Natural Bamboo, which is technically a grass, offers many performance, aesthetic and sustainable benefits of traditional hardwood flooring.
In terms of sustainability bamboo offers many benefits first of all being non-toxic. Besides its toxicity it is renewable, recyclable and biodegradable. Bamboo is considered a rapidly renewable resource and is able to be harvested every 6 years. Bamboo regenerates without planting and requires very minimal fertilization. Furthermore, bamboo releases 35% more oxygen then trees making bamboo one of the top natural floors on the market.
Our natural bamboo is sourced from the Moso species and is grown in cold mountain climates producing a stalk that is harder and more dense than a valley grown bamboo.
If you are looking for an eco-friendly flooring material bamboo can meet your needs with its large selection of color, style and affordability.
In comparison to wood species, Natural Bamboo is 27% harder than oak and 13% harder than maple. Natural Bamboo is composed of complex fibers that do not absorb moisture as easily as wood. Natural Bamboo flooring is guaranteed to not cup under customary and normal use. The 3-ply horizontal and vertical construction provides assurance that our Natural Bamboo planks will not delaminate. A technically advanced aluminum oxide coating, outlasts traditional finishes 3 to 4 times over. These features combine to make Natural Bamboo an exceptionally stable flooring material.
Furthermore, the new woven/ strand bamboo flooring material is now one of the hardest flooring types available on the market.
The name Natural Bamboo has always been associated with the highest standards of quality in the flooring industry. With the introduction of Premium quality Natural Bamboo flooring and accessories we continue our commitment to supplying superior products. The best bamboo flooring produced today is Natural Bamboo.