Strand woven bamboo is a highly durable and sustainable material that is gaining recognition for its exceptional strength, versatility, and eco-friendliness.
With its unique grain patterns and warm tones, bamboo flooring adds a touch of elegance and natural charm to any space.
Known for its remarkable strength and durability, bamboo flooring surpasses many hardwoods in terms of hardness & resistance to denting, scratching and wear.
For a greener future
Bamboo is a highly sustainable resource due to its rapid growth and renewability. It can be harvested in as little as five years, significantly faster than other hardwood trees.
Versatility & design
Strand woven bamboo can be used for a wide range of applications beyond flooring. It is suitable for furniture, cabinetry, wall paneling, and even structural components.
Is bamboo flooring a solid wood?
Bamboo flooring is a solid floor made by compressing bamboo fibres under extreme heat and pressure. The bamboo is cut, stripped down and shredded into bamboo fibre strands, before being woven together. This gives bamboo flooring its great strength and durability.
Is bamboo flooring waterproof?
Bamboo flooring is not a waterproof but water-resistant product, however it handles water spills better than conventional hardwood flooring.
Is bamboo harder than solid timber?
Yes, bamboo flooring is twice as hard as timber flooring. Strand woven bamboo has a noticeably higher 16.1 Janka hardness rating, compared to spotted gum timber which is 11 Janka hardness rating as an example.
Is bamboo flooring better and more sustainable than solid timber flooring?
Bamboo grows extremely fast and can reach its maturity within 5 years, compared to hardwood trees that can take over 30 years to fully mature. This means that bamboo is more abundant and easier to grow than hardwood, making it much cheaper sustainable and also environmentally friendly.