Cool Ideas Engineered Bamboo Flooring

Jul 11th

Engineered bamboo flooring – Many people still think of bamboo flooring as traditional slat floors on stilted houses. Modern bamboo flooring, however, is highly processed forms that bamboo is split, flattened and dried, with pieces together under high pressure to create planks with vertical or horizontal grain orientation.

Office Engineered Bamboo Flooring
Office Engineered Bamboo Flooring

There are different types of engineered bamboo flooring assembly, which creates differences in durability. In liquid bamboo flooring, is a layer of plastic foam, and laid on subfloor before laying or “liquid” cross-laminated bamboo planks on top, which allows for expansion and contraction without twisting or gapping. Bamboo planks that are still glued to each other. If you are concerned about use of glue, you can get a variant of this type of flooring with glue less or click lock bamboo flooring, which involves interlocking planks that “click” into place on top of an existing floor.

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If you are particularly concerned about effects of fluctuating humidity, you can choose to have engineered bamboo flooring, which is engineered hardwood flooring. It is composed of several layers, cross-banded and glued on a base, so that it will contract and expand less. Most durable of all types of bamboo flooring is Beach woven bamboo flooring that is best for high-traffic areas of home. Bamboo strands are cut, boiled, dried and flattened under pressure, as woven together and treated with an adhesive. This method is still using formaldehyde as a binder, but it uses lowest levels of substance in relation to other types of flooring.

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