Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 197
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Judmar TrafficMaster Allure Flooring
Due to water damage we were required to replace the downstairs flooring. This is a heavy traffic area and since we live on a farm the boots do not necessarily come off each time we come into the house. I needed something that was durable, scratch resistant and water proof. I really like laminate flooring but it was not durable enough for what I needed. Your employee, Rob, showed me the TrafficMaster Allure Plank flooring and I was sold. Now I have the durability that I require and the look of laminate all in one. Thank you.
December 11, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5Â by lubab Trafficmaster flooring
I wanted a new look in my kitchen to go with my new cupboards. I went through a major dilemma trying to find the right flooring to go with my beautiful cupboards.....something that was durable, waterproof, not expensive, easy to install and looked great.
A Home Depot employee showed me the Traffic Master flooring "Allure Yukon Gold".
I am extremely happy with the Traffic Master flooring - this product as it met all my requirements! I love my kitchen floor and would highly recommend this product!
January 24, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5Â by dijack Traffic Master Resilient Flooring
My non-handy husband recently installed this flooring in our new Modular home. As you can see from the attached photo, it turned out beautifully ! It is as easy to layout and install as it sounds in the directions. (How often does THAT ever happen?) This product is not only easy to layout - cut and attach together, we also found it forgiving of mistakes! I would highly recommend this product to anyone looking for an affordable and easy to maintain alternative to hardwood.
September 18, 2007
Rated 1 out of 5Â by needhelp Seam will widen after a few months.
I installed this in my basement about six months ago, and I did it very carefully so that the seam was very small and not noticeable. I was very happy with the result at that time. After a few months the seams are widen, it is very noticeable and ugly. If I knew this ahead of time, I certainly will not install this floor. I will not recommend this floor to anyone. If someone knows how to fix my problem, it will be greatly appreciated if you can let me know.
May 2, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Robert1227 Home DIY Flooring
It is relatively simple to install a floor from Home Depot. They have two great staff I had worked with who showed me the products that I needed to get me setup. It was cheaper than I thought and I had done it when the floor promotion was on which made it even better!
I had comparisoned shopped but with the service and selection, I decided to get the oak flooring.
The underpadding was simple to lay down - it's just laying it down!
In terms of the floor, the help I received made it easy to figure out how much I needed, and I could also rent the equipment to cut the flooring to fit. With just a couple of minutes of help from the staff, I knew how to lay it, the spacing to separate the flooring, etc...
The product has been great, it reflects light which is great in a small space since it opens up the room - I don't have any ceiling lighting so this is an easy fix to making it brighter and more large.
It looks expensive and even with me installing it, it looks professional. Of course you can get Home Depot to install it as well, but in a simple weekend, I had 3 rooms finished.
I'd highly reccomend this or any of the other options depending on your decor and taste.
August 18, 2007