Bamboo flooring is an eco-friendly wood flooring option that offers a unique look, durability, accepts stain like hardwood, and presents a modern look. Installation costs for bamboo flooring range between $1,500-$15,000 with a national average of $6,000, which calculates to $5-$15 per square foot, including labor and materials. Factors that impact installation cost include the size of the area to be finished; the type and qualify of bamboo used; the brand of flooring; labor; subfloor installation, preparation, and removal of existing flooring; adding baseboard and trim; and finishing and staining the new floor.
There are several types of bamboo flooring to select from, including engineered bamboo flooring, horizontal bamboo flooring, vertical bamboo flooring, and stand-woven bamboo flooring – each having a unique look and qualities. The benefits of using bamboo flooring are many, including ease of installation, durability, it’s low maintenance, and it’s moisture, mold, and mildew resistant.
Learn about the benefits of bamboo flooring and factors that could impact the project cost.