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New Stock Grey Herringbone (Parquet)

New stock on the way a stunning grey herringbone (parquet) floor ref uk1801 part of our “hardest and most sustainable floors in the world®” range made in our own factory. Comes with the usual 50 year residential warranty and Its 4x harder than oak and 10 tines more sustainable with loads of other features, see website for full details #harderthanoak

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Why Bamboo Family Flooring?

Why Bamboo Family Flooring ?

1, Bamboo Family produce the “world’s hardest and most sustainable floors®”

2, Sustainability.

– Protects planet for future generations.

-10 times more sustainable than oak. Bamboo regrows in      3-5 years, does not need replanting. oak takes 50-70 years to grow.

3, Current bamboo flooring colours on market are plain and boring, our range I trendy and stylish.


What is our product USP ?

1, Most sustainable material in the world, it’s a grass.

2, Hardest floors in the world – Unique Encased Manufacturing Process, makes it 4x harder than oak floors.

3, Beautiful colours.

a, Trendy and Stylish painted colours.

b, Traditional and Classic solid bamboo colours.

4, Better product performance and value than oak.


Its time to change.

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At Bamboo Family we are concerned about the environment and all our floors are manufactured with this in mind. Everything we do we consider the effects on the environment.
All our bamboo is FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified which means it is all grown to meet the needs of the current and future generations. It is our responsibility to ensure our bamboo is sourced to protect current and future generations.
We are very proud that our floors are the most sustainable in the world and with our beautiful designs they will enhance your home.
You can trust it has been ethically sourced.

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Benefits of Bamboo

Benefits of Bamboo Technically a grass, bamboo has been used in decorations and a number of other assortments, but has only recently been used on a large scale for floors. Perhaps as a result of the sustainable movement, the material has become increasingly popular. However, even though it a sustainable resource, it is also a cost effective one. Although laminates are cheaper for flooring, most traditional hard wood flooring costs more money than bamboo does. The benefits of bamboo are many folds. First of all, it is a natural anti-bacterial that will help buildings where there are children or people who cannot be in contact with bacteria for fear of sickness. Another great feature of bamboo is that it is water resistant, which makes it a better choice than many other hardwood floors that can stain or deteriorate when any kind of moisture gets in contact. It is also an extremely durable piece of material that is easy to move, yet still hard enough to provide you with great flooring. For those who like doing DIY projects, there are a number of options with click and tongue and groove that allow for easy installation. Nonetheless, if you want the best fit and installation you might want to hire a professional to do it for you.

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Trendy and Stylish Colours at Cheaper Prices than Oak Floors!

Our unique encased® manufacturing system means our floors are 4x harder than oak and 10x more sustainable. We have a cracking range of trendy and stylish colours as well. For many years oak was seen as the best flooring but not now its time to change to a new modern flooring “the worlds hardest and most sustainable floors®” have arrived and all at better prices than oak!

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Encased® Bamboo Flooring V Oak Flooring

Bamboo Family® “unique Encased® manufacturing process” produces our bamboo flooring which is 4x harder than oak. Our floors come with a 50 year residential warranty (the longest in the UK) and is way more sustainable than oak (10 times). Its simple the wold has to become more sustainable to ensure our kids and grandkids have a future. Time is running out and we need to act now and change our buying habits.

#sustainable #bambooflooring #harderthanoak

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