Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 27
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Angryl3eaver Looks great.
We replaced our old HDX laminate flooring with this flooring.. We had the old floor for 13 year never had a problem... this floor even sees a drop of moisture and it puckers like crazy at the seams. If you have pets or kids, do not buy this flooring.
May 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by GlendaleGrandDad Laminate floor looks great
An easy product to install. Just be prepaired to spend a lot of time on your knees!
March 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Babs Pergo Floor
This floor looks fabulous in our great room we just added on to our home.It works well with the other woods we chose for the room. We own a basset hound and the floor is tolerating her nails well, no scratches. The only concern I have is getting the steaks out when cleaning the floor. I am going to invest in a hard floor steam cleaner and hopefully that will do the job.
It is a lovely floor and everyone who has seen the room remarks on the beauty of the floor first thing. It is the natural hickory.
December 31, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jasper08 very good product
I have not installed floor yet. However this being the third floor I'm confidant that product is good and appears as advertised.
July 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mike Easy to use
I found it easy to use. Push it together and lay it in place.
June 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Crip Happy customer
Great flooring easy to install. Home delivery is great
May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dano Very nice floor.
I would like to share my experience in hopes of helping others considering this flooring. This was my first time taking on a flooring project although I am probably an above average skilled amateur woodworker/carpenter. I am also thrifty which was somewhat to my detriment.
First consideration is how much to order. I needed 9.25 cases and ordered 10 which is a tad below the suggestion of ordering 10% extra. While awaiting the shipment I received a call that one case was damaged so a replacement was ordered. When I got the order I found they were not packed very well and instead of one damaged case I found the bottom piece of five cases damaged. Home Depot allowed me to swap out the damaged pieces from the previously reported damaged case. My suggestion is to order at least a spare case in anticipation of some shipping damage. In the unlikely event there is no damage you can always get a refund on the extra.
Next I read and reread the instructions as well as watched the installation video. The instructions and video both highlighted the method of angling each piece into the previous piece. I noted on the video they had a difficult time with this method in keeping previously laid pieces tightly together. Sure enough after struggling with my first three rows I found each subsequent piece angled in disrupted others and I was constantly working back to close gaps. I reread the instructions and than noticed at the end a brief discussion of the alternative tap method. Here you lay the piece flat and tap it into place. This worked very well and had the added benefit of each tap further tightening previous rows. I used a rubber mallet and found most pieces went together with a gentle tap. If it needed more muscle I used a scrap piece as a block. I did not damage a single piece using this method. USE THE TAP METHOD.
Trying to save a few dollars I did not buy spacers to keep the flooring the appropriate distance from the wall. I had numerous pieces of 3/8" plywood handy and I used that. Big mistake. As it turns out my plywood was warped so my gaps varied from 3/8" to 5/8" which created problems with my 1/2" base trim covering the gap ( I did not wish to use quarter round).
As you are laying the floor step back on occasion and look at your random pattern. If you don't you may find it's not as random as you would like. I ended up with two identical pieces next to each other, fortunately the bed will be covering most of it. Also as you lay each row keep an eye on previous rows as gaps can arise. If you catch it soon enough, usually a tap or two will correct the problem. If you wait to long its difficult to close gaps that exist several rows back.
Like most projects there is some trial and error involved. I feel if I had to do it again I could lay this floor in a day. As it was it took me two days to do a 9'X10' room with a closet and small adjacent hallway. The results are very nice and I would highly recommend this flooring.
May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by aha Nice and easy installation.Looks great too.
Used a contractor to install, but it was an easy and clean job (comparing to a tile floor)
May 3, 2016