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Bruce Antique Linen 8 mm Thick x 15.94 in. Wide x 47.76 in. Length Laminate Flooring (21.15 sq. ft. / case)
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Antique Linen 8 mm Thick x 15.94 in. Wide x 47.76 in. Length Laminate Flooring (21.15 sq. ft. / case)

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$2.99 /sq. ft.
Covers 21.15 sq. ft.
$63.24 /case

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Antique Linen offers a stunningly realistic look of natural limestone tile in a durable, low maintenance laminate that can be installed on any level, at a fraction of the cost. Featuring an inner core designed to resist moisture from above and below and an easy care finish in semi-gloss to protect against spills, stains, fading and wear all backed by a 30-year residential warranty. Can be floated over most existing floors without messy glues (glue required in full baths), for a professional result and a virtually seamless appearance. Exceptional performance and versatility make Bruce laminate a valuable and worry-free choice, especially for active households with children and pets.

  • Antique Linen Stone Laminate Flooring
  • 8 mm thickness x 15.94 in. width x 47.76 in. length
  • Coordinate with moldings made for 8 mm laminate flooring
  • 21.15 sq. ft. per case. Case quantity: 4. Case weight: 39.6 lb.
  • Prefinished Antique Linen Light Color with Semi-Gloss Finish, Possible 3 Tile Visual per Plank, 3 Possible Visuals per Carton
  • Planks have square edges
  • No attached underlayment
  • Appropriate Grade for Installation: Above, On or Below Grade
  • Select radiant heating may be used
  • Can be installed over both concrete and wooden subfloors
  • Residential and commercial use
  • 30-year residential and 5-year light commercial
  • Don't forget about your coordinating trim and molding
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for cuts

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Can this be installed directly over vinyl sheet flooring in above grade utility room?

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Cleveland, Oh
August 22, 2013
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Whiting. New Jersey
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July 28, 2015
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I have installed Laminate floor over vinyl sheeting and as long as the sheeting is level and tight you should have no problems.
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Rockville, MD, USA
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January 11, 2014
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According to the box, it says you can. But I removed the existing flooring before installing.
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September 5, 2013
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Yes, if the vinyl is firmly attached to the subfloor - no bubbles, etc. If there is a water source in the utility room (such as a sink, etc.), you should caulk around the perimeter and use wood glue on the joints near the water source.
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Lancaster, PA
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August 30, 2013
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Click on the link below to view the complete installation instructions for L6573.
I hope that this information is helpful.
http://www.floorexpert.com/Armstrong/fpoxpert.nsf/fa8b05540df3359785256eba00710744/e1b3edbb3613d9c9852579c0006220ee?OpenDocument
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can this be installed in bath

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October 25, 2012
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Rockville, MD, USA
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January 11, 2014
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I don't think I would install this flooring in a bathroom. I don't think it would do well where there's a lot of moisture. It's not very thick, I used it in a very small laundry room in my condo.
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Yes, with extra steps. You will need to caulk the entire perimeter of the bathroom after installing the floor. The caulk goes into the expansion space you left for the boards. Use silicone caulk, since it will remain flexible and allow the boards to "float." Also, you should use wood glue on any joints within five feet of the shower/tub/commode/sink. The click/lock makes a good seam, but you really don't Read More
Yes, with extra steps. You will need to caulk the entire perimeter of the bathroom after installing the floor. The caulk goes into the expansion space you left for the boards. Use silicone caulk, since it will remain flexible and allow the boards to "float." Also, you should use wood glue on any joints within five feet of the shower/tub/commode/sink. The click/lock makes a good seam, but you really don't want to take the chance that if water puddles on the floor it might seep into the seam. Wood glue on the seam immediately before clicking together provides peace of mind. Read Less
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Lancaster, PA
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October 26, 2012
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Yes, this laminate may be installed in a half bath or full bathroom. Please see the installation instructions attached below.
"Full Bathroom Installations—100% silicone caulk must be used around the entire perimeter and a 3/32" bead of glue on the top of the tongue ONLY. Bathroom installation is for residential use Read More
Yes, this laminate may be installed in a half bath or full bathroom. Please see the installation instructions attached below.
"Full Bathroom Installations—100% silicone caulk must be used around the entire perimeter and a 3/32" bead of glue on the top of the tongue ONLY. Bathroom installation is for residential use only."
http://www.floorexpert.com/Armstrong/fpoxpert.nsf/fa8b05540df3359785256eba00710744/e1b3edbb3613d9c9852579c0006220ee?OpenDocument Read Less
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October 25, 2012
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Hi there dee,
This can indeed be installed in a bathroom scenario. Bruce recommends that for full bath installs, a glue installation be used. They recommend using either Armstrong Pro-Connect or Bruce Equalizer products, both of which are available through Bruce-Armstrong directly.
You can float these as normal though, you need to make sure to properly caulk around the entire perimeter of the floor.
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Is this beveled to look like separate tiles?

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Ken
North Carolina
June 10, 2013
It appears there are 3 squares per separate board. Is the grout looking borders for each board beveled to look like separate tiles, or is it totally flat? i.e. does it look like each square is a separate tile, or does it look like groups of three tiles? Is there any texture or indentations between the 3 squares per board?

Also, can this be installed installed over existing vinal flooring?
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Rockville, MD, USA
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Yes, there are 3 squares per separate board, & it's pretty flat. However, it does look like tile once it's installed. You can't tell there's any separation because the boards lock together. I used it in a small laundry room in my condo.
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The "grout lines" are slightly indented from the tiles, so it truly looks like a regular tiled grout line. At first glance, it would bear a strong resemblance to a tiled floor. Also, the squares themselves have texture, so they look more like stone tiles. Overall, it is a good looking floor.
Yes, you can install over existing vinyl if the vinyl is in good condition - firmly attached to the subfloor, no Read More
The "grout lines" are slightly indented from the tiles, so it truly looks like a regular tiled grout line. At first glance, it would bear a strong resemblance to a tiled floor. Also, the squares themselves have texture, so they look more like stone tiles. Overall, it is a good looking floor.
Yes, you can install over existing vinyl if the vinyl is in good condition - firmly attached to the subfloor, no bubbles, etc. Read Less
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No, this laminate does not have a bevel on the sides of the boards. It does have a 3 tile visual and 3 possible visual variations per carton.
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Can this be used in the kitchen?

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February 12, 2013
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I suppose it could be used in a kitchen. I wouldn't personally choose this type of flooring for a kitchen. I would use something more durable for a kitchen. I used it in a very small laundry room in my condo.
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Yes, if you use wood glue on any joints within five feet of the dishwasher and the sink. Also, use silicone caulk in the perimeter of the floor near the dishwasher and sink.
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Yes, this product can be installed in a kitchen. We would recommend using 100% silicone caulk in the expansion areas of rooms where excessive moisture may be present, such as at kitchen sinks, dishwashers and ice makers. It would also be wise to use our Bruce Everseal or Armstrong 99 adhesive on top of the tongue when locking the boards together in these areas as well.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Would not snap together---Defective--had to be returned--19 boxes Professional installer could not install this Armstrong laminate flooring over the underlayment because the pieces would NOT snap together. They tried different pieces from different boxes. No luck. There was a gap along the seam that you could slip two pieces of binder paper inside. When they stood on the floor, it "wabbled" and squeeked. I had to return the flooring to Home Depot, which was very accommodating; they even unloaded the boxes from the back of my truck. Home Depot flooring salesman promised that if I ordered all the boxes from them, they would be from the same "create date". They were NOT. Of my 18 boxes ordered together, 10 were from December 2015 and 8 were from January 2016. This had no bearing in the fitment; no pieces would snap together. October 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not pleased The floor looks good but squeaks and creaks when walked on. August 16, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not the best floor Love the look of this product in the store. I wasn't happy that I had to order it (it's not available in store, but it didn't actually say that at the display). If I had know that it wasn't available in store I would have ordered it before we were ready to install it. When it did arrive it was damaged, the edges were broken, the corners were chipped and it was noticeable after installation. I had to paint the grout lines to hide the damage. I would not recommend this product to anyone. April 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Huge Disappointment Installed per instructions on a solid and level floor with good insulated underlayment. All seams offset by 1 "tile", floor creaks and pops as you walk across it. You can see the joints flex and if you are wearing socks the joints will catch and pinch the fabric. The "grout lines" are poorly spaced which causes them not to line up very well. Overall I wouldn't recommend this product to my worst enemy, I'm stuck with a $700 hot mess of a floor that looks nice until you walk on it. April 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by armstrong laminate flooring - antique linen The product was delivered as promised and it turnrd out beautiful. Everyone loves it! April 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product Was shipped timely and arrived in the time I expected. Unfortunately two of the pieces were damaged in shipping. I will use those as my cut pieces on install. Local Home Depot offered to replace or refund those pieces though. February 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Garbage Ordered 5 cases special order. 4 out the 5 cases were damaged. You sent out 4 cases to replace damaged ones, most of those were damaged. Installer tried to put down what he had because the project had been delayed two week already . Halfway into the install, he was unable to come close to finding enough undamaged pieces to complete the job. We agreed to abandon the job. Had to pay the installer a half a days labor. Returned all related components. This product was of very poor quality. Would never buy this brand of product again!!!!!!!!!! August 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Antique Linen Laminate Flooring - I had this MDL. # L6573, SKU # 856-665, Antique Linen laminate flooring installed in my kitchen to complete a total remodeling job. The laminate floor was installed by a professional floor installer and all instructions were followed to insure the installation would be done correctly. The installed floor creaks and crackles very loudly when walked on and it has been down for two weeks. The kitchen was only a 10X12 and enough space was left around the border and the floor was flat and smooth and the underlayment was used. The tech at Armstrong is blaming installation and floor problems on the cause and they do not want to make good for a bad product. I want to thank the floor tech at Home Depot for helping me out with talking to this company. I would not recommend this product. Bill in Whiting, N.J. July 28, 2015
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