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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Meeusen This is absolutely amazing flooring!
Before ordering this flooring I did some research on the quality and strength as I have a dog and three young boys who might as well be wild animals. To my surprise after installing this hardwood in my dining room and kitchen, it is much stronger than I expected. We live in a condo on the third floor and have to worry about the noise generated to the units below so make sure you buy a good pad/vapor barrier for this floor. After the install we were surprised to find that it was actually quieter to walk on than our old carpet. The combination of the thickness of the hardwood coupled with the BlackJack padding made it both look and feel amazing. One thing to consider with click-lock flooring is that you're going to have a decent amount of waste if you don't pay attention to the end you're cutting. My father and I did the install and realized after the first few boards that we were creating waste by cutting the wrong end. Keep this in mind and you won't have much waste at all! We could not be happier with this purchase!
May 3, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cocomom Looks Beautiful!
I chose this particular flooring because of the reviews & the photos other reviewers included. Also, the HD consultant said they were very "nice floors".
The overall color is warm brown & the pieces have a beautiful subtle variation of color, some darker, some lighter- giving them a very natural looking appearance. The day of the scheduled installation, the floor guys arrived & saw that our concrete floors were un-level [very un-level] We had to have them "leveled" with concrete before they could begin the click & lock installation. It required thirteen 50 lb bags & lots of extra labor- this added significant cost to what had been a relatively modest project but I'm trying to be positive- it was an unexpected home improvement. It's now 3 days later & the floor is complete & we are very happy. I look forward to being able to do the 3 remaining bedrooms with Home Legend Horizontal Toast bamboo very soon- after I find out about how level the existing concrete floor is. I hope this helps- good luck with whatever you decide.
October 6, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bb77 Love this flooring
I was looking for something other than tile and laminate for my master bathroom. I was going along the lines of a beach theme. I did the reviews and found that bamboo could withstand the humidity of a bathroom so decided on this product. It looks fantastic. I absolutely love the look. And after a year and a half, it still looks like the day I installed it. Best decision ever.
March 17, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by sbsntch Great Looking Product
Bamboo floors look great. I started with the kitchen and living room and liked it so much I put them in our bedroom as well.
Word of warning, use felt bottom on ALL furniture and have guests remove their shoes, especially if they are wearing heels. Product is easy to install and looks great, but if dents and scratches easy so if that is a problem for you, I would recommend looking into harder surfaces.
March 5, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Becky Not what I thought
The layer of actual bamboo on this flooring is very, very thin, maybe 1/8 of an inch. The rest is a composite wood. I ordered it on the website and didn't realize that it was not what I had looked at in the store, and when it arived, I was a little disapointed. The finish scratches really easily, too. That said, it went together great and looks beautiful. It's an average product, nicer than laminate, but you definately get what you pay for. If I had it to do again, I would get the slightly more expensive version that had much thicker bamboo on the surface.
October 17, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Billie Scratches easily
It looks okay...a little on the cheap side. If you have dogs with long nails, it scratches really easily. It's also really slippery. Also, it's difficult to clean as it leaves streaks whatever type of cleaning product you use. If your budget is small, I would recommend it, but if you can afford something better, I would recommend getting floor that is a little more sturdy and scratch-resistent.
February 22, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DIYer Nice Floor
We have a solid bamboo floor which was no longer available and needed something which matched the look/color for the adjacent room, but was DIY friendly (click-together). This product was a really good match and the price was right. We special-ordered 12 boxes, shipped to store, which took almost 2 weeks to come in from California. Overall the quality was as expected, with only about 4 boards with defects and/or damage from shipping. It cut with a table saw (with a new quality blade) easily. It locked together and installed very well. Since it is an engineered product with only about a 1/16" of real bamboo on top, it is not an extremely hard surface, so it will dent easier than other flooring. Be careful and use pads under all furnishings!
July 8, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by KidKihei Low Quality Floor
Don't do it! Cheap & easy should tell you something! Because it's an engineered floor even using HDF, it will buckle in high humidity and locations where water is present. Buy solid bamboo. Float and glue it.
September 11, 2013