How it's made
Bamboo stalks are crushed into fibers or “strands”. The natural strands are infused with a dense adhesive that is free from added urea-formaldehyde and harmful VOC’s. These strands are then cold pressed into long “railroad tie” blocks, carefully kiln dried and then conditioned over several months to ensure ultimate stability. These long blocks are then precision milled into veneers and conditioned again to meet the various demands of North American climates. The construction features a proprietary cross-grain engineered bamboo core to diminish unwanted expansion and contraction with a top and bottom layer of strandwoven bamboo for impeccable balance. This dynamic and proprietary construction provides the most stable platform in the flooring industry while still maintaining the status as a 100% rapidly renewable resource.