For Better or For Worse: The Price versus Quality Dilemma

Article Written by : Viv Artificial Grass

Hardwood trees take anywhere in between 30 to 50 years to mature before it should be harvested for timber. Once harvested, these should be replanted with new seedlings and allowed to mature once again for another 30 to 50 years. Bamboo on the other hand requires only 5 to 7 years to mature and can be harvested from the same stalk over and over again. This saves time, and money for those who harvest timber and can produce as much as 20% more products. It is clear why the bamboo flooring industry is growing at an exponential rate.

                Due to the increasing demand for bamboo flooring, various suppliers have come into the market with different quality bamboo products at different price ranges. Whether you need low quality bamboo in wholesale or durable high end bamboo is all part of the decision making process. Consumers who are aiming for durable floorings to last them a lifetime while keeping its beauty should opt for engineered bamboo flooring, while those consumers who are on a budget and simply want a short term solution for their homes or other investment properties may opt for wholesale bamboo flooring at big discounts.

                Like all other household materials found in the market these days, there will always be different kinds based on their quality and price in the market. Decisions made by the consumers should be done with their ultimate goal in mind, whether it is something they want to last them years or something short term.

When making a purchase, it is important to check the background of your bamboo flooring suppliers to determine if their products are of good quality, or simply for wholesale purposes.