Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 44
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DFM1 Beautiful floor!
Beautiful floor and moulding. Very pleased. Purchased on homedepot.com. Fast shipping.
August 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Robert Looks fantastic in the home!
We didn't do the installation ourselves, but had Home Depot's contractor do it, so I have no idea about the difficulty in installation. Be that as it may, we are totally pleased with the appearance of this vinyl plank. It looks fantastic, and we couldn't be more pleased.
March 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by catdog19546321 Great Flooring
This oak vinyl plank flooring looks like wood but is water resistant. We are very pleased with the new look of our kitchen floor.
March 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HandyMom Looks great, easy to install
We put this product in our basement. Even though our basement is modern looking, we have an older house and liked the look of the wide boards, the golden color and the burl texture. It was very easy to install, don't pay someone else to do it, it's not worth it. Just score and break the planks. I had to score several times, my husband just once. We used a table saw for the long rips. Re-use your end plank at the start of the next row to reduce waste. This product was a bit more expensive than other brands, but when we brought samples home and compared, we liked it best - wider boards, thicker weight and nicer looking woodgrain. My only issue was that we had to wait almost two weeks for it to be delivered. Came on a truck and we had to store it in our garage and carry the boxes in - a pain, but still worth it.
September 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Handyme Very easy to install with great results!
This floor gives beautiful, durable results and is very easy to install. I installed it in my main bathroom a little more than a year ago. I recently installed it in my basement bathroom over bare concrete and the transformation is just fabulous. This is very resilient flooring. My dog slides over it, but it never scratches. The locking system is great! Why mess with glue? The only thing I would caution about is that the underlying floor surface should be even. Unevenness will put stress on the locking edges and the result will not be perfect. This is not a product issue, it is a substrate issue. Although it is rather easy to cut out the planks for most contours, I found that cutting pieces under a few inches is challenging. If you can, plan your laytout to avoid having to do this.
January 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Anna Great Color
My only complaint with these planks would be that some of the indentions in the texture are a little glossy which makes it look a bit like there is water drops on it. Other than that, the quality and color are great.
September 25, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RescuedPupLover Best Flooring Solutions for Folks with Dogs
This 100% waterproof vinyl flooring looks great in the three rooms where I had it installed to replace carpet my four little rescue dogs had ruined.
I haven't had it long enough to tell how it will hold up, but the best thing about it is it's easy to clean.
Love the medium-shade color too since it's not so dark as to show dust or my dogs' shedding white hair. Real wood or laminate would never hold up to my little rescues' "accidents".
I had it professionally installed and installers said it takes a bit of wiggling to get the planks to click together properly. Had white vinyl 3/4 round strips installed between flooring and baseboard, giving the illusion that it's an extended baseboard. (Better than ripping out old baseboard and re-installing it or replacing it with new baseboard, plus the white vinyl trim is waterproof too.) Installers still need to install "reducer" trim (which is not offered by this Allure manufacturer) between existing hall tile and new Allure Ultra.
Even though the manufacturer does not offer trim, I do not see this as a negative since I believe it looks better to use the white vinyl 3/4" round trim near baseboard and real oak reducer trim stained to match the color of the vinyl planks. Real oak reducer trim enhances the illusion that the flooring is wood. With a few throw rugs, this flooring looks lovely and modern with its clean lines yet holds up to the frequent clean ups necessary with four little rescue dogs.
I love this flooring so much I'm planning to have it installed in my rental property so that I never have to replace carpet again!
May 1, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Randy A Great Floor for the Money
There are many things to like about this flooring product;
1] Full floating, click installation. Goes down fast.
2] Labor saving. Cut by score & snap rather than power saw. This saves many steps [and stair trips if doing 2nd floor work]. You cut it where you're working. No dust, no waste. Occasional use of table saw for long rips were our only trips outside. Notches were best done w/ jig saw which we used inside.
3] No padding or vapor barrier required. This saves time and money when installing.
4] WATERPROOF! Great for basements, kitchens, baths, and laundry rooms.
5] Appearance. It looks more natural than any vinyl product I've seen to date. I'm particularly addressing the Vintage Oak series, which has a deep texture and looks hand scraped.
6] Warranty- Lifetime Residential, 10 year Commercial against wear.
7] Cost. At about $3 per sq. ft, it's a VG choice in my book.
8] Cleans easily. We use a vacuum or broom for dry dirt. A damp rag takes care of any spills. From a lifetime of experience I sincerely recommend you choose a medium tone floor. Very dark/very light floors show EVERYTHING. my choice was Vintage Oak Natural. I'm not disappointed.
9] Feels good 'underfoot'. Several of our guests have commented on this. It feels good to me barefoot.
Negatives are few and some are unavoidable as follows;
1] Slippery. But only in stocking feet. Also beware of small rugs/mats that do not have a skid resistant backing.
2] Scratch Resistance. So far, it has stood up well to our two 70 lb. dogs w/ sandy feet, however furniture or appliances w/ sandy grit on wheels/legs/glides can certainly scratch the surface.This is pretty much true of all floors. If you need really serious scratch resistance, consider porcelain tile.
3] Impression. Though I've not seen this yet, I'm fairly certain heavy furniture/appliances will eventually indent the vinyl from their weight. Time will tell...
I'm not planning on moving my heavy stuff ever again, anyway!
November 26, 2012