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

$1.49 /sq. ft.
Covers 24.00 sq. ft.
$35.76 /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.

  • Cherry 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
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • 16 planks per case






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Dimensions

Approximate Tile Size 
6x36 
Coverage Area (sq. ft./case) 
24 
Product Length (in.) 
36 
Product Thickness (in.) 
0.15 
Product Thickness (mm) 
3.8 
Product Width (in.) 

Details

Antimicrobial 
No 
Color Family 
Red/Orange 
Color/Finish 
Cherry 
Commercial / Residential 
Residential 
Flooring Product Type 
Vinyl Plank 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor 
Installable over Cork Underlayment 
No 
Installation Type 
GripStrip 
Mark Resistant 
Yes 
Material 
Vinyl 
Product Weight (lb.) 
2.26 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Sample 
No 
Scratch Resistant 
Yes 
Shape 
Plank 
Skid Resistant 
Yes 
Stain Resistant 
Yes 
Vinyl Surface Type 
Embossed 
Waterproof 
No 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
25-year limited residential 

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Do you need the roller (shown in the video) for installation or can you press down manually on the planks to get the same result?

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Buffalo,NY
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May 7, 2016
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I had a professional installer put the floor in and asked him about the roller and he said he found with the ton's of this type of floor he's installed that as long as he presses down on all the seams and kneels over all the planks it adheres well and doesn't need rolling. It's been perfectly fine and seems really sturdy, with no problems of the seams coming up. I think it turned out beautiful!!
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May 2, 2016
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YES!!!! It's very important. My installers didn't use, and I have planks coming up!
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Auburn California 95603
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April 10, 2016
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I bought that roller and used it 3 times and put it away. I started using a rubber mallet and just smacking the glue joint and no marks and it stayed stuck together looks beautiful
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February 1, 2016
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We just installed these vinyl tiles in our bathrooms, kitchen and eat in area and what we used was a rolling pin. Our Home Depot and lowes in port Orange, fl did not have the rollers. Said they don't carry them and so we went to rent one at a rental company and it was in bad shape and it would have scratched the new tiles so we rolled with rolling pin. Worked great and we love the new flooring!!!
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January 4, 2016
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We did our whole basement in a weekend, (we didnt work to hard at it) and just used a hand roller I had in the garage. Over 6 months later it still looks good.
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December 28, 2015
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Super easy to install without a roller
My only suggestion would be you use a heat gun (or hair dryer) and preheat the seams before you stick them together and mating seams will stick together much easier (due to cold weather). If you don't have a roller make sure you apply a bit of hand pressure fit to make sure seams mate/line up correctly, then you can apply pressure by walking across seams to seal Read More
Super easy to install without a roller
My only suggestion would be you use a heat gun (or hair dryer) and preheat the seams before you stick them together and mating seams will stick together much easier (due to cold weather). If you don't have a roller make sure you apply a bit of hand pressure fit to make sure seams mate/line up correctly, then you can apply pressure by walking across seams to seal the deal
Laid two medium sized bathroom in a matter or a few hours with help from a send person
Super easy product to install for newbies...you can trim or cut with a regular mitre saw and/or a table saw you might have laying around (just be careful when using a table saw as material is a bit slick when you are pushing or pulling...use your safety stick and someone pulling from exit side of table saw will aid in cutting). Also used a jig saw to make special corner or odd cuts. Material cit fault easily
You can use painter tape across your cut line, although it cut fairly nicely for me even without it (with no apparent cracking or chipping)...I just wouldn't go too slow because you dont want it to melt a bit or booger up the end.... Just regular steady speed when making your cuts and you are good to go Read Less
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October 29, 2015
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I don't think you would have to have the roller, but it isn't too expensive and it does help to be sure the planks are pushed down good so the sticky strips are together as good as possible.
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March 6, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in Allure Cherry Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring. It is strongly recommended that you use a hand roller and a 75 to 100 lb roller to ensure seams are tight.
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North Collins, NY
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April 30, 2014
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We did not use the roller and it came out just fine.
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Zephyrhills, FL, USA
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March 5, 2014
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It would probably be easier with the roller and they can be rented no need to purchase one but as for my self I walked mine down I weigh 215lbs, I first pressed it down then walked it down worked for me
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Texas, USA
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February 24, 2014
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I bought the roller, however after rolling a couple of sections we didn't see a difference so we continued installing the flooring without using the roller.
Manually pressing down the seams worked for my living room.
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Alliance, OH
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February 24, 2014
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Honestly I can see no reason to NEED the roller in normal installs. Just my opinion,,, not needed.
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February 24, 2014
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No, you can lean, press or walk on them. Biggest thing is bringing them up to temperature. Our were stored in basement, brought them upstairs for several weeks (basement was cold) and then cranked the heat in the Kitchen and DR where they were being installed. Open packages and lay out flat so they warm up. I really think heat/cold contributes to the problems some have talked about. Our seams have lasted Read More
No, you can lean, press or walk on them. Biggest thing is bringing them up to temperature. Our were stored in basement, brought them upstairs for several weeks (basement was cold) and then cranked the heat in the Kitchen and DR where they were being installed. Open packages and lay out flat so they warm up. I really think heat/cold contributes to the problems some have talked about. Our seams have lasted 5 years, go through mop cleaning, now steam cleaning and no problems what so ever. Read Less
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February 24, 2014
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A roller would certainly be easier on your hands and fingers, but it's not required in my opinion. We didn't use one, and aside from the sore fingers and knuckles from pushing down on the seams, it went in just fine.
We did "walk the lines" as well to be sure it was all down securely, but the glue is pretty determined to keep things together without much encouragement. Hope this helps! Good luck!
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February 24, 2014
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Not only do you need the Roller, but you should get one with an extended Handle so you can push down on those adhesive strips as hard as possible with both hands rolling with your weight to make sure they are in place as tightly as they can be, don't skimp on the pressure (roll in the direction of the connection) and if you make a mistake be careful taking them apart, other wise you may break one and if Read More
Not only do you need the Roller, but you should get one with an extended Handle so you can push down on those adhesive strips as hard as possible with both hands rolling with your weight to make sure they are in place as tightly as they can be, don't skimp on the pressure (roll in the direction of the connection) and if you make a mistake be careful taking them apart, other wise you may break one and if you do, discard it and put a brand new one in its place. you will be glad you got an extended roller.
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February 24, 2014
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I used a hand dolly and rolled it across the seam. This worked really well with a few boxes of the flooring material adding compression weight.
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Do you need to put down any type of cushioning material before floating the floor?

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Coumbus, OH
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December 27, 2015
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I laid this flooring down by myself, in my 10' x 10' office a year ago and still love it. I'm 63 years old and it only took me a couple of hours to complete the entire project, including removing the toe molding trim around the baseboards first, which wasn't necessary, I just chose to do it so the flooring would be situated underneath the baseboard trim. (The old flooring was 8" x 8" adhesive backed Read More
I laid this flooring down by myself, in my 10' x 10' office a year ago and still love it. I'm 63 years old and it only took me a couple of hours to complete the entire project, including removing the toe molding trim around the baseboards first, which wasn't necessary, I just chose to do it so the flooring would be situated underneath the baseboard trim. (The old flooring was 8" x 8" adhesive backed tiles, that many were loose, so I removed all of those the night before.) Since I would be putting down the new planks over a concrete foundation, as was recommended on the box, I laid the recommended plastic sheeting down first before laying the Allure vinyl plank flooring. I am so impressed with this product, as is anyone else that sees it and walks over it. It truly looks (and sounds) just like real wood planks. Although it CAN be scored and snapped apart with just a utility knife and straight edge, I wanted a cleaner, sharper edge so the ends would butt up against the next plank better, so I cut mine with my chop saw. LOTS faster and sharper cut. If I had known how much easier this product was going to be to install, and how much more wood-like it was going to be visually, I would have laid in my hallway too, instead of the real wood vineer planks that I had installed a month earlier, which took me over a week to install myself that cost me almost 3 times as much. I STILL highly recommend this product! Read Less
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September 9, 2015
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Nope...not for these floors. Just make sure the floor is dust free.
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March 6, 2015
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The only approved underlayment for Allure is a 6 mill poly and that is only needed when installing over cement. Any cushion underlayment will void the warranty and cause the product to lift.
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Aurora, IL
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April 15, 2014
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I recommend putting down the foam underlay. It's helps with noise reduction and makes the floor a lot more comfortable to walk on. I didn't use it in one room and am thinking about pulling it up and putting down the underlay.
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Nashville, TN
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October 16, 2013
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You do not need any cushioning material. I have had this put down over existing sheet vinyl and on sub-flooring and see no difference.
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Marysville, WA, USA
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June 27, 2013
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NO - a good solid base is all it requires. The floor is silent. I hade no idea it would be but immediately noticed it. LOVE mine!
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Grand Lake, CO, USA
May 7, 2013
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No. It's much quieter than hard laminate flooring, too.
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March 15, 2013
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The only approved underlayment fornAllure is a 6 mill poly and that is only needed when installing over cement. Any cushion underlayment will void the warranty and cause the product to lift.
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March 6, 2013
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No, cushion material is needed the vinyl flooring planks have a decent amount of thickness.
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March 6, 2013
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No. In fact you don't want to. That would be a mistake with the glue strips.
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Arma, KS
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No we did not put anything under it.
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February 27, 2013
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When placing over concrete, I highly recommend placing this product over roll foam pad such as that by Roberts and sold at Home Depot. I don't have the exact dimensions for the foam but it comes in rolls that are approx. 4' W x 50' L x 3/16" Thick and cost about $25.00 per roll.
This will make the floor much quieter and make for a smooth transition over any imperfections in the sub-floor. Although Read More
When placing over concrete, I highly recommend placing this product over roll foam pad such as that by Roberts and sold at Home Depot. I don't have the exact dimensions for the foam but it comes in rolls that are approx. 4' W x 50' L x 3/16" Thick and cost about $25.00 per roll.
This will make the floor much quieter and make for a smooth transition over any imperfections in the sub-floor. Although somewhat beneficial for same reasons, this is not as critical when installing over existing floors such as wood and vinyl.
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February 26, 2013
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No, you don't. I laid the flooring over linoleum in my bathrooms and directly over the concrete in my office and guest bedroom. However, you do need to make sure the concrete is level, for that I used concrete patch for small holes and self leveling compound for large uneven areas. Also, from what I understand, if you put cushioning material underneath vinyl planks it will cause problems.
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South Rockwood, Michgain
February 26, 2013
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no you can put it over an existing floor as long as the floor is not peeling up in any areas. I laid mone over my existing linoleum floor.
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Can this product be installed over existing vinyl or does the old have to be removed first?

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Marysville, WA, USA
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I installed over existing sheet vinyl as all it requires is a flat base. If I'd had rips/tears in the vinyl I would have removed it. It looks awesome, is completely silent & I'm so happy I went with this product.
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Grand Lake, CO, USA
May 7, 2013
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You have to install this over a smooth surface or risk failing seams. Variation of less than half the thickness of the product won't be a problem, but more than that can cause failing seams and surface blemishes. Use a floor-leveling compound to fill in uneven spots or install a 1/4" underlayment. As long as your old vinyl isn't brittle, you can lay right over the top.
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Arma, KS
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March 5, 2013
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The instructions state you can put it over the old but mine was coming up in several places so I removed all of it.
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November 21, 2012
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It would do fine over vinyl. I would not waste my time removing the old floor.
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November 3, 2012
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This product may be installed over exisitng vinyl flooring that has been cleaned thoroughly first.
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Depends. That was one question we kept going over but eventually we did it over the existing vinyl floor. As long as you do not lay it over multiple flooring you will be fine. As a precaution we did use adhesive for the corners and some areas before placing the planks.
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Yes. Awesome stuff.
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yes. As long as the flooring is relatively smooth, it should work fine.
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I installed it over old concrete but a friend uses it in his rental properties in kitchen, entries and baths and installs it over the old vinyl or wood floor. Of course, there are many variables to this and you will raise the height of the floor which will affect transitions in doorways, where it meets other floor coverings, etc.
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I installed it over old concrete but a friend uses it in his rental properties in kitchen, entries and baths and installs it over the old vinyl or wood floor. Of course, there are many variables to this and you will raise the height of the floor which will affect transitions in doorways, where it meets other floor coverings, etc.
We also suggest that you try to first correct as many imperfections as possible such as loose or high nails under the old vinyl and squeaking sub-floors.
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July 31, 2012
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as long as your flooring is flat and not lifting in any areas you can install over your existing floor, that is one of the major advantages of installing Allure
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how long do you let the finished installation set or can you walk over it immediately after done laying

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We walked on it immediately. It is held together by sticky strips, so I think the faster and more pressure to keep them together the better. I can't think of any reason you would have to wait. No glue or anything else that has to dry.
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You can walk on while installing. This is my completed floor.
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Immediately
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December 5, 2014
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Thank you for your interest in the Allure Cherry Vinyl Plank Flooring. You can walk on your new flooring right after install. No set time is required.
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THey recommend you roll over it with a roller. I actually just stepped heavily and often to get the glue to adhere on advice of another contractor and that worked. Make sure to step on each one in all locations of the glue to get good adhesion if you don't use a roller. Install at optimum temps to ensure good adhesion.. You can walk on it immediately, but know that for the first few rows, they may travel Read More
THey recommend you roll over it with a roller. I actually just stepped heavily and often to get the glue to adhere on advice of another contractor and that worked. Make sure to step on each one in all locations of the glue to get good adhesion if you don't use a roller. Install at optimum temps to ensure good adhesion.. You can walk on it immediately, but know that for the first few rows, they may travel until you have enough installed (heavy weight to keep them from moving) to to keep them in the place you want. Read Less
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No need to wait with this type of flooring. You may begin walking and placing your kitchen table and chairs on it when you are done. Enjoy!
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We walked over it right after the installation and put the furniture right away.
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Immediately-in fact, the more it's walked on, the better the adhesive will set.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 423 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Started Lifting after 1 Day We ordered this flooring thinking it was the locking floor by Allure that we had installed the previous year in my wife's salon and were very happy with. When it arrived we found that it was the self adhesive tabs. Against my better judgement, i decided to install it after letting it acclimate. All seams were pressed with a roller. The next day the product started to lift at the seams. We had Home Depot file a claim and Allure refunded all our money without a fight. My guess is that they have tons of problems with the floor. The new floor (locking) just arrived. The old floor will make a good vapor barrier for the new one. I hope this helps someone from making the same mistake as me. July 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by HORRIBLE! FLOOR NEEDS TO BE REPLACED! I bought this product aft.er reading the reviews. I let it sit and acclimate in my house for a full week. Then my wife and I watched videos on installation and the install was done in a day. About 6 months later the joints started to open up! The planks are shrinking in length, some of the gaps a 1/4 inch! The product looked great after we installed it, but now we must replace the entire floor! What a waste of time and money! For the time being, since we cannot afford to replace the floor we have had to buy a large rug to cover the gaps in the flooring! May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful Floor After the great reviews, I went over to YouTube and watched how the floor is installed. Looked fairly easy. All the reviews are true. April 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by horrible product Don't buy this!!! i bought this product for a basement floor as recommended by my friend. The adhesive failed within two months of install and the company would not honor my claim. The CSR who handled my claim basically avoided calling me, and when I did get in touch with her, she indicated my room was too cold (58 in middle of winter). The product warranty indicates an adhesive failure well below this temperature, so it should have held up easily at room temp. They completely disregarded my upset as a customer and shrugged me off after I spent $1000 on their product. #disgraceful March 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome product So easy to put down! stands up great to pet accidents. I can't wait to get this in my whole house! April 12, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Looks good, poor durability I really wanted to love this product. It's cheap, very easy to install and it looks really good. But the good looks don't last. As soon as we moved furniture back in it scratched- and we were careful and had applied pads to the underside of our furniture. Even the kids playing on it resulted in scratching. Customer service for Allure is TERRIBLE, too. I emailed to see if they had any products to help make the scratches less noticeable and they basically told me "no, and don't expect it to be scratch-proof." Uh, thanks. I didn't. But I did expect something that says resilient right in the name to be a little more hardy. We picked this product because we wanted something that would stand up to kids, but this is not the case. Also, and this may be obvious to some people but I didn't realize, vinyl planks are slippery! My kids have wiped out quite a few times since we installed this. Overall, I don't feel it's a great product for kids. One tip: I think the people who are complaining about it coming up probably didn't rent/use a heavy roller as recommended. We bought this for 3 rooms. After installing the first we thought maybe we could get away with just using a lot of body weight on the hand roller. Nope. That room started coming up at the seams. So we rented the floor roller again for the third room and so far that is holding up fine. April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this product! "Allure products are easy to install, look great and are tough! An easy DIY! July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by very good try not to install on very hot days while sweating June 28, 2016
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