In 1994, Teragren pioneered the bamboo building materials industry in the United States. Manufacturing furniture-grade bamboo Panels and Veneer, as well as traditional and strand bamboo flooring and matching Accessories, Teragren can guarantee the quality of its products through direct control over a vertical supply chain. All Teragren products undergo independent quality testing on a regular basis, and are designed to last for generations. Teragren is recognized as a sustainable business category leader— named by Inc. Magazine as one of “The Green 50” companies setting the standard for environmentally friendly business, and one of the “Top Ten Greentrepreneurs” by Seattle Metropolitan Magazine. All Teragren bamboo products contribute to certification under the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® rating system in one or more categories, as well as meet stringent indoor air quality standards. Testing and Certification information is available on their website. (www.teragren.com)

Services Provided
Hardwood Flooring, Bamboo Countertops, Hardwood Architectural Panels, Bamboo Veneer

Areas Served
Distribution throughout North America. Select international markets. For more information call 800-929-6333.
Location: 12715 Miller Rd Ne, Suite 301
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Commented: What color of bamboo is this? Looks great! Hi Eloura - That is our PureForm bamboo flooring from our Signature Colors collection in Cherry: http://teragren.com/products_flooring_sig_colors.html
February 4, 2013 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Galley Kitchen; can I lay full 1/2 inch Bamboo parallel to the floor joists? Hi Osinga - We do not recommend tar paper with this product. We recommend an asphalt laminated kraft paper conforming to the specification “UU-B-790a, Grade B, Type 1, Style 1a permeable vapor retarder...
December 7, 2012 in Design Dilemma  
Commented: Which wood floor would look best? You might also look at bamboo flooring options. They come in a variety of colors and are often harder and more durable than traditional hardwoods. Perhaps a wide long-plank option to anchor the larger...
June 27, 2012 in Design Dilemma  
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