Why Bamboo?

//Why Bamboo?
Why Bamboo? 2017-08-03T13:06:52+00:00

Mr. Bamboo harvests the larger bamboo species called “Moso”, at about five years when it reaches full maturity, and the size of bamboo stalks are 4-6” in diameter. This species is not the same as the one that serves as a food supply for pandas, as it is too large for consumption.

Because we focus only on eco-friendly bamboo, we pride ourselves in outstanding service and knowledge on bamboo building products. Mr. Bamboo was established in 1998, and has always acknowledged the value of their customers. This allows Mr. Bamboo to provide the highest caliber of product and service to our customers.

We are committed to preserving the environment, while creating bamboo products of the highest quality and standards.

In addition, it is our desire to improve our world community, through innovations within the changing environment, as well as strengthening sustainability awareness through education about our products.

Sustainability is more than a business for Mr. Bamboo; it’s a necessary way of life.

Why Bamboo?

In a world where we are all thinking more about our environment, and trying to go green, bamboo is an excellent choice for those concerned about the world that their children and grandchildren will grow up in.

Bamboo is an eco-friendly, rapid, renewable resource because it regenerates itself without replanting, and reaches maturity in only five to six years where it can grow to a height of about 80 feet. Although many characteristics of bamboo are similar to those of hardwoods, bamboo is not a wood. It is classified as a grass and is much denser, and therefore stronger than hardwoods.

Unlike Oak trees, which can take up to 90 years to reach full maturity, bamboo takes much less time to grow and is environmentally friendly. There are thousands of bamboo species which grow almost everywhere in the world.By nature, bamboo is hard and durable.

It is a very stable material, because it absorbs less moisture and does not shrink or swell as much as most other hardwood materials.Bamboo had been accepted and used in the U.S. flooring industry.

In Europe and Asia, bamboo has been around for thousands of years. From chopsticks to scaffolding, bamboo has been a reliable resource in many different industries.

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