Basically, this eco-friendly type of flooring mainly originates in China, Japan and other portions of Asia. Bamboos have always been an attractive decorative piece that can be used indoors and outdoors. But before they come out in the stores, manufacturers first separate the bamboo fibers and then thoroughly rinsed them to remove the sugar content and other unnecessary debris. They will then be crafted into hard boards and ultimately sold in the market. Various colors are also available for homeowners to choose from.
Solid type is composed entirely of cali bamboo geowood. Initially, the stalk of the plant is separated into even segments and refined and eventually hard pressed into flooring boards. Solid bamboo flooring is available in all-natural or carbonized and horizontal or vertical strand, and or stained floors. This also looks like solid hardwood, but the major difference is it expands and contracts less.