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Bamboo Flooring for condo

Posted by tlc1994 (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 21, 11 at 11:16

Need some advice...

We live in a 1st floor condo on a concrete slab. We want to put down bamboo flooring - quick-lock/floating. Will also have radiant heat underneath the flooring.

Any recommendations for a DIYer? Does anyone have experience/opinions of any of these:

1. BamLoc (Mr. Bamboo flooring)
2. Home Legends (Home Depot) Strand Woven "Toast" Click Lock Bamboo Flooring
3. Teragren Natural Textures "New Country"

I'm also concerned about the off-gases/fumes.

If you have any other recommendations - please let me know!


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RE: Bamboo Flooring for condo

Just wanted to post this again. We still haven't made a decision on our flooring yet. Can anyone offer some assistance?

Will carpet provide better insulation against the cold? We're headed into a cold, midwest winter and don't want to regret putting in a floating bamboo floor.


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