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Bamboo Flooring: What You Need To Know

Bamboo Flooring in Arkansas

Bamboo flooring is a durable and environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional flooring materials. It is cheaper and more sustainable than most other flooring options and comes in an endless variety of styles and colors. So what is bamboo flooring? How does it differ from hardwood, carpet, and vinyl? What are the advantages and disadvantages of bamboo flooring? Read this blog to learn more about bamboo flooring from our experts at Norman's in Stuttgart!

What is bamboo flooring?

Bamboo is a renewable resource that can be harvested without harming the environment. It is harvested every 5 years, and its natural oils make it resistant to stains making it a top flooring choice for homeowners these days.

Why should I choose bamboo flooring?

Bamboo flooring is fast-growing, natural, sustainable, and sustainable. It's also hypo-allergenic, making it the perfect choice for people with allergies.

What should I consider before installing bamboo flooring?

When considering bamboo flooring, first consider the size of the space you want to cover. You may also want to consider how many rooms you want bamboo flooring in so that you can maintain consistency throughout your home.

How should I prepare my existing floors for installation?

To prepare your existing floors for installation, you'll need to sand them down. This will remove any dirt or oil that was on the surface before installation, as well as dulling the surface of your existing floors.

What are the Benefits?

Bamboo flooring is biodegradable, making it an environmentally-friendly choice.

What are the Drawbacks?

Bamboo flooring is not as hard as hardwood flooring, so it can be scratched.

Is Bamboo durable for kids and pets?

Bamboo is naturally resistant to decay and does not require treatment, making it an excellent alternative to hardwoods.

Do you have questions about our available bamboo flooring inventory at Norman's? We're happy to help! Call us today for more information at (870) 673-2199!

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