Major Brand 3/8" x 3-3/4" Jinhua Click Strand Bamboo
Twice as hard as oak, strand bamboo is an optimal choice for busy homes when durability is needed to stand up to the wear and tear of family foot traffic, active kids and even pets.
To make strand bamboo, shredded bamboo fibers are compressed under extreme heat and pressure. This manufacturing process yields flooring that is even harder and more dense than traditional bamboo floors. Available in a variety of colors to complement and décor.
And, since bamboo is a naturally sustainable grass that re-grows spontaneously after harvest, you can feel good about making an environmentally friendly flooring decision.
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Installing new flooring. Easy to install. Looks great.
Really nice flooring. I took some time to learn the click system, but it went in well. I used the Morning Star Bamboo adhesive to install over concrete slab. Went together well with very little waste.
The look of this floor is even better than we had anticipated from seeing the rather small sample in the store. The distressed look is great.
Service and delivery comments:
We had the flooring professionally installed by a local contractor due to time constraints. They did recommend using an adhesive, as with this size of click it appeared that it didn't fit together as well as they hoped. Now that the floor is installed using the adhesive... it is amazing. Very well done.
The flooring is much more Rustic looking in person than was on display. The 3 little notices are not really necessarily random and are on evey single piece of wood.
Professional, competent, and delightful to work with.
We just installed this flooring, was easy to click together. Love the "old, worn look". It sweeps up very easy with no fuss even after days of walking over it while installing and covered with sawdust. Made a good sized scratch on it while moving a hutch, got some stain we had on hand and dabbed the spot. It covered it well. There are some minor scratches on it already- after only 3 days, but we just covered them with a sharpie as recommended by the salesman at LL. All in all it looks amazing, cleans up well, and easy to cover scratches. Very pleased with this purchase. Keep in mind if you need transition pieces-at 6.99 a ft, the cost adds up quickly.
Service and delivery comments:
Very pleased with this purchase. Sales people at LL were very courteous and helpful and besides 3 trips to pick up the wood as it became available it was a simple transaction.
It was for my downstairs living area looks great, had no idea I would need baseboards, painting filling entire area where wood was installed. You should know the height of your wood vs the existing materials and allow for a larger base to cover or plan on an extra $400-$500 for painting walls and baseboards. They don't do a great job installing base so hire a great painter to fill nail holes and caulk gaps
I like how the floor looked and the ease of installation. As others have said, be careful of splinters, I also had some damaged boards in the box. You do have to be careful when installing, because the "random" claw marks can make a pattern. My biggest complaint and why I would not recommend this is because of the many fine scratches that easily occur. I have this in my home office, which has little traffic and usually only in socks or slippers. I have carefully used a vacuum on the floor and the wheels of the vacuum scratched the floor. I have an office chair with wheels, using it for about a month, thousand of tiny scratches. So although it may be harder than oak, no deep scratches, the finish scratches of VERY easily. I actually came onto the site to see if I could find some care instructions for these scratches - no luck.
I installed about 1000 sq ft of this product throughout my house and overall it looks pretty good. Unlike other bamboo flooring, this product is made with a different manufacturing process that makes it super durable to impact (I dropped a claw hammer from about 5 ft and no dents or scratches). We were pleased with the product since it is made from a renewable resource and helped keep our home remodel project as green as possible.
The handscraped patterns are predictable and there were deep "claw marks" on almost every board. But if you work from a couple boxes at a time, you can spread out the "claw marks" and make your cuts so they're not too close together.
Major negative - be weary of splinters so use some thick gloves. Also, I had at least 1 or 2 boards from each box that I discarded due to major cosmetic flaws (I believe it was mainly the way the bamboo was pressed together and harsh contrast in stain on the same board).
Product was used in family/dining room of a new home. Used as a floating floor over quiet walk underlayment. Have installed other click style flooring but this went together so easy it made me wonder if it was really connected. Installed over 500 sq feet and had to "coerce" maybe 5 planks. Negatives: I'm not quite sure how scratch resistant the product is yet. Other thing to be aware: add in additional time for install as you WILL get splinters putting this stuff in.