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Teragren Studio Floating Floor: Natural Flat Grain 9/16" Solid Bamboo BFF-FGN-TL2

Teragren Studio Floating Floor:  Natural Flat Grain 9/16" Solid Bamboo BFF-FGN-TL2

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Color Name: Natural Flat Grain
Colors: Pecan,Oats
Construction: Solid
Description: 9/16" Solid Bamboo
Dimensions: 7 11/16" Wide x 75" Lengths
Edge Profile: Square Ends and Edges
Finish Type: Aluminum Oxide
Finish Warranty: 25 years
Installation Method: Float
Locking: Valinge Click Together
Manufacturer: Teragren
Manufacturer SKU: BFF-FGN-TL2
Style Name: Studio Floating Floor
Thickness: 9/16"
Where to Install: On, Above or Below Grade
Width: 7 11/16"

Installation guidelines Studio   bamboo wide-plank, prefinished floating floor with  Valinge-patented, self-locking system

Pre-Installation Notes

It is considered the sole responsibility of the installer/owner to determine if the job site's subfloor and environmental conditions are suitable for the installation of Teragren flooring and accessories.  Teragren  Studio  strand bamboo, wide-plank floating floor is suitable for installation as a floating floor system on, above and below grade.   Studio  floating floor may be installed over radiant floor heating systems (see Radiant Heat Systems section below).

Teragren  Studio  floating floor should only be installed in environments where the relative humidity level can be maintained at a year-round level between 40% and 60% (although relative humidity levels outside of these parameters may not result in failure of the flooring, exposure to RH environments outside of this acceptable range may void the Teragren warranty).  Prior to and during installation, the job site must be maintained at a temperature between 65° and 75° F and have a relative humidity level between 45% and 60%.

Teragren  Studio  should be delivered to the job site no less than 48 hours prior to installation.  Distribute unopened boxes evenly to ensure all boxes can acclimate to job site temperature.   DO NOT OPEN BOXES PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.   Floor packaging should only be opened once installation is ready to begin.

Note:  Do not install cabinets or walls on top of the floating floor. 

Tools Recommended

Floating Installation:   Hammer (1 lb.), tapping block (tested to ensure it won't damage planks), tape measure, chalk line, pencil, carpenter's square, scribing block, flat bar, 1/2" wedges, saw, chop saw, low adhesive painter's tape, 6 mil. polyethylene vapor barrier ("2-in-1" foam padding/moisture barrier may be substituted for polyethylene).  Floating floor approved underlayment or cork not exceeding 5/64" in thickness may be used.

Subfloors

A moisture-vapor retardant such as 6 mil polyethylene film should be placed in crawl spaces.  Wood subflooring surfaces must have no flex and must be smooth, level, clean, dry and free of contaminants.  Fix any squeaks or movement in the subfloor prior to installation.  High spots should be sanded flat.  Any low spots equal to or greater than 5/64" over 78" should be filled (brought to level) using a non-compressible material.  Suitable surfaces may include concrete, particleboard, wood floors, and both ceramic and vinyl tiles, among others.  Please consult with your professional flooring installer to determine suitability of subfloor surface.  Teragren recommends using 5/8" CDX plywood for 12" on center and 16" on center floors, and 3/4" CDX plywood for 24" on center floors.  A subfloor of 1-1/8" plywood over joists at 16" on center is recommended for an optimal installation.

Concrete subfloors must be tested for moisture in more than one place for consistent readings.  Teragren recommends using the Calcium Chloride Test Method to quantify the volume of moisture vapor radiating from a concrete slab surface over time and if vapor pressure exceeds 3 lbs. per 1000 square feet in 24 hours to not install the floor.  Concrete should be checked for flatness prior to installation and any low spots or voids should be filled to a minimum of 3/16" within a 10' radius or 1/8" in a 6' radius, and high spots ground to surface.  Surface must be smooth and free of debris, oils, grease and solvents.

Install a 6 mil polyethylene vapor barrier (or equivalent) over the entire subfloor surface.  Overlap polyethylene sheets by 16" and then tape together, creating an airtight seal.  Next, roll out 5/64" (2 mm) padding (underlayment) one roll at a time over the vapor barrier, being careful not to poke holes through or damage either material during installation.  Run padding up walls 1" to 1-1/2" and secure in place with tape.  Join padding sections to one-another with tape.  Make sure to tape down all loose edges.  A "2-in-1" foam padding/moisture barrier may be substituted for moisture barrier and underlayment.  Other approved floating floor underlayment materials such as cork may be used.  Follow underlayment manufacturer's installation instructions.  Note: flexible underlayment should not exceed 5/64" in thickness.

Installation

Measure the room so that the quantity of flooring required is known.  If the last board required is too narrow in width, it may be necessary to install length-wise cut boards on both sides of the room to give it an overall balanced look.  Ensure that the floor will fit under doors and skirting strips.  Existing skirting strips may have to be removed during installation to allow for the expansion perimeter.  Ideally, the flooring should be installed parallel to the longest dimension of the room.  In a square room, the long joints should follow the path of the incoming light.  Allow for a  minimum expansion space of 1/2" around the perimeter of the installed flooring.  For floor larger than 16' in any one direction, leave an additional expansion space of 1/8" for each 48" of installed flooring.  For example, a 24' square room would require about 3/4" expansion on all sides.  Rooms larger than 40' wide (boards running length of room require additional space such as that provided by a T-Mold.  Place the T-Mold expansion joint every 32' as required.

First Row:   Start in a corner of the room with the locking strip (groove end) facing the room.  Using spacer wedges as required, maintain a 1/2" gap between the wall and the planks being installed.  Install the first plank.  Install the second plank, pressing the end of the second floorboard in at an angle to the first one and then laying it down flat on the ground to engage the locking mechanism.  Continue with this method until you are ready to install the last plank of the first row.  Cut the last plank of the first row to size using a rotary saw with a carbide blade then install as done for the previous planks, leaving a 1/2" gap at the end.  After the first row is complete, ensure that all edges are even and parallel.  Note:  It is practical to fine-tune the gap between the long sides and the wall later, after the first three rows have been laid.

Second Row:   Start the second row beginning with (if available) the piece left over (cut off) from the first row (piece must be at least 20" in length).  If the piece is too short (or if there is no leftover piece), start with a new board, cut in half.  Always ensure that the end joints are staggered at least 20".  Maintaining a 1/2" gap between the end of plank and the wall, insert the long edge of the plank into the adjacent plank of the first row.  Push forward and press down at the same time to fully engage the locking mechanism.  With the plank resting flat on the floor, ensure there is no gapping on any of the joints.  Next, left the end of the plank and rest it on an installation wedge so that it is not lying flat on the floor.  Insert the end of the next plank into the end of the previously installed plank, lowering the plank until it is parallel to the ground with the long edge of the plank resting on the edge of the first row's locking mechanism.  Rest the end of this plank on an installation wedge so that the entire edge of the plank is at the same angle as the end of the first plank.  Slowly and evenly push the entire length (the long edge) of the second plank's locking mechanism fully into place using a tapping block if required.  Once completely inserted remove all wedges and press the entire plank down to lock the plank.  Use a rubber mallet and a tapping block to ensure all edges are perfectly mated.  Lift up the very end of the newly installed plank and place an installation wedge underneath it in preparation for installation of the next plank.  Continue to install the whole row.  When the entire row is completed, remove all wedges and review the row to ensure there is no gapping and that all locking mechanisms are fully engaged (all planks are perfectly flat).  Note:  Never hammer planks without using a tapping block or damage to plank edges will occur.

Installation Around Pipes or Columns

Drill holes and saw out flooring as required to make room for any exposed structure or pipe.  Note: holes around pipes or other items must be at least 3/4" greater in diameter than the pipe or structure.

Installation with Transition Pieces

Flooring must be allowed to float freely underneath the overlap portion of the transition piece.  To ensure freedom of movement, cut or chisel off tongue as required to allow unrestricted movement of the flooring under the transition piece.

Radiant Heating Systems

Studio  floating floor is ideal for installation over radiant heat systems.  Please note that the underlayment may insulate the heat slightly from transferring up through the floor.  The following are installation guidelines only.  When choosing an installer for application over radiant heat, look for members of the Radiant Panel Association for more information.

Studio  floating floor should not be sued with radiant heating systems that result in the surface temperature of the floor exceeding 80° F.  Note:  rugs placed on a floor heated by a radiant source can increase the surface temperature of that floor by 2° - 3° F.  Before installing the flooring, activate the radiant heating system and leave it on for at least 21 days prior to installation.  Radiant heating systems must be turned off for 24 hours prior to and during flooring installation.  If no adhesive has been used, the radiant heating system may be reactivated after the flooring installation is complete.  If adhesive has been used, wait 2 - 3 days before reactivating the radiant heating system.

Maintenance

Teragren recommends vacuuming or sweeping in order to remove dirt and grit prior to cleaning the flooring.  When a spill occurs, make sure to soak up the bulk liquid promptly.  As with all natural products, exposure to the sun and ultra-violet rays can accelerate the oxidation of bamboo.  Because caramelized bamboo products will lighten and natural bamboo products will tend to darken over time, periodically rearrange area rugs and furniture to allow for even aging of the flooring.  Use area rugs in high traffic areas.  Install wood guards on the feet or legs of furniture.

Do not use wax, oil soap or other household cleaners.  Teragren recommends using either WoodWise Floor Cleaner by Design Hardwood Products, or Bona Swedish Formula MicroPlus Hardwood Floor Cleaner by BonaKemi USA, Inc.

Proper care and maintenance can extend the life of your floor for many years; however, at some time a re-coat or total refinishing may be desirable.  To re-coat your floor and remain in conformance with the Teragren warranty, follow the manufacturer's instructions at either of the following:

Basic Coatings Tykote Sandless Re-coating System (800.441.1934) or BonaPrep Re-coating Adhesion System by BonaKemi USA (800.872.5515).



Limited Warranty for Residential Use - Bamboo Flooring

This warranty applies to Teragren LLC  SIGNATURE NATURALS, SIGNATURE COLORS, CRAFTSMAN II, SYNERGY Solid-Strip, SYNERGY Floating Floor   bamboo flooring that is purchased through an Authorized Teragren Dealer and installed in residential buildings (referred to below as the "Flooring").

We want you to be happy and confident in your investment.  Since its inception, Teragren has been committed to providing one of the finest hardwood flooring products in the market.  The Teragren name is synonymous with quality, durability, beauty and uniqueness.  Our superior design, production technologies and style allow us to provide one of the best warranties in the industry, subject only to a few common sense exclusions.

For all models of Flooring, Teragren makes the Structural Warranty immediately below.  For  SIGNATURE NATURALS, SIGNATURE COLORS, CRAFTSMAN II, SYNERGY Solid-Strip, SYNERGY Floating Floor  and  STUDIO Floating Floor  models of Flooring that are pre-finished at our factory, we also make the Finish Warranty in paragraph 2 below.  These Warranties extend solely to the first person who owns and lives in the structure in which the Flooring is installed following the installation (the "Owner).  The Warranties are not transferable.

1.   Lifetime Structural Warranty.   Teragren warrants that the Flooring will be, at the time of sale, free from defects in material and manufacture and in conformity with Teragren's standard specifications.  Teragren further warrants that during the Owner's lifetime (or for as long as the Owner lives in the structure - whichever period is shorter) the Flooring will not delaminate, separate, buckle, or cup as a result of a manufacturing defect,  provided that  the Flooring is maintained according to Teragren's instructions and used for its intended purpose.

2.   Twenty-Five-Year Finish Warranty.   Teragren warrants that the factory-installed finish on the Flooring will be, at the time of sale, free from defects in material and manufacture and in conformity with Teragren's standard specifications for the finish.  Teragren further warrants that for a period of twenty-five (25) years from the date of sale (the "Finish Warranty Period") the finish will not - as a result of a manufacturing defect - wear through to the underlying Flooring or separate from the Flooring  provided that  the Flooring is maintained according to Teragren's instructions and used for its intended purpose.  This warranty does not cover scratches, reduction in the shine of the finish, minor imperfections or irregularities (up to 5%), or damage to the finish caused by damage to the underlying Flooring.

Condition of Warranty Coverage.   The Teragren Care + Maintenance instructions  MUST  be followed as a condition for these Warranties to have effect.  You may obtain these instructions from your local dealer or directly from Teragren by downloading or printing them from the Teragren website, by calling or faxing the numbers below, or by sending an email request to info@teragren.com.  This warranty does not cover damage or defects resulting from or in any way attributable to:
  1. Improper storage, handling or installation of the Flooring (including improper installation of joists and subflooring or improper surface preparation);
  2. Abuse, lack of maintenance, neglect, abnormal use or misuse, negligence, application of solvents, corrosives or other chemicals to the Flooring, color change, fading or damage due to exposure to the sun, crazing, excessive pivot and point-loads, spike-heeled shoes, unpadded furniture feet, water, damage from sand, pebbles or other abrasives or other unintended uses;
  3. Insect infestation after shipment from the point of origin;
  4. Stains and finishes;
  5. Improper alterations of original manufactured product;
  6. Moisture problems (including subfloor moisture, leaks, rain, wet mopping, etc.) or excessive dryness or heat;
  7. Settlement or movement of the structure to which the Flooring is attached;
  8. Natural events such as hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and floods;
  9. Variations in color, grain and markings that exist in the Flooring when new (such variation in bamboo is a natural occurrence, so that Flooring may not match display samples) or that develop over time because of varying exposure to sunlight or UV light;
  10. Installation over radiant floor heating with a surface temperature in excess of 85° F (or temperatures per installation guidelines for specific product); or
  11. Installation of Flooring with visible defects.
Disclaimer of Implied Warranties and Other Warranties
The above warranties are the exclusive and sole warranties given by Teragren for the Flooring.  They supersede any prior, contrary or additional representations, whether oral or written.  ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE  WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY  AND  ANY WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,  ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE WARRANTY PERIODS FOR THE CORRESPONDING EXPRESS WARRANTIES, ABOVE.  Some state do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

TERAGREN DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES (INCLUDING THE  WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY  AND  ANY WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ) FOR ANY FLOORING PRODUCTS THAT ARE NOT SOLD THROUGH AN AUTHORIZED TERAGREN DEALER, AND ANY SUCH PRODUCTS ARE SOLD AS IS AND WITH NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY FROM TERAGREN.

What We'll Provide if the Flooring is NonConforming.
If during the applicable Warranty Period, the Flooring does not conform to the preceding Warranties, the Owner shall notify Teragren as provided below, and within a reasonable time Teragren will provide, at its option, one of the following:  (1) repair of any nonconforming or defective Flooring (for defects in finish, this means refinishing the affected planks), (2) provision of conforming planks to replace any nonconforming planks, including a reasonable allowance for associated costs of removal and reinstallation, but this allowance shall be included only during the first two years of use and it does not include the cost of removal of fixtures installed on the Flooring, (3) refund of the purchase price for any nonconforming planks that have not been installed, or (4) refund of the percentage of the purchase price for the nonconforming planks equal to the percentage of the Warranty Period remaining when Teragren is notified of the nonconformity.

THESE REMEDIES SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE AND SOLE REMEDIES FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.

If the Flooring does not conform to the Warranty, the Owner must notify Teragren in writing at the address below within thirty (30) days after discovering the nonconformity.  The notice must describe the location and nature of the nonconformity.  The owner must give Teragren a reasonable opportunity to examine the claimed nonconformity before undertaking any repairs, removal or replacement.  The owner must present the original invoice, bill or other proof of the date of purchase.  Compliance with the requirements of this paragraph is a condition to coverage under the Warranty: if these requirements are not complied with, Teragren will have no obligation to remedy any nonconformities.

Exclusion of Incidental and Consequential Damages.
IN NO EVENT SHALL TERAGREN BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMGES, WHETHER RESULTING FROM NONDELIVERY OR FROM THE USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT OR FROM DEFECTS IN THE PRODDUCT OR FROM TERAGREN'S OWN NEGLIGENCE.

Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from State to State.

Severability.   If any provision of this warranty is found to be invalid or unenforceable, then the remainder shall have full force and effect.

Applicable Law.   This Warranty will be interpreted, construed and enforced in all respects in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington, without reference to its choice of law principles.  The U.N. Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods will not apply to this Warranty.

Warranty for Commercial Use - Bamboo Flooring

This warranty applies to Teragren LLC  SIGNATURE NATURALS, SIGNATURE COLORS, CRAFTSMAN II, SYNERGY Solid-Strip (10 mm and 12 mm), SYNERGY Floating Floor and STUDIO Floating Floor  bamboo flooring that is purchased through and Authorized Teragren Dealer and installed in commercial buildings (referred to below as the "Flooring").

We want you to be happy and confident in your investment.  Since its inception, Teragren has been committed to providing one of the finest hardwood flooring products in the market.  The Teragren name is synonymous with quality, durability, beauty and uniqueness.  Our superior design, production technologies and style allow us to provide one of the best warranties in the industry, subject only to a few common sense exclusions.

For all models of Flooring, Teragren makes the Structural Warranty immediately below.  For  SIGNATURE NATURALS, SIGNATURE COLORS, CRAFTSMAN II, SYNERGY Solid-Strip, SYNERGY Floating Floor   and   STUDIO Floating Floor   models of Flooring that are pre-finished at our factory, we also make the Finish Warranty in paragraph 2 below.  These Warranties extend solely to the first person who owns and lives in the structure in which the Flooring is installed following the installation (the "Owner).  The Warranties are not transferable.

1.    Lifetime Structural Warranty.    Teragren warrants that the Flooring will be, at the time of sale, free from defects in material and manufacture and in conformity with Teragren's standard specifications.  Teragren further warrants that during the Owner's lifetime (or for as long as the Owner lives in the structure - whichever period is shorter) the Flooring will not delaminate, separate, buckle, or cup as a result of a manufacturing defect,   provided that   the Flooring is maintained according to Teragren's instructions and used for its intended purpose.

2.    Ten-Year Heavy Use Commercial Finish Warranty.    Teragren warrants that the factory-installed finish on the Flooring will be, at the time of sale, free from defects in material and manufacture and in conformity with Teragren's standard specifications for the finish.  Teragren further warrants that for a period of ten (10) years from the date of sale (the "Finish Warranty Period") the finish will not - as a result of a manufacturing defect - wear through to the underlying Flooring or separate from the Flooring   provided that   the Flooring is maintained according to Teragren's instructions and used for its intended purpose.  This warranty does not cover scratches, reduction in the shine of the finish, minor imperfections or irregularities (up to 5%), or damage to the finish caused by damage to the underlying Flooring.

Condition of Warranty Coverage.    The Teragren Maintenance instructions   MUST   be followed as a condition for these Warranties to have effect.  You may obtain these instructions from your local dealer or directly from Teragren by downloading or printing them from the Teragren website, by calling or faxing the numbers below, or by sending an email request to info@teragren.com.  This warranty does not cover damage or defects resulting from or in any way attributable to:
  1. Improper storage, handling or installation of the Flooring (including improper installation of joists and subflooring or improper surface preparation);
  2. Abuse, lack of maintenance, neglect, abnormal use or misuse, negligence, application of solvents, corrosives or other chemicals to the Flooring, color change, fading or damage due to exposure to the sun, crazing, excessive pivot and point-loads, spike-heeled shoes, unpadded furniture feet, water, damage from sand, pebbles or other abrasives or other unintended uses;
  3. Insect infestation after shipment from the point of origin;
  4. Stains and finishes;
  5. Improper alterations of original manufactured product;
  6. Moisture problems (including subfloor moisture, leaks, rain, wet mopping, etc.) or excessive dryness or heat;
  7. Settlement or movement of the structure to which the Flooring is attached;
  8. Natural events such as hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and floods;
  9. Variations in color, grain and markings that exist in the Flooring when new (such variation in bamboo is a natural occurrence, so that Flooring may not match display samples) or that develop over time because of varying exposure to sunlight or UV light;
  10. Installation over radiant floor heating with a surface temperature in excess of 85° F (or temperatures per installation guidelines for specific product); or
  11. Installation of Flooring with visible defects.
Disclaimer of Implied Warranties and Other Warranties
The above warranties are the exclusive and sole warranties given by Teragren for the Flooring.  They supersede any prior, contrary or additional representations, whether oral or written.  ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE   WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY   AND   ANY WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,   AND ANY WARRANTIES ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, OR USAGE OF TRADE.

TERAGREN ALSO DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES (INCLUDING THE   WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY   AND   ANY WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE  ) FOR ANY FLOORING PRODUCTS THAT ARE NOT SOLD THROUGH AN AUTHORIZED TERAGREN DEALER, AND ANY SUCH PRODUCTS ARE SOLD AS IS AND WITH NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY FROM TERAGREN.

What We'll Provide if the Flooring is NonConforming.
If during the applicable Warranty Period, the Flooring does not conform to the preceding Warranties, the Owner shall notify Teragren as provided below, and within a reasonable time Teragren will provide, at its option, one of the following:  (1) repair of any nonconforming or defective Flooring (for defects in finish, this means refinishing the affected planks), (2) provision of conforming planks to replace any nonconforming planks, including a reasonable allowance for associated costs of removal and reinstallation, but this allowance shall be included only during the first two years of use and it does not include the cost of removal of fixtures installed on the Flooring, (3) refund of the purchase price for any nonconforming planks that have not been installed, or (4) refund of the percentage of the purchase price for the nonconforming planks equal to the percentage of the Warranty Period remaining when Teragren is notified of the nonconformity.

THESE REMEDIES SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE AND SOLE REMEDIES FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.

If the Flooring does not conform to the Warranty, the Owner must notify Teragren in writing at the address below within thirty (30) days after discovering the nonconformity.  The notice must describe the location and nature of the nonconformity.  The owner must give Teragren a reasonable opportunity to examine the claimed nonconformity before undertaking any repairs, removal or replacement.  The owner must present the original invoice, bill or other proof of the date of purchase.  Compliance with the requirements of this paragraph is a condition to coverage under the Warranty: if these requirements are not complied with, Teragren will have no obligation to remedy any nonconformities.

Exclusion of Incidental and Consequential Damages.
IN NO EVENT SHALL TERAGREN BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMGES, WHETHER RESULTING FROM NONDELIVERY OR FROM THE USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT OR FROM DEFECTS IN THE PRODDUCT OR FROM TERAGREN'S OWN NEGLIGENCE.

Severability.    If any provision of this warranty is found to be invalid or unenforceable, then the remainder shall have full force and effect.

Applicable Law.    This Warranty will be interpreted, construed and enforced in all respects in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington, without reference to its choice of law principles.  The U.N. Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods will not apply to this Warranty.

Teragren LLC
12715 Miller Rd. NE, Suite 301
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
p. 800.929.6333 / 206.842.9477
f. 206.842.9456 / www.teragren.com