Choosing an excellent floor covering brings you even more benefits when that floor covering is Strand Woven Bamboo. One the one hand, it’s an incredibly stylish choice, bringing your home to any design level you prefer.
Some homeowners love the way it mimics rustic, natural hardwood flooring, in both graining and stain color, while others love the fact that it can be the perfect backdrop for their contemporary design leanings. More so than that, it’s a beautifully eco-friendly flooring as well.
Just take a look at this article we found recently:
“Bamboo is a highly sustainable material because it is so fast-growing: some species of bamboo can grow by as much as a meter a day. As an agricultural crop, bamboo is very low-maintenance, requiring no pesticides and thriving even in poor soil. Thanks to its resilience, bamboo can be grown quickly and cheaply, making it an alternative to plastic for single-use products such as cutlery and many other products, from toothbrushes to flooring.”
Source: Anna Cottrell, Real Homes
Making your Strand Woven Bamboo count
Bamboo flooring gives you so many reasons to love it. With beautiful appearance options that include color, format, and graining variety, you’re sure to match whatever décor you currently have in place. But suitable flooring is never simply about looking good.
These floors will perform well in a variety of situations, especially with pets and children in the home. They are durable and, in many cases, are stronger than solid oak hardwood. When properly installed and maintained, you’ll see why these floors come with a 35-year transferrable warranty.
As you find out more about EcoFusion, you’ll see why our sustainable flooring options are so popular. Our bamboo floors are constructed of 100% American Moso bamboo, which is harvested at between five and six years of growth. This assures their stability and gives you plenty of confidence in their performance.
If you’d like to know more about EcoFusion’s Strand Woven Bamboo in the local Denver area, be sure to contact a local flooring retailer and ask for it by name.