Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 32
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by LMR820 Great flooring
We love the look of this flooring. Very rustic as we wanted. My husband has installed flooring before but this job was a little more work than we both anticipated. You will definitely need 2 people to install if you do it yourself.
March 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Andrea Poor product
Easy to install, however, majority of the top of the laminate was damaged. Very noticeable!
March 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nannykins Gorgeous flooring and a great value!
This flooring was purchased to replace my downstairs flooring. We decided on it from a picture online and were a little worried about how it would look when we installed it since we hadn't seen it at the store. There are plenty variations in the different pieces to give a very natural look. I'm very pleased with the flooring.
September 8, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Bradlee Beautiful but horrible
By far the biggest pain in the butt to install,the flooring is thick yes, but is it durable, no It chips and it's really difficult to get to lock together an almost nonexistent tongue and groove makes for a huge headache. Also not the best quality either. But on the plus side it is beautiful
March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Garths Beautiful Durable Flooring
If you are looking for a "natural, old wood" look.... this is it! Beautiful floor. It is a very neutral brown.. so any color would look nice with it. The planks are thick (thicker than any other laminate flooring we have installed). It appears to be well made, very durable, it's super easy to clean, and dog nails have not scratched it. We are very happy with it! It wasn't the easiest floor to install... the planks do not "lock". You get a plank started, and all seems well... but once you get to the end.. the front end has slipped back out. If you have help (one person to stand on the front end, while the other goes down the plank tapping it in place) it goes in a lot easier. It was worth the little extra effort to install it though.. very nice flooring and we are very happy with it!!!!
June 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by emanon Love my new floor
I love this flooring because of the look, the feel underfoot, and I'm to understand from my installer it was quite easy. I felt the price was pretty good as well. I read reviews after i purchased it (I know, backwards) and was pleased to read it looked like old barn wood. I guess that is the drawback with small samples in store, you don't get to see how it looks in a large area. However, I couldn't be more pleased. sorry the pix don't show alot of the floor, but give an idea.
April 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Sharon Reclaimed Barnwood
This product is a HIGHLY distressed look with 25% of the slats containing the appearance of reclaimed barnwood. Very rustic!!!!! Great if you are looking for the "Farmhouse" look. Unfortunately, the display in the store showed NO distressing whatsoever. A big surprise when we took delivery and layed it out. Had to return to store.
January 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DIYGirl A little difficult to install, but worth the effort
I am a pretty handy diy-er, but had never installed flooring before. We purchased this product to cover a large hall, and had it professionally installed. There were lots of weird angles and so forth, so we didn't want to tackle it ourselves. The Home Depot installers were wonderful, as others have said, cleaned up well, installed beautifully, completed the job in half a day, etc.
We decided to carry the product into our bedroom. After all, it is just a rectangle, with the exception of an angled entry. Problem is, we wanted to match the point where it joined the hall, but needed to match at a transition strip, meaning all of my starting pieces were at angles, meaning no way to tap them in, and nothing to hold them in place once they were started.
After starting and restarting some four rows of flooring and having random pieces pop out and slide, I gave up on matching and started on the other side, where the room was square. Installation was much easier, but, as others have said, I still had pieces pop out when I "tapped" new pieces into place to get the ends to join properly. I am a reasonably strong woman, but would hardly call the effort required to get the pieces to join a tap. I finally settled on completing a row, making sure the long edges were in properly, and waiting until the floor was completed before going back and re-"tapping" the short edges back in to place.
It is a beautiful floor, and worth the effort. It was not quite as easy as some of the videos demonstrating installation of laminate portray, but consider that a small woman was able to complete it alone, and you can get an idea of the effort required.
January 21, 2016