrete floor by wearing running shoes?