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Tuscan Stone Terra 8 mm Thick x 15-1/2 in. Wide x 46-2/5 in. Length Click Lock Laminate Flooring (20.02 sq. ft. / case)

Was  $3.85/sq. ft.
$3.08 /sq. ft.
Covers 20.02 sq. ft.
$61.66 /case

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  • Random textures and patterns give the tiles a natural look
  • Sealed tongue and groove connectors prevent water penetration
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Having a floor with the beautiful look of real stone is affordable and easy to install with this Innovations Tuscan Stone Terra Laminate Flooring. You'll get textures and a random pattern that captures the beauty of stone. This flooring comes with an attached underlayment to reduce noise under foot. Each tongue-and-groove is fully sealed to help prevent moisture penetration, and the patented Joint Guard technology protects joints from chipping. Innovations floors are also GREENGUARD Certified for Low Emitting Products, providing an environmentally friendly solution for your flooring needs.

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  • Innovations Tuscan Stone Terra Laminate Flooring
  • 8 mm thickness x 15-1/2 in. width x 46-2/5 in. length click lock laminate planks
  • Item coordinates with 8 mm thick laminate flooring
  • 20.02 sq. ft. per case. Case quantity: 4. Case weight: 32.46 lbs.
  • Features a Dark Brown/Bronze Color with an Embossed in Register Surface Texture
  • Planks have a micro-beveled 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 wood subfloors
  • Commercial and residential use
  • Lifetime limited 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

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can I lay this flooring down over existing old linoleum and peel and stick tiles? or do I have to rip up all the old flooring?

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You can lay this flooring over existing floor vinyl or stick down tile. Just make sure everything is at the same level (IE if floor has multiple layers of flooring and some layers have been removed and others have not). I laid it over old stick-down tile in my kitchen and bath 2 years ago and it looks great. As long as your old flooring is at the same level, you will be fine.
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December 17, 2013
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As long as the previous floor is sound (not lifting/peeling/missing) you can install it over the current floor. I installed this over sheet vinyl in my house. I cut out any pieces that weren't glued down well (bubbling).
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August 19, 2013
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Flooring can be put down over existing old linoleum but I would not recommend it. Personally, I would take the time to remove the old flooring for a longer lasting and cleaner appearance.
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August 16, 2013
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Thank you for your interest in our product. Yes, our laminate flooring can be installed over some existing floor coverings. If your linoleum is level and in good condition, ie. no loose corners, jagged edges, or loose staples around the edges, there should be no issues. If the linoleum that you are covering was installed over a concrete slab, you will need to make sure that all cracks in the linoleum are Read More
Thank you for your interest in our product. Yes, our laminate flooring can be installed over some existing floor coverings. If your linoleum is level and in good condition, ie. no loose corners, jagged edges, or loose staples around the edges, there should be no issues. If the linoleum that you are covering was installed over a concrete slab, you will need to make sure that all cracks in the linoleum are sealed, so that it acts as the moisture barrier. Other than those few things, laminate works well being installed over linoleum.
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Would this flooring be advisable for a bathroom also?

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Anaconda, Mt
July 31, 2013
I am wanting new flooring in the bathroom as well as kitchen. Would this work ok for both?
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Abilene, TX.
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March 8, 2014
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I installed it in my two bathrooms and have even had a commode over flow on it once to my horror, but it did not harm it at all and it still looks great. It has been down a couple of years and the overflow happened a year ago.
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December 17, 2013
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I installed this in my kitchen. I plan on installing this in my bathroom. This has a high ACQ rating, so it should be suitable for a bathroom as well. Any floor (besides) tile does not like a long period of standing water.
I left a piece of this flooring soaking overnight in water and it never expanded. Not to say that it can't get through the wax coating on the pieces, but it seems almost Read More
I installed this in my kitchen. I plan on installing this in my bathroom. This has a high ACQ rating, so it should be suitable for a bathroom as well. Any floor (besides) tile does not like a long period of standing water.
I left a piece of this flooring soaking overnight in water and it never expanded. Not to say that it can't get through the wax coating on the pieces, but it seems almost waterproof.
I have sheet vinyl in my bathroom now, so I feel this is as good or better than that.
When I do install it, I will be going underneath my vanity and underneath my toilet as well. Read Less
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August 25, 2013
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The installation of this flooring would be a nightmare in an area where there would be obstacles. Cabinets, toilet, pipes, radiators, anything that prevents the tiles from being tilted to the correct angle will prevent a perfect fit. Please go with a different locking system from another company. This laminate was a nightmare for a small room with minimal obstructions.
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August 2, 2013
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Thank you for your question. Yes, you can install our laminate in both your kitchen and your bathroom. Due to the highly moisture resistant HDF core used to make our product, we are proud to be one of the few manufacturers that can actually recommend our laminate products for kitchens and bathrooms. You will need to run a bead of silicone caulk around any wet areas, such as a tub and/or toilet to protect Read More
Thank you for your question. Yes, you can install our laminate in both your kitchen and your bathroom. Due to the highly moisture resistant HDF core used to make our product, we are proud to be one of the few manufacturers that can actually recommend our laminate products for kitchens and bathrooms. You will need to run a bead of silicone caulk around any wet areas, such as a tub and/or toilet to protect the expansion joints from potential moisture. We appreciate your interest in our products. Read Less
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If they are the same product, why are priced significantly different?

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You get what you pay for. Cheap laminate is not the same as expensive laminate.
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I asked the same question. The Innovations was on sale when I purchased this ($2.70 sq. ft)...where as the Dupont was $3.53. It worked out for me.
The Innovations has a different sheen (flat) vs Dupont (semi-gloss).
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The Dupont branded version was being clearanced for some time before all of the inventory was depleted, so the price was discounted. The Innovations price is less than the original price of the Dupont version before it was put on promotion. Since this product will be branded under Innovations going forward, there will still be promotions and sale pricing on this product, but it will not be at the deep Read More
The Dupont branded version was being clearanced for some time before all of the inventory was depleted, so the price was discounted. The Innovations price is less than the original price of the Dupont version before it was put on promotion. Since this product will be branded under Innovations going forward, there will still be promotions and sale pricing on this product, but it will not be at the deep discounts that the Dupont was before it was discontinued. Read Less
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May 19, 2013
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Hi Lots of New Flooring Buyer,
Unfortunately, I cant help you without knowing what you are comparing this too. Please call us so we better assist you at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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What kind of saw is required to cut the flooring

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I used a jig saw
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We used a table saw with a fine cut blade.
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July 22, 2015
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A fine-tooth laminate/paneling blade works best.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 58 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love m new floor We have a very large kitchen - 50' x 30' - part eat in and the other the cooking area, and installed this brand/pattern in the cooking area part. This is the 4th room we've used this in and if it holds up as well as in the other 3 rooms I'll be happy, happy, happy! Already have this in our large master bathroom, 2nd bathroom and laundry/mud room and so far it's held up well even with a ton of abuse. The mud room is used 90% of the time as the entrance into the house - kids, grandkids, pets, visitors - muddy, wet and snowy boots and feet, work boots with stones in the treads and NO problems! Just over 2 yrs. ago we had a slow water leak from under the wash machine that we only discovered after I found a large water puddle coming out from under it - must have dripped for days. Washer was moved and repaired and we waited to see the end results to the floor and let me say that the entire floor (over 2 yrs. later) still looks as good as when installed, and NO pieces had to be replaced. Hubby installed with very slight difficulty in only one area. We have a large island that is close to a row of cabinets and installing the last row under the cabinet overhang to abut with the kick plate was a little hard but doable. FYI - I dropped a VERY large, Very heavy cast iron skillet and did end up with a tiny indent/scratch which is only noticeable to me because I know it's there. Because of the great stone like texture; grooves and stone type indents; of this floor it if you touch that spot it just feels like the stone texture itself; there is no color difference at the indent. If this were a real tile it would have shattered. All in all I am extremely happy with this product and EVERYONE that sees it can't get over the fact it's not real stone. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great and very durable This product arrived on time without any problems. It looks terrific installed and really looks like stone tiles. It seems almost impossible to scratch it or otherwise damage it. We are 100% satisfied August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by better then expected Easy to install, but hard to bend. It's thick, not very bendable. Looks great. Better then ripping out the old tile. And...I got it on sale at the overstock special price. Will install it in my other bathroom ASAP. August 5, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice laminate flooring This floor really looks good. Panels go together fairly easily. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tuscan Stone Terra Ok, so this wasn't my first attempt and past experience made things move pretty well. First I admit that I laid this over a combination surface of new flooring 23/32nds. and carpet glue in another area. The foam base layer on this produce is pretty forgiving on minimal surface irregularities. First step is make sure all surfaces are clean!! Next, eat two bowls of Wheaties and an extra vitamin. I made all my measurements and markings are on the back (foam side) and cut accordingly. Using a circular saw on the smooth finished side will leave a poor, chipped finish... I do not recommend unless all cuts will fall under the base-board and not be seen. Just make sure you follow the enclosed, very tiny print instructions... that without my bi-focals looks exactly like the second translation in Spanish. It took me about 11 hours to put down almost 500 sq. ft. Not something I would want to do regularly, but it did turn out nice enough that I can be proud of the outcome. Oh! The color has more grey than I expected but I (and family) can live with it. Too bad they don't send accurate samples before the purchase!! July 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Had installed it in kitchen/dining areas and now put it in main bath. Love it. Had installed it in kitchen/dining areas and now put it in main bath. Love it. March 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice looking I needed a good product to install in the laundry room. I was lucky that My daughter purchased a box that she was going to use in her bathroom and she gave it to me.I looked at the quality and I was impressed so I ordered three more boxes fro Home Depot. It's a shame that depont stopped making it. December 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product. Similar to Dupont RealTouch I purchased 120sq ft of the Dupont RealTouch about 8 months ago for my mudroom and loved it. Very durable, easy to install and great to look at. The difference between Dupont and Innovations is the finish. This is more of a matte finish where-as the Dupont was more high gloss. I have 4 children and this floor is super durable. It hasn't delaminated or bubbled from water or boots or sand or anything. Looks as good as the day I installed it. The important thing to consider when installing it is to make sure that you keep the piece elevated at the angle to get the tongue and groove to meet. If you try to match the tongue and groove together on the same plane, it will not connect. I found it easier to install the narrow side first (width) and then lift up long side to insert that into the next piece. I had 340 sq ft of floor to install and used 400 sq ft in the install. I made a couple of mistakes, but then couldn't reuse the piece. I would suggest more than the recommended 10% waste...probably 20%. December 17, 2013
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