Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 1055
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by kjewt I love my new floor!
My sister and I installed this flooring in 2 rooms. The first 2 rows are a pain to start. I recommend using a 2x4 to place against the wall to do at least 3 rows then put in your spacers. The other thing to check for, sometimes where it snaps together, little pieces break off and you can't get a tight fit. Just make sure the track is clean of any debris. When doing around door jams it is easier to square your cuts and use sand less grout. It is easy to score and snap. It can be cut on the table saw or band saw and the top side looks perfect. You can leave your floor boards on (took mine off because I redid the walls) and add quarter round to cover the gap. I have 2 dogs (one big one small) that chase each other all the time and they haven't scratched the flooring. It's easy to clean. I'm really happy with my new floor and plan on doing 2 more rooms.
April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bosun Stratford Oak Flooring
I installed the vinyl flooring in a bathroom and am very pleased with the product. It is waterproof, looks great and was so easy to install. I am ordering more for the rear entry foyer.
May 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Collin Look Amazing and It's Easy!
I installed this running from the guest bath, down the hallway, and then in two directions; into the kitchen and into the laundry room. It was extremely simple to click-lock the planks going either direction. It was equally amazing that all I had to do was score with a utility knife and snap. No running outside to the saw, going back inside, and having to go back outside for an adjustment cut!
When locking them together, you have to really hold the plank straight. Even though it's thick, it still bows and one side will lock while the other is still not in. Wood planks have the rigidity that negate this issue, but after laying the second row it was easy to figure out.
September 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KellyC Startford Oak is more grey than bright
I am thrilled with the quality, price and durability of the flooring. The Stratford Oak is actually more grey in tone than what it looks like on screen. I would recommend ordering a few sample colors, as your local HomeDepot may not have all the samples that are offered. It's better to see it first. I had it installed in my bathroom by my local contractor and it was easy for him. I am happy with the look and feel of it, so I'll now order it for my kitchen. Home Depot can install it for a much better price, so I'll test them out, hoping they do a great job, too. Although this is not real wood, I like the look and it does not look cheap or fake. It's just right.
March 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by crick22 Great floor
I would recommend it, although it wasn't as easy to put down as stated. Hard to get planks to lock together. After done is beautiful.
February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lucky Good Product
I used an installer and watched - it seemed very easy to install, however you must make sure you make precise cuts. We held it off either side of the walls and used 1/4 round because we felt it would expand and if it didn't have room to expand it may buckle a little. Overall it is really a great looking product, goes down easy and is very durable. We are extremely happy with the product. We also used it on the stairs and it looks great.
September 30, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Michael Looks nice but thats all it is...
I just love how the people at Home depot says how easy it is to install, the video is junk not even close, First of all I have done a lot of Flooring from wood to ceramic, I'm retired, when I saw this I thought it was nice. looked nice and felt nice. but when you try to put it down on a floor its a pain in the butt. They show only a small section on how easy it is to put together. I had to use my knee to hold the first plank down just to keep it from coming a part. and when you to snap it together after your on the 2 nd row after putting that down, the seams come apart. leaving a gap.
When talking to the rep's from the flooring company, they didn't have a clue, They didn't even know what Pergo floor was. they claimed you can have a 3/16" gap from the bottom of the plank flooring to you floor and would still work.. NO IT DON'T, They told me to use painters tape under it to keep the seems from splitting. Painters Tape !! Wow. You need to have a perfectly flat smooth floor. I recommend a sub floor. Not worth the hassle, we bought over 700 sq ft. and we played with it for 2 days, including sanding the floor in areas. We gave up, now were looking to see if we can return it to Homedepot.
Don't waste your time on this floor. its nothing but a high priced Pergo Floor. But Pergo floor is better in my book..
Home Depot says you can't wash this floor with soap and water, would ruin it. The video shows loads of water and soap.. and claims to be water proof...
Shop around you get better flooring.
December 19, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Freckles looks great
I installed this flooring April, 2014. I took my time to insure I had the correct fit. Took me a month to o my entire home. Yes it looks great, however, it was recommended I cut 1/4" from wall for expansion. If I knew then what I know now, I would have made the cuts exact to wall. I am constantly have to adjust the planks back in correctly and vacuum under them. as they shift.. When installing any flooring, make sure you are square, if not, the flooring will appear zig zag. By the time I finished my entire home, I knew actually how to install and correct any situations. I do not want to hear it's because I live in a mobile home, or a woman. It was easy to install once you get the hang of it, but the constant adjusting is not worth it, to make it look awesome. If I had it to do over again, I would not use this roduct.
October 22, 2015