Click Bamboo Flooring

Click fitting engineered flooring offers a straightforward and quick way to install your bamboo floor. The flooring itself has been designed and produced with a special click and lock system. This means that the planks of flooring simply click together for an effortless and seamless fit without the need for glue, nails or screws. Click fitting flooring is becoming more and more popular as it still provides and natural and beautiful floor, but it does not require any specialist knowledge or equipment to install.


Why should I choose Click Bamboo flooring?

Click fitting bamboo flooring is a fantastic choice if you are looking for the natural beauty and elegance of a real bamboo floor, combined with strength, durability and the ease of installation.

For further information about click fitting bamboo flooring, have a look at the following: What is Click Bamboo?


How do I install Click Bamboo Flooring?

The easiest and most popular way to install click fitting bamboo flooring is to loose lay (or float) it over an underlay. The underlay acts as a layer between the subfloor and your bamboo floor. The click fitting system allows the planks of bamboo to easily click together and lock into place without the need for glue.

For further information and advice about fitting any of our bamboo floors, please read our Bamboo Fitting Guide.


How do I maintain Click Bamboo Flooring?

Maintaining and looking after click bamboo flooring is tremendously easy. Try to sweep every day to remove any dust or dirt. This will also help to protect your bamboo floor from any damage. Clean your floor using a cleaning solution specifically designed for bamboo or wooden floor, to brighten up the surface and remove any built in stains.

Why not have a look at our range of cleaning and maintenance products.

For tips and advice on keeping your bamboo floor scratch and dent free, read ourBamboo Flooring Care Guide.


Are there any alternatives available?

Yes, if you still cannot decide which profile type of bamboo flooring to choose, we also have a range of Tongue and Groove Bamboo Flooringthat you may be interested in.

Here are some links to our most popular types of bamboo flooring:

Solid Bamboo Flooring|Engineered Bamboo Flooring|Strand Woven Bamboo Flooring|Parquet Block Bamboo Flooring|Distressed Bamboo Flooring|Bamboo Flooring for Underfloor Heating|Bamboo Flooring for Commercial Use


Further help and advice

If you have any further questions or would like any advice, please don’t hesitate to either contact us or come into our showroom where we will be happy to help.

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