Bamboo hardwood flooring – Bamboo is a natural and ecological material for floors that can add beauty and elegance to any room. Carefully read these instructions to prevent damage to the boards of wood and to ensure that the bamboo floor is suitable for your case. First, finish the other remodeling projects. For best results, finish the other installations and construction projects until you install the bamboo hardwood flooring to avoid damaging it.
Bamboo tables can expand or be deformed if exposed to excessive moisture, so this is especially important for “wet” works involving the use of cement or plaster. Removes all the furniture in the room. Take the furniture now while you still have the old floor to walk on it. You may save this furniture anywhere else for at least 24 hours. If you are going to pour a concrete sub floor new, which it is not necessary for a common bamboo hardwood flooring installation.
Remove carpeting, baseboards and old coatings. Remove any carpet or rug in the room, and, if any, separates the socket which is around the bamboo hardwood flooring. If you placed antique finish, remove it so the wood or concrete sub floor is exposed below. Keep in mind that vinyl and asphalt coatings can contain asbestos, and if it crumbles to the touch you should remove it with equipment and procedures of protection to protect your health and safety.