Traditional Bamboo Flooring
Bamboo grows in many regions of the world especially in warm climates where the earth is kept moist due to unique weather patterns. Throughout Asia, Bamboo thrives in natural forestlands and in managed forests.
Natural Bamboo is a member of the grass family, which goes a long way toward explaining several of Bamboo’s unique characteristics. Maturing to a height of 20 meters or more in a mere four years, Natural Bamboo is ready to harvest. And, like grass, cutting Traditional Bamboo does not kill the plant. An extensive root system remains intact, allowing for rapid regeneration.
There are many species of Bamboo. Tall and straight, Moso Natural Bamboo is the species of choice for flooring fabrication.
When it comes to the environment, Traditional Bamboo is renewable, are harvested with no harm to their natural habitat, and produce materials that promote a healthy human environment.
After harvesting, Bamboo is cut into strips. These strips go through a sterilization process before being placed in large drying ovens to hasten their curing time. A stringent selection process ensures only premium strips will be used for Traditional Bamboo. Selected strips are stacked in layers and glued with an environmentally safe adhesive prior to being put through a 1250 ton press to form panels from which flooring planks are milled. For convenience and durability Natural Bamboo flooring is pre-finished. Our aluminum oxide finish is unsurpassed in the industry, and with 6 coats applied to the flooring surface offers superior wear resistance.
Eco Friendly Features of Natural Bamboo Flooring:
Natural Bamboo is renewable, recyclable and biodegradable.
A Healthy Alternative: People are becoming increasingly aware of the influence our built environment has over health. Natural Bamboo is being specified more and more often in response to rising concerns about indoor air quality, allergens, off-gassing, and the presence of PVC’s often associated with traditional building materials.
Durable: In comparison to wood species, Traditional 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. Bamboo flooring is guaranteed to not cup under customary and normal use. The 3-ply horizontal and vertical construction provides assurance that our Traditional Bamboo planks will not delaminate. A technically advanced aluminum oxide coating, outlasts traditional finishes 3 to 4 times over.
It's Natural Beauty: Exotic and elegant, the beauty of Bamboo will enhance your interior while remaining true to its natural origins. Just like with any other natural product, differences in tone and appearance are to be expected.
Premium Quality: The name Natural Bamboo has always been associated with the highest standards of quality in the flooring industry. The best bamboo flooring produced today is Natural Bamboo.
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