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Bamboo flooring gives your kitchen a different texture and a natural beauty to your kitchen floorings as bamboo are the fastest growing plant and has a hard strong wood which is suitable for the kitchen flooring and makes your kitchen an eco-friendly kitchen.

Bamboo flooring on terrace is lifelong durable and since bamboo flooring are treading in market since 10 years but now people are aware towards environment and wants new stylish interior.

Flooring industry is one of the most booming industry and bamboo floors come among its latest innovations that have achieved massive attention of its admirers.

Parquet from Bamboo flooring is formed in such a way that it turns out very easy. This means that the installation of such a parquet in the house will be a fairly simple process.

Bamboo flooring has been used as an alternative to traditional flooring because of its physical similarities to real hardwoods. Most of the Bamboo floor sellers and manufacturers promote its durability, strength, its natural resistance and its eco-friendliness to moisture and insects.

Bamboo flooring is chosen by connoisseurs of eco-friendly style in the interior. Meanwhile, bamboo can harmoniously fit into the classic modern interiors. By many factors, it is not inferior to the usual wooden floor and the popular parquet board.

Both these types of flooring from bamboo are easy to install, have antistatic properties, are durable. They can be given different shades, so the buyer can choose according to their tastes. Bamboo floor can also be painted with paints, which are used for wooden floors.

Every year at specialized exhibitions, manufacturers’ present new collections of decors, and designers analyze and highlight the most relevant shades, patterns, styles, etc. Floor coverings are not exceptions!

Regular cleaning of bamboo floors, of course, contributes to their long life. Such floors can be washed from time to time with a slightly damp cloth or foam mop and regularly swept and/or vacuumed with a soft nozzle.

Bamboo is made from renewable resources, unlike wood, bamboo quickly ripens in about six years (and not 60 as trees). Collecting bamboo does not kill plants, when the shoots are cut off, the roots remain intact and young shoots can grow freely.