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The Top 10 Reasons Why Bamboo can Save the Planet

By now, nearly everyone knows that we are depleting the natural resources of the only home that we have at a rate that is well past sustainable. To some extent, we have become inured to alarming reports and ominous warnings about our wasteful ways. Media outlets yammer away about Overpopulation, Global Warming and Deforestation and […]

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Why Buy and Use Bamboo Products?

Bamboo is one of the most eco-friendly building materials there is—it’s sturdy and solid, yet it grows extremely fast and is therefore rapidly renewable.(Hint hint: that means it’s often cheap to buy, too) Plus, it has a stark, elegance that will likely blend into the decor of your home. So it’s really no wonder we’re […]

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19 Interesting & Sustainable Uses For Bamboo

Humanity’s relationship with bamboo is extensive, stretching across a myriad of cultures and spanning thousands of years. Its uses have evolved over time, and even in the 21st century this grass—considered a symbol of fertility in Chinese culture and a symbol of friendship in India—has been utilized in a multitude of ways that might seem […]

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Modern Eco-friendly Home Design: Use Bamboo

When it comes to decking, strand-woven bamboo is regarded by many as the only sustainable hardwood these days. With a fantastic reputation in terms of its environmental impact, bamboo decking offers us a lot more than just a clear conscience.  Bamboo produces a very attractive deck board – with its naturally rich and dark colouration, […]

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Why Build With Bamboo?

Tour bamboo living homes in Hawaii, walk through a bamboo forest, 3 reasons for choosing a bamboo house, see models, styles, finishes, hear what homeowners say. Bamboo is a type of grass that grows without much need for irrigation or fertilizer.  Bamboo has hundreds of uses and its fibre can even be made into high […]

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