China bamboo flooring on engineered flooring?

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China bamboo flooring on engineered flooring?

Postby Guest » Fri Jul 24, 2009 5:29 am

Someone has a house installed with engineered flooring(E). And he was going to replace it with China bamboo flooring(B). But it is very difficult to

get rid of the engineered planks. He wonders if he can install B on E.

Our reply:

B can be fitted on any firm, dry and flat place. If the engineered planks in the house meet these requirements, you can install B on the tiles. The thickness of B is normally 14mm or 15mmThe height between the door and floor is normally less than 14mm and more than 6mm. The thickness of floor will

be over 22mm if some subfloor is installed on the ceramic tile and under B. So you need to replace the former door with a “shorter” one to make door

work well if B is installed on E. It will much more convenient if China bamboo flooring is just installed on the corridor and there is no door neighboring to the channel.
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