Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 130
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GB It is fantastic!
This is truly the best flooring I have ever used. I removed my old carpeting in a high traffic room, where we have doorwall and which 2 German shepards and people go outside/in many times a day, carrying in dirt, grit, water and mud. I was worried about the quality of our subfloor but came to find out that this tile has outstanding hiding value on pocked, or flawed subflooring. It floats on it and is thick enough for it not to be an issue at all. The glue is outstanding. You want to take your time when you put the tiles together to get the best fit possible. Watch YouTube videos for install techniques. It is simple to do, really, it is. You'll need a utility knife with a few sharp blades to do your trim work. Buy an extra box if you plan to stagger the tiles. Cleaning the tiles is as simple as wiping them down. Again-outstanding!
August 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by aer110 Great stuff
Great product, easy to work with and install. Have now done a small bathroom with odd cuts and a larger space (kitchen, hall, 2 baths, dining area) with ease.
August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BJ ALLURE FLOORING
The flooring was easy to install and looks great. It washes well and dirt doesn't stick for long. THANKS
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ericforman Excellent Choice For Fickle Kit/Bath
One of the most ridiculous things in many homes is the needless buildup of layers of flooring that's nailed, screwed and glued down, particularly in kitchens and baths that are subject to abuse, moisture damage and more frequent whimsical changes in fashion. Ripping up five or more layers, as I've done repeatedly, is tough, messy, destructive work, but the eventual problems with toilet flanges, transitions to other rooms, and subtle architectural awkwardness eventually brings us to it. Or, maybe you dream of restoring and refinishing the horribly abused original antique tongue and groove floor entombed below, but your budget and schedule just aren't quite ready? I beg you to consider plank vinyl or composite ("Pergo") floors. No glues, no fasteners. When you're sick of it or it's damaged, just lift it up and throw it away. While I'm at it, I'll put in a plug for easily removable wallpaper for the same reason, instead of coat after coat of messy paint followed by layer after layer of new paneling/sheetrock. Our rooms need not shrink! :)
August 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Carguri Great product love it!
I used this product for an island and worked perfectly fine! Love it!
February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jim Love it
My wife loves our new kitchen floor. It looks great. I had it installed so I don't know about ease of installation.
May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Tina Great Tiles and easy to install
The Tiles are easy to install and they are also easy to cut. Watch out for the sticky par. everything gets stuck very quickly. We are very happy with the new Kitchen Floor.
May 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Remodeler Beware seams and corners pop up - glue not strong enough
We saw lots of videos saying this was a great product. We have a 8x9 laundry room that we needed to spruce up so thought this would be a good fit. What a disaster. We carefully followed the instructions. Everything was carefully cleaned ahead of time, seams were carefully put together, a laminate roller was used, and no one walked on it for a couple of days to make sure the glue was set. Within one day corners started popping up. Heat gunned the corners and seams. Next two days more corners popped up. Heat gunned the corners and seams. Two days later more seams are coming apart.
This is on a plywood floor with one layer of vinyl underneath. It is not concrete. There are no windows so there are no sun or heat issues. The room is moderate temperature all the time. We've barely even walked on the floor. At this point my husband has wasted an entire day on and the flooring is worthless.
Google the words "Allure vinyl" and "seams separating" or "corners popping up" There are tons of complaints about this product. The smaller wood look planks don't seem to have as many issues as these wider tile look planks. We're trying to get our money back because we're clearly going to have to do something else.
Waste of time, waste of money, waste of energy.
June 6, 2015