Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 58
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by RBRIL Seeing the same 3 patterns over and over.
Overall the tile is easy to install once you get the knack of "wiggling" to get a flush fit. It's relatively easy to make cuts for door edges and corners without damaging the tile. My biggest complaint is that the tiles come in 8 different "patterns" and 3 are predominant throughout the boxes. I purchased 101 cases and have gone through 60 so far and the same 3 "patterns" comprise over 40% of the tiles! Be prepared for a lot of repetition since you'll see those 3 a lot! Good product so far but REALLY IRRITATING to have so little equality among the patterns as you can see from the picture. That's what 10 boxes looks like after it has been sorted out by pattern.
August 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by bj510 Love the finished floors!
Certainly took me a while to get the hang of how to install the planks, but then it was pretty cool! Warning to first timers: If you're watching youtube videos to see how to install this product, make sure the people in the video are talking about the same product. There are a million different kinds of click and lock planks, and they do NOT install the same way. Wish the company had better videos... theirs seemed more like ads for the product than actually how-to tips. I finally found a good one, but I don't remember the link now. Sorry.
August 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pete DECENT FLOORING - good value
Overall well satisfied with this product. A person needs to be sure this is the type of flooring that does the job for them. My floor is tough because of my old, old house. Smoothed out the floor with plywood, but was unable to level it. Flooring still looks great and doing a good job. Be aware, will scar from moving heavy objects and dogs not allowed!
July 19, 2016
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 Vic Flooring
Looked beautiful. Easy to assemble. Will be using it for bedroom flooring.
September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by dj hard to install
The quality of the product is very good, but the floor is sometimes hard to install, especially from the side end. Some of the time i was not able to do it manually, so I had to hammer it in.
August 16, 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 Sharn972 Love this product
I currently have this flooring in a different color throughout my home. I choose to put this one in my bathroom and an entryway. I actually did it myself. As long as you take your time and think about what you're doing, it is pretty easy to install. They tell you to use a utility knife to cut the pieces, which I did. My only problem was I had to score it a number of times so that I could snap it apart. I'm in my sixties and not quite as strong as I would like, but it is a very doable project. Looks great and feels great. I did put it right over grouted tile in the bathroom with no problem other than having to trim my bathroom door down because of the height, something to think about. Overall, I would definitely use this product again.
May 31, 2016