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Allure 6 in. x 36 in. Alpine Elm Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring (24 sq. ft. / case)

$1.79 /sq. ft.
Covers 24.00 sq. ft.
$42.96 /case

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Use TrafficMASTER Allure 6 in. x 36 in. Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring to add the warm, comfortable style of real wood to your interior living space. This highly durable, water-resistant flooring is great for use in basements, kitchens, bathrooms and high traffic areas. The floating floor installs over most existing surfaces including concrete, wood and vinyl with no floor preparation or adhesives required. It offers a patented GripStrip design for simple installation.

  • Alpine Elm color finish offers the natural look of real wood plank flooring
  • 3.8 mm thickness x 6 in. width x 36 in. length
  • 4 mil wear layer
  • Water-resistant planks can be used almost anywhere in your home
  • Patented GripStrip design offers easy installation over most existing floors
  • For use indoors and in temperature controlled environments only
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Refer to the installation guide for detailed instructions
  • Online orders for this item may ship in multiple parcel packages or on a pallet via truckline carrier depending on order quantity
  • 16 planks per case






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Install over painted concrete floor?

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New Jersey
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April 22, 2015
Can these planks be installed on top of my basement concrete floor which is very dry but has been painted or do I have to remove paint first?
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Short Hills, NJ and Los Angeles, CA
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Yes, I have done that in several apartments. However, consider using Cork underlay (from HD, in rolls), to even out the surface, and to give a softer feel. That's what I use.
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Tacoma, WA
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i would guess it would be great to install over any painted or non-painted concrete or stone product. I would advise putting down a layer of 6 mills of poly first though.
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Seattle, Wa
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August 12, 2015
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You can install them right on top of the painted floor. That is what I did in my basement. I just washed the floors first to make sure they were clean and then installed the floor over it. It came out great.
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Pensacola Florida
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August 12, 2015
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I installed it over marble tile - with no issues. Since it floats, it should be fine. Just to be sure I would check with the manufacturer or your local Home Depot for specifics.
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Stockton, Ca
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June 30, 2015
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Over a painter concrete floor should not be a problem as it is a floating floor system that is not adhered to the substrate
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May 19, 2015
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No need to remove the paint. This vinyl does't stick to the floor at all. It sticks to other vinyl planks and floats over top of the existing floor. It's held down by weight and good fit to the walls around the edges.
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May 5, 2015
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Yes, this can be installed over a painted floor without removing the paint.
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April 23, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in the TrafficMaster Allure Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring in Alpine Elm. As long as your concrete floor is sealed, you shouldn't have any issue installing over paint.
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April 22, 2015
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As long as your concrete basement floor is sound, solid and has a hydrostatic pressure of 8 psi or less you can install Alpine Elm Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring without removing the paint first.
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Whole house?

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January 6, 2014
I would love to know if this flooring would look good throughout an entire house? Our home is in FL near the water but not on it. Its a nice home, not a starter home and has a costal cottage look. Would this type of flooring cheapen the look of our home or is it nicer then the old fashion linoleum I remember from my childhood??? Thanks for any honest opinions!
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North Fort Myers, FL, USA
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February 25, 2014
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I installed this in my Florida home - beach theme. It looks phenomenal! The grayish look is just perfect for a beach decorating look! Go for it!
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Belleview FL
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February 19, 2014
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I just finished installing this product in my living room, dining room and kitchen. It has a very high quality look when finished. I would recommend a whole house installation. I would have done the bedrooms too, but we prefer carpeting in those areas.
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Louisville, KY, USA
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February 18, 2014
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This flooring looks wonderful throughout my condominium. it looks great I don't think you have a thing to worry about in laying an entire house with it. I will say, I have scratched it moving furniture that had an acoustic gravel under it, so be very careful and moving heavy furniture
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February 11, 2014
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In my opinion, it depends which color you choose. If you choose one that looks "real" then I don't think it will necessarily cheapen the look. On the other hand it's not going to add value either, like tile would. Personally, I like it better than tile because it's not cold, it's easier to care for, if you drop a dish on it the dish isn't going to shatter and there's no chance the tile will chip.
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Cincinnati, OH, USA
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February 4, 2014
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I think this type of flooring wioul look much better than old fashioned linoleum. The light, grayish colored elm would be perfect in a cottage. Check it out. We love it in our new kitchen/eating area. Great for kids!
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January 28, 2014
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Like any floor, proper care makes all the difference. This flooring is a breeze to put down if you remember to keep the edges together as tight as possible. Most of my home is done in Allure. It is comfortable to walk on, and looks great. However, you live in Florida, a state I have had experience with. Sand equals grit. As you know, sand can be a problem on floors in beach front homes. So here is my Read More
Like any floor, proper care makes all the difference. This flooring is a breeze to put down if you remember to keep the edges together as tight as possible. Most of my home is done in Allure. It is comfortable to walk on, and looks great. However, you live in Florida, a state I have had experience with. Sand equals grit. As you know, sand can be a problem on floors in beach front homes. So here is my recommendation: I "Swiffer" my floors with microfiber clothes daily. I change cloths often and shake them over a trash can to make certain the sand/grit is not carried to another part of the floor. I also vacuum twice a week with a Dyson type no loss of suction machine that takes up any of the larger particles I have missed.
Sounds like a lot of work , but its not. As to making the house look cheaper, that is a personal preference that no one can answer but you. Suggestion: Invest in one box for around fifty dollars. Lay it out near a doorway in a square. Walk on it for a few weeks, and treat it like the floor you want to have. Then make a decision.
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January 14, 2014
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I think it's much nicer than peel and stick or sheet vinyl, but to me it is distinguishable from real wood. If you want waterproof, it is acceptable, but I would choose a high quality laminate for whole house if you are not concerned about 100% waterproof.
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January 10, 2014
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Hey Michellerobin1979 and thanks for your question...yes, this product would look great throughout an enitre floor. Please know that if this home is seasonal this product will not work. The temperature in the home must be between 65-85 degrees. Also, if you install it directly on concrete please use a 6 mill poly prior to installing it. Thank you again :)
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Can I order just a few planks separtely? A case would just barely do my room, but I don't want to buy a whole case just for a couple of planks.

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Roseburg, OR
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I would check with the store. Sometimes they have a partial box.
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I have always ordered by the box and never seen smaller orders. However, at the reasonable prices for such a great floor, a second box may not be too great a burden. I have left over planks and have found uses for them. I have put pieces together to make "squares" that I used for other places. For example: four planks, bound by decorative binding tape, makes a landing spot just under the dog door and Read More
I have always ordered by the box and never seen smaller orders. However, at the reasonable prices for such a great floor, a second box may not be too great a burden. I have left over planks and have found uses for them. I have put pieces together to make "squares" that I used for other places. For example: four planks, bound by decorative binding tape, makes a landing spot just under the dog door and muddy paws don't reach the rest of the house. I can take it outside and sweep the dirt off the easy clean surface. Read Less
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September 9, 2013
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I would advise you to go ahead and order an extra box, you will loose some portion of the planks due to cuts and it is always nice to have a little extra in case of a wrong cut, or if you damage a piece later on down the road, and need to replace a section.
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Unfortunately you would have to purchase the case. However think of this way. If some unexpected damage happens later down the road, you may not be able to get exactly the same color or pattern. Manufacturers switch out product frequently to keep up with current design demands. Better to have some just in case.
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No - it is just sold by the box
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I don't believe you can but that would be a great option if you could.
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July 10, 2013
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We only sell by the case
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My experience is NO. Unless there is a very accomodating manager at the store and a package is already open.
Besides, having a few extra pieces is always good in the event there are any cuts made which are not quite correct, or the floor gets damaged by moving furniture or some unexpected mishap.
Most contractors want 10 % over for just such instances.
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My experience is NO. Unless there is a very accomodating manager at the store and a package is already open.
Besides, having a few extra pieces is always good in the event there are any cuts made which are not quite correct, or the floor gets damaged by moving furniture or some unexpected mishap.
Most contractors want 10 % over for just such instances.
If this is a special order you definately want some extra, as this line may be discontinued at some point.
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If installing new kitchen cabinets, should you install Allure all the way to the walls first, and then install the cabinets?

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The way one would with tile or wood or laminate? I hate the idea of just installing it up to the cabinet edge.
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I'm with you. I would install it first. But if you do that you are paying for and covering up sections that will never be seen. When we installed in our basement. We moved the work cabinets where we wanted them and then installed around them. But now the cabinets will have to stay in that location or else if we move them they will show bare concrete floors where they were.
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If the flooring is going to be 100% covered by the cabinets, I don't know that I would do that. It's just an added cost, and not any benefit. But, you may find someone who feels differently about it - definitely talk to your Home Depot professional.
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I don't know if there is a right way or wrong way, I would recommend going all the way to the wall. If you put the cabinets in first and then the flooring, and if you then spill something on the floor later, the water (or spaghetti sauce) would probably end up going under the flooring - which is bad. If the planks go all the way to the wall, that is less likely, and also less prone to cause a problem. My Read More
I don't know if there is a right way or wrong way, I would recommend going all the way to the wall. If you put the cabinets in first and then the flooring, and if you then spill something on the floor later, the water (or spaghetti sauce) would probably end up going under the flooring - which is bad. If the planks go all the way to the wall, that is less likely, and also less prone to cause a problem. My opinion on it... Read Less
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Your cabinets would have a more stable footing on the slab or bare surface, without Allur flooring. You would also save the cost of extra flooring. The issue then becomes trim work around the cabinet bases to cover where the flooring meets the cabinet base.
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May 2, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in the TrafficMaster Allure resilient vinyl plank flooring in Alpine Elm. We do not recommend installing cabinets on top of this product as it is designed to be a floating floor for expansion and contraction. The gap by the cabinet edge can be covered by shoe molding or and other type for flooring molding. Zamma offers molding in Alpine Elm via Read More
Thank you for your interest in the TrafficMaster Allure resilient vinyl plank flooring in Alpine Elm. We do not recommend installing cabinets on top of this product as it is designed to be a floating floor for expansion and contraction. The gap by the cabinet edge can be covered by shoe molding or and other type for flooring molding. Zamma offers molding in Alpine Elm via http://www.homedepot.com/s/alpine%2520elm%2520zamma?NCNI-5 . Read Less
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May 1, 2015
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Hello Jillybean and thank you for your question.
You should install the cabinets first, and then install the flooring. The toe kick (under the cabinets) or a piece of moulding (like coordinating quarteround moulding) will cover the space between the cabinets and the edge of the vinyl flooring.
Best wishes on your project.
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May 1, 2015
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No, do not install permanent cabinets, vanities, etc.over Allure as this will prevent Allure from expanding and contracting.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 179 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product!!! This Allure floor is so easy to install and the finished product looks great. I got lots of compliments. I would highly recommended to anyone that would like to install new flooring. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by User-friendly flooring planks; beautiful results My husband and I are both 70 years old and installed these planks over existing sheet vinyl in our kitchen. We took our time and must say we are extremely pleased with the results. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Allure Alpine Elm Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring The floor was extremely easy to lay down. The finished floor, I must say, looked like a professional job. The feel to your feet is real good and so easy to keep clean. My wife loved the look and feel of the floor, she just loves it. Me too! June 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install and looks great! The installation was really easy. It only took a few hours of work to get it all done. (And I only messed up once or twice!) The ability to place right on top of the older laminate tiles was a big plus for us. The flooring looks awesome in the bathroom. We'll probably get some more to do the other bathroom, too! April 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great flooring I am very happy with Allure flooring. It was so easy for me to install, and I did this for the first time. I would definitely recommend this product. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Pleased with this purchase This is the first flooring I have ever installed myself. I had the normal learning curve issues (getting the plank cut correctly to fit around the toilet, etc. A more advanced DIYer might have removed the toilet first but my way worked too. ha! Don't be afraid to try it! It is relatively inexpensive so you can buy a little extra and learn from the mistakes. Laying it was very simple after getting the proper cuts. What an improvement from the old resilient. Just do it!! March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Khaki Oak We have very ugly tiles in our guest bedrooms so we decided to replace it with the vinyl flooring. With two people, we spent only 3.5 hours to install the new floor over the existing tiles. Easy and Affordable. We're happy with the result. Hopefully it will be last long. March 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Looking Product This is a very nice looking product and fairly easy to install. I cut it with all-purpose shears and didn't need a miter saw. My problem is that I installed it on a second floor sub-floor that was not level and had screws sticking up. This product will mold to anything, but will also show the bumps in the sub-floor. Be careful when installing because if you make a mistake and want to pull the plank back up you'll need to do it right away and carefully. If the adhesive on the two planks begin to set up you'll be tearing the strips right off and then you've got real problems. December 22, 2015
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