Wholesale Solid Bamboo Flooring

Natural bamboo flooring is a fantastic alternative to commonly used hardwoods. We carry both regular and stranded bamboo flooring. Regular solid bamboo flooring is formed by cutting bamboo shoots into strips and then forming them into planks, while stranded bamboo planks are formulated from bamboo fibers. Stranded bamboo is known to be the strongest variety of bamboo plank available and is two to three times stronger than various oaks!

But the most noteworthy aspect of solid bamboo flooring is that bamboo is highly renewable, and this sustainability is even greater with strand woven bamboo planks. This is because many of the bamboo fibers utilized in stranded bamboo flooring come from well-managed forests that do not overharvest their bamboo. Couple that with the fact that bamboo grows relatively rapidly, and you have one of the more sustainable building materials as an option for your home renovations. Call today to learn more or order your wholesale solid bamboo flooring!

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Great Product

Love the wood flooring, was good quality and easy to work with. Packaging for shipping could use some work. Broken bands and pieces falling out.

Woody chronicles

The order process was quite easy. The people at WoodyWudy are exceptional business professionals.
Please remember I haven't even seen the flooring. It's being stored on my home in Myrtle Beach waiting for me to arrive in June. Once I get there I will have it installed. That being said, I will be able to give a better review.

Palm nailer

Great tool arrived on time very happy often cranky contractor

House is being worked on at this time. Item purchased won’t be used until completion of work. Not able to give review at this time. This is the second report .

Power palm!

Awesome tool! Takes a little practice and I’d recommend pre drilling a little pin hole where your gonna nail. Just enough to get started without having to use too much force and bend L Cleat. I was using 1 & 3/4 cleats so maybe wouldn’t have to pre drill if using 1&1/2