Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 79
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by SuperRetiredMan Great product. Easy to work with.
Pergo XP Laminate was easy to install. It`s the first time I`ve installed flooring and it was great to work with. The only problem we had was in the shipping and trying to get the molding to finish the job. The Pergo Laminate was shipped on wood pallets with no cardboard on the pallet. Just about all of the bottom boards were damaged by nails in the pallet and several top boards were damaged during shipment because they were`nt protected either. The molding seems to be hard to get. It takes weeks and our last order was out for a whole month. Hopefully all these problems can be addressed and solved!
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PSUguy Great product
I was hesitant at first to make a pallet purchase based on some of the reviews regarding delivery and product appearance. Have 80 % of project complete and only have 2 boards with minor imperfections. I still used them for the end cuts.... Floor looks great. Rather easy to put down if you are the least bit handy. Looking forward to finishing it up and having our space transformed and up to date.!
August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SPRTYCHK BEAUTIFUL FLOORS, FINALLY
The flooring arrived promptly and the installation went without a hitch. It has enhanced the appearance of my home tremendously. I have lived with concrete floors in my master bedroom as the carpet, once trendy and attractive, had to be removed before I could afford to have new flooring installed. I am so in love with my house; the laminate looks like the real McCoy. Now I can start on the painting....
January 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by John We chose this product because we have an active 100 lb Alaskan Malamute Siberian Husky mix dog and wanted a wood floor with high durability to scratches and moisture without the refinishing hassle of natural wood floor down the road. Pergo XP was the right product for us to give us the wood floor look with great durability. The cherry color was just right for our room and we liked the wood grain texture and graphics. The bevelled edges were also as must have for us for appearance sake and we heard it is better joint than the flat joint ( more forgiving of floor level no sharp edges to catch socks, etc). The floating floor was quite easy to install . We acclimated our planks for 4 days in our house . During this time we demolished the existing floor (removed carpet, pad and baseboards), fixed the floor squeaks (caused by missed nails at joists during construction) , and leveled the floor ( planed the high spots from the joists) . Specific to our own installation, we installed a 1/4 inch plywood underlayment to raise the height to match our new recently installed tile floor. The smooth clean surface was ideal for installing the floor. We found that pulling the planks out of all the boxes and separating planks by pattern made it easy to choose the next plank to blend the floor. The planks are sturdy, very well engineered and snap together tight with precision. We somewhat randomized the planking pattern to create a more true wood floor simulation. I used a table saw to rip the planks along the wall as well as cut them for planking. Be careful with your floor planking plan and be sure to measure and calculate your row spacing and start/end of row plank length. The floor will look better with a randomized planking pattern. You may find it better to rip an inch or two off of your first row so that your last row ends with a ripped plank at least 2 inches wide. Also, if you have floor vents, be sure to plan for those as well so you don't have issues there. We followed exact directions regarding the 3/8 expansion gap at the wall - I think this is your most important rule to follow since the floor floats! You can buy the plastic 3/8 inch spacers in the same isle as the Pergo displays. Other essential tools you will need include a mallet, a tapping block, and a puller tool to assemble the rows tightly. We completed the floor by adding foam backer rod and clear silicon caulk around the floor to seal all cut edges from moisture. The transition between floors was easy to install, but be sure to plan for its location first before starting your floor so you maintain your 3/8 inch gap. Because we recently removed all baseboards for our tile floor job, we removed them in the Pergo rooms too and replaced all the baseboards with stained color matched wood . The final step was a damp mop and dry and the floor is beautiful! You will love this durable floor, we do so far after nearly 2 months.
October 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Briggs Good product, requires time and additional purchases for installation.
Good quality product, few defects, and generally snapped together easily. In the 70 cases of flooring I used, I found only two or three defective boards. Most people could learn to install the flooring. However, it does require a good table saw and miter saw. The hard flooring destroys saw blades and one will need to have a couple saw blades available. It is probably easier to use quarter round to finish the edges than to remove and reinstall base boards. The cost should be factored in to the purchase. The thresholds for the flooring are overpriced; they cost as much as a case of flooring. The purchase of a flooring installation kit and rubber hammer is a must for the installation. It's needed to tap together the boards without chipping the edges.
September 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not Nice flooring but horrible shipping
Flooring is very nice. Received many compliments but would not buy again because of horrific shipping experience!
July 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kappie Beautiful Floor
This floor looks beautiful. I liked that it had the special padding on the back of it already. It does seem to be good quality but this is my first one so I'm not 100% sure. I didn't install it myself but my contractor had some trouble with interlocking pieces breaking off so make sure you buy an extra box. Finally, I only gave it a good value because I think everything priced today is so expensive but didn't think this product was too bad.
February 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Paul Missing some of the imprint
I have included a picture of 4 planks that came straight out of the box. Do they have any quality control. I emailed Pergo and they want me to return it to the HD where it was purchased. In Vermont that is an hour away. Why should I have to spend my time, my money, to bring something back that should have never left the manufacturer?
February 10, 2016