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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JustGoAskAlice Love the results!!
I read all the reviews here and it helped my decision. Since I've seen this floor installed in some properties I decided to give a try for my bathroom, it's small and on the second floor, so I didn't want to deal with tile. the subfloor was damaged with some holes and bumps so I got a thin plywood sheet to cover it up and lay the vinyl on top of it. It was easy to cut with a scoring blade and bent down to break it. Looks great! now I just need the finishing piece at the door
July 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Don This is the easiest flooring product I have worked with
I have used this product in three rooms in my home in Pa. I am owned by three Lab's and this flooring stood up to everything they could throw at it. I have since retired to Ga. and recently did two bathroom floors with this flooring, love the ease of installation. Being water resistant makes it an excellent choice for my bath's. I will be doing my kitchen floor in the not to distant future. I am strictly an amateur at this so please excuse the pics.
April 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Dennis Something to consider
So this is a free floating vinyl floor. It comes in 3 foot lengths and has overlapping glued joints. It is simple in principal to install but you really need to perfect a technique to install because the glue is unforgiving. Installed it looks great. It cuts easily with a sharp utility knife. Use a small square to get nice angles. I think a modestly capable person can easily install it. It does scratch and it will dent but it takes a lot to dent it. Don't slide furniture and be sure if you have hard plastic or metal tabs on the bottom of furniture legs you must remove them or they will scratch. The underpayment needs to be smooth and flat. Mind the 1/8 inch perimeter gap because this stuff does move and if you install it too tight it will buckle a bit. If you mess up on the install, get a blow dryer and heat the glue strips to get then to separate without ruining the piece.
If you have kids and pets that are hard on floors and you don't want to pay for hardwood or install cheap wood laminates, this is a viable option.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AJ So easy to install!
I can't believe how beautiful this is and so easy to install. I have little flooring experience and did it in one day. The results are just beautiful.
July 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pm1456 Was happy with my purchase
I did not install it but they said it went down easily and I love the look
June 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DIYParker If I can do it, you can too.
The product looks fantastic in my bathroom. The installation was fairly simple once I got the hang of how to properly measure and cut so that the tabs end up on the correct ends. Burned thru about half a dozen planks making mistakes so make sure you have extra. The hardest part is cutting around door jams and other places where you have to cut the board both vertically and horizontally and still maintain the adhesive strips for the next row. But otherwise, a box cutter and a straight edge and tape measure are all you need. I put down over existing vinyl that was glued to the subfloor because removing it was actually tearing up the wood beneath. You can see the before and after pics below.
July 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by dky beautiful flooring
I purchased the grey maple flooring it is so beautiful. It makes the room look more open. I've gotten many complements on it. Just wish you could buy it in store and by the piece.i had to purchase a box because I was short 7 pieces! Super easy to install. I done it by myself. My husband was proud. It was fun. Like putting a puzzle together. Easy to clean too
May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LLB Very easy to install and looks great!@
Put the Grey Maple Allure Plus in our bathroom, complete remodel. Only took a few hours and I double & triple checked everything 'cause I'm nuts. Easy to score and snap. Cut the holes for the toilet and water pipes with a band saw. I watched a few Youtube videos before attempting the installation and it went together just like they said it would. (When does that ever happen?)
The adhesive pieces stick to each other quickly. Instructions say you have a 30 minute window to move stuff around but I think that is pushing it. I changed a couple of seams seconds after I laid the plank and they were pretty well stuck to each other.
June 22, 2014