Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 126
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by AllureHater Looks great. Terrible to install.
It is nearly impossible to get this product to click in properly. One end clicks in and the other end pulls out slightly leaving the seem exposed. Try tapping that in with their block and then the plank two planks down come loose. They recommended painters tape on the seem. Are we really supposed to spend $100 on painters tape to hold down seems on 300 square feet of flooring.
June 14, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Floored Looks good, but not so easy
Overall the flooring is ok, snapping them together around existing door jams and walls is ridiculously difficult.
If you are not prepared to remove all door jams and trim I would not recommend this.
Open floor is easy to install and cutting with snips a must for any non linear cuts
June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by graying Good Flooring
The vinyl looks and feels great once it is installed.
June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by retired01 Refacing my cabinets .......
Not sure if anyone else used the clear cherry flooring as I did. I had old style cabinets thru out the house, kitchen bathroom laundry room, and bar cabinet....I knew it would cost a lot to have someone reface them for me...so I decided to do it my self......I bought enough flooring to do the cabinets doors and did them all in the clear cherry...had to use an adhesive to glue them on then trimmed the edges and stained to match.....I then took rustic elm and refaced all the rest of the cabinets.....it looks GREAT...everything went on good and stayed in place when using the correct adhesive....the wife really likes the look instead of the old printed on wood grain in those 35 yr old style cabinets...it looks and feels like real wood...I had no experience in doing any of this...easy to do and work with....if anyone else wants to reface their cabinets good cheap way to do....all in all it cost me about $600-700 a lot cheaper than hiring someone to do it for you.
January 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Countryson Product is as described. Easily installed and great look.
Easily the quickest and easiest floor to install. Great for our mud room but would be too cheesy for living areas in home. Installed in one day plus one day on trims.
January 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bill Excellant finish product.
To cut, use a VA tile cutter! Also it is one of the hardest locking systems on the market of all the flooring I tried. But in the end, you have an excellent product that you will enjoy for years-I hope! Just installed it, so I don't know about cleaning it and its life time. Very happy with the quality and after a day of fighting it to locked, used an old trick from installing hard wood floors years ago.
September 15, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mdfrodol Good product--bad installation!
Despite the great quality of the flooring, I would only recommend you buy this if you're going to prepare your floor for installation and install it yourself. Home Depot's installer does not properly prepare your subfloor. And, although they will send someone out to repair, the people they sent--in my case, at least--were more concerned with talking me into accepting the initial floor installation, than taking the time to re-do the floor as it should have been done in the first place. Four times I was warned by these repair specialists, to stay away from the work area or else they would "void my warranty". Take into account that I was not riding up their butts while they were working. I was merely watching their progress. Unfortunately, I didn't watch close enough, because they reinstalled a portion of the floor in such a way that they left gaps between a number of planks. I guess that was their way of teaching me a lesson.
April 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by XTJohn Don't Listen to the Naysayers
Is this "The Easiest Floor Ever!" ? I would say not at all. Was it the best choice for our kitchen, since it is waterproof, seems quite durable, came with a great warranty? Absolutely. It took a full day (8 + hours) to do a 9 x 12 kitchen. The ease of use would be in a standard straight walled room, not in a kitchen or bath with lots of cutting. Even then, straight cuts will work with the score and snap method. Make a few light scores on the wood grain side with a sharp razor, snap, and slit the vinyl backing. I found a jigsaw worked best for those odd shaped cuts. There are thin cardboard pieces slipped between the planks that are the exact same size, and make great templates. Yes, the joining and sliding and locking can be a pain at first, but it gets easier after the first two rows. Keep a block of wood handy to tap the row you are working on, since it will slip out a bit as you lift to slip the plank forward (the second step to inserting the plank). Does it look like wood? In certain lighting it does. Does it feel like wood? No, but it doesn't feel cheap or like vinyl, either. We are very happy so far, and hope it holds up well to our dog, kids and snowy winters. One word of caution: in the photo you can see direct sunlight on the flooring. This is clearly marked on the packaging as a no-no. The picture was taken before the blinds were installed. This product definitely passed the 'swearing' test. Not much swearing at all!
August 4, 2015