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Distressed Natural Bamboo Flooring

Distressed Natural Bamboo Flooring

And most importantly, as bamboo flooring is tremendously vulnerable to scratches and dents and just about impossible to sand and re finish its lifespan is unimpressive. Your bamboo flooring will most probably require replacement just before various other flooring materials not to mention those toxic chemicals will end up in landfills. In the long run, bamboo is really a rapidly renewable resource, but poor management and manufacturing practices along with a low-quality product coupled with the recently improved responsible harvesting practices of the hardwood industry outweigh this advantage.

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Distressed Natural Bamboo Flooring

 

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Installing bamboo flooring is not difficult as well. Bamboo floors could be installed using any of the usual hardwood floor installation methods, which include free floating floor where the planks are simply glued together to form a single piece and float freely over the sub-floor, straight gluing a new floor to an existing floor, and a fundamental nailing method of nailing each plank to the sub floor. Bamboo flooring is proving to be a versatile and attractive way to hardwood flooring. It's special for look, available in a variety of styles as well as grain patterns, and competitively priced.

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