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Latest posts Bamboo Floors, Maintenance Protecting your Bamboo Floor from Building WorkIf you are renovating or decorating your room and having a new bamboo floor, the floor should be the last part of the room to be added. All decorating should be finished and then your new floor can be laid. However, if you are keeping your existing bamboo floor and decorating around it, you will need to protect it from the building work. What could damage my bamboo floor? All manne...




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Lounge and hallway modernised with solid carbonised bamboo flooring [caption id="attachment_2288" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Carbonised bamboo flooring in a beautiful living area[/caption] Chris and his wife had been looking for a replacement for their downstairs carpet and liked the idea of a solid natural floor. After researching different options they decided that bamboo was ...


Carbonised horizontal bamboo flooring throughout the lounge and entrance hall of a modern bungalow. Tristan has lived in his bungalow in Dorset for over a year and decided it was time to replace the outdated carpet. He knew that he wanted a hard-wearing modern f...


Carbonised strand woven bamboo flooring through the upstairs of a fully refurbished coach house. [caption id="attachment_2301" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Strand Woven Carbonised Bamboo in a bedroom[/caption] While Joe was completely refurbishing this 200-year-old coach house, he wanted a hard floor to go upstairs, which complemented the style and features of the rest of house. ...


Modern New Build with Natural Strand Woven Bamboo Flooring throughout the ground floor through to a spiral staircase. In the spring of 2019, Mark and Julia embarked on an amazing adventure of building their own house in the beautiful market town of Bridport, Dorset. In early 2020, they were ready for flooring to be chosen. Bamboo flooring was their first choice due to its eco-credenti...


Bungalow Renovation Project with Stone Grey Strand Woven Parquet Block Bamboo Flooring. Keith and Jeanette from Warwickshire have recently renovated their bungalow. The project involved new flooring for the lounge, hallway and porch. They wanted continuity throughout these rooms but were initially unsure of which flooring to use. Oak flooring was one option as they have...


Ground Floor and Garage Renovation Creating Large Open Plan Area using Natural Strand Woven Parquet Block Bamboo Flooring When Stuart decided to renovate his garage to create a large open plan living space, he knew exactly which floor to use. He had used bamboo flooring in a previous home and liked its sustainability so decided to use it again. This time Stuart chose Natural Strand W...


Parquet block bamboo flooring in a modern open plan kitchen and dining area Jake and Hayley have lived in their 1930s house for seven years. They had planned for an extension to create a beautiful open plan kitchen and dining area, and needed a new floor to complement the sophisticated new room. The work started in January 2020 and continued throughout the beginning of the year. By...


A mixture of strand woven bamboo plank and parquet block throughout this Leicestershire bungalow Mike, from Rothley, decided to replace the carpets and change the hallway flooring in his Leicestershire bungalow. This included an entrance hall, study, lounge and dining room, for which he needed over 60 square meters of flooring. Mike had already decided that he did not want to have ne...


Horizontal bamboo flooring is one of the original styles of bamboo flooring. It is a popular eco-friendly alternative to hardwood flooring. Its strength is comparable to Oak flooring, but horizontal bamboo can be found at a fraction of the price. If you choose this type of flooring, you will not be disappointed; it can be used in most rooms in your home, is easy to look after and you are get...


Vertical bamboo flooring gives a unique looking floor that is elegant and sophisticated. It is one of the original styles of bamboo flooring and is still as popular decades later. This eco-friendly alternative to hardwood flooring is as strong as Oak flooring but can be found at just a fraction of the cost. Vertical bamboo flooring will not disappoint; it is versatile, easy to care for and o...


A bamboo door bar is a strip of bamboo that goes in a doorway. An expansion gap should be left in all doorways to allow for the bamboo flooring to move and change with fluctuations in temperature and humidity. You will want to cover this gap over with something and that is what a door bar is for. For more information on expansion gaps have a look at the following: What is an expansion gap? B...


Bamboo flooring is a smart choice for many reasons. It is no surprise that we should be looking after our plant more carefully and what better way to do so than use a renewable and sustainable resource. Bamboo is a fantastic eco-friendly alternative to hardwood flooring. By choosing bamboo flooring you are helping to protect the environment. Bamboo grows extremely fast and can be harveste...


If you have any left-over planks of bamboo flooring you may want to keep them for a future project, or in case of any repair works. When ordering your flooring, if you have calculated the size of the room correctly, you should only be left with minimal planks. Unless of course, you have ordered extra for another project. Where should I keep left over planks of bamboo flooring? If y...


Mohamed Z.M. Salem, Martin Böhm, Jaromír Srba, Jitka Beránková, Evaluation of formaldehyde emission from different types of wood-based panels and flooring materials using different standard test methods. Building and Environment, Volume 49, 2012, Pages 86-96. doi:10.1016/j.buildenv.2011.09.011


The Difference in Bamboo Used for Flooring: Bamboo is a grass, and the variety used for flooring is different from the plant that grows in a pot on your desk. This is Moso bamboo, which reaches its full height, 40 to 80 feet, in its first year and thickens to 6 to 8 inches in diameter as it matures over the next five years.


The standard for solid bamboo is 3 inches, but 4- to 6-inch widths are gaining ground. As with prefinished wood floors, micro-beveled edges help hide unevenness between planks. Click-together engineered planks are square-edged, as are some traditional horizontal or vertical bamboo floorboards.


Though there is tremendous variation among products, vertical and horizontal bamboo floors typically score around 1,825 on the Janka scale (a universal hardness rating for flooring), harder than hickory. Strand-woven can score nearly double that, around 3,270, comparable to Brazilian redwood. Check company websites to see if third-party testing has been done.


As with hardwood flooring, the glossier the finish, the more scratches will show. Factory-applied finishes offer superior durability but require more skill and labor to replace, unlike finishes that are applied on-site. (For more, see the next slide.)


As with wood, nailing yields the tightest results underfoot, but there are glue-down, floating, and click-together bamboo boards to suit whatever your site calls for. Just keep these considerations in mind.


The global bamboo flooring market is valued at $1,249 million and is expected to reach $1,549 by the end of 2026. Bamboo flooring is receiving more attention in recent years, particularly among homeowners looking for environmentally friendly and sustainable building materials.


Easy to maintain and install, bamboo offers a modern and natural aesthetic that could boost real estate value to a home, and the cost of bamboo flooring is comparable to other popular floor types. Unlike trees, bamboo stalks can have a five to six harvest cycle, making them significantly more sustainable. As flooring, bamboo shares many of the same pros and cons as hardwood flooring, with a few more advantages to its favor. Advertisement THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT AND NOT EDITORIAL CONTENT. Please note that we do receive compensation for any products you buy or sign up to via this advertisement, and that compensation impacts the ranking and placement of any offers listed herein. We do not present information about every offer available. The information and savings numbers depicted above are for demonstration purposes only, and your results may vary. Compare Quotes From Top-rated Local Flooring Contractors


Although bamboo is the most appealing to consumers interested in using natural, renewable building materials, it boasts plenty of benefits that make it an attractive choice to anyone looking at flooring options.


Traditional hardwood is made from oaks, rock maple and hickory trees, which can take around 20 years to mature before harvesting is possible. On the other hand, bamboo is considered a grass, growing and developing in a five to seven-year cycle and can be harvested without replanting the root system.


Bamboo floors are relatively easy to maintain. Sweeping and vacuuming regularly to remove dust and debris should suffice. An occasional cleanse with a bamboo floor cleaner or a mild soap and water solution can help it look cleaner.


Over time, bamboo can get scratched and discolored. Fortunately, the surface is easy to refinish by sanding it down and applying a new coating seal. Refinishing the top layer can bring a new, even look to the floor again, protecting it from future damage. Keep in mind that engineered bamboo flooring cannot be refinished.


Bamboo flooring is beneficial for areas with high traffic like living rooms, kitchens and entryways. It is naturally resistant to abrasion caused by footwork and the impact of fallen objects. Strand woven bamboo flooring weaves the grass fibers together, creating an interlocking pattern that can be three times stronger than other types of bamboo flooring.


Bamboo naturally has few pests. Even during harvesting, it requires little use of pesticides. Some of the chemicals used to treat bamboo flooring make digestion impossible for termites. Overall, most types of bamboo flooring are pet resistant. In addition, bamboo is inhospitable to dust mites and repels dust and pollen, and it makes an excellent choice for allergy-prone homeowners. 041b061a72


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