How to lay a bamboo floor

rossp3313
Asked Oct 01, 2010
Bamboo floors can be floating floors or standard plank flooring and each manufacturer has nuances that apply to their product. It isn't difficult but appying a technique not intended for that product can be an expensive mistake.
It's best to read the information that came with your product and follow that procedure. Having the right tools is critical.
Rob
Answered Oct 02, 2010
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Maydi
Answered Dec 05, 2013
It may be hard to believe, but bamboo is now being used as a replacement for hardwood flooring. Bamboo floors can be installed above or below grade as well as on top of wood or concrete. Not only are bamboo floors versatile and attractive, they're environmentally friendly. Bamboo is actually a grass that grows to maturity in less than five years and the same plant can be harvested repeatedly without damaging the mother plant. Hardwood, on the other hand, takes 20 to 25 years to grow to maturity and once a tree is cut down, it's gone forever. Bamboo flooring is available in a wide range of formats. Boards that are installed just like hardwood or as manufactured planks similar to a laminate floor, which are installed by either gluing them together or creating an interlocking floating floor.If you are interested to find the information about this topic you must have a look at this website you will find all the answers of your question here. http://www.aurorapoolsandspas.com/category/9/tanning_beds.html
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Answered Dec 19, 2013
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earmark01
Answered Jan 03, 2014
There are several things to consider before you begin to install bamboo flooring. Careful preparation before beginning will make installing your bamboo floor a quick and easy process. Ensure that your sub-floor is flat and smooth. Take extra care when installing bamboo flooring over radiant heating. Ensure that you read both the bamboo flooring and radiant heat system instructions carefully before beginning. Read your bamboo flooring manufacturer’s installation instructions carefully. Allow your bamboo flooring to acclimate in the room where it will be installed for a minimum of 72 hours. Inspect each bamboo flooring panel carefully for defects or damage before installing it. Always use a tapping block and never hit bamboo flooring directly to avoid fracturing the flooring edge. A piece of flooring trim makes a good tapping block. Add at least 5% to your square footage when ordering to allow for waste and cuts

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jerryjgordan
Answered Dec 29, 2015
Verion Floors has the very best flooring in hardwood, engineered, antique, maple, red oak, designer, alpine, berkshire, finished or unfinished wood, laminate, etc. from the top brands at the most affordable prices. Call 1-800-674-8088 for best flooring options.
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verionfloors
Answered Jan 13, 2018
Edited Jan 13, 2018

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