Bamboo flooring offers an environmentally sustainable alternative to more traditional hardwood floors. The bamboo plant reaches full maturiity in 4 to 5 years and once cut will regenerate naturally without the need for replanting. Hardwood forests require 30 to 50 years or more to reach maturity making them less attractive as a sustainable option.
Bamboo flooring compares very favorably with other timber floors in both hardness and durability. The laminated construction makes it highly stable, significantly reducing issues with contraction, expansion and warping commonly associated with other hardwood floors. With a hardness rating equivalent to Australian Jarrah, bamboo is one of the hardest wearing options on the market today.
It looks great
Takeichiban Bamboo Flooring comes in three patterns, Horizontal stripe, Vertical stripe and Ultra-compressed. Each pattern gives a slightly different look but all encompass the natural warmth and grain of the bamboo. Equally at home in residential or commercial applications all Takeichiban Bamboo flooring comes Pre-finished with a high quality six coat system finish by Klumpp