It’s a Renewable Resource
All the media coverage of renewable resources are not just hype. It is an important element in protecting those most vulnerable spaces in the world. Bamboo is a rare resource because it’s not only renewable but it also grows very quickly. Compared to other hardwoods that take between 20 to 100 years to mature, bamboo can mature in only 3 to 5 years.
Bamboo flooring is the ideal choice for someone who has allergies. Unlike carpeting – where dirt, mites, and dust are collected in its fibers – bamboo is easy to keep clean so those triggers don’t have a chance to build up.
It’s Easy to Maintain
Bamboo resists stains and is easy to clean. Simply wipe up any spills with a damp cloth. Other methods that effectively and easily clean bamboo flooring include dry mopping, sweeping, and vacuuming. Using harsh chemicals is not needed, as bamboo does not hold stains.
It’s a Sustainable Resource
Sustainability is a word that seems to be thrown around without much regard. However, bamboo is one such material that really does live up to the hype. For one thing, the process that is used to grow and harvest the wood does not damage its root system. In fact, its roots stay in place after harvesting so it does not need to be replanted.
Hardwood flooring has the reputation of being a costly addition to your home. With bamboo, however, you can have a beautiful floor at a fraction of the cost of certain types of hardwood.
It’s Very Strong
The great strength of bamboo is one of its most enduring qualities. It resists damage from items that are dropped or scraped against it. This attribute is why you’ll find lots of bamboo furniture.
In addition to its gorgeous good looks, bamboo flooring offers numerous other benefits that make it a popular choice for people who want to freshen the look of their entire home. If you’d like to learn more about bamboo or schedule your free in-home consultation, give the experts at Floor Coverings International of Scottsdale a call today! We proudly serve the greater Scottsdale, Phoenix areas.
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