Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 17:44:54 PM. . By Ailani Pfeiffer.
Bamboo. Bamboo, it’s renewable, it’s beautiful and it’s Earth-friendly, pretty much music to the ears. It’s been said some early versions of the material were known to have shrinkage issues, but it’s gotten better over the years and hasn’t recently been a problem. Bamboo is great for homeowners who want to create a kitchen that’s cutting-edge and can appreciate a floor with style and durability.
Solid Hardwood Drawbacks. While solids are more durable and easier to repair, they are more susceptible to dents and dings. In fact, even if you drop a heavy object or a small weight, you could easily damage your floor. Additionally, just like laminate, if the floor remains wet for a period of time, it can swell and expand, causing very ugly gaps. As a result, solid hardwood is not recommended for a bathroom, basement or laundry room. Since the planks are made from 100% wood, solid hardwood is more expensive than the other two options. However, the higher price tag does bring a glossy and beautiful finish.
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