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Bamboo flooring is a new type of eco-friendly decorative material based on natural bamboo. It has a good decorative effect and can be widely applied to residences and commercial decoration.

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Pros of Bamboo Flooring


Bamboo is a natural, renewable and eco friendly material. Our bamboo flooring formaldehyde detection standard reaches the E0 level (0.5mg/L).


Bamboo flooring has a service life of up to 20 years because of its thick plant fiber structure. It is harder than solid wood flooring and less prone to shrinkage and expansion.


Bamboo fiber material is a good sound absorber. So, it has been widely installed in places with high requirement of silence, or upstairs reduce the noise for downstairs.

Low Thermal Conductivity

In terms of comfort, bamboo flooring is warm in winter and cool in summer. This is mainly due to the low thermal conductivity of bamboo, makes it comfortable to walk barefoot.


Bamboo flooring is hygienic and ideal for dust, fur allergy and asthma sufferers. Moreover, it can effectively absorb UV rays, making the floor looks soft and light, it's good for your eyes.

Easy to Maintain

Bamboo flooring is very easy to clean and maintain. You just need to regularly sweep and vacuum. If conditions permit, you can wax onece every few months.

Cons of Bamboo Flooring

Easy to Scratch

Even the bamboo flooring has a high level of hardness, but it still can be scratched by cats, dogs claws or other sharp objects. You'd better choose well-finished bamboo flooring.

Limited Styles

In terms of aesthetics, the color of bamboo flooring is relatively monotonous, it is difficult to apply to various decoration styles. Therefore, bamboo flooring is mostly stained.

Moisture Sensitive

Give priority to bamboo flooring with a swelling rate of <3% after water absorption. Otherwise, the bamboo will swell and deform and in severe cases, the floor will become moldy.

Bamboo Flooring Structure

Bamboo flooring comes in a few different variations. According to its construction, it has 2 types: solid bamboo flooring and engineered bamboo flooring.

Solid Bamboo Flooring

Solid Bamboo Flooring

Solid bamboo flooring is made from 100% strips of dried bamboo wood, compressed and glued together horizontally or vertically to form flooring planks. It’ll give you the most natural look and solid underfoot feel. You can apply it in bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, and more.

Engineered Bamboo Flooring

Engineered Bamboo Flooring

Engineered bamboo flooring usually consists of a strand woven bamboo top layer and a backing layer made of high-density fiberboard or plywood. It can be customized into wider planks than fixed or standard-sized solid bamboo planks.

Solid Bamboo Flooring Grains

According to its grain types, it has 3 types: strand woven bamboo flooring, vertical bamboo flooring, and horizontal bamboo flooring.

Strand Woven​ Bamboo Flooring

Strand Woven: Compressed

Strand woven bamboo flooring is made from solid Moso bamboo. The bamboo is shredded and woven together to create a stronger and more versatile floor covering.

By far, it’s the primary and best bamboo flooring for most residential and even commercial use. It is stronger and more durable than vertical and horizontal bamboo flooring.

With its sustainability and eco-friendliness, you’ve got the ideal flooring for your space.

Vertical​ Bamboo Flooring

Vertical: Side Pressed

Vertical bamboo flooring is also called side pressed bamboo flooring. The bamboo strips of this type of flooring have been glued and side-pressed together in a vertical pattern.

It has a narrower grain pattern but without the natural bamboo nodes and rings, which makes it avoid color variation.

With the advantage of its almost uniform appearance, it’s usually been installed in large spaces, such as living rooms or commercial spaces. 

Horizontal​ Bamboo Flooring

Horizontal: Flat Pressed

Horizontal bamboo flooring is also called flat pressed bamboo flooring. By horizontally gluing the bamboo strips together creates a wider grain pattern.

In the flat press process, the natural bamboo nodes and rings will be kept on the planks clearly and randomly.

This bamboo flooring is ideal for small residential areas, such as bedrooms, and home offices. You can see its natural color variation from piece to piece.

Bamboo Flooring Colors

According to its color, it has 4 options: natural bamboo flooring, stained bamboo flooring, carbonized bamboo flooring, and tiger bamboo flooring.

Natural Bamboo Flooring


Natural bamboo has a light pale yellow color. No staining process. It matches well with almost types of space decoration.

Stained Bamboo Flooring


Stained with pigment to change the natural color into other colors and tones while keeping natural patterns and textures.

Carbonized Bamboo Flooring


Boil the bamboo planks to carbonize their bamboo fibers. The longer you boil, the darker it comes, and softer it’ll be.

Tiger Bamboo Flooring


The tiger-patterned bamboo flooring is produced by pressing both natural and carbonized bamboo strips together.

Bamboo Flooring Pattern & Texture

We can provide 2 main textured bamboo flooring: smooth bamboo flooring and hand scraped bamboo flooring.

Smooth Bamboo Flooring


Smooth-finished bamboo flooring has an attractive glossy and shiny appearance. But it scratches more easily than textured flooring. We suggest you’d best install it in low and moderate traffic areas.

Hand Scraped Bamboo Flooring

Hand Scraped

Nowadays, the hand-scraping process is finished by machines instead of hands which makes it distressed, looks classic, and brings a rustic feel to the space.

Bamboo Flooring Fitting Types

According to the installation type of bamboo flooring, it has 2 fitting types: tongue & groove and click lock.

Tongue and Groove Bamboo Flooring

Tongue and Groove

T&G (tongue and groove) is a traditional method of fitting flooring. Fit the tongues into grooves perfectly require professional skills and tools, which help you to avoid wastage. It can be fixed to the subfloor with glue or secret nails, or floated over an underlay.

Click Lock Bamboo Flooring

Click Lock

Click-lock is the simplest method to fit bamboo flooring. This DIYer’s suitable fitting method requires less skill and equipment, without the use of glue, screws or nails. Simply click and lock the planks of bamboo flooring into place. It can be floated over an underlay.

Where to Install Bamboo Flooring?

Kitchen Bamboo Flooring

Bamboo Kitchen Flooring

Bamboo flooring is more resistant to water damage than other wood floorings, but it’s not 100% waterproof. Bamboo has 20-hour spill protection, it won’t warp or buckle if you wipe up the spill quickly.

Bedroom Bamboo Flooring

Bamboo Flooring Bedroom

Bamboo flooring is eco-friendly, healthy, warm in winter, and cool in summer, these features make it a great option for bedrooms. It’s not only similar to wood flooring, but also adds a unique and warm ambiance.

Bamboo Flooring on Stairs

Bamboo Flooring on Stairs

As a floor covering, bamboo flooring is a great option for stairs. It is attractive like traditional hardwood but is made from a renewable resource. You can apply our click-clock bamboo flooring to your stairs easily.