WHY IS BAMBOO FLOORING SO ECO-FRIENDLY?

bamboo-flooring-floor-depot-San-antonio-trends–If you have been researching hardwood flooring alternatives, no doubt you have come across lots of articles that sing the praises of bamboo as a tremendously eco friendly material. All these are generally correct, but not necessarily so.

Bamboo is regarded as an eco-friendly option

Since bamboo flooring is technically a bud. Therefore, it regenerates in three to five decades, far faster than typical wood. Horticulturists also feel that the harvesting bamboo can actually help improve growing conditions — considerably as cautiously engineered, selective timber harvesting aids a forest grow. By removing old bamboo, more sun is permitted to reach the younger crops, helping stimulate and nurture the shoots.

Bamboo also has indirect ecological benefits.

When you put in a hardwood floor, you do not have to clean your floors as harshly or as regularly as you might if you install carpets. You can clean a bamboo floor with just a dry mop or broom; whereas you might require a more dramatic and potentially environmentally friendly cleaning regimen if you go for carpeting.

Bamboo can also persist for a very long time — 30 years or longer.

Based upon the building job and care provided — and thus homeowners do not have to replace or refinish floors as often as they could otherwise. Whenever you can avoid doing important building, you save on environmental expenses, including labour, machinery, pollutionand debris generated, etc..

Are you interested in bamboo floors?

If so, visit the Surrey Area hardwood flooring experts at Floor Sanding Surrey to introduce you to powerful choices to beautify, remodel, and wash your home, flat, or business.We offer new flooring installments, dust-free refinishing, no sanding processes, and free inspections and estimates.

Get in touch with us in 01483 905 720, or see us online at http://www.surrey-floor-sanding.co.uk.

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