Bamboo floors offers unparalleled strength, durability and moisture resistance in comparison with traditional hardwood floorings. Its hardness resembles jarrah and it is natural moisture resistance causes it to be a perfect choice for the kitchen where normal timber flooring isn’t suggested. It doesn’t put on as rapidly just like any other timber flooring.
Our Bamboo floors are obtainable in two colours natural and carbonised coffee. Bamboo is of course light in colour and also the natural colour is created out of this native colour. Distinctively to bamboo the carbonised coffee colour is created inside a special carbonisation process where steam and pressure turn the sugar within the bamboo right into a more dark colour through the board. A seven layer coating of aluminium oxide will be put on it’s and Ultra violet cured. This improves the boards potential to deal with abrasion.
It’s produced in 2 variations vertical and horizontal. Horizontal grain is how the bamboo strips are laid flat when built and shows the characteristic markings that identify it as being bamboo. Vertical grain is how the bamboo strips are switched on their own side to provide a far more straight line appearance.
Ecological concerns have become more and more essential in consumers making decisions process and bamboo floors are an ideal option for the eco conscious consumer. Bamboo is really a grass. A harvested bamboo plantation can regenerate without replanting within three years whereas traditional hardwood plantations can require 75 many years to regenerate. Bamboo is known to develop around 1 metre in 24 hrs. It’s frequently grown in areas that have been formerly broken by soil erosion, overgrazing and commercial agriculture and it is extensive root system helps restore the soundness of those areas and removes nitrogen, phosphorus and high metals in the soil.