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Mocha Fossilized® Eucalyptus Flooring

The World's Hardest Floors™

  • Chart-topping Janka Rating
  • 50-year residential warranty
  • 10-coat scratch resistant finish
  • Ultra-low VOC; no added urea formaldehyde
  • Milling Styles: Wide Click, Wide T&G

A floor rich in character, Mocha Fossilized® eucalyptus mimics the beauty of tigerwood flooring with bold, lustrous strokes of chocolate-brown tones. The flooring's expressive palette features a tight, swirling grain and exotic knots, creating an attention-grabbing backdrop to any room. A popular pick for interior designers and style-conscious homeowners, Mocha eucalyptus flooring will give your room that wow-factor you've been looking for.

Pet Friendly

Dog-lovers rejoice! Fossilized® floors are scratch resistant, paw-tested and proven to stand up against dog claws.

High Heel

No need to leave your shoes at the door! Fossilized® floors hold up to even the ultimate hardwood killer: stiletto heels.


Our flooring is ultra-low VOC, so you can rest assured that you're protecting your family from harmful chemicals.

Designed to Last
a Lifetime

Install once and enjoy forever! We built on bamboo's naturally strong design for durability you can count on... for life.
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Wide Click

Most popular for DIYers, click lock installation system is designed to easily snap together. Wide planks offer a more contemporary, expansive look.

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Brand GreenClaimed®
Grain Fossilized® Strand Eucalyptus
Length 47-1/4 inches
Width 5-1/4 inches
Thickness 9/16 inch
Milling Click Lock
Finish 10 Coat Durability Sealing System
Janka Rating 4108 lbs. See Test Results
Warranty 50 Year Residential
Indoor Air Quality Super E0, No added urea formaldehyde
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LEED Points EQc4.4 | MRc6
Installation Type Glue Down, Floating Floor
Application Residential, Commercial
Characteristics Smooth Surface, Micro Bevel Edge
Plank Color Range High
Certification Available FSC Available Upon Request

Wide T&G

Preferred by most contractors, traditional T&G (tongue & groove) flooring allows for glue down, nail down, or floating installation. Wide planks offer a more contemporary, expansive look.

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Brand GreenClaimed®
Grain Fossilized® Strand Eucalyptus
Length 48 inches
Width 5-1/8 inches
Thickness 9/16 inch
Milling T&G
Finish 10 Coat Durability Sealing System
Janka Rating 3390 lbs. See Test Results
Warranty 50 Year Residential
Indoor Air Quality Super E0, No added urea formaldehyde
View Test Results
LEED Points EQc4.4 | MRc6
Installation Type Glue Down, Floating Floor, Nail Down
Application Residential, Commercial
Characteristics Smooth Surface, Micro Bevel Edge
Plank Color Range High
Certification Available FSC Available Upon Request

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Additional Product Info

  • Accessories
  • Installation Items
  • Floor Care Items
  • Installation & Maintenance
  • FAQs
It's all in the details. Accessory pieces make every part of your flooring project look and fit great.
All accessories are available upon request, designed to match your floor color.
Keep your floors looking brand new for years to come with these care & maintenance items. To learn how to care for your new floors, visit our Care & Maintenance page.
Install and maintain your floors like a pro!
We rounded up everything you need to WOW your family and friends with a flawless install.
Have additional questions? Give us a shout!

Pre-Installation Guide

Pre-Installation Guide

Prevent DIY blunders and make your floors look great by following the two most important steps: acclimation and expansion gaps.

Installation Instructions

Installation Instructions

Straightforward with no confusing IKEA diagrams, the official Cali Bamboo Flooring Guidelines help you install with confidence.

Care & Maintenance

Care & Maintenance

Learn how to keep your neighbors ooo-ing and aww-ing at your new floors for decades with proper care and maintenance.

Q. Why should I choose Cali Bamboo® Floors For Your Home?
A. There are several advantages to using Cali Bamboo® Flooring as opposed to traditional hardwood flooring.

Environmental Advantage
Eucalyptus is the most environmentally friendly wood product on Earth because it is the fastest growing plant on record. It takes 30-50 years for an oak tree to grow back after it is cut down for wood flooring. Eucalyptus, on the other hand, can be sustainably harvested for flooring every 5-7 years.

Structural advantage
Eucalyptus flooring can be twice as hard as oak floors and expand at half the rate of most hardwoods, making the wood fibers in Eucalyptus much more ideal for flooring. These unique physical characteristics make Eucalyptus more suitable for a range of applications and installation environments.

Cost Advantage
Eucalyptus flooring actually costs less than most hardwoods. Sounds odd, but because Eucalyptus is a grass and grows back so much faster than trees, the Eucalyptus supply is not in the jeopardy of other hardwoods. Also, because so many individuals and businesses have discovered the benefits of Eucalyptus flooring in the last few years, the size of the product's market has increased exponentially, bringing down manufacturing and distribution costs.

Logistical Advantage
Unlike most Eucalyptus flooring companies, Cali Bamboo manufactures its own flooring and ships from our own distribution centers, meaning the product will arrive quickly and efficiently. If any problem arises, simply contact us and we will fix it. Your warranty is guaranteed by us, as opposed to an unknown foreign company who may or may not honor it.
Q. How do I care for and maintain my Eucalyptus floors?
A. Here are some basic practices that will help maintain a good looking floor for decades:

Cali Bamboo recommends vacuuming or sweeping the floor on a regular basis to remove dirt, sand or grit. Soak up spills immediately using a dry towel or dry mop. Never wet-mop a hardwood floor. Protect floor from moving furniture by using "feet" or protective caps. Pick up heavy objects; do not slide furniture or appliances across the floor. Keep pets nails trimmed to avoid excess scratching. Avoid rubber backed, vinyl or non-ventilated rugs. Limit direct sunlight on floor by using curtains and blinds in areas that are exposed to high UV rays. Maintain humidity between 40% -60%. Floor wax and oil should not be used.

Q. What are the differences between the various kinds of Eucalyptus flooring and which do I need?
A. There are several different manufacturing techniques in the world of Eucalyptus flooring as well as many color and size variations, providing you with hundreds of different flooring styles to choose from. When making a selection, consider the following two features:

- Solid Eucalyptus Flooring manufacturing technique – This process is where Eucalyptus is cut into rectangular strips and laminated together. If the strips are laminated side to side and the face is shown, it is referred to as horizontal. If the same strips are laminated in a perpendicular fashion and the shorter side is being viewed, the grain is referred to as vertical.

- Beyond the color and size variations that account for the visual difference, the initial choice of raw material and technique by which the strips are processed makes a huge difference and is what separates flooring into different quality categories. The finishing process which protects the floor from surface wear and tear is another major determinant of the overall quality of the floor. High-quality finishing is a crucial step, but one which may go undetected by the buyer. This can mean the difference between a budget floor which can end up scratched by a mere fingernail and a floor which can withstand the falls of heavy objects without any damage!

- Strand Woven (Cali Bamboo® Fossilized Series) – In this manufacturing process Eucalyptus is cut into random strip sizes and then pressed under extreme pressure along with specialized adhesives. This manufacturing process produces flooring that is harder and denser than traditional solid Eucalyptus flooring as well as most traditional hardwood floors. The strand woven -- or fossilized -- process creates a random grain similar in look to traditional hardwood flooring but with significantly superior strength and durability. Just as in the solid Eucalyptus manufacturing process, the raw material stock, processing procedures, and crucial final coating technique makes the difference between high-quality, durable floors and a more susceptible and easily damaged floor.
Q. How do I install Eucalyptus flooring?
A: It depends on the type of subfloor, existing floor and application, but there are three basic ways to install Eucalyptus flooring:

- Glue Down Method
- Floating Click-Lock Method
- Floating T&G Method
- T&G Nail Down Method

Consult our flooring experts to determine the best installation technique for you. 888.788.2254.
Q. Do you sell Eucalyptus accessories like stair parts and transition pieces?
A: Yes. We sell all types of Eucalyptus flooring accessories and stair parts including Eucalyptus stair treads, Eucalyptus stair risers, Eucalyptus stair nosing, Eucalyptus reducers, Eucalyptus t-molding, Eucalyptus quarter rounds, Eucalyptus thresholds, and Eucalyptus baseboards as well as all the glues and adhesives you will need for to complete your project.

A Better Hardwood

Quite Simply The World's Hardest Floors™

Life happens on your floor. Pick the one that's built to last.
Cali Bamboo's Fossilized® flooring scored an unprecedented 5,547 pounds on the Janka test, making it the hardest wood flooring in the world.

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We know picking a floor for your home can be a tough decision, so we're here to help! Call us to chat about your project, get expert advice, and learn about pricing.

Fossilized® Floors by Cali Bamboo

We use 30% more material in our proprietary Fossilized® manufacturing.
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Why Eucalyptus?



Eucalyptus is one of the fastest growing plants on Earth. These trees reach full height in as little as 14 years, and can be harvested without harming to the plant or its surrounding environment.
Global Growth

Global Growth

Eucalyptus trees need little water to thrive and grow globally in almost any climate, which reduces water consumption and transportation requirements.
Unique & Versatile

Unique & Versatile

Eucalyptus flooring features a bold wood grain with a Janka Hardness score of over 3,500 pounds - making it a beautiful and sustainable choice.

Our Impact:

Trees saved

Less pounds of CO2 in the air every year

Acres of habitat saved

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