Bamboo Hardwoods has entered into a distribution agreement with Bishop Distributing as a new bamboo flooring distributor partner. Bishop Distributing is a full-line, floor covering distributor servicing retailers in Michigan, Indiana and western Ohio.

“Bishop is well-known for representing top-quality flooring products  and an already-established commercial and residential customer base seeking bamboo flooring so this partnership is an ideal fit,” said David Keegan, COO of Bamboo Hardwoods. “They’re also very active within the architecture and design community where bamboo is a great choice—so this partnership will greatly benefit both parties for years to come.”

Headquartered in Grand Rapids, Mich., Bishop serves its customers with over 49,000 square-feet of warehouse space. Bishop has been in the flooring industry for over 50 years with a sales team that has more than 200 years of combined sales and service experience, according to the company. Bishop will exclusively represent the entire Bamboo Hardwoods' flooring product line of transitions, engineered and solid bamboo flooring options.

“We see bamboo flooring as a growing segment of the wood market, so we’re looking forward to now offering top-quality Bamboo Hardwoods branded products toward our customer base,” said Rudy Coipel, vice president of sales and marketing for Bishop Distributing. “Bamboo Hardwoods’ pedigree of providing a high-quality brand of bamboo flooring as a trusted manufacturer that proudly stands behind their products is something our retailers greatly value…and their customers are sure to love.”

According to Keegan, Bamboo Hardwoods is known for quality bamboo products for over a decade, offering a vast selection of colors and styles, with a large assortment of matching accessories and transition pieces to complement a wide array of residential and commercial décor styles—including engineered flooring featuring strand-woven construction—where strips of bamboo are coated with resin, and then compressed under one hundred thousand tons pressure producing a very dense floor that is least-likely to dent, measuring over 3,000 on the Janka Hardness Scale.

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