Bamboo And The Different Types Of Bamboo Flooring

Bamboo is usually referred to as a long, durable, and strong green grass. This amazing type of flooring gives a new impression of what interior design really is. Bamboo flooring is also easy to clean and maintain. This way, homeowners get the comfort they want when using the right flooring system for their home.

In the past, people were attracted to laying hardwood floors in individual homes because they gave them a beautiful sheen and an overall sophisticated feel. Recently, large flooring companies have noticed similar characteristics of hardwood and bamboo, which is why they have received immediate recognition. 

Here are the various types of bamboo floors:

Hardy Bamboo:

Solid bamboo flooring is available in natural or carbonized yarn as well as horizontal or vertical and colored flooring. It also looks like hardwood, but the main difference is that it expands and shrinks less.

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Engineered Bamboo Flooring:

Technical bamboo flooring can be easily recognized due to its similarity to parquet flooring, which consists of several layers, crossed for strength and glued to a base. This type of floor system is ideal for humid and dry weather.

Woven Bamboo:

From the word thread, this type of flooring system is created when bamboo threads are cut, boiled, then allowed to dry for some time. After this process, the threads are pressed tightly so that they can be arranged in parallel form. In terms of overall performance, this type of flooring system is very good because it is elegant, durable, and very delightful to the eye. Bamboo flooring is now becoming increasingly popular in both residential and commercial applications. It's also a great alternative to green flooring.