Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by SoreBack Awesome Flooring (just two issues)
We love the flooring and as a result of the design change it was even easier to install than it was the first time we used the product. This was the issue though. We laid this floor in a room about 2 years ago and loved it so much we decided to continue it through the next room. We ordered the materials and it was only then that we detected a design change. The flooring would join the existing flooring on the long edge but the end joint design would not allow us to use leftover material from the previous work in the same run (end to end) with the new material. This resulted in the loss of use for a few left over boards. Also about 4 pc (8 feet approximately) of the new material spanning 9 boxes were damaged to the point of unusable. We still love the flooring and would have went ahead even if we had known these things in advance but it would have been nice to know.
March 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by workwoman Beautiful addition to our home. We love it!!
I installed this distressed finish hardwood floor in my kitchen and breakfast nook about 2 years ago. Last year, I purchased more and installed it in my main bath and hallway. My most recent purchase was to extend it into one of the bedrooms. The distressed finish adds so much texture and beauty to the room, and it hides the fact that I may not have cleaned in a few days (or weeks). It's gorgeous, and I get many, many compliments on it's beauty.
October 25, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RS86 Nice distressed flooring
we did and extra guest bedroom and it came out great. The floor has gotten many compliments. We were nervous buying online as we ready had no idea what the floor would look like other than the small online photo. It came out better than I had thought.
May 2, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Samm Love the look and ease of installation!
I installed this flooring about a year ago and decided to wait to leave a review. I purchased it because I liked the idea of having a plywood(stable) substrate, how the distressed finish looked, and the wide plank. I still love the stuff but I think it is for certain situations and mine would not be one. I installed it in my living room dinning area which gets the most traffic in the house, including my 65 lb dog. The dog easily scratches the finish but being it is a distressed look I can easily repair it with a black marker and some poly. The biggest con I have found with it so far is that the veneer will separate from the plywood substrate if too much water is allowed to set on the wood. When washing make sure to use as little water as possible, also if you have a dog and they have an accident on it you best be home to clean it up right away. I have spots in my floor that cannot be repaired because of the veneer separation but I knew this could be a problem when I installed it. All in all I think this product would be great in a none animal homes or rooms that do not see a lot of traffic.
October 22, 2011