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1) Installation method: The planks click together at a 45 degree angle on the length side (see figure B). Note, that a tapping block and mallet may be used for a tighter fit along the lengths of planks. Do not excess force, as this may damage the tongue and groove. Connecting the short ends together must be done using a tapping block and mallet – tapping the tongue into the groove (see figure C and D), when stalling the last plank in a row, it may be necessary to use a pull bar. Place the pull bar between the wall and the laminate and gently tap on the lip on top. Be sure that the tongue and grooves are secured tightly together. 

2) Measure the room to establish its squareness and the width of the last row. If the width of the last row is less than 50MM, not including the bottom lip of the groove, the fist row will have to be cut accordingly. The tongue on the first row of planks and the bottom lip of the groove side on the last row of the planks should also be removed. Use T-MOULDING if the floor is wider or longer than 10MM. 

3) Irregular wall along the first row of planks – scribe the planks to fill the wall and cut. 

4) To start your first row, snap a chalk in parallel to your starting wall (usually the longest run). If the wall is not parallel, adjust the chalk line to compensate at this time. Begin installation in the top left hand corner of the room, with the tongue side against the starting wall. Always place a 10-15mm spacer between the wall or any fixed object (door frame, fireplace mantle, etc) And the plank on either side of each joint and at the far ends of each plank. 

5) The first and last plank in a row must be at least 300mm long. Measure the first row before installing. To avoid ending the row with a plank of less than 300mm long, use new planks, cutting it so it is at least 300mm away from the joint of the first plank on the first row. Always remove the bottom lip of the groove and the tongue from the ends of the planks against the walls. 

6) Continue laying down the floor from left to right. For a stronger and more natural looking floor, make sure to stagger the joints in each row by at least 200mm. Remove the spacers and install mouldings and quarter rounds to cover the expansion gap. Never nail the mouldings to the bamboo floor 



a).Keep the floor clean. Wipe with soft wet rag or mop for usual care. 

b).Keep the floor free of water. When splashed with water, dry it in time. 

c).Fit furniture legs with soft mat to avoid scrating. 

d).Use mats in the entrance of door to keep dirt or sand outside. 

e).Avoid scratching by hand objects or high-heeled shoes. 

f).Open outside windows or doors when convenient to allow for the on going  

   acclimatization of your bamboo floor. 


Why use bamboo?

1)Available in a wide variety of styles,colors and finishes

2)Eco-friendly and sustainable flooring material

3)Harder and durable than most hardwood flooring

4)Can be install over almost any room

5)Cheaper with underfloor heating

6)Low VOC,no added urea formaldehyde


Why use Sunhouse bamboo?

1)Quality Certificate:CE,Floor score,ISO9001,Carb II

2)Advanced production technology,guaranteed to maximize product performance and


3)The price is cheaper than others because Our factory is located bamboo mountain

4)Density is the highest which bamboo is growth in the northern of china


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