Bamboo laminate

Q. When is a wood floor not a wood floor? A. When its made from bamboo! 
Bamboo is in fact a giant grass and its long fibrous stems can be harvested and manufactured into beautifully grained floorboards with the tensile strength of steel.  Choose from a multitude of finishes from dark espressos to bright honey coloured natural bamboo. You can’t beat bamboo when it comes to durability. Hard wearing, water resistant and resilient to seasonal expansions, bamboo is a good choice for any room. Rapidly renewable, bamboo can regenerate in 5 years compare that to 30 to 40 years for most hard woods -  making it an excellent eco-choice too. 

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How is made?

There are two techniques to turn bamboo into boards. One is to laminate strips of bamboo together forming solid boards. The other process is called strand weaving, where bamboo fibres are bound together and compressed to form boards with the tensile strength of steel. Like other wood flooring materials, bamboo also has high moisture resistance- as long as water isn’t allowed to settle on the surface for hours. Bambooflooring is not very sensitive to humidity levels, therefore it doesn’t shrink and expand seasonally as with other hardwood flooring.