Technical Specs

Our bamboo flooring comes in four colours – all natural without tints or stains, however if a client does want stain, we can order that for them, but generally don’t recommend it. As part of the manufacturing process, 11 layers of protection are placed on the finished surface, with the final two coats being polyurethane. It is possible with effort to scratch it and scratching will generally leave a white mark which can be rubbed out with beeswax. Once the flooring is stained, repairing scratches becomes more difficult because they tend to penetrate the stain.

Our range is: Light Natural – Dark Natural / Light Coffee – Dark Coffee

The Click Lock systems used with Strand Woven Bamboo Flooring may not always match, Why?

Moving away from the older style of Tongue and Groove, you will now find one of the following.

UniClick or UniClic sometimes spelt differently as this system is a generic locking system.


Uniline click lock system which is patented, and looks very similar to UniClick but will not interlock with UniClick.

Valinge click lock system which is used in a number Laminates, Timber and Vinyl plank systems and also some Bamboo Flooring. A flat locking system that definitely will not lock with either Unline or UniClick.

So what does this mean for you? When making your purchase, future proofing may be wise. Should you experience a problem and need to replace some of your Bamboo Flooring, this would be easier with a generic locking system such as UniClick as you can purchase this from most major high street DIY stores. The other thing to remember is the width if the plank can vary from 125mm to 135mm and more depending on whether it is Strand Woven or Engineered.

What is the process: From Harvest to plank.

How is Bamboo Flooring Made. Click Here.