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Custom Hardwood Floors Washington DC: Bamboo Flooring

Bamboo Flooring adds grace and style to any room!

Over the next few weeks, we are going to explore some alternative hardwood floors. Last week, we focused on Cork Flooring. This week, we are going to move on to another alternative hardwood floor:  Bamboo Flooring.

Not only is bamboo flooring environmental friendly, like cork flooring, but it is also incredibly strong, durable, cost effective, and incredibly aesthetically appealing. Additional benefits of bamboo flooring include:

  1. Like most hardwood floors, bamboo flooring is easy to maintain.
  2. Bamboo flooring is more water resistant than traditional hardwood floors.
  3. Finally, like traditional hardwood floors, bamboo flooring can be refinished.

About Bamboo Flooring

Technically, bamboo flooring is not actually made of wood. Instead, these floors are mad by harvesting bamboo shoots, slicing these shoots into strips, and then laminating them together to look like traditional wood floors.

So what is bamboo if it is not a wood? Well, technically it is a grass! This is the main reason that bamboo is such an environmentally friendly flooring option. Unlike wood, which can take decades to reach maturity, bamboo shoots grow in a few years and rejuvenate naturally, without any need for re-planting.

Custom Hardwood Floors Washington DC

At John K. Eareckson & Co., we pride ourselves on providing the best quality and craftsmanship in the Baltimore-Washington area, from custom hardwood installation and repairs to refinishing. “After all, you are walking on our reputation.”

If you have any questions about Bamboo Flooring and Custom Hardwood Floors Washington DC, please contact John K. Eareckson & Co. by calling 410-788-4200 or visit today for a free quote regarding any of your hardwood flooring needs.

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