We always get asked the difference between vertical and horizontal bamboo flooring. The answer is that they are very similar in strength, durability and sustainability, but they look quite different. This is due to how they are made. To find out more about the differences between them, have a read through: What is the difference between horizontal and vertical bamboo flooring?
Vertical bamboo flooring
Vertical bamboo flooring has a narrow grain pattern. This is because the thin strips of bamboo have been glued together vertically.
It is available in carbonised and natural colours:
Horizontal bamboo flooring
Horizontal bamboo flooring has a much wider grain pattern which shows more of the distinctive bamboo grain and knots. This is because the thin strips of bamboo have been glued together horizontally.
It is also available in carbonised and natural colours:
The similarities between the two:
• Both are comparable strength to oak flooring.
• The planks have a tongue and grove fitting system.
• You have the choice of floating over an underlay or fixing down.
• Both have satin matt lacquer added to the surface.
• Available in natural or carbonised colours.
• Easy to clean and look after.
• Sustainable and eco-friendly flooring.
• Both are made from solid bamboo.
• Vegan certified.
• Matching bamboo flooring accessories available for both.
• Order your free samples here!