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XP Coffee Handscraped Hickory 12 mm Thick x 5-1/4 in. Wide x 47-1/4 in. Length Laminate Flooring (12.03 sq. ft. / case)

$2.69 /sq. ft.
Covers 12.03 sq. ft.
$32.36 /case
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With a 2 mm underlayment already attached and laden with an innovative PermaMax surface protector, XP Coffee Handscraped Hickory laminate flooring from Pergo offers utmost installation convenience and wear resistance. These durable, beveled-edge planks are 5-1/4 in. wide and have Uniclic joints for easy snap-fit assembly in commercial or residential settings. The lifelike hickory wood patterns and all-over texture give this dark laminate the look and feel of real hardwood, but with less expense and easier upkeep. Engineered for use with separately sold radiant heating systems and utilizing ScratchGuard Advanced technology to inhibit scuffing, fading and staining, Pergo's Extreme Performance planks have an AC4 rating worthy of heavy residential use and light commercial traffic.

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  • Pergo XP Platinum Series Coffee Handscraped Hickory Laminate Flooring
  • 12 mm thickness + 2 mm attached underlayment x 5-1/4 in. width x 47-1/4 in. length planks
  • 12.03 sq. ft. per case. Case quantity: 7. Case weight: 27.401 lbs.
  • Coffee Hand-Scraped Hickory, Dark Color, All-Over Textured Surface with PermaMax Surface Protection
  • Planks have a beveled edge for a rustic look
  • Attached 2 mm underlayment reduces sound and increases ease of installation
  • Appropriate Grade for Installation: Above Grade, On Grade or Below Grade
  • Suitable for installation over radiant heating systems
  • Can be installed over smooth, flat, dry surfaces, including concrete, ceramic tile, vinyl and wood
  • Approved for residential and light commercial use
  • Lifetime limited residential and 5-year limited light commercial warranty against wearing, staining and fading
  • Complete your floor with coordinating Coffee Handscraped Hickory mouldings and trim: quarter round (model 013141640), stair nose (0137541640), T-moulding transition (0137221640), multipurpose reducer (0137621640) and wall base (013041640)
  • 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
  • Easy to maintain, just sweep or damp mop to clean
  • (IIC) Impact Insulation Class 55 per ASTM E492 and E989
  • (STC) Sound Transmission Class 50 per ASTM E90 and E413
  • Get it installed by The Home Depot
  • Check out The Home Depot's laminate flooring installation guide

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plank width

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January 25, 2016
under the product description for the pallet it says the width is 7 1/2 and under case it says 5 1/4. are they different or is this a misprint?
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February 6, 2016
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Each plank is 5.35 inches in width.
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January 27, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in Pergo. I apologize for the confusion. These planks are 5 1/4" wide.
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How does this product hold up to water/dampness around kitchen sink area?

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February 1, 2016
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This can be installed in kitchens. You should clean spills within 30 minutes to prevent damage.
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January 25, 2016
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Thank you for contacting Pergo. Pergo floors can be installed in kitchens. Remember that while laminate floors are water-resistant, they are not waterproof. Moisture related incidents should be cleaned up within 30 minutes to avoid permanent damage.
Please read this installation guide for a full list of precautions.
https://na.pergo.com/pdfs/installation/Installation_Essentials%20Guide--072313.pdf
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Disabled - is this a slippery flooring?

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August 26, 2015
Does the texturing reduce slipping? Would you recommend this particular flooring for disabled persons?
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January 2, 2016
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So far I have had no problem with the floor being slippery while walking on it with only socks. I had a different Pergo product prior to this and generally had no problems. However, certain cleaning products are not recommended as they can cause the floor to become slippery (i.e. Pledge furniture polish, be careful spraying any such product on furniture since any overspray that reaches the floor will Read More
So far I have had no problem with the floor being slippery while walking on it with only socks. I had a different Pergo product prior to this and generally had no problems. However, certain cleaning products are not recommended as they can cause the floor to become slippery (i.e. Pledge furniture polish, be careful spraying any such product on furniture since any overspray that reaches the floor will make it very slippery). I also noticed an issue near an entryway where I typically kept a rug. When the rug was removed, the area was slippery when walking on it with socks. I'm guessing that the underside of the rug somehow buffed the surface over time.
Unfortunately, I can't comment on the use of a cane, walker, or other device on this floor. Read Less
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August 28, 2015
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Thank you for contacting Pergo. Textured floors are typically less slippery than a smooth or glossy floor.
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RATING ON PERGO FLOORING

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I am looking @ the Pergo flooring. What does wear rating of AC-4 mean? & what is meant by warranty of Life/7yrs?
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AC is a durability rating, Life is the residential use warranty, 7 yrs is the commercial use warranty.
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An AC4 rated product, approved for general commercial traffic; suitable for your home, office, or other light commercial applications such as boutiques and hotel rooms.
This rating was designated after being tested for resistance to abrasion, impact, staining and cigarette burns.
The 7 year warranty should be just for commerical applications, but this should be a lifetime warranty if you are Read More
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An AC4 rated product, approved for general commercial traffic; suitable for your home, office, or other light commercial applications such as boutiques and hotel rooms.
This rating was designated after being tested for resistance to abrasion, impact, staining and cigarette burns.
The 7 year warranty should be just for commerical applications, but this should be a lifetime warranty if you are planning in putting it in a residential area.
Below is the link off Pergo's own website for warranty information.
https://na.pergo.com/pdfs/warranty/pergoxp_warr_web4.pdf
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Pergo flooring My floor has only been down for 10 months and i have a scratch and a deep nick in it. I feel with going with the 12 mm thickness that it should have better durability. you keep a floor a long time and I'm not happy that i have to live with floors that should be looking perfect. I worry about them lasting over time. Not a happy customer. July 2, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not the quality we expected from pergo. The laminate chipped within a couple weeks, which has never happened with the older laminate we have. It was also much more difficult to install than the other pergo xp we bought. Would not buy this again. July 1, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It's ok Scratches pretty easily, chips easy on installation. Looks good when installed but not the easiest to install. June 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful but difficult installation They look gorgeous now that they're installed but I would not recommend this product for a first DIY laminate install. If I had known how difficult it was going to be we would have paid for it to be installed April 19, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Looks good but not very durable Had this installed during a kitchen remodel. Previous homeowner installed Pergo and it held up very well in the 15 years I've been in the home so I decided to go with Pergo to save some money over hardwood. I'll give this a 4 for looks but a 1 for durability. I will admit that my contractors' carelessness has contributed to this, but the floor nicks and scratches easily. So far I've been able to conceal much of the damage with a Minwax pencil but I'm concerned about the long term durability. Be careful moving appliances on this flooring. I can't comment on the ease of installation as I was not the installer. January 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Don't Expect it to install like the You Tube Video shows. So far I have installed 3 Pallets of the 12MM XP Coffee Handscraped Hickory. We love it! having a 90lbs black lab proves the durability, no scratched no chips. I’ve even dropped a few tools on it without issue. The extra thick material with the attached underlayment has a genuine wood sound, feel, and appearance. You do have to inspect every panel for defects, out of all the flooring maybe had issues with 6 pieces with manufacturing blemishes. (Still can be used as a starter or finisher with the blemish cut out) My Biggest issue is with installation. If you watch the Pergo Videos there is this lady that has zero issues getting the panels to lock, this is not the case by a loooong shot. After letting the Product acclimate to the room at 67 degrees, I went to install the product. Instructions have you measure the room’s width divide by the product width and the difference need to split on both ends to have uniform installation, this was the easy part. Next row needs to be staggered and lock in, this is where I have a problem, it would not lock but just rock back and forth and not engage. After talking to a few co-workers out of frustration I was told to take a scrap piece with a tongue, and screw on a 2x4. This would provide a surface to hammer, not damage the flooring and force the tongue and slot to engage. IT WORKED! I was able to lock in the ends and hammer the pieces in with a dead blow hammer. Sometimes the side to side lock had problem engaging and this would be overcome with a pull bar, couple of smacks and it would lock. A couple of reviews on here address chipping. The only time I had issues with chipping is when cutting the product. I use a skill 3600 floor saw and a 40 tooth blade. (40 tooth being specified by pergo). Pergo is some hard stuff; cutting requires patents and going slow for a clean cut otherwise chipping may occur, usually not a problem because the baseboard will hide it. Only other issue I had was grabbing the produce by the slot straddling the product with my hand my thumb would chip the slot. This was usually a small section and not a problem when installed. Only other observation I have is when the product is locked in, there is a 0 percent chance of taking it apart without tearing the slot. I have firsthand experience when I noticed a board 2 rows back had a blemish, unfortunately as careful has you can be the slots will rip, and the board now has only a good tongue left. (used to finish a row). March 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love the color We already have hardwood floors in our house so I thought I knew what to expect. Wrong! This new floor is a dream to care for. So easy it is unbelievable. The color is my fave though. Our other hardwood floors are light colors. So to mix it up a bit I decided on dark. As usual I was right, even my husband had to admit it! The dark color is not only a great color but it looks so much like real hardwood. January 7, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful, but issues with board spring back The floor went down easily at the start but ran into issues as the floor progressed. There were portions of the floor where the boards would start to separate. We would pull boards back up and re-lock them and find that boards became unlocked again after too many rows were laid down. When the floor was complete we had two spots in our floor with considerable gap that had to be filled in with Pergo brown acrylic caulk. It looks really nice, family is happy, resistant to 60lb hunting dog's nails and scratching. We put down 450 square feet in around 8 hours for first time installers. Make sure you have the tool for tappping the boards into place so you do not damage the seam for the next board locks into. Rubber mallet is also recommended for installation. We ordered 2 extra boxes and used around 1/4 of the extra for cutting mistakes (24 ft^2 extra, only used around). January 20, 2015
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