Cost effective 

Bamboo is an inexpensive alternative to hardwood flooring while still offering the luxury and character of a natural product.  Generally it can be around a third cheaper than an average hardwood floor. 5. Available in different colours and styles  bamboo toothbrush factory

 Bamboo flooring is available in three different styles, horizontal, vertical and strand woven.  They all have very different appearances due to the way that they have been constructed.  The two main colours are natural (golden and pale tones) and carbonised (coffee coloured brown), but it is also available with a rustic appearance, in a Stone Grey colour and with a brushed texture to the surface Glued down to the subfloor

Nailed or screwed down to the subfloor

Floated over a underlay

Some types of bamboo flooring are available with a click fitting system, making the installation process even more straightforward. 8. Easy to look after It is easy to look after a bamboo floor.  All that is needed is a daily sweep with a soft bristle brush and weekly clean with a PH neutral wood floor cleaning spray.  Scratches and damage to the surface of the flooring can easily be prevented by removing footwear, using felt protector pads on the bottom of furniture and wiping away water spills and accidents immediately. For further cleaning advice

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