Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 14
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer No longer available in store: special order
We did initial whole house install in the spring and it went well. Had a clothes washer flood that ruined the flooring in the hallway. Product was difficult to replace as it has been discontinued in the stores. Took two attempts to buy the correct product. Delay in obtaining new flooring created perfect conditions for mold! Extra work to remove old flooring safely. Tip: remove damaged flooring immediately even before you order new flooring! Good product, but not excellent. Buy extra boxes if you foresee future needs. It will be harder to replace your flooring as time goes on.
November 29, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by fidget enjoying my new floor
when our floor was damaged by water my husband and i decided to replace rather than repair. i wanted to do the work myself. the room is about 10' x 12'. because of the length (12') it was not as easy as i thought to install; i definitely need at least two people, three was best. my daughter (14) and i installed most of the floor ourselves in two days. once we got the click thing down it went well. i enjoyed putting in my own floor and not having to use a nail gun was great. the floor looks great. thanks to who ever invented this stuff.
June 22, 2009
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Sonyfreek Great floor once its laid
I installed this flooring throughout all of my rooms upstairs in my house about 6 months ago. The flooring is very solid and is holding up well so far even with kids and the dog playing on it all of the time.
The only complaint I have about it is that when you are installing it, you have to be extremely careful that you don't hit it wrong with the nailer or the hammer. The tongue gets damaged pretty easily and then it has the tendency to start splitting down from where the damage is. Once it's in place, though, the surface can withstand a bit.
My kid brought in pebbles and rocks one day and put them all over her floor in her closet. They were stepped on several times for about a week and left some damage to the floor. However, we were able to buff almost all of the scratches out with a wet washcloth so that you can hardly notice it. If we did more work on it, I'm sure you couldn't see it at all.
April 13, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ktpmm5 Excellent engineered hardwood
First time putting down engineered hardwood - actually any flooring at all. It went very smoothly, and was very easy to do. Floor looks beautiful! A bit costly to do a whole room in, but the tiny room we did looks great
November 6, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by TipperJ Beautiful floor that is super easy to install
The click system works really well and the floor is easily and fairly quickly installed as a floating floor. It is very important, though, that the subsurface is level.
The floor has a beautiful color and finish but scratches up a bit too easily. So suitable mostly for bedrooms and one must be careful with hard shoes or high heels.
May 11, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by tinyhousekeeper101 click lock
I first heard about click lock flooring from a tv show on remolding homes, looked simple so I tried it , it was as simple as it sounded, the hardest part for me was sawing the pieces that were too long , but only because I didnt like the sound of the circular saw , the project took about 4 hours to complete , flooring my living room and hallway , and looks beautiful .
November 21, 2009
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by hobit 95% warped boards
Purchased two boxes, one on line and the other in the store. Also purchased a T transition piece. Almost all of the boards and the transition piece were badly warped. Only 3 boards were flat. They would make a great bridge, but not a floor. Will return, too bad because they look really great.
January 7, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Matt easy installation, beautiful floor
I've never installed a floor before and must say this went in easily and looks fantastic. It can scratch so you have to be careful walking on it in shoes or moving furniture, but little dents and scratches are part of a wood floor. Despite some of the websites, bamboo is not indestructible
July 26, 2011