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Bamboo Flooring Information Aberdeen SD

Bamboo offers durability, great style, and simply costs less than typical wood. Now you can price it competitively against carpet.

Markos Floor Covering
(605) 225-2736
205 9th Ave Se
Aberdeen, SD
 
Madera Floors Incorporated
(605) 334-1840
211 S Saint Paul Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Beauti Faux Finishes
(605) 368-2800
27294 Kenworth Pl
Harrisburg, SD
 
Cm Flooring
(605) 431-1631
1008 Howard St
Rapid City, SD
 
Kens Carpet and Decorating Blackhawk Warehouse
(605) 787-6136
6459 N Highway 79
Black Hawk, SD
 
Finnesand Nick
(605) 225-5481
501 1st Ave Se
Aberdeen, SD
 
Dakota Acoustical Tile Company Incorporated
(605) 348-5817
121 Kansas City St
Rapid City, SD
 
Elliott & Andersen Floor Covering
(605) 336-3394
812 S Cliff Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Dunlap Professional Paint Services & Hardwood Floor Refinishing & Installation
(605) 693-4409
47654 218th St
Aurora, SD
 
Mg Tileworks Mark Grosz
(605) 334-7972
2849 E Old Orchard Trl
Sioux Falls, SD
 

Bamboo Flooring Information

Bamboo Floors

Bamboo Floors
Spend $525 now andSAVE $105 each year...ROI = 20%

Highlights

Renewable flooring materials like Bamboo cost less than hardwood and look great. Bamboo grows significantly faster than hard wood so it is sustainable. Some bamboos grow to over 60 feet in just 6 months.

Vertically oriented 'carbonized' 5/8 bamboo tongue and groove with pre-urethane top coat performs very well and looks terrific. Note that when comparing prices against hard wood, American oak is often cured longer and has less potential to buckle than cheaper imports that cost less than $5 / sq. ft. Bamboo costs about $3.50 / sq. ft. so the immediate savings on a 300 sq.ft. room (20' x 15' ) is about $450.

Consider bamboo for guest rooms, dens, home offices, or play rooms. You have many styles to choose from, but the vertical oriented system may wear better over time than the horizontal. The 'carbonized' finish is darker than the blonde finsh and it looks more like hardwood, and pre-finished boards with multiple coats of urethane will save on installation.

Also consider using bamboo instead of carpet. Installed carpet ranges from $1.25 to $2.50 per sq. ft. but you have to clean it and potentially replace it every 5 to 10 years depending on the wear.

The savings is immediate relative to wood, but the ROI Calculation is based on offsetting carpet at an average of $1.75 / sq. ft. for two 300 sq. ft. rooms with the need for a carpet replacement within 10 years.

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