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Bamboo Flooring

Bamboo is often associated with the forests of east Asia, but it can be an environmentally friendly floor option as well. It is one of the fastest growing, abundant plants on Earth. This flooring has seen a huge growth in popularity in recent years. Bamboo is a renewable resource. It grows quickly, thus the supply replenishes very fast.

Despite it’s rapid growth, it is an extremely strong material when cured for use in flooring . It handles high-traffic areas well and has proven to need to be refinished less frequently than other flooring surfaces.  It is available in a wide range of styles and is easy to care for.

Bamboo is manufactured from processed strips of cane and compressed to be as hard and durable as a regular hardwood floor. 

Benefits of Bamboo Flooring

  • Can be extremely strong and durable like hardwood
  • Green and sustainable
  • Different tints and color options available, including cream, mocha, red, and black
  • Easy installation and can be installed on many different surfaces
  • Low  maintenance and easy to clean

Bamboo Flooring Options



  • Glue, nail, staple or floating installation for both pre-finished or unfinished bamboo
  • The installation process is the same as hardwood flooring.
  • Bamboo is offered in planks, tiles as well as handscraped.



  • The grain of bamboo is either horizontal or vertical. Vertical graining has a thinner, more linear look while horizontal graining is wider, showing the knuckles of the bamboo.
  • With horizontal, the pieces are arranged and laminated side by side, flatways.
  •  With vertical, the slats are stood upright and then laminated.
  • The first colors that were introduced were carbonized and non-carbonized. The results were a natural, amber, brownish color as well as a yellow based color. 
  • The brownish amber color is achieved by pressure steaming the bamboo, which creates a darker color through carbonization.
  • More recently, colors ranging from rich reds to mochas and blacks are available.


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