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Know Green Flooring Options

Bamboo

While considering making the floor from green material, bamboo should probably be used as a primary choice. Some of the high quality bamboos are even stronger than most of the strongest hardwoods.The high quality bamboo flooring can be as strong as maple or oak wood flooring or even stronger. Apart from the associated sturdiness, it also appears to be quite elegant and charming. Unlike the traditional hardwood trees, which used to be harvested after 50-60 years of plantation, bamboo can be harvested after 2-3 years only. This makes it quite an eco-friendly option for being included in the home improvement plans.

Cork

In the traditional days, cork was mainly known as a plug in of the wine bottle rather than a strong building material. However, this is not the case today. Cork flooring has become one of the most popular options mainly due to the eco-friendly nature. Being made from a regenerative bark, cork does not cost any harm to the tree. The tree continues to live and produce cork barks that can be harvested over a period of time and that too without posing any threat to nature.

Sustainably Harvested Hardwood

Now, you must be wondering what actually makes hardwood harvesting ecological? In order to make hardwood sustainable, forests are required to meet the social, ecological, spiritual, economic and cultural needs of the existing as well as future generations. Sustainable wood is harvested in an environmental friendly manner and help in saving the Mother Nature from the possible harm.

So, these are some ideal green flooring options that can be used in the modern day home improvement plans.