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Green Choice Flooring

Bamboo Floori ng

You deserve peace of mind knowing you have chosen a dependable, eco-friendly product for your building project. The journey from the bamboo forest to your floor is quite an adventure. It begins with only the best raw materials, continues with responsible manufacturing practices, and ends with a satisfied client.
Vertical Natural "Chamois" Vertical Carbonized "Caramel" Horizontal Natural "Chamois" Horizontal Carbonized "Caramel"
Vertical Natural "Chamois" Vertical Carbonized "Caramel" Horizontal Natural "Chamois" Horizontal Carbonized "Caramel"
Strand Woven Carbonized "Nutmeg" Strand Woven Natural "Cornsilk" Strand Woven Carbonized "Marbled" Strand Woven Carbonized "Magic"
Strand Woven Carbonized "Nutmeg" Strand Woven Natural "Cornsilk"

Strand Woven Carbonized "Marbled"

Strand Woven Carbonized "Magic"


What is more “green” than recycling millions of aged coconut trees into durable and rich looking hardwood floors? Environmentally friendly building products come from recyclable resources like these trees. Give your project the “Wow” factor and consider palm wood flooring.
Strand Woven Carbonized "Magic"      
Strand Woven Palmwood "Cafe"      


Strand Woven Carbonized "Magic"      
Strand Woven Mulberry      

Bamboo FAQ

Q. Is “carbonized” bamboo flooring stained?
A. No. Carbonized bamboo is darker in color because it has undergone a change, not a stain. During the manufacturing of the product, the strips of bamboo are boiled and change color (becoming browner in tone).

Q. Is strand-woven bamboo the same product as traditional bamboo flooring?
A. No. Strand-woven bamboo is manufactured differently than traditional bamboo flooring. In the strand-woven process, strips of bamboo are coated with resins and then compressed with heat to form timbers. These timbers are then milled into flooring. This process produces bamboo flooring that is twice as hard as traditional bamboo flooring.

Q. What is the difference between bamboo flooring and hardwood flooring?
A. There are several advantages to using bamboo flooring compared to hardwood flooring. First, bamboo flooring is an environmentally friendly product. It takes only a few years for a bamboo plant to grow to maturity, while it takes decades for hardwood trees. And when bamboo is harvested, the root continues to live and produces new stock. Each year, one “mother plant” generates several new bamboo stems that grow to full length in a few months, and to mature hardness in about five years. Bamboo plants are therefore quickly replenished following a harvest. Second, bamboo is actually harder than hardwood so it makes a more durable flooring. Third, in most cases bamboo is less expensive than hardwood while installation costs are the same. Hardwood installers and contractors need no additional training to install bamboo flooring. Bamboo can be installed using exactly the same tools and methods as are used for installing hardwood.



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