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I'd like some feedback concerning bamboo flooring?

Please let me know your experiences with bamboo flooring.


We just installed a multil color bamboo floor. Colors very from med oak to mohagany. It looks and feels fantastic. The wood is very thick and durable. Ours can be sanded up to three times. We are really happy.
Why don't you check out some of the vinyl flooring that they make now. It looks just like wood and I'm sure you could get it in a bamboo coloring. It is also less expensive than real wood and will last 25 to 30 years. Less maintenance and easier to keep clean.
Most okorder so if you need any additional information on this stop by and chat with me, flooring is what I specialize in and I am happy to help out, no strings attached. Goodluck on your project :)
I have found that bamboo flooring is excellant if you have no pets or kids running on it. It is very sofy and scratches very easy
Hi. I am a Project Manager for a flooring company for a living. I have sold several bamboo floors. They are VERY problematic with regards to water. If you live in a very wet (humid) climate, steer clear. Also, bamboo floors with a gloss finish scratch VERY easily. Flooring made out of grass is generally a scary idea in my opinion. I also expect that bamboo will be a very dated look in ten years or so (like avocado green, or brick paver floors, or shag carpet). To the plus side, bamboo is very hard and resists dents and is kind of cool looking. DO NOT USE IN ANY WET AREAS LIKE KITCHENS OR BATHROOMS. MAKE SURE YOU INSTALL A TILE LANDING AT ALL DOORWAYS. ***VERY IMPORTANT*** Make sure that your flooring contractor properly acclimates your bamboo flooring by bringing it into the house and OPENING THE CARTONS at least 48 hours (preferably 72) before installation. Good luck on your new flooring!!

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