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clearistiberas 14 80 September 27, 2016 at 03:34 AM in Home & Home Improvement (6) More Home Depot Deals
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from $1.50/Sq Ft

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Promoted 09-27-2016 by Corwin at 10:22 PM View Original Post
Home Depot has select Home Decorators Collection Strand Woven Bamboo Flooring priced from $1.49 per Square Foot. The flooring comes in Cases priced from $38.37. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup. Thanks clearistiberas

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Written by Corwin

Prices are valid 09/27/2016 only.

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Thanks! I've had a sample of the hand scraped walnut sitting on my coffee table for a few weeks. I had planned to get the cheaper, engineered version, but I'll definitely take the better quality version for less money. Bought 15 boxes!
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Laid 100sq ft down in my office a few weeks back. Very easy clickable solution. I bought the "premium" padding for an extra 100 bucks and needed two transition strips. Be sure to add all that into the price per sq ft when you do the math. Transition strips are expensive.

Overall looks great and seems quite durable in the few weeks (only time will tell).
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was going to buy pergo laminate but get instead for 3 bedroom, hope they are good. for 1.49 per sq I am willing to take risk
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I'd have to see this stuff in person, but I'd watch out. Bamboo is not like other hardwoods as it is a grass , and while a 4000 janka rating is true for a mature stalk, bamboo harvested early is not strong at all. So just take your fingernail to this stuff and if you can dent it with your fingernail, I wouldnt buy it. Also what does HDF stand for here? It appears to be a solid wood in the picture, the description says engineered , but HDF in the flooring industry usually refers to laminate - High density fiberboard. Id hate to see someone actually glue this down only to have it get wet, turn to garbage , and cost days of labor to have it removed. Also buying laminate pad from a local dealer will always be cheaper than lowes or home depot. A local flooring supply would be even better.
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Not bad.
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good quality bamboo will last a long time. I installed Plyboo bamboo flooring 9 years ago and the stuff still looks brand new.

At the time, I must have ordered bamboo flooring samples from 12 different companies ranging from $2 per sq. ft. to over $9. I put them through scrape , dent tests and even left them submerged them in water for days. Some would dent and scratch from dropping a set of keys at waist height, others would absorb water and expand.

One thing is for sure. Not all bamboo flooring is good to put down.
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Installed bamboo 10 years ago and it's held up really well. My 90lbs dog has scratched it up with his nails, but I like the look. Looks like a dojo floor. :-)

I went with the horizon cut, which does scratch more easily than I'd prefer. Strand woven is the best option. That stuff is like concrete. Very difficult to scratch.
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This flooring is now very popular, Great !!
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installed this exact stuff on my downstairs floor a few years ago. looks great, strand woven means super durable unlike regular bamboo flooring. this is a great buy.
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Where are you seeing this pricing? First link shows $2.99/sqf. for me.
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Quote from IchibahnSLC View Post :
Where are you seeing this pricing? First link shows $2.99/sqf. for me.
Same here. How did you get the 1.50?
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I've always wondered, how can you tell what thickness you need on flooring like this?
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