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Home Decorators Collection HDC Distressed Brown Hickory 12 mm Thick x 6 1/4 in. Wide x 50 25/32 in. Length Laminate Flooring (15.45 sq.ft. / case)

Home Decorators Collection

HDC Distressed Brown Hickory 12 mm Thick x 6 1/4 in. Wide x 50 25/32 in. Length Laminate Flooring (15.45 sq.ft. / case)

  • Distressed hickory finish for a rustic look
  • Durable AC4 layer is designed for residential and commercial use
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This Distressed Brown Hickory 12 mm x 6.26 in. x 50.78 in. Laminate Flooring (15.45 sq. ft. /case) from Home Decorators Collection is authentically handcrafted and features generous 6.26 in. wide planks. Ideal for any room in your home and for a wide range of decor, this 4-sided beveled edge laminate offers an CARB P2 certified HDF core for a healthier home environment, is GREENGUARD certified and has wood in its core that was harvested from PEFC certified forests. 12 mm thick, this laminate has an AC4 wear layer and offers a triple warranty against staining, fade and wear and is suitable for on, above or below grade installations. Installs easily with a glue less locking system.

  • Home Decorators Collection Distressed Brown Hickory Glueless Laminate Flooring
  • 12 mm thickness x 6.26 in. width x 50.78 in. length
  • Cooardinates with end profile, transition profile, reducer profile and stair profile; all profiles must ensure an free expansion space of min 12 mm
  • 15.45 sq. ft. per case. Case quantity: 7. Case weight: 31.88 lb.
  • State of the Art, Realistic Embossed in Register Finish
  • 4 sided beveled edges
  • No attached underlayment; an underlayment with vapour barrier is required for damp or below grade installation
  • Appropriate Grade for Installation: Above Grade, On Grade or Below Grade
  • Can be installed over water-based radiant heat
  • Can be installed over both concrete and wooden subfloors
  • Residential and commercial use
  • 50-year residential and 7-year light commercial warranty
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim and moldings
  • 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
  • European made with an CARB P2 certified HDF core
  • Greenguard and Greenguard Gold certified

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Can I move my large refrigerator across the floor after installation?

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September 21, 2016
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Yes, but be very careful. I would suggest putting it on a dolly cart to move it or on a soft blanket to help move it to protect the floor. Try not to slide it too far because any tiny particles on the floor could scratch the floor.
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December 28, 2014
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If everything was done properly, yes you can move the refrigerator. But I would not suggest a daily moving of the refrigerator. I would also suggest something be put under the refrigerator so you do not scratch the finish of the floor while you are moving the refrigerator back into its place. .
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September 21, 2014
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You can but why? utilize a dolly. If you don't have one, I suggest you invest in one. You never know when you will need to move something heavy.
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Yes i moved all my furniture . The guy that layed my floor hit it several times hard with a hammer To show me it left no marks
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May 22, 2014
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I installed this in a bathroom. It has taken quite a beating since then (installing new shower stall, install of flange extender and new toilet, plus an 18 month old who thinks the bathroom is the best place to play with his toys) and not a scratch or dent anywhere!
If you will be dragging/pushing the fridge, I'd recommend a cloth underneath it. I wouldn't worry too much though, my son is a brute :) and
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I installed this in a bathroom. It has taken quite a beating since then (installing new shower stall, install of flange extender and new toilet, plus an 18 month old who thinks the bathroom is the best place to play with his toys) and not a scratch or dent anywhere!
If you will be dragging/pushing the fridge, I'd recommend a cloth underneath it. I wouldn't worry too much though, my son is a brute :) and he hasn't made a dent on this like he has every other floor in our house :)
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You can pretty much do whatever you like after you own it so, Yes. That said I'll try to address some common concerns I might be faced with in this situation. First, are the planks installed and "locked" together properly? If there is a plank that is loose and raised higher than the rest of the floor a wheel on a heavy refrigerator could crush the edge preventing that particular plank from ever being Read More
You can pretty much do whatever you like after you own it so, Yes. That said I'll try to address some common concerns I might be faced with in this situation. First, are the planks installed and "locked" together properly? If there is a plank that is loose and raised higher than the rest of the floor a wheel on a heavy refrigerator could crush the edge preventing that particular plank from ever being "locked back in." Next, Are the wheels on my refrigerator free and clear as well as in good working condition? If the unit wobbles there may be an issue with one of the wheels which could do damage. If one of the wheels is stuck with debris or something and not rolling freely that also could do damage. And finally be sure there is nothing under the unit dragging (debris or any parts from the actual unit). If there is a transition molding where you will be rolling give care to get over that small hump without mashing up the molding. Other than that, you should be fine Read Less
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May 9, 2014
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Katy,
Thank you for your question! As with any surface, please take caution when doing so to prevent any damage to your floors and surrounding objects. Thank you for choosing The Home Depot!
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Glueing

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Peoria, IL
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I understand you don't have to glue this down to the sub-floor (just use an underlayment and it "floats"#. But, I have read that you DO have to glue the ends of the boards due to fact the pices don't truely snap together, rather the ends lay on top of each other? Can you elaborate on this? Is it really necessary? Is this really how the pieces go together? What kind of glue can be used #standard wood glue#? Have to do this over the entire floor, or just certain places?
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columbia, md
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Yes, your correct the manufacturer does recommend the Roberts 1407 glue for the end joint application. It is sold is most Home Depot stores .The 1 galloon bucket retails for approximately 27.98
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Rangeley Maine
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This particular brand does not snap together as well as others I have used. If the subfloor is uneven then you will have a problem with the ends. But then if you do glue them together and the subfloor is uneven you could end up breaking one of the planks by something such as a chair leg. I have never glued any of the ends together but, that is not to say I was not tempted in a couple of instances. The Read More
This particular brand does not snap together as well as others I have used. If the subfloor is uneven then you will have a problem with the ends. But then if you do glue them together and the subfloor is uneven you could end up breaking one of the planks by something such as a chair leg. I have never glued any of the ends together but, that is not to say I was not tempted in a couple of instances. The biggest factor here is that the subfloor is as smooth as possible and the joints are staggered. If I were to glue any ends, I would use a liquid nail type of glue. Read Less
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Rio Rancho NM
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September 21, 2014
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We installed our whole house. We utilized a high grade underlayment. We removed all the old base boards prior to installation. No glue needed on the ends. We had no issues with the planks snapping in place and certainly had no issues with them popping out of the grove. The base we are replacing should add even more stability to the edges. As would quarter inch round should do the same.
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We used no glue anywhere. our floor is true floating. all ends of all sides are under base molding around perimeter, T molding at doorways , and stair molding at the stair landing. I think what your referring to is adding a small amount of glue to where two boards meet. It is true that this system does'nt offer that reassuring "snap / click " sound , but I found the joints to be as tight as any other Read More
We used no glue anywhere. our floor is true floating. all ends of all sides are under base molding around perimeter, T molding at doorways , and stair molding at the stair landing. I think what your referring to is adding a small amount of glue to where two boards meet. It is true that this system does'nt offer that reassuring "snap / click " sound , but I found the joints to be as tight as any other similar system on the market. Light taps and the staggering of your planks should keep your floor together under normal sound circumstances. Read Less
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We did not glue any part of our floor and the ends are staying down perfectly. We are still very pleased with our flooring.
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Most do fit together depends on the floor your laying it on I used small finishing nails rather than glue
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Accessories

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Are there any accessories? We need something with a finished edge for a couple of areas.
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Pay attention to height limitations on any transition pieces you might buy. The one I originally purchased through HD had a max height of 12mm. Since I installed a 3mm underlayment, and wanted the track in direct contact with the subfloor (no underlayment in between), the product didn't work for my application. I did find another product at another home improvement store that maxed out at 15mm with an Read More
Pay attention to height limitations on any transition pieces you might buy. The one I originally purchased through HD had a max height of 12mm. Since I installed a 3mm underlayment, and wanted the track in direct contact with the subfloor (no underlayment in between), the product didn't work for my application. I did find another product at another home improvement store that maxed out at 15mm with an included spacer, and the color match was spot on. In addition, it was a 4-in-1 product that could be used in a variety of applications (lam to lam, lam to carpet, lam to hard surface, etc), so it was more versatile. Read Less
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Yes Home Depot sells strips just for this. It is very easy to install and matches the color of the flooring. It is normally used in doorways as a finish to the floor.
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yes, if not at the store then on line.
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There is a handful of generic moldings available that will provide a finished edge for basically any possible situation at your local store. We used the in stock t-mold and multi purpose reducer mold from our local store. You may have to "fish" through a bunch of different finishes and colors to find the match for your floor but it is most likely there because they stock molding compatible with the types Read More
There is a handful of generic moldings available that will provide a finished edge for basically any possible situation at your local store. We used the in stock t-mold and multi purpose reducer mold from our local store. You may have to "fish" through a bunch of different finishes and colors to find the match for your floor but it is most likely there because they stock molding compatible with the types of floor they sell. We also needed a Stair Nose to finish at the top step. Had to order that piece on-line because there wasn't one that matched at our local stores. We used a step nose which is generic and matched well. I could have looked into a flush nose for the stair from the manufacturer but chose not to since the area was so small and had multiple raised moldings (3 total) at all the door entrances. Read Less
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August 16, 2014
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Hey Michele,
In terms of transition trims to use for a finished edge you require, check out this link below of the matching Distressed Brown Hickory reducer strip.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Unbranded-Distressed-Brown-Hickory-1-2-in-Thick-x-1-3-4-in-Wide-x-72-in-Length-Laminate-Multi-Purpose-Reducer-Molding-0137621525/204257325
This will give you a matching step down transition that will finalize the Read More
Hey Michele,
In terms of transition trims to use for a finished edge you require, check out this link below of the matching Distressed Brown Hickory reducer strip.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Unbranded-Distressed-Brown-Hickory-1-2-in-Thick-x-1-3-4-in-Wide-x-72-in-Length-Laminate-Multi-Purpose-Reducer-Molding-0137621525/204257325
This will give you a matching step down transition that will finalize the look of your floor.
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do I start laying in the middle of the floor and do I start with a full piece or half?

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No! This is not tile. Start at your longest exterior wall.
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If you just finished laying your floor, are tired , and want to lay in the middle of your new floor, then have at it and enjoy!!!! If you are starting your installation and asking that question, I would recommend reading the instructions, maybe watching a few installation videos and possibly contacting a professional and/or your local home depot installation services representative.
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When laying Laminate Flooring I always started on one side of a room and worked across the room.When starting my first a row would use a whole plank. if I had to make a cut at the end of the row I would use what was left over to start the next row as long as it was bigger than 6".
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Start at the wall, end with the side that would be the least noticeable if you have to trim. That is how we did ours.
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You start in the corner you need to measure the room and divide it by the width of the board, do not include the tongue on the board. You want to see how many rows it will take. If it lmeasyre out the you willhave less than 2 inches to finish the last row, cut the first row by a couple inches so you can add it to the last row. Good luck.
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Distressed Brown Hickory 12 mm x 6 1/4 in. x 50 25/32 in. Laminate Flooring (15.45 sq. ft. / case) is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 110.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I had an independent contractor install this floor 2-1/2 years ago to replace carpet in my three ... I had an independent contractor install this floor 2-1/2 years ago to replace carpet in my three bedrooms. I have not had any issues with crackling, scratching, warping or other negative outcomes. However, I do not have dogs, and my children are in their 20's, not prone to playing with their toys on the floor! So perhaps my floor doesn't take the hardest abuse. I have had a small amount of water spilled on it which actually sat for a couple of days with no effect on the floor. The contractor put a thick underlayment as a base for the floor which has kept it quiet, and after installation, he put felt pads on the bottom of all furniture used in those rooms to keep them from scratching/denting. But the floor does feel very durable and it looks beautiful. I am very pleased with the color and the wood grain. As far as laminate goes, I am very happy with this floor.
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stay away from this floor!!! If you like walking in your home and hear this loud noise - you will love this floor. You can't make one step without waking up all household members !! It was installed professionally, following all rules. It was in our house for a week or more before it was installed. The Locking system of this "floating" floor doesnt work - some boards popping out or i can see them moving when i step on them. We purchased nice expensive underlyment for the noise reduction and now it sounds like 100 years old house! We removed carpet to put this floor. Now I want that carpet back - this how bad the noise is. However, it does look very pretty. But i want quiet floor!!!
Date published: 2016-08-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great look. I've had this flooring in my kitchen for two years and just recently installed it in the adjoining family room. It looks fantastic. There has been no fading of the kitchen floor even though I have a sliding patio door with a southern exposure. There are no scratches and no signs of wear. The connection into the family room was seamless. I get lots of compliments on the flooring.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beautiful but - Beware!! First, I must say this is one of the most realistic and beautiful looking laminate floors I have seen in a distressed wood look. That is why we purchased it. Second, I am a professional contractor - a home builder/remodeler of 30 years. I have seen laminate floors progress over the years in look and quality and we have a lot of great options today. However, this has got to be the noisiest flooring I have ever installed. This floor is worse then a box of rice-crispies, when it comes to snap, crackle, and pop. We installed close to 800 sq.ft., some on concrete slab floor, some on plywood sub-floor. All surfaces were preped with a good quality underlayment too. Some areas are perfectly flat, some areas could probably have used a little leveling. If the noise was restricted to just the areas that need a little leveling I would be ok with that, as I completely understand the mechanics of this type of flooring. But this is not the case, it is noisy all over, and unacceptably noisy. Now let me explain - its not the click-click noise that is normal when you walk across laminate flooring - it sounds as if the interlocking joints are going to fail. Which brings up another point, I have had a considerable amount of end joints actually fail. Again, I am not an amateur, this is a professional opinion. I would definitely have to seriously think twice about purchasing a comparable (or any other at this point) Home Decorators Flooring product from HD again. If you do a little research you will find I am not the only one to have this problem, unfortunately I did not find this information out until it was too late. I hope this helps some others - Thanks for reading!!
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this stuff is a great value. it's easy to install and looks great, within the right context of co... this stuff is a great value. it's easy to install and looks great, within the right context of course. matter of fact, it looks better than real wood [veneer] engineered flooring...it doesn't have that cheesy glossy look to it, and half the price or less... looks natural.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I've been looking for I've been looking for flooring for months and am so pleased with this product!
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I am a licence general contractor of 25 years and have installed hundreds of laminate floors. Thi... I am a licence general contractor of 25 years and have installed hundreds of laminate floors. This flooring is without a doubt the worst flooring I have ever installed. It looks good but it crackles loudly with every step! The other reviewers must have submitted their reviews within the first few days of install because it seems fine until you have walked on it for a few day. Since installing this flooring I have talked to three other contractors who said the same thing about this floor. KEEP AWAY FROM THIS FLOOR, you will end up replacing it within a month!
Date published: 2016-10-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from One of the best laminate floorings Easy to install. Lays down one piece at a time. No need to click a whole row together and then strugle to place the whole row. Nice look, 12mm thick is a great quality and value. Only down side is that there were a lot of pieces I was unable to use as they were warped the long way and unable to click onto place. Not a big deal though, I simply returned the pieces that were faulty. I'm a contractor, laying floors for years would definatly use again. Layed it in my own home covering over 800 sq.ft. Its been down for over a year now.
Date published: 2016-07-24
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