Bamboo flooring continues to evolve, benefiting from advancements in click installation technology and a strand-woven manufacturing process that has led to a range of new looks far different than the classic “horizontal” and “vertical” styles.

Additionally, following the recent preliminary investigation ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission and the possibility of increased tariffs on engineered hardwood flooring imported from China, manufacturers of bamboo flooring products are positioned to increase their reach in the North American market.

Cork and bamboo flooring products are not included in the scope of the preliminary investigation. The next step of the review process is being handled by the U.S. Department of Commerce, including countervailing and antidumping duty investigations. At press time, the results of the countervailing duty determination were expected to be released last month, with the preliminary antidumping determination to be issued in mid-May.

Following are some examples of the many bamboo flooring products available in the marketplace. Use the Reader Inquiry Card to get more information about these products.

Mannington's True Bamboo made using patented process

Mannington presents True Bamboo. Using the entire stalk of the bamboo plant, the flooring is smoothed using a patented process for a natural appeal, according to the company. True Bamboo is offered in 3.8” wide planks at 3/4” thick.For details, circle 310 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

USFloors Expressions line includes hand-scraped looks

USFloors has taken the wraps off of Natural Bamboo Expressions, a collection combining strand-woven bamboo with upscale looks, according to the company. The product features stained and hand-scraped solid strand-woven bamboo in a glueless click plank along with an antiqued, engineered strand-woven look.For details, circle 315 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

Wellmade engineered flooring includes strand-woven bamboo

Wellmade Performance Flooring offers strand-woven bamboo flooring in an engineered format. The product is offered is seven styles and color treatments, in hand-scraped or French bleed as well as traditional smooth surfaces. Featuring seven-ply cross-grain construction, the 4” wide boards are 9/16” thick, and offered in 24” and 48” lengths.For details, circle 320 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

Renew and Restore products are latest from Home Legend

Home Legend’s Renew and Restore collection includes engineered hardwood and bamboo flooring in 3 1/2”, 3 3/4” and 4 3/4” widths. Featuring click joint technology, Renew and Restore carries GreenGuard indoor air quality certification and is CARB Phase 2 compliant.For details, circle 317 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

Saw Mill Collection new to Trillium bamboo line

Strategis Inc.’s Trillium brand offers The Saw Mill collection, featuring 5” wide bamboo boards that are individually hand-scraped and detailed to offer unique, antique-inspired looks. Products include Antique Natural, Antique Wheat and Espresso flooring styles.For details, circle 313 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

HDF Click-Loc flooring offered by Hawa Bamboo

Hawa Bamboo & Wood offers a range of HDF Clic-Loc Bamboo flooring. Carbonized and Natural looks are available in both horizontal and vertical bamboo formats. The bamboo wearlayer is available in a 3mm thickness.For details, circle 323 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

Teragren's Portfolio range includes ten new colors

Teragren’s Portfolio Strand Bamboo Floating Floor collection has recently added 10 new handcrafted colors, including two hand-scraped looks. Colors are Paris Black, Brown Sugar, High Tea, Rich Cognac, Midnight Black, Hewn Port, Hewn Tawny, Darby Brown, New Country and Honey Ridge.For details, circle 327 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

Mohawk adds new floors in strand woven bamboo

Mohawk introduces two new strand woven bamboo floors: Hilea in its Rarity Collection and Kahala in the Antiquity Collection. Kahala features hand-scraped visuals in a 5” wide plank. Both collections feature the Uniclic installation system.For details, circle 330 on the Reader Inquiry Card.