Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 108
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by keetee Easy to clean
This floor is easy to clean. It is placed in a high traffic area. It looks like real wood.
December 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MeMe Pergo is the greatest, easy to clean, beautiful and will always purchase Pergo...
December 19, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Kerri Pergo Basement Floor
Did a great job in installing the flooring. On time, followed up and I am satisfied with the results.
March 27, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PEAKE Easy Instalation
I bought this product 6 months ago and it has held up great.
December 18, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Katie good product
Good product, easy to install. Sadly, only avail through Home Depot
March 20, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Grammy This flooring is rugged and beautiful!
Easy to install. This flooring is rugged and beautiful!
May 30, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Maggie Love it!
Have this for 7 years and it still looks like new.
December 19, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LoneStarState Pleasantly Surprised
My husband and I were put in a bit of a bind to purchase this product after our Home Depot installers refused to continue installation of the faulty Armstrong/Bruce Nouguera Walnut flooring product we had purchased. We went to our local Home Depot store skeptical that we would find anything we liked since the product we had was special order. But, since 1150 sq ft of our house had been gutted we were not in a position to wait another two weeks to receive replacement flooring. We had to choose something readily available. Well, we decided on this product and have been pleased all around. The flooring is actually a bit lighter than what it may seem from the screen shot. It actually has some really pretty gradation throughout so it looks more nuanced then some basic laminate styles. Also, it's made in America and has solid construction which made it easy for our installer. He actually suggested we go with a Pergo product having worked with it before. By his account, it would be a better quality floor than what we had purchased. He was right. Pergo XP has our vote of confidence and we're thankful that our installer suggested the product. Our floor is beautiful and our house is back to normal.
October 20, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Angelo Great Product
This is the 5th laminate flooring project I have done an this is the best product so far. I first used Pergo in 1998 and the quality was very poor. I did another with Pergo in 2000 and the quality was better but not good, we had to put glue with that flooring and it was hard to keep neat ,took a long time. I put a canadian product in my own home and my wife and I did living and Dining rms in day and 1/2. Great product. We then put a 7mm flooring in my mother-in-laws house and it chiped easily and took 2 days for living room and kitchen.She couldn't afford higher quality.It looked cheap.We bought this new Pergo for a rental unit we own and my wife and I put it in the living rm and bed rm in one day total of 10 hrs work. 506 sq ft. We bought 27 boxes and we have 2 left over. We were told to expect 5 to 10 % waste. Not the case. We have so little waste we can put all of it in a kitchen garbage bag. If you take your time putting down the first 2 rows ,making sure they are spaced from the wall using spacers. The rest of it will go fast. The ends that click in to the previous board on the same row are a little tricky ,but the plastic insert makes a solid clicking sound when done properly.I found that the tapping blocks can damage the tounge and or groove when hitting to hard. A little tip I found to work is useing a piece of the same product. A piece about 8 inches long. It will match the tounge and won't slip when you tap hit it This product is a big improvment in quality. It appears that Pergo has come a long way since I first used it.
February 21, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by likesnewsocks Looks great, seems to be durable.
We installed this XP Pergo this weekend, we did two rooms that came up to 630sq ft. We purchased 35 cases and had a few cases left over. About two cases worth of planks were damaged from handling at Home Depot or transit from Pergo to Home Depot. A few of the boards had major manufacture defects. This seems like a high ratio for top of the line flooring. Installation of the flooring wasn’t too complicated but it was still a lot of hard work. It can be tricky cutting the boards to shape while leaving the correct side needed for installation, be careful to cut the right side of the board so you can actually click it into place. Otherwise the board is garbage and you have to get a new board. Prepping the rooms did take more time than actually laying the floor down, we had to remove carpet and linoleum and put plywood down to level the adjoining rooms. The flooring looks amazing and seems durable. Half way through installing the floor I realized I had a carpet staple stuck in my shoe, sharp side down and I had been walking on the brand new floor! I was about sick when I discovered this. I checked the areas where I had been stepping and didn’t find a scratch. After the floor was completely down and we were admiring it, we found a board that has a slightly raised corner in the middle of the room. It is impossible to replace that board unless we literally pull up half of the floor. So my tip is to examine each board carefully after you have installed it so you can make any adjustments while it is still possible. We went with the Pergo XP because it is supposed to be really tuff and we have young kids so it needs to be. I’ll update this review in a few months to say whether the floor is holding up or not.
February 9, 2012