Bamboo Flooring

Bamboo flooring is made almost exclusively from moso bamboo (this is not the kind of bamboo that pandas eat). Unlike timber floors, the coating of a bamboo is designed not to be sanded and recoated, and as a result has a harder coating than timber floors. Bamboo flooring is more durable than almost all kinds of hardwood.


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Bamboo Flooring Features

  • Natural Product Every plank is slightly different.
  • Sustainable Made from fast-growing plantation grown sources.
  • Hard Strand woven bamboo rates 15+ on the Janka hardness scale.
  • Warm in Winter, Cold in Summer As a natural product, bamboo feels great in all seasons.
  • Low Emissions Bamboo has very low VOC ratings (usually low E1).
  • No Short Boards All planks are full length and there are no nested (short) boards.

Why Choose Bamboo Flooring

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Bamboo flooring is extremely hard and dense. Termites happen to hate bamboo because it contains indigestible fibres. In addition, bamboo offers a little more water-resistance than other natural flooring solutions. Due to its strand woven construction type, bamboo never has short boards when it is manufactured. Every single board is the advertised length of the product.

One major downside is that it scratches quite easily. The aluminum oxide in the coating makes it a harder coating than what it usually in timber floors, but when this does scratch, it scratches 'white' and can be clearly visible on darker colours. Additionally, it will grow and shrink more than other flooring types once it acclimatises to its environment. Therefore, proper acclimatisation is key prior to installation.

Ultimately, bamboo is a great option for anyone looking for a cost-effective, durable, long-lasting, environmentally friendly, and amazing looking natural option. As a natural, renewable resource, bamboo is a way for you to choose responsibly-harvested flooring.

Bamboo can be used for bedrooms, dining rooms, living rooms, and other gathering spaces. Bamboo is slightly more resistant to water than other varieties of flooring, but be careful in areas of extreme humidity. We do not recommend bamboo as your go-to flooring for bathrooms, kitchens, or laundries.

Our team has acquired a lot of expertise from working in the flooring industry for over 45 years. Not only do we know a thing or two about flooring solutions, we are eager to offer advice to our customers. Our store features the best prices in Australia which are matched by a large selection of high-quality brands. If you find better prices on one of the brands we carry, we will attempt to match it.

Our team actively seeks new bamboo brands and flooring options to include in our catalogue. Check back to our website to see what new and exciting brands we have to refresh your home.

Our products ship anywhere in Australia. The Online Flooring Store has partnerships with different couriers to bring the best bamboo brands straight to you. We understand that our customers in Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, and anywhere in between eagerly anticipate the arrival of their flooring products. We pride ourselves on quick and easy purchases. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns or specific delivery questions.

You will find a selection of high-quality bamboo flooring brands at Online Flooring Store. Some brands feature beautiful, natural designs, including Clever Choice and Premium Floors ARC. Or you can find lovely modern styles with the Eco Flooring Systems BT range.

Yes, bamboo flooring is considered an environmentally friendly option due to the rapid growth and renewability of bamboo plants. Bamboo reaches maturity much faster than hardwood trees, making it a sustainable choice for flooring. Additionally, many bamboo flooring products are manufactured using eco-friendly processes and adhesives, further reducing their environmental impact.

Installation & Care

Online Flooring Store offers two options when you want to install. We have a helpful directory of over 200 qualified professionals based anywhere in Australia. If you feel confident, however, we have a handy DIY installation guide for bamboo floors. If you have a free weekend and some friends, installing your bamboo flooring can turn into a simple project. Either way, your bamboo floor will quickly be installed for you and your family to enjoy.

Whether or not your bamboo flooring requires underlayment depends on the method of installation. If you glue down directly to the subfloor, you will not need underlayment. If you plan to nail down the planks or install them as floating floors, you should consider choosing a high-quality underlayment. Underlayment can provide extra moisture protection, noise reduction, and stability.

Yes, depending on the thickness of the wear layer, bamboo flooring can typically be refinished once or twice during its lifespan. It's essential to consult with a professional to assess the condition of the flooring and determine the best course of action for refinishing.

Bamboo flooring is relatively low-maintenance compared to some other flooring options. Regular sweeping or vacuuming, along with occasional damp mopping using a mild cleaner, is usually sufficient to keep bamboo floors clean and well-maintained. Avoid using harsh chemicals or excessive water, as these can damage the flooring.

With its high rating on the Janka hardness scale, bamboo flooring can last for years without needing to be replaced due to its highly resistant qualities. Many bamboo floor brands offer 25-year warranties to guarantee their performance. Plus, bamboo can easily be refinished to return them to their earlier glory.

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