Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 53
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Blaze58 We Love this Flooring!
We purchased the Traffic Master resilient vinyl flooring in Oak Amber for our Dining Room and Hallway. It was relatively easy to install and beautiful as well! When making sure one row was firmly latched to the existing row I used a block of wood with a flat edge to tap the new row snuggly into the existing row. This technique worked great with the only division between planks being the different wood grain shown on each plank. We love this stuff so much we did the Kitchen in Clear Cherry to provide a waterproof floor that was absolutely beautiful to see. In a few days we are going to purchase 12 more boxes of Oak Amber for the 235 sq. ft. home office/library. Cutting around the back door jams in the Kitchen required exact measuring and even more exact scoring and bending of the planks which resulted in an awesome fit! I highly recommend Traffic Master resilient vinyl flooring for all rooms in the house!
July 11, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Paul1 1st timer
We have never put this type of flooring in before so would recommend buying at least 3 extra boxes. We ran into planks without finish on them and black magic marker like marks on some and many broken edges that we had to cut around. I would advice to check EACH plank before installing. Ended up wasting a lot of planks because of this. Had to reorder twice as we ended up running out because of the waste. Frustrating when we had to stop and wait for new product to come each time. Looks nice when finished though. Finally
June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sofablue Good looking!
This is awesome flooring. Looks and almost feels like real wood, with the durability of vinyl in wet areas. Waterproof. Easy to lay. Have it in my kitchen and hallway. Plan to lay it in my living room and dining room. Best part, it floats over old flooring.
June 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by stau Good quality but not as easy to install as they say
Once installed it looks really good.
It's water proofed so it worked great in my basement.
Very easy to clean.
It's not as easy to install as they advertise. Yes the first few planks are easy but as the era increases, installation becomes challenging. To close gaps well you need to apply a lot of pressure and vibrate the planks in place. Still it is a job most people should be able to do alone.
Cutting is easy with a utility knife only if you do straight lines cutting the short side. Other shapes or cutting the long side are not as easy.
March 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by retired not happy with product
I have followed all the directions included by the manufacturer and am totally disappointed with the product. It scratches very easily even with using the proper protectors for the legs of the chairs and tables.
April 20, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Gordo Vinyl plank flooring
Good product easy to install onlybasictoolsrequkred
April 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SL Fastest upgrade ever
We raised our sunken living room to accommodate handicap access. Workers started at 10:30 AM and finished at 6 PM. Materials also included pizza and adult beverage, but we needed no overnight motel reservations!
July 7, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by rms59 Jury is out on the Traditional Oak Amber.
I bought 20 boxes or Traditional Oak Amber with same lot numbers to do the dining room and kitchen. It acclimated in the two rooms for a about 5 days while I installed new plywood (sanded) as a base for the planks. Installation is pretty straight forward by following the instructions and the video Home Depot has on YouTube.
My complaint (so far) is the butt joints (where planks butt end to end). Every one of them is noticeable and it's the first thing you see. I'm not just pointing out a few of them. I'm pointing out ALL of them.
I tried putting some in on the loose side, the tight side, tapping some, and not tapping some but the results are the same.
I'm going to wait for a month to see if they settle down but if not, I'm going to file a complaint with H.D. because at that point I'm going to say their defective.
Funny thing is that this Traditional Oak Amber is the only one that has a lot of raised grain and gloss to it. The others are dull and have low grain.
February 19, 2015