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Home Legend Horizontal Toast 5/8 in. Thick x 3-3/4 in. Wide x 37-3/4 in. Length Solid Bamboo Flooring (23.59 sq. ft. / case)
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Horizontal Toast 5/8 in. Thick x 3-3/4 in. Wide x 37-3/4 in. Length Solid Bamboo Flooring (23.59 sq. ft. / case)

  • Protects against every day wear and tear
  • Janka hardness rating of 1180
  • Get It Installed - Call 855-978-2910
$1.79 /sq. ft.
Covers 23.59 sq. ft.
$42.23 /case

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Home Legend Solid Horizontal Bamboo Flooring has a natural beauty and stylish finish that is versatile in any decor. The prefinished flooring has a seven-layer aluminum oxide finish providing protection from every day wear. This product has achieved GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certification and has been tested for more than 10,000 volatile organic compounds, including formaldehyde, to meet these standards. The tongue and groove profile allows the flooring to be installed on and above grade. This Earth-minded flooring is a perfect choice for almost any room in your home and you can rest assured that you are getting a floor that was produced with ethical standards and won't pollute the air you breathe.

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  • Wood Species: Bamboo
  • 5/8 in. Thickness x 3-3/4 in. Width x 37-3/4 in. Length Planks
  • 23.59 sq. ft. per case. Case quantity: 24. Case weight: 46.40 lb.
  • Construction: Solid Bamboo Flooring
  • Prefinished Bamboo Toast, Medium Color, Smooth Finish, FSC Certified
  • Planks have a beveled edge
  • Janka wood hardness rating/resistance to denting: 1180
  • Appropriate Grade for Installation: On Grade, Above Grade
  • Installation: Nail or glue
  • Residential use
  • 35-year residential warranty
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim and moldings
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for cuts
  • Please use internet # 203190480 to order a take home sample of this product

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Horizontal Toast 5/8 in. Thick x 3-3/4 in. Wide x 37-3/4 in. Length Solid Bamboo Flooring (23.59 sq. ft. / case)
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HOW MANY BOX OF BAMBOO TOAST WILL I NEED

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July 16, 2013
MY KITCHEN IS 9X8 SQFT BY 12X10 SQFT
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June 23, 2015
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My math says I only need 5 boxes for a 9x10 walk in closet. And that gives me a plenty extra too boot. I might go with 6 for the fun of returning a box.
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January 24, 2014
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One box will do about 24 square feet. Buy a bit extra though because you will be cutting some to fit (staggering joints) There are also 24 to a pallet....We bought a pallet, had them load it with a forklift...then returned the 4 unused boxes.
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Chantilly, VA, USA
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July 17, 2013
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You need around 200 sq.ft if it's 9x8 and 12x10. That means around 9 boxes.
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July 17, 2013
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Figure out the SQ footage of room or rooms ( width X Length= SQ FT ) ,then see how much SQFT are in box and then use simple division of SQFT in the box into total SQFT of room or rooms to get how many boxes you need to purchase.
9x8=72 SQFT
12x10=120 SQFT
Total SQFT is 192 SQFT
192 SQFT divided by 23.59 SQft of flooring=over 8 boxes.
I reccomend to buy 10 boxes of the flooring ,to be sure .Better to have
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Figure out the SQ footage of room or rooms ( width X Length= SQ FT ) ,then see how much SQFT are in box and then use simple division of SQFT in the box into total SQFT of room or rooms to get how many boxes you need to purchase.
9x8=72 SQFT
12x10=120 SQFT
Total SQFT is 192 SQFT
192 SQFT divided by 23.59 SQft of flooring=over 8 boxes.
I reccomend to buy 10 boxes of the flooring ,to be sure .Better to have more than be sorry
NOTE:::::: always buy extra box or two ,for possible board repairs in future..
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Norristown, PA
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July 16, 2013
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for you first, 9x8 sqft., you need 4 boxes and for the 12x10 you need 7 boxes. Always buy to much you can always return unopened boxes.
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How many boxes I need to cover 300 sq ft?

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June 21, 2013
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March 25, 2014
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15 boxes should do. This will give a little room for errors or angle cuts.
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Buy 13 boxes.
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July 16, 2013
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Please figure 5%-10% extra for cutting and potential wastage. 14 cases should be adequate.
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You would need 14 boxes. You will have some left over for any mishaps in the future.
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Can the bamboo flooring be installed the way the laminate do? In other words is it a tong in groove kind?

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It is T and G....but it is not a lock together system. It must be nailed to a wooden subfloor...or if over a slab, then you need to glue the joints together.
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Norristown, PA
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May 22, 2013
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Yes, it is the tong in groove kind. Very easy to do.
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May 21, 2013
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The diference between laminate and bamboo is this:
Laminate has a desined wood layer on top off other wood.
Bamboo is solid through and through.
Bamboo requires nailing, not just the click and lock or glue
Durability is equal to that of a solid oak flooring in my opinion.
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Yes, partly... It is a tongue and groove material, but it is not a floating flore and must be secured to the subfloor either by a mastic or naildown process. I laid mine directly to cement, which might have caused a plethora of problems like moisture absorbancy, buckeling, and discoloration. Unlike the floating floor laminates that go down on a moisture barrier, either a moisture barrier should be put Read More
Yes, partly... It is a tongue and groove material, but it is not a floating flore and must be secured to the subfloor either by a mastic or naildown process. I laid mine directly to cement, which might have caused a plethora of problems like moisture absorbancy, buckeling, and discoloration. Unlike the floating floor laminates that go down on a moisture barrier, either a moisture barrier should be put down under a plyboard, or similar material, subfloor to which the bamboo can then be nailed, or I used a Bostick mastic directly to the cement. It was called Ultraset One Step and acted s a float for the cement floor, created a moisture barrier, a sound barrier, and held the bamboo product in place. It must be remembered that since the color toast is a carbonized color process, the carbonization does make the material much softer than the uncolored bamboo, and thus the toast color shows imprints of heavy or dropped objects. Read Less
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What type of underlayment do you recommend for the bamboo floor when installing on the plywood?

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It's just the black thick paper used on all wood flooring. Also, you can consider putting some wood flooring cushion sold in most of the home depot or wood flooring merchants to reduce the noise in the basement.
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we used the underlayment you buy by the roll at HomeDepot. Working really well!
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15 pound felt paper. Refer to installation instuctions at
http://www.homelegend.com/pdfs/2012/Solid%20T%20&%20G%20Bamboo%20Install%20Instructions.pdf
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I used the Roberts Unison underlayment HD stocks it in the same aisle as the flooring. (linked below). But on a plywood sub-floor you could use a paper underlayment as well and save some money. Since you're on plywood I assume moisture isn't an issue so the paper should be good enough. I went with the Unison because they had more of it in stock but it was probably overkill since my installation was on Read More
I used the Roberts Unison underlayment HD stocks it in the same aisle as the flooring. (linked below). But on a plywood sub-floor you could use a paper underlayment as well and save some money. Since you're on plywood I assume moisture isn't an issue so the paper should be good enough. I went with the Unison because they had more of it in stock but it was probably overkill since my installation was on the second floor.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 183 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by looks excellent easy install great value Bought this for my bonus room, about 320 sq, I installed it in 1 weekend with a flooring nailer 16 ga cleats. I had to adjust the nailer so the nails would not hit the tongues, initially the nails were hitting the tongues and the tongues were splitting after the adjustent there were no splits. It looks great. There were no boards that were unusable. There was a good color variation remember to mix up your boxes. We are replacing all the carpet in our upstairs with hardwood. the rest of the upstairs is red oak. Because of the size of this room putting down red oak would have been at least 2 times the price, After it was done my wife said she wishes we did this instead of the red oak. Other reviews mentioned easily scratched. I did not find this to be an issue. For the price you can't beat it. LL was 1.00 a sq more expensive for 3/8. HIghly recommend April 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Installed as advertised and looks beautiful I'm giving this product a 5 star rating, but it has only been in a week. I glued it down and it installed well. The glue was hard to keep off of everything. Make sure you have one person slated to follow you through the installation and clean up fresh glue with mineral spirits. Clean up a day later is a real pain. You could spend another 8 hour day cleaning up if you let it dry! NOTE: Make sure you figure in the glue in your overall price. The glue cost 1/2 of the price of the wood itself! $750 in wood and $350 in glue. The Bamboo glue is more expensive and Home Depot Store only stocks it in $150, 4 gallon buckets. Order a few 1 gallons on line and return what you don't use!! I had to go back for a third bucket ($150), to finish the job, and used less than 1/2 of it!!! The product looks beautiful and feels beautiful under your bare feet! It's worth the hassle. But plan ahead with the glue and gloves and dedicated clean up person! December 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great flooring easy to put down and staple, made the floor really solid March 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Beautiful floor I had this floor professionally installed. It is beautiful, easy to clean, and looks and feels great to walk on. 10/10 would buy again- I've been seeing a lot of reviews say this product scratches easily - just move furniture with care and use common sense and I don't see this becoming an issue. No scratches yet. March 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Totally disappointed I love the look of the flooring. Like most other floors was a bear to install. After installation it looked great. After each cleaning, I noticed more and more scratches. The floor has been down for about 6 months and looks terrible. I am so very disappointed. Not only was the flooring expensive but the glue was over $100 a can. We purchase quite a bit, enough to cover two large rooms and a hallway. I am going to THD this week to see what can be done. This is not a product I would ever recommend. Sorry May 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks Fantastic! We had our contractor friend install the floors throughout our entire apartment (about 5 rooms plus a hallway), and with four guys working on it they were installed in one day! I am so happy with how the floors turned out - they look amazing with the paint that we had already chosen and I couldn't have asked for a better match! And they clean very well - after all of our other renovations were done, I just ran the vacum over it to pick up the majority of the sawdust then a lightly damp mop to clean & shine. January 8, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Installs easy; looks nice; scratches and dents easy Had to give it a 3...easy scratching and denting (photo attached). Standing and looking from the doorway...floor looks great. Inspecting floor closely...can see all the small scratches and nicks...so I don't look closely anymore. Used a floor nailer...easy to install. Don't make a mistake because the board(s) will damage and become unusable when removed after nailing. Use felt or carpet cutouts on the bottom of furniture. Don't see how you can repair (replace) damaged boards without removing (and damaging) the adjacent (non-damaged) boards. Inspect the boards before purchasing. Difficult to match the boards if you buy from different lot numbers. Some lots install for the right and some lots install from the left. Also hard to match color and design of different boards to give symmetry to the floor. Manufacturing & Retailer should disclose the easy scratch and dent problem to the consumer. April 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by My wife loves it!! Finishing a loft over the garage for my wifes paint, yoga, exercise space....this was a great choice. I ordered the Freeman 3 in 1 nailer and used that with the 1/2" foot and 1 1/2" L-cleats and asphalt kraft paper. People say it scratches easily....but if you read the reviews on other flooring they seem to say that too. December 23, 2013
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