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We supply many different types of bamboo poles and timber with different sizes. Bamboo timber is the term given to larger sized bamboo poles that could replace wood timber.

Moso bamboo poles make up most of our bamboo poles with 3" diameter and up.  We also carry Black bamboo poles, Iron bamboo or Calcutta Bamboo, and Chinese Bamboo poles. Bamboo poles are strong and flexible, and can be used in many different ways that could replace wood or even steel.

Bamboo poles are considered to be ecologically sustainable building material because it is rapidly renewable, and the green masses of the bamboo plantation helps to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to reduce global warming.


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