Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 255
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by wallen16 garbage flooring
This flooring is very disappointing. We where going to go with the interlocking flooring because the last one we had held up very well, except for the slow leak of the dishwasher which caused us to have to replace it. The guy at home depot recommended this because of it's DURABILITY and it's FORGIVENESS. My husband installed it on oct. 31 by feb. we had a good size slit in it and on March 17th I noticed a gash(divot) out of the floor. We have no little kids living here or visiting. It's just me, my husband, grown daughter and 3 dogs( the biggest dog is 40 pounds). I would hate to see what this floor would look like with heavy traffic. It does look nice when down and if done correctly. There is a spot that is coming up but not sure if flooring or the installer. It is just one spot so may be flooring since I've had other problems. I would never recommend this floor. It says 25 yr warranty we will see. Seeing it was highly recommended my husband laid it down the whole length of the room and then we put our new cabinets in. So, we will have a heck of a time fixing and or replacing it.
March 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BrendaB Allur vinly flooring planks
The flooring tiles are easy to cut to size. They do not have to be fastened down making it easier to install and they fit together very closely if you are careful about laying them. The floor is also easy to maintain.
February 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ILIKEFISHING Never again
If you have to put this stuff in anything besides a large, perfectly square or rectangle room, then don't bother. Also, if you've never done anything like this before, it's going to be a nightmare. You have to lay out the planks before you want to set them in place. Obviously you want to see how it'll look. Problem, so much dirt gets on the adhesive strips so fast, that they don't stick together once you are ready to set them in place. The adhesive strips being offset means you have to lay them a certain way, which becomes very difficult to deal with once you get to the other side of the room from where you started. This junk has been a nightmare,and the directions couldn't be worse. I'll never use this stuff again.
May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Buster Second room we've done
This wasn't the first time we've put down Allure. It was in the room to acclimate for a week. The tile was easy to put down, we had a straight line on the floor to make sure we didn't go crooked. Every section was put down as tight as possible with the previous pieces. Each joint was pressed to ensure a good tight seal. Even with all these steps we have a lot of small cracks between pieces, at least half of the joints. We had to buy unsanded grout from Lowes because Home Depot doesn't sell it. The grout is available in different colors to match. This was the only time I've ever had a problem with Allure.
April 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jenn Easy to work with -Great finish
This floor was very easy to lay down and had a great finished look. Only one word of caution... the corners can easily be damaged so be careful how you handle them. Mine were shipped and one box had a wrinkled corner with every tile having the starter corner knocked off. Turned out I didn't need that box and the floor went down in a matter of hours even with cuts around poles and a drain hole. I would work with this product again!
May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jstjoehere After 4 years in bathroom
I believe that a review should be done after the product is truly put to use. 4 years ago I put in a bathroom/washroom. The flooring still looks as good as it did day 1. even after constantly sliding laundry baskets across it, the usual bathroom moisture ect. Its very easy to clean I usually just run a steam mop across it when it needs it.
Ive seen alot of complaints about the glue showing through on the grout lines. this is more than likely due to how its was laid and not a product defect. I done it with the first 2 pieces I put together and the trick is dont tilt the outter edge of the tile your putting down upward. And make sure to get them pressed together good. You have to either walk the seems a few times both ways or roll it both ways a few different times. That seems to be the key to keeping the flooring down. Im about to finish a kitchen and will be using this product in it as well.
May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Instaaler Great looking tile, but don't make a mistake.
Assemble easily, looks great but once stuck together it's over.
May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by keleb A month later...no complaints...
Replaced the carpeted bathroom with this product. I only needed one box, so you can imagine how small my bathroom is (I ended up with one spare sheet). Just make sure the glue strip butts the adjoining one or relay it within a minute. I then walked over the seam with my 175 pound body. I found that cutting with a razor was tough and the top layer was extremely harder to cut through. I tried heavy duty scissors and amazingly they worked very well.A couple of weeks after it was all laid, I got some gray caulk that matches the seams and covered the hairlines between the pieces. It was laid on a clean wooden floor. So far, it feels solid. I added here a pic before and after.
September 24, 2015