From the relatively low prices of bamboo can be a good choice to replace wood that cost more expensive and scarce.
Bamboo also has the same power with wood, if treated with proper preservation methods.
Bamboo also does not require fertile land to grow and does not require treatment difficult, so bamboo can become additional income for the owners of unproductive land.
People use bamboo in Indonesia have long been of them for building houses, Walls, Floors, Furniture, Furniture, Appliance agriculture, Crafts, Musical instruments, and kitchen equipment.
Bamboo can be categorized as a renewable source of building materials because bamboo can be harvested in just 3-5 years compared with the fastest hardwood harvest age for 5-6 years and for a good quality wood such as teak takes 20-50 years to be harvested .
Bamboo preservation techniques are well known by the ancestor of the premises for a long time, with a simple method of bamboo preservation sufficiently soaked in water flowing or stagnant water, and until recently many developing preservation methods, such as by vacuum press or with other chemicals, so the bamboo harvested and processed correctly can be compared with the durability of hardwood with harvest age 20-50 years.
Even some studies say that the bamboo is processed with both premises can match the strength of steel.
In terms of characteristics, bamboo has a dense fiber that can support heavy loads, as well as having high artistic value of the segments of the books he owned.
With a few finishing touches of bamboo can be ineterior the artistic as well as being a craft product that is quite beautiful.