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Old October 7th 05, 03:30 PM
 
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Hmm, not sure if a vapor barrier is needed. Make sure to look at the
manufacurer's recommendations. Wood directly on concrete is generally
not good.


Definitely use a vapor barrier. I've seen enough moisture in even 30
yr old slabs to damage wood flooring. Most people use 6-8 mil
polyethylene sheeting, taped with seams sealed, then float the bamboo
flooring over that. Some old-timers swear by glueing heavy weight tar
paper to the concrete, then gluing the floor to the tar paper.

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-Greg Pasquariello
Fair Pacific Bamboo
www.fairpacific.com