Bamboo Flooring Melbourne

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Looking for bamboo flooring in Melbourne? You’ve come to the right place.

Bamboo flooring has multiple benefits, so it’s little wonder bamboo has become such a popular item on the flooring market. Bamboo ticks many boxes. It’s affordable, aesthetically pleasing, boasts considerable durability, and can be made-to-order in a range of colours, to suit the style of your home. Bamboo is appropriate for both modern- and traditional-style homes, which is another reason why it has become so popular. It can provide a charming feature to your décor, whatever your style.  

Why Is Bamboo So Affordable?

Bamboo appears and feels like wood. Most customers often can’t tell the difference between bamboo and traditional wood flooring. However, bamboo isn’t wood at all: it’s a type of grass! Strange that a grass floor is thinkable in modern homes. But the fact that bamboo is a grass is the secret to tis affordability. It is classified as a grass because it grows quickly. Quick-growing bamboo can be harvested many times over, while old-fashion hardwood takes decades to grow. This means the raw material (the bamboo) is cheaper to produce. As the bamboo plant will regenerate, it can easily be farmed every few years. Unlike hardwood forests, there is no need to plant anew every time you harvest. 

What Types of Bamboo Can I Choose From?

Bamboo is versatile and comes in many forms, including strand-woven bamboo, solid bamboo and engineered bamboo. The beauty of engineered bamboo is that it is very robust. It’s also easier to clean than other bamboo floors, so it suits the busy modern life. Bamboo is also moisture resistant, though it’s important to note that it cannot be used in bathrooms or other areas that are often exposed to water.

Is Bamboo Durable?

Very. A bamboo floor can last for years to come and retain that charming look. Really with our bamboo flooring Melbourne customers have just what they’re looking for!