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Bamboo Flooring - Pros and Cons

Bamboo is a natural surface covering material that has many of the properties of hardwood flooring, even though it is actually produced from a type of grass. It shares many of the positive benefits of a hardwood floor, as well as the drawbacks and vulnerabilities.

Bamboo is really a tough material, much tougher than traditional oak or maple floors.

Bamboo floors can be easy to install. Click, nail down, floating or full spread glue.

The actual installation process will vary by brand and style.

Bamboo flooring comes prefinished and the finish can be reapplied on most products.

Bamboo flooring adds to the resale value of most properties over vinyl floors or carpeting.

It is now available in many different stains.

Strand bamboo is highly resistant to moisture.

Bamboo flooring is primarily sourced out of China and while there are many quality brands, there are even more that are poorly manufactured.

Since the product comes from China, you may not know exactly what properties go into the finishing of the floor. Formaldehyde or other hazardous materials may not be properly disclosed.

Bamboo flooring is durable, the finish is still very susceptible to scratching and you must take precautions against scratching the finish. The same precautions you would will hardwood floors.

It should not be installed offer chipboard or particle board subfloors.

Most Manufacturer's recommendations require installing over solid wood or plywood and most homes do not have plywood underlayment.

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