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What do you think about bamboo floors?

I have heard that they are not as hard as hardwood floors. Is it best to get sold bamboo or a laminate?


i think there cold and heartless.... j.k i would go for bamboo they are sturdy
love bamboo floors, i'd get solid bamboo not laminate, the solid bamboo is going to be more durable.
Bamboo is really pretty and durable. My parents have some in there home and the only bad thing is they dry out easily, so if you live in a humid area, you should be fine! Also laminate is easier to clean and take care of. They also have some really pretty and real looking wood floor laminate now a days! Good luck!
Hi, Bamboo is a beautiful eco-friendly flooring.Bamboo has a lot of benefits as it is 50% more stable and harder than red oak. It is faster growing and a sustainable resource. It is less expensive than hardwood. Just like hardwood it is important to acclimatize your bamboo flooring before installation. Important to get experienced installers and check them out.
Bamboo looks like wood, feels like wood, and cuts like wood. It even smells like wood. And it's much denser than most hardwoods, including maple and oak, so it's ideal for flooring. Prices for solid-bamboo flooring usually range between about $2 and $4 a square foot. Engineered bamboo typically costs between $3 and $7 a square foot. Prices are often based on the thickness of the flooring; the thicker the plank, the more it costs. At those rates, bamboo can be a bit pricey low-end bamboo is about on par with red oak strip flooring. But bamboo seems fairly priced when you consider its rather complicated manufacturing process and the fact that it's harvested in East Asia.

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