Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 19
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by brc1234321 Scratches WAY too easy
I am not one to write reviews but this product is of such poor quality, I felt terrible thinking others would have done as we did and spend their flooring budget on this terrible product. We installed this flooring and specifically selected an engineered hardwood for its supposed durability. This floor scratches REALLY easy and we are using it in just a bedroom. I can not imagine this product in a living room. It will literally scratch with just shoes with any dirt walking on it. The hardness scale of the product means nothing or is completely fabricated because I am pretty sure white pine would be more durable than this junk. Bottomline-don't waste your money.
February 8, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by SPC1 reasonable value
Looks great, easy to install, scratches very easily though.
November 27, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DYIguy Good value for the money and easy to install
Looks great. Have done four rooms. Good value point.
Make sure you use a really good underlayment. I used "Silent Blue" (Google it).
Easy to install. Comes in 36" and 18" pieces so laying out the pattern is easy. Wide swing of grain patterns from piece to piece, so you need to keep your eye on the flow and the overall room design.
Recommend getting a new 60 tooth or higher bladed for your miter saw. Cuts cleanly with flooring side facing up.
Semi high gloss, so rocks stuck in street shoes and dropping heavy objects will scratch and dent the surface. Used stain to repair. No problem.
November 27, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by projectgirl horrible
Ordered this product for my home and stairs the noses for the stairs cannot be nailed per the contractor by Home Depot because it will ruin the finish however the liquid nails they recommend does not glued them permanently or stably customer service is horrendous when you call them and the store managers do not have resolutions for you and on top of all this the T moldings I need have been in backorder for a month and a half and I have an uncompleted floor and stairs how can Home Depot sell a product they don't have all the attachments needed or or noses for stairs that you can't nail down! For just flooring it is a pretty floor but again without all the attachments of the pieces that go with it it's not worth it.
January 14, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by dmarch Great looking, poor quality
The installation was very easy and we received numerous comments on its beauty after the installation however that is where all the positive ends. The floor has been installed for just over 2 years and we haven't gone six months without a major issue. It is only my wife and myself living in the home but we have had 4 major issues so far. The floor scratches and dents very easy and this does not count for any of the major issues I am talking about. Two of the issues were near the perimeter so we took up those sections and replaced the bad boards. The third issue was when we went to continue the project in to adjacent rooms the new supply of flooring wouldn't click into the previous boards. The original installation was October 2012 but the date stamp on those boards was 2010. The latest install was November 2014 and the boards were stamped 2014. Home Legend changed the locking design. The first install consisted of 20 boxes of flooring and had a great variety of long and short boards which we used throughout. The newest incomplete install consist of 21 boxes of flooring and only had 9 short boards in the whole lot. we thought we would be able to mix in some of the leftover short boards from the original install but they don't click together, The latest issue was when my wife swiffered the floor the cloth must have got caught on a defect and it peeled the top laminate layer back just like a tin can. This is in the middle of the field so I am not sure how to fix it. At this point i am thinking of scrapping the whole flooring and look into Lumber Liquidators as they seem to have more positive reviews. I would only use this product if it was going to be installed on a floor that is used very little.
December 27, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by LeAnnie Very Hard wood
I love my new Tigerwood flooring...however, be aware that the sample of this floor, which was on display at my local Home Depot, looks nothing like what I got. The sample floor was entirely made up of the medium warm wood strips, with beautiful graining. The actual product is full of boards with dark, light and black streak grains. Some of the wood strips are unusable because they almost look wood and black striped. The floor was a cinch to snap together and went down easily. It is as hard as a rock and I have dogs and kids--no issues with scratches at all, regardless of what other reviewer states, except that I dropped a tool on the floor and knocked off a chip. That would have happened with any floor. My one regret is that no one told me to buy a thicker padding. We used the more inexpensive plastic sheeting underlayment after reading excellent reviews. The plastic sheeting was a breeze to use, however, I can hear the floor "click" as I walk on it and that is driving me nuts! In the past I had a laminate floor and used the padded underlayment and I never heard a sound. It is WELL WORTH the money to get the best underlayment available. This clicking will always bother me and it's too late to fix it now. I am enjoying the new look of the floor. It is much busier than what I thought I was choosing , but I have grown to like it. Hope this helps.
September 21, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mozzer Great beautiful wood floor
Wood floor looks great and its easy to install. Very durable. I have dogs and it stands the test.
September 19, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DisappointedDave DELICATE FINISH
This flooring is easy to install. The floor looks good after installation and is remarkably stable considering it is not glued or nailed down.
However, all of this is meaningless considering how easily the finish is scratched. If you don't have kids or pets, this may work for you. But if you actually intend to use the floor in daily life, I don't recommend it.
September 6, 2011