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Bamboo Flooring

Installation

Bamboo floors are an environmentally sustainable alternative to timber. They are perfect for modern or traditional interiors and are easy to maintain.

Step 1:

Prepare a plywood subfloor ensure that you nail any loose areas so they do not squeak or move out of place. Leave a 10mm gap between the floors and the walls to make room for expansion of the floors.

Step 2:

Sweep and clean the subfloor and check to make sure that it is leveled properly.

Step 3:

Secure the first row of bamboo floors and once you have the first row secured, continue building up the rows using nails or glue.

Step 4:

Lay the floors in whatever pattern matches your style.

Essential Care

  1. Vacuum or sweep the floors regularly to remove dirt and sand from it. Do not use water or cleaning agents to clean your floors as they can damage it.
  2. Shield your floors from sunlight by pulling the drapes or blinds or using UV ray protectors on your windows.
  3. Avoid walking in stiletto heels on the floor and sliding heavy furniture across the floors as they can cause unwanted scratches.
  4. Do not place electronics directly on the floor as the heat that is generated from these devices can damage your floors over time.
  5. Make sure to trim your pet’s nails to avoid any scratches on the floors when they move around the house.

Facts

  1. Bamboo floors are less susceptible to water damage than most hardwood floors.
  2. While hardwood floors take 60 years to mature, bamboo stalks only take 5 – 7 years to reach full potential.
  3. Pandas won’t go hungry because of the vast usage of bamboo floors, as the species used for bamboo flooring is Moso, the type that pandas do not eat.

Warranties

All our bamboo floors come with warranties directly from the manufacturers. Please contact us for any questions you have about the warranty of your flooring before purchasing it.