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Home Depot has select Home Decorators Collection Strand Woven Bamboo Flooring priced from $1.59 per Square Foot. The flooring comes in Cases priced from $40.94. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup. Thanks brisar

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I actually own this stuff for a game room. For the price honestly it can't be beat. Grab a sample of the strand woven stuff. It will hold up to the key test. I have a very hyper golden retriever and he hasn't been able to scratch it at all despite several scooby doo run attempts.
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Great price for bamboo flooring, but read the reviews about its durability. This is cheaper bamboo (obviously) and is NOT scratchproof. I have some samples of extremely durable bamboo from a seller in California that I can't even scratch with a set of keys, but it's also $7/sq ft.
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Great price for bamboo flooring, but read the reviews about its durability. This is cheaper bamboo (obviously) and is NOT scratchproof. I have some samples of extremely durable bamboo from a seller in California that I can't even scratch with a set of keys, but it's also $7/sq ft.
I actually own this stuff for a game room. For the price honestly it can't be beat. Grab a sample of the strand woven stuff. It will hold up to the key test. I have a very hyper golden retriever and he hasn't been able to scratch it at all despite several scooby doo run attempts.
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Great price for bamboo flooring, but read the reviews about its durability. This is cheaper bamboo (obviously) and is NOT scratchproof. I have some samples of extremely durable bamboo from a seller in California that I can't even scratch with a set of keys, but it's also $7/sq ft.

Is it "Fossilized" Cali Bamboo?
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http://www.homedepot.com/p/Home-D...=205112494

Bamboo Flooring $1.59 SQ FT + Free Shipping via HomeDepot.com. $40.94 /case.

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Is there a way to install this on top of a concrete basement floor to avoid moisture issues, or is this the wrong product to be looking at all together?
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Is there a way to install this on top of a concrete basement floor to avoid moisture issues, or is this the wrong product to be looking at all together?
You can install over concrete subfloor. To do so you will need to install as a floating floor with a moister barrier. They sell moister barrier with sound dampening for around $0.50 a sq ft at Home Depot.
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Is there a way to install this on top of a concrete basement floor to avoid moisture issues, or is this the wrong product to be looking at all together?
They make a product that would go under the floor, This is an example [menards.com] from menards, not sure why i didn't search HD. it doesn't list wood flooring, and i'm not sure why, maybe people don't put wood flooring in basements because of the cost.
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What padding would you recommend for this flooring? I think I am gonna pull the trigger, great price!
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Is there a way to install this on top of a concrete basement floor to avoid moisture issues, or is this the wrong product to be looking at all together?
When you get water in your basement, and if you have a basement you will at some point, you want a non-porous material. Ideally it would be something you could remove and reinstall if it was not waste water. Bottom line, don't install something you won't be willing to replace, potentially multiple times.
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When you get water in your basement, and if you have a basement you will at some point, you want a non-porous material. Ideally it would be something you could remove and reinstall if it was not waste water. Bottom line, don't install something you won't be willing to replace, potentially multiple times.

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I need wood flooring but am always confused by the thickness as I am not surr what thickness is needed.
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Thanks for the info guys, I'm thinking of installing it in a laundry room, probably only about 120ft^2, so I'm not looking at a huge investment if it doesn't work out.
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