Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 79
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ShesSoJazzy Beautiful Flooring
This is the 2nd time we've installed allure flooring in this space. The 1st time around my husband put down the African Wood Dark resilient vinyl planks, which was from what I call Allure's "1st generation" of flooring; it had the grip strip backing. That pattern was beautiful, but completely clashed with the new tiled walk-in shower we had installed recently. The Sawcut Arizona was the only pattern currently available that I liked other than the Expresso Oak, which would've been too dark for this tiny bathroom with no windows. The best thing about this pattern choice is that it's got texture that I would compare to a hand scraped wood that makes it less likely to get or show things like water spots or scratches.
August 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Novice Very Doable for a Complete Novice and Looks great
This is definitely the product for you if you're new to home improvement--but it might also be the product for you if you aren't. With very few tools and words of wisdom from more experienced home improvers, my husband and I installed this in our basement on our own (and we are complete novices). Of course it wasn't as easy as I'd hoped--slapping them down and being done--but it was very doable with some patience. And it looks great. We've only had it done for a few days, so I can't speak for durability, but for now I'm ready to redo my kitchen with this product. I think getting one of the sawcut colors helped in terms of it looking more like real wood. I am brand new to this, so I guess I thought I'd hear an actual click--you don't--but you'll get the hang of it. I'd definitely start on the end of the room least visible as you'll get better as you go. Make sure you start in a right corner, stagger the length of the starting boards so the seams don't run all the way across the room (I'd lay out the boards to make sure you aren't going to end up with a really short board at the end--if you are, adjust in the first board), and have these tools: a sharp utility knife, tin snips (or something to cut shapes with), a carpenter's square, a hammer or rubber mallet, and a tapping block. No saw needed. More advice for the novices: take your time and make sure you're cutting the right end (as it matters). When we would cut one side, we'd store the extra on the side of the room where we could use it in order to keep ourselves organized. Keep in mind you can only cut the boards on each end of a row, cutting in the middle of a row doesn't work as they won't click together, and order more than you think you'll need.
August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by hawsathome Sawcut Arizona Planks - Looks Great, Very Durable!
When we found out we couldn't put laminate on our slab because of the moisture we started to try to find a resilient vinyl that would match the laminate we had put upstairs [HDC Handscraped Brown, in stock at HD.] I determined the Sawcut Arizona was the perfect match. The planks are very wide, a really cool look. They're also textured, unlike normal vinyl [and the Allure Vinyl I put in the bathrooms]. I love this stuff! It's been taking a beating since we're moving furniture in, no scuffs! It cleans up easily with a damp rag and looks just great. You can barely tell it's vinyl. I also like that it's not uneven the way the laminate we put upstairs is, seems like it's going to hold up really well! Looks wonderful with gray walls. I just hate that you have to buy a full case and supposedly can't return unopened boxes within said case. OH, also super easy to install, peel and stick. My dad installed about 1000 sq ft in a day [an entire downstairs!]
June 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jlov625215 Very pleased.
We hired professional installers to re-floor our house. They were particularly pleased with the material, and we are delighted with the finished appearance.
October 18, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by grakyody very difficult to install
As a contractor I will not be installing this product again. Interlocking the pieces is very easy, keeping them together is the difficult part . To install this type of flooring everything has to be perfect, starting wall has to be dead on straight and the surface has to be totally flat.. In the real world that is seldom the case. I spent two days preping the concrete surface for instillation. After installing half the area, the joints started popping up.After three attempts of dismantling and reinstalling, I gave up and went with another product. I was very disappointed with this flooring, I have installed several floors using the Allure Grip-Strip with excellent results, even over less than perfect surfaces.
August 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by miedeg Vinyl plank flooring
Easy installation. Looks great. Double check order when delivered.
September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kandj Arizona sawcut
We love this flooring. We are just putting it in, so can't address the durability, etc... but we love the look and feel of it.
August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by john Flooring
Excellent product, thanks for recommending the product
August 2, 2016