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1. What is bamboo flooring?

Given that bamboo is actually grass, as one of the fastest growing plants in the world, the technology of flooring is different and at the same time unique in comparison with woodworking technology. With original bamboo flooring production equipment, bamboo raw materials are recycled into separate bamboo strips, which, depending on the type of bamboo floor, use a separate technology to produce solid, three layers or multilayer bamboo floorboards with different types of finishes and different flooring designs.

2. How are bamboo flooring produced? After removing the bamboo crop, the outer layer (green "skin") is removed, and each stalk is cut along the strips, resulting in the so-called "fillet". The bamboo "fillet" is rounded off along its outer edges to be folded, bundled into separate bundles in such a way. Further drying process. It is important that all waste is not emitted during the raw material preparation process, and, on the contrary, the production of other types of bamboo flooring, so-called "treated bamboo floor", is used to save nature and preserve ecology. Folded bamboo strips are dried with bundles to remove natural moisture from the bamboo and boil. After this stage of production, the bamboo strips become ready for bonding, from which solid and especially durable panels are made suitable for floor coverings. During the final production - pressing process - the bamboo gets extraordinary durability, thus preparing the finishing touches and design. In order to facilitate the bamboo floor laying as much as possible, the elements of the tongue / grooving or the lock system respectively are made.
3.What is the difference between horizontal and vertical bamboo flooring? The only difference between horizontal and vertical bamboo floor boards is their appearance. The direction of the horizontal strand is according to the width of the table, as the bamboo strips before the gluing are suspended in their plane. Unlike horizontal fiber boards, vertical fiber boards are manufactured before sanding bamboo strips on the side so that the fiber strips in the table become much narrower.
4. What are the differences between a natural and carbonated bamboo? Typically, two bamboo floor colors are distinguished in the description of the bamboo floor: natural and darkened, otherwise called carbonised. Natural bamboo is a light yellow, amber color, giving its appearance the luminance of the interior. The carbonated bamboo, unlike the natural bamboo color, is characterized by a smoky caramel shade that is obtained by converting remaining bamboo starches into caramel during a longer cooking process. It is important to note that when comparing the vertical and horizontal structure of the bamboo floor, the natural bamboo is a bit tighter than a carbonated bamboo, but with its ruggedness to the treated bamboo (solid) bamboo floor. The color of this type of floor does not completely affect their durability or firmness. In order to offer a wider choice of products for today's market, besides the two basic bamboo floor colors, bamboo flooring can also be treated with other colors, with the help of varnish, oil or combined natural and carbonated bamboo colors.
5. Why bamboo flooring is an environmentally responsible choice? One of the key factors determining the attractiveness of bamboo flooring is environmental and environmental friendliness. Harvesting each individual bamboo plant does not harm the environment while remaining one of the fastest growing plants in the world. In addition, the production process results in a very low amount of material waste, which is maximally consumed in floor production. Maybe in the floor manufacturing industry, bamboo flooring is presented as a renewable and extremely sustainable resource for the production of floor coverings.
6. What type of glue is used during the lamination process? High-quality "Dynea" glue produced in Norway with an emission level of 0.038 mg / l is used, while the requirement is less than 1.5mg / l. This does not exceed the European construction standard E1 requirements.
7. Are bamboo flooring resistant to scratches, folds or other minor floor damage? Bamboo floor scratch resistance and other damage are different levels. It depends on the type of bamboo floor you choose. The natural and carbonised floors of the vertical and horizontal structures are a sufficiently elastic product that, like any wooden floor, will be scratched if you do not protect it. Depending on the customers' need for a durable hardwood floor, we exclusively offer only treated bamboo flooring. The bamboo flooring of treated bamboo, besides its own individual structure, also has a scratch-resistant layer. It is a special finish layer, added to increase the surface resistance to scratches, curls, etc. Minimum violations. However, this does not mean that it is not necessary to store and maintain this type of bamboo floor. Our floors should be cleaned and maintained as carefully as any other floor.
8. Is it possible to update the bamboo floor? Depending on the type of bamboo floor. Only bamboo flooring can be refurbished from 1 to 3 times. The treated bamboo floor (solid), depending on the thickness of the board and the laying of the floor, can be upgraded up to 3 times. The treated three-layer bamboo boards can only be refreshed 1 time due to the small, upper-processed bamboo fiber.
9. How are bamboo flooring mounted? Bamboo flooring, as well as traditional hardwood flooring, can be laid out in a "floating" way, as well as applying the floor to the beds or simply laying the floor to the base. The latter is recommended as the best way to prevent floor instability, for better indoor sound insulation or simply resistance. Higher environmental fluctuations.
10. Should I use wax for bamboo flooring? Never use wax or other chemical products for bamboo floor surfaces. Different types of bamboo floor will be better off and shiny if they are sprayed and cleaned with a cloth for the floor.
11. Does bamboo flooring expand, "walk"? Bamboo flooring is stable for expansion and shrinkage from excessive or insufficient moisture. However, good practice shows that the expansion gap (at least 10mm) is nevertheless needed.
12. Are treated bamboo flooring suitable for floor heating? Suitable for its extremely high thermal conductivity. Relative humidity is recommended to maintain between 40-60%. If the relative humidity is lower, we recommend using air humidifiers. When the heating is switched on, as with all wooden floors, the surface of the bamboo floor surface must not exceed 27 ° C.
13. Is it possible to install a bamboo floor in the kitchen? Yes, all of our bamboo flooring is very versatile and can be fitted in the kitchen. Bamboo flooring is very stable and durable, so it is resistant to slight fluctuations in temperature and humidity, which is likely in a room like a kitchen.
14. What does "durability" and "stability" mean? Longevity refers to the actual hardness of the wood and resistance to bumps and scratches. Bamboo has the same hardness as hard maple, which is the standard benchmark in the flooring industry. Stability is associated with natural expansion and shrinkage under different climatic conditions. Bamboo is 25proc. More stable than red oak.

 

 
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