• Resilient against scratches, dents, stains, or fading
  • More affordable, simpler and cheaper to install
  • Eco and environmentally friendly

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What is Bamboo Flooring?

Bamboo floors are made from a type of grass (bamboo), and yet are harder and more durable than timber floors. Bamboo has an elegant natural beauty and superior durability, making this style of flooring an increasingly popular choice amongst Sydney home owners. Bamboo grows in abundance and faster than their tree counterparts, enabling it to become a more affordable and environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional timber floors.

We Supply and Install Bamboo Flooring in Sydney & NSW

For over a decade, FloorVenue has provided bamboo flooring in Sydney. We have completed several hundred bamboo flooring installations in Sydney and stock the highest quality range of bamboo floors.

Bamboo floors are made through a process of shredding the bamboo, and pressed together with high temperatures and glue. Main types include:

  • Strandwoven Bamboo Flooring – mixes the grass in an interlocked manner, making it the strongest and more expensive choice of bamboo flooring.
  • Horizontal Bamboo Flooring – refer to the bamboo being glued together horizontally and they exhibit a wider grain pattern.
  • Vertical Bamboo Flooring – refer to the bamboo being glued together vertically, leading to a more narrow grain pattern.

Bamboo flooring is great in many ways – it’s a more affordable and durable alternative to timber flooring. It’s harder to scratch on the surface, is stronger as a floorboard and has the elegant natural look of bamboo. The main drawback of bamboo flooring is that it doesn’t go well with water – so you must be careful in high moisture areas of the home!

Advantages of Bamboo Flooring:

  • Durability – Bamboo flooring is extremely durable, even more so than the strongest hardwoods. Strandwoven bamboo floors have a Janka Rating around 15.0.
  • Healthy – Bamboo flooring is a natural product which has minimal volatile organic compound emissions (VOCs). We only stock ranges with emissions below the stringent E0 ratings.
  • Sustainable – Bamboo flooring is environmentally sustainable, as the grass plant reaches maturity in only 7 years as opposed to hardwoods which take up to 80 years.

Disadvantages of Bamboo Flooring:

  • Water – Bamboo flooring is not waterproof. This means you will need to take care in wiping up spills to protect the beautiful floors.
  • Warping – Bamboo flooring is very dense which is great for durability, but it also makes them more susceptible to warping from moisture or temperature changes.

If you have further questions regarding bamboo flooring, don’t hesitate to contact one of our friendly flooring experts or check out our up to date Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Floor.

No, like many other floorboards, bamboo flooring is not waterproof. Many bamboo floors have some level of water-resistance because they have a wax seal, helping keep water out. However, care must be taken to wipe up spills immediately.

Pro Tips to Maintain Bamboo Flooring:

  1. Use a doormat at entrances to keep out water, grime and dirt.
  2. Do not install bamboo flooring in wet areas like kitchens.
  3. Use a slightly damp mop when cleaning and never flood the floors with water.

Proper care in cleaning and maintaining your bamboo floors will keep them beautiful for many years to come.

Floating floors are flooring that can be installed on top of a subfloor without nails or glue. This makes floating timber floors suitable for apartments and units and reduces the time and cost of installation. Bamboo flooring is a floating floor and a way of getting natural flooring into your apartment.

Advantages of Floating Floors:

  1. Floating floors are quicker to install than direct-stick counterparts.
  2. Floating floors are cheaper to install than direct-stick counterparts.
  3. Floating floor installations are more suited for apartments as it does not require loud banging of nails into the floor.
  4. Floating floors are much easier to repair than direct-stick counterparts.

Considering using floating floors? You can learn all about them in our Guide to Floating Floors.

Bamboo flooring is a natural product which is much more affordable than solid timber or engineered flooring but dearer than laminate and hybrid flooring. Bamboo flooring is often considered the ‘middle priced’ flooring product. The general prices in Australia as of 2021 for bamboo flooring is given below for your reference.

Supply Bamboo Flooring:

  • Supply Strandwoven Bamboo Flooring: $55 – $65 per square metre
  • Supply Engineered Bamboo Flooring: $55 – $60 per square metre

Installation of Bamboo Flooring:

  • Floating Installation: $20 – $30 per square metre
  • Direct-stick Installation: $40 – $50 per square metre

At FloorVenue, we are 100% able to beat any quote on the same quality bamboo flooring.

Bamboo flooring is made up of bamboo grass. First, the grasses are broken down into fine strands before they are fused together with extreme pressure to form the bamboo flooring boards. Extremely durable, and also much more environmentally sustainable compared to solid timber and other flooring alternatives.

Bamboo flooring sources grow to maturity in only 7 years, as opposed to hardwoods and oak which can take up 80 years. FloorVenue takes care in only stocking bamboo (and timber, engineered, laminate) flooring from certified sustainable plantation sources. When in doubt, consult the wholesalers on whether specific products have Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certification.

Greena

EverFloor’s Greena Bamboo range is a quality range of strandwoven bamboo flooring constructed from the finest bamboo available.

They come with 10 layers of scratch-resistant coatings, UV protection and a patented click-lock system. Greena Bamboo floors are designed look beautiful for a lifetime and come with an extended 25 year structural warranty

Verdura Strandwoven

Verdura bamboo flooring is manufactured from a Cold Press process to create solid planks incorporating a patented click system that’s easy to install and maintain, durable and stable.

This bamboo flooring range comes in our favourite colours and grain textures including Natural, Coffee and Ghost Gum.

VerduraX Engineered Strand Woven

With a promise of lasting beauty, VerduraX bamboo engineered flooring is an eco-friendly alternative to many of the other hardwood and synthetic options. The environmentally friendly and durable bamboo and plywood combo is perfect for high traffic areas where the appearance of the floor has to last for a long time.

VerduraX offers the same beautiful selection of colours from it’s solid bamboo cousin – the Verdura Strandwoven Bamboo range.

Arrow

The Arrow Bamboo flooring range is engineered with a modern and stylish look. Its carefully selected, natural woodgrain-inspired bamboo will enhance and complement any style interior.

The rustic colour schematic runs well with most designs, inspired by the beauty of the natural world. Whether it’s the blonde Sand Dune or golden Sea Spray, you will definitely love the colour ranges which Arrow Bamboo has to offer.

Genesis Exotic Strand Woven

The Genesis Exotic Strandwoven Bamboo Flooring range looks amazing, is easy to maintain, eco friendly and sustainable, moisture resistant, and extremely durable with a Janka rating of 14.6kN, which is higher than the strongest hardwoods.

The colour range comes in a variety of unorthodox, or should I say – ‘Exotic’ styles for bamboo flooring. This ranges from the chic Mochaccino to the exciting California colour.

Genesis Strand Woven

Genesis Bamboo flooring is a sustainable, eco-friendly solution to replacing traditional timber floors. It comes in various designs, colors and options to give your home a natural appeal. Highly durable and stringently low VOCs, Genesis is perfect for family homes.

The Genesis Bamboo Flooring is easy to clean and maintain, eco friendly, moisture resistant, and very durable with a Janka rating of 14.6kN, which is higher than the strongest hardwoods.

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