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Why Cork Spray?

It is a natural cork spray for new build and renovation projects, providing a sustainable and innovative solution for residential, commercial, and industrial properties. Using this unique coating gives you a wealth of features and benefits:




Cork spray can cover virtually any surface. Cork spray
can cover any type of siding on exterior walls,
including vinyl, wood, stucco, and brick. You can
also apply it to your interior walls for added
protection and aesthetic appeal. In fact, you can
use spray cork on nearly any surface that you would
treat with traditional paint, such as decks, patios,
pool decks, and walkways. The CORK-PRO spray is
carefully formulated for maximum adhesive power.


Porous surfaces absorb paint unevenly,
resulting in multiple coat application and
uneven drying.


CORK-PRO can significantly cut your heating and cooling bills & can be used as a stand-alone insulation or as a complement to existing insulation. Just a thin layer of ThermalCork will effectively block heat transfer, keeping your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. No matter how hot or cold the ambient temperature is, ThermalCork will help keep your home at a desired comfort level. With only 1/8 of an inch applied it creates a thermal break heat resistance U-value of .062 that would be equivalent to the heat resistance of R-17 insulation.


Stucco: R-0.2, Paint: No value has been
determined, Loose Fiberglass: R-2.2 to
R-2.9 per inch, Fiberglass Batts: R-2.9 to
R-3.8 per inch


Sprayed cork is naturally water-resistant. Although cork is an incredibly breathable substance that is comprised of about 80% to 90% air, it’s also remarkably watertight. Applying a thin layer of cork spray to protect your home from water damage. You can also coat your interior walls or roof with ThermalCork Solutions products.


Water is one of the most significant causes of home and commercial building damage & can result in thousands of dollars in damage to your property. Traditional paint does nothing to prevent water damage.


Cork is a remarkably elastic substance. It also adheres effectively to many types of surfaces. As a result of these two properties, applied cork spray won’t crack or peel. Over time, buildings can shift due to changes in the earth underneath but cork product is capable of expanding and contracting along with the temperature changes and shifts. Each time it shifts, the cork will return back to its natural state with no cracking, peeling, or flaking.


No matter how good a freshly painted wall looks, it won’t be long before it starts to crack, flake, and peel.


Cork is naturally hydrophobic. This means it’s nearly impermeable and it’s difficult to get wet. Because of this property, cork also effectively resists mold growth, since mold requires dampness to grow. Coating your interior and exterior walls with cork spray instead of paint can help keep your family healthier and more comfortable.


Mold is serious and incredibly toxic. Potential health concerns include: wheezing, coughing, asthmatic responses, sinusitis, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and similar respiratory symptoms. Traditional paint does little to nothing to block the growth of mold.


Cork spray is a natural, VOC-free product, making it safe for you and your family for years to come.


Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are solvents that are often added to traditional paint products. As the paint dries, VOCs are released into the air. They can cause several short and long term health complications.


Many trees/forests are cleared so that the trees can be used in paper products and building materials. But cork oak trees are unique because they can be harvested without killing the trees. It is possible for these amazing trees to live up to 300 years! The harvesting is done by hand using traditional implements. The average agriculturalist trains for about eight years to harvest cork. These are among the highest paid agriculturalists in Europe, making this industry a socially conscious as well as an environmentally friendly one. After it has been harvested, the tree grows more cork bark. It’s much like shearing a sheep. Shearing doesn’t harm the sheep, nor does harvesting bark harm the cork oak tree.


Finding sustanibly sourced traditional coatings is not only challenging, but costly.