Major Brand 3/8" x 3-1/4" Natural Click Strand Bamboo
Morning Star Bamboo Flooring is one of the best bamboo floors on the market today. It is produced from old growth bamboo reeds that are at least 4 years old, thereby increasing hardness. Morning Star Bamboo Flooring creates a naturally beautiful and ecologically friendly product that evokes a feeling of luxury.
Natural: Bamboo in its natural, unstained state.
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, all Morning Star strand bamboo products are finished with premium coating and backed by a 30 year warranty.
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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QUALITY GUARANTEE: This flooring is constructed and tested to meet or exceed industry standards for emissions.
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Q:How thick is the bamboo wear layer on this product?
A:3/8" x 3-1/4" Prefinished Solid Natural Clic Strand Bamboo Flooring. Thank you for your inquiry
Q:Is the stranded bamboo flooring better for below grade than standard bamboo? I am looking for flooring with engineered type moisture resistance for use as wall paneling on a large boat. Is stranded bamboo capable to handle the inevitable encounters with water on my boat?
A:Bamboo is not recommended for moist areas anywhere. Marine grade teak is generally used on boats. I recommend you contact a boat/yacht builder for their expert opinion.