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Innovations Lodge Hickory 8 mm Thick x 11-1/2 in. Wide x 46-1/2 in. Length Click Lock Laminate Flooring (18.60 sq. ft. / case)

Discontinued Innovations

Lodge Hickory 8 mm Thick x 11-1/2 in. Wide x 46-1/2 in. Length Click Lock Laminate Flooring (18.60 sq. ft. / case)

  • Laminate planks easily click together for a quick installation
  • Looks and feels like hardwood without the cost
  • Get It Installed - Call 1-855-583-0554
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Product Overview

For an authentic-looking hardwood floor, you can't beat the Innovations Lodge Hickory laminate. Made with top quality standards, its attractive looks come from its Embossed in Register surface texture. The extra large boards speed up installation and add dimension to your rooms. The locking installation process is easy and requires no glue. The attached underlayment saves time and money and makes the floor more quiet under foot. Each tongue and groove is fully sealed to help prevent moisture penetration and our patented JointGuard technology protects the joints from chipping. Innovations Floors are Greenguard Certified for Low Emitting Product.

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  • Innovations Lodge Hickory Laminate Flooring
  • 8 mm thickness x 11-1/2 in. width x 46-1/2 in. length laminate planks
  • Item coordinates with 8 mm thick laminate flooring
  • 18.60 sq. ft. per case, case weight: 30.17 lbs.
  • Hickory Color, Brown/Tan, Embossed Texture
  • Planks have a micro-bevel edge
  • Attached 2 mm sound-proofing foam underlayment
  • Appropriate Grade for Installation: Above Grade, On Grade or Below Grade
  • Select radiant heating may be used
  • Floating-click installation
  • Can be installed over both concrete and wooden subfloors
  • Commercial and residential use
  • Lifetime residential warranty, 5-year medium 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



Product Length (in.)
Product Thickness (mm)
Product Width (in.)
Square Feet per Box (sq.ft.)


AC Rating
AC4: Commercial Medium Traffic
Board Form
Color Family
Hickory, Brown/Tan
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Edge Type
Finish Type
Flooring Product Type
Laminate Wood Plank
Medium Gloss
Laminate Flooring Features
Noise resistant,Radiant/Underfloor Warming Approved,Underlayment attached

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Residential Warranty/5 Year Medium Commercial Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does each plank have "beveled" ends? Matching the tongue and Groove pattern of plank?

Asked by: Clayton
The planks don't exactly use tongue and groove but something similar that is supposed to "snap" together to complete the joint. Buy the laminate flooring tools to facilitate hammering the planks together to tighten the joints between planks - they'll get LOTS of use. And get a designated laminate flooring saw blade - this stuff will quickly EAT an expensive fine tooth carbide tipped saw blade that's not properly rated..
Answered by: MrGED
Date published: 2017-02-23


Asked by: Anonymous
Can't hurt to use the felt pads but get the ones that prevent dust and debris build -up. I think you'd be taking a heck of a risk to use this in a location with a hot tub - I wouldn't suggest doing that. Hot moisture, soaking in hot water, nah - don't.
Answered by: MrGED
Date published: 2017-02-23

Are these floors suitable for a bathroom or will water seep between joints and eventually ruin th...

Are these floors suitable for a bathroom or will water seep between joints and eventually ruin the sub floor.
Asked by: BeBop
How old are your kids and how often does your bathtub/shower overflow onto the surrounding flooring? Damp, quickly mopped up - no problem. Standing pools of water - don't try.
Answered by: MrGED
Date published: 2017-02-23

Where can I find out what the Lifetime Residential Warranty covers?

Where can I find out what the Lifetime Residential Warranty covers?
Asked by: olderthandirt
Not much in the way of coverage and I've read horror stories about trying to get the manufacturer or retailer to honor the warranty. I read the thing and labor (a major cost) wasn't listed. I still spent a very pretty dollar and many hours to put it in my home - the surface of this stuff is TOUGH.
Answered by: MrGED
Date published: 2017-02-23
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Customer Reviews

Lodge Hickory 8 mm Thick x 11-1/2 in. Wide x 46-1/2 in. Length Click Lock Laminate Flooring (18.60 sq. ft. / case) is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The product looks very nice on the floor. Uh, once you tighten up all the joints between the plan... The product looks very nice on the floor. Uh, once you tighten up all the joints between the planks. This product is NOT for beginner handymen/women. The interlock between the planks is less than stellar - they'll shift and open gaps. Three laminated flooring install tools are absolutely necessary to install the flooring - one is a rectangular piece of hard plastic that is used to spread the impact of hammer blows to set the interlock so the edge of the plank isn't badly damaged. (that one is inexpensive, a couple of bucks) The second necessary tool looks like a pry bar bent with a stubby end directed down and a taller end pointed up. (also inexpensive) You place the stubby end at the end of a plank (particularly when near a wall), lay the tool atop the plank and hammer the longer end that sticks up, to properly locate the plank. You'll also NEED an expensive carbide saw blade specifically recommended for laminated flooring. I had a 10 inch fine tooth carbide blade, used once, briefly, to cut a few plywood 4'x8' sheets. It was in "like new" condition. After an hour's use on the laminate, it could only "burn" its way through a plank. That original blade ($74.00) had to be trashed. You WILL need to cut the planks, don't waste your money, get the saw blade designed for laminate use. Based on the alacrity with which the first sawblade was destroyed by the laminate, I rather expect this flooring to be VERY durable and scratch resistant. You'll also NEED to buy the proper underlayment - otherwise your home will sound like a basketball court during amateur practice sessions. This was not my first time to put down laminate flooring - I previously did 2,500 ft sq of the first floor of my previous house. The Pergo product I bought then was much easier to install. Even though of a shallower depth than the Pergo product (this stuff is only 8mm), I have every hope that this flooring will be even more durable - the finish is TOUGH. To make the job look its best - MEASURE first to insure that the end of a run of flooring won't leave you with a stubby piece to complete a horizontal run or, worse yet, a narrow strip to complete at the finish wall. CUT THE FIRST run to allow the final run to end with a reasonable sized piece. I also found it helpful to go around after I'd removed the carpet to get rid of floor squeaks by drilling and screwing the sub-floor to the joists. That was double helpful- the floor doesn't squeak anymore and it is also snugged down enough to flatten out so the laminate lies FLAT and the interlocks work. Don't try this product with a seriously un-even floor - Do NOT. Any swells or depressions greater than about a quarter inch will prevent the planks from joining properly. Make sure the sub floor is clean of debris, nail heads or staples. (small channel lock pliers and a stout putty knife are great at removing the blasted staples). And, that's with the underlayment to even things out. The store sells colored Panel/Trim finish nails 1 5/8", that are next to invisible if used to tack down an uncooperative edge on the laminate. You'll need at least a titanium nitrite coated drill bit to cut through the surface of the laminate - don't even try to just "hammer" the finish nails - they'll bend and you'll have to replace that piece. Drill down only 7/8", the finish nail will "bite" into the subfloor from there. Be sure to play fetch with your dog when you're finished - hot rod "drifters" are no where near as entertaining as a dog scratching for purchase on the flooring.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-05-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from harder to install right ! i like the looks of this flooring ,the price was good ,the install very hard ,that being said it was my first time to install this type flooring ,hard to lock pcs. together ,as you have a double lock ,end and length , need better inst. on how to install the right way ,looks good down but i am not happy with the locking system .i guess it would be better to get a pro. to install this flooring .
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely Beautiful Floor Even for the beginner DIY i found this to be simple. The gentleman that left the last comment about having to use the block to tap them together I believe thats part of what your supposed to do. The floor is amazingly beautiful and very quite to walk on. 5 stars from this DIY
Date published: 2015-05-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Drop and Gap I was hesitant to order this laminate as there were no previous reviews, and I should have followed my hunch. If you have a brand new house with straight walls and very level floors you might have a better experience laying this floor than we did. First of all I paid $55 extra in shipping to have the 24 cases shipped to my house, I ended up picking it up at a shipping dock 33 miles away from us because the shipping company could not "get in on the truck" in 3 days that I was spending at home waiting for delivery. So unless you have a LOT of time, do yourself a favor and save some money and aggravation an pick it up yourself at the store. The floor itself looks very nice BUT the assembly is far from as easy as it is shown in the multiple videos! Even when following all instructions to the T, with spacers laid, subfloor sanded and leveled, the 'drop and lock' did not lock in place without a gap of about 1 mm on the short end. That was after making sure that the long end is inserted first,at an angle,and then sliding the part towards the piece already installed,and even lifting that piece up at an angle - the gap would persist UNLESS we took a block and 'tapped' (hammered) the laminate toward the seam. Then we'd still have another seam open back up. Part of the reason is that when this laminate is pressed down onto the seam it is fiberboard rubbing against the fiberboard of the other piece,it would be easier if those were waxed or coated to decrease friction. Needless to say there were quite a few boards that did not take kindly to the tapping and the edges broke. As of this review the floor has only been down for a day, and it does look pretty once it is down, if you don't get onto your knees and look at some of the seams too closely. It seems to be pretty scratch resistant, but because of the seams/gaps I am afraid that the slightest bit of moisture on the floor (I would not want to put wet boots on it or have a dog bowl sitting on it) will get into the fiberboard and bust the pretty picture. If I had to do it again I think I would rather have a real wood floor!
Date published: 2014-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hard to put down compared to Pergo I have installed before. Joints don't lock down very easy. D... Hard to put down compared to Pergo I have installed before. Joints don't lock down very easy. Does make a beautiful floor.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the money! Product did not fit well together and was not easy to work with also appliances do not slide over it easily
Date published: 2017-02-14
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