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Benson Oak's realistic color and wood grain texture make it a smart choice for any household. To keep your floor looking its best, Benson Oak offers a strong durable wear layer that protects against scratches, staining, and fading. Product features glue-less tap lock technology for quick and simple install.

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  • Benson Oak Laminate Flooring
  • 7 mm Thickness x 8-5/64 in. width x 47-41/64 in. length
  • 24.02 sq. ft. per case. Case weight: 31.03 lb.
  • Benson Oak low gloss light color with natural wood grain texture
  • Planks have a square edge
  • No attached underlayment
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • Can be installed over smooth, flat, dry surfaces like concrete, tile, vinyl, and wood
  • May be used with radiant heating
  • Residential use
  • 15-year residential warranty
  • Do not forget your coordinating trim and molding

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does this flooring has inter locking system

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rick1601
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October 2, 2012
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TrafficMaster Benson Oak 7mm Thick x 8-5/64 in. Wide x 47-41/64 in. Length Laminate Flooring
Model # 367361-00182
Internet # 202907587
Store SKU # 194573
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December 18, 2012
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Yes
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November 21, 2012
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This floor interlocks quite well and relatively easily. 95% of the pieces interlocked very easily, The rest My wife and I either got it to interlock or i just used it elsewhere. I had no waste because of lack of interlocking.
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November 17, 2012
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Yes, this is inter locking. My advice is to get it into place without forcing it and if it doesnt lock use a tap block and it snaps right in to place. Good luck.
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October 5, 2012
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Hi there rick1601,
Yes it certainly does. This flooring, like other laminate floors, is put together using a click-lock system.
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i have indoor outdoor carpet can this flooring be installed over it. model # 367361-00182

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socorro,nm
September 6, 2012
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December 27, 2012
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You can but I would recommend doing it right by removing the indoor outdoor carpet. As a bonus, any smell/germs/bugs that may be in the carpet will be gone once the carpet is removed.
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November 21, 2012
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Possibly but i think I would take the carpet out and use underlayment that is designed for the product and Home Depot sells. I would worry that the interlocking might not work as well on top of the carpet.
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November 17, 2012
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According to the instructions you should remove high pile carpet and padding to install this product UNLESS your carpet is industrial glued down carpet. If you want to keep the carpet I would find the tape seem of the carpet and cut it there, roll up the carpet and save it. Otherwise, remove it, put down the underlayment and install your flooring. I hope this helps you out.
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September 11, 2012
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Hello heyjude and thank you for your question.
The TrafficMaster Benson Oak Laminate can be installed over industrial (thin) carpeting, which will also serve as the underlayment. If your indoor outdoor carpeting has a higher pile (like traditional indoor carpeting), it will need to be removed and an underlayment added before installing the Benson Oak Laminate.
Installation Instructions can be found Read More
Hello heyjude and thank you for your question.
The TrafficMaster Benson Oak Laminate can be installed over industrial (thin) carpeting, which will also serve as the underlayment. If your indoor outdoor carpeting has a higher pile (like traditional indoor carpeting), it will need to be removed and an underlayment added before installing the Benson Oak Laminate.
Installation Instructions can be found here: http://www.clarionindustries.com/assets/files/Clarion%20Installation%20Instruction%20Guide%20CLA-30.pdf.
Best wishes on your project. Read Less
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Is this flooring ok in a kitchen/water area?

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onelovingwife
Pendleton
July 1, 2012
I am wanting laminate flooring in my kitchen and I was wondering if anyone had any problems with this?
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Yes you can install laminate in a kitchen. As long as you wipe up spills and don't have repeated standing water or volume spills you should be ok.
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November 21, 2012
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I think it would be fine. I have spilled water and wiped it up. Seemed no different than any floor. I guess if your dishwasher broke and flooded the kitchen, it could be a problem, but would be a problem foe any floor. I have used a hammer on a piece so i think dropping a heavy pan would not cause any damage. Hope this answers this question. I used in a family room.
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If it is viable for your to do so, I'd suggest picking up a carton of this floor and do some tests of your own on it. The per carton price of this floor is definitely cheap enough to buy and try out before you make the whole purchase.
Buy a carton, put a few planks together, run it through a tourture test of worst case scenarios and see how it performs. You can also see with these few pieces if it seems Read More
If it is viable for your to do so, I'd suggest picking up a carton of this floor and do some tests of your own on it. The per carton price of this floor is definitely cheap enough to buy and try out before you make the whole purchase.
Buy a carton, put a few planks together, run it through a tourture test of worst case scenarios and see how it performs. You can also see with these few pieces if it seems like something you'll be able to install yourself or not.
When you are done, you aren't out very much money, but you gained a wealth of knowledge about the product. Read Less
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July 10, 2012
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Hello onelovingwife and thank you for your question.
Yes you can install laminate flooring in a kitchen area or bathroom provided some extra care is followed. Laminate flooring easily compensates for changes in humidity, moisture and other factors that can cause a floor to expand and contract.
* Use a damp cloth to blot up spills as soon as they happen. Never allow liquids to stand on your floor.
Hello onelovingwife and thank you for your question.
Yes you can install laminate flooring in a kitchen area or bathroom provided some extra care is followed. Laminate flooring easily compensates for changes in humidity, moisture and other factors that can cause a floor to expand and contract.
* Use a damp cloth to blot up spills as soon as they happen. Never allow liquids to stand on your floor.
* Silicone sealant should be used in expansion zones in bathrooms, near kitchen sinks, dishwashers, and refrigerators with icemakers (refer to manufacturer instructions for complete details).
* Use door mats at exterior doorways to reduce wear on the surface of the floor.
* Always use floor protectors or casters on furniture legs to prevent scratching.
* Use the manufacturer recommended cleaning products.
Best wishes on your project. Read Less
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Length

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new mexico
November 20, 2012
Is there a maximum length that this can be installed on without needing a transition? Since its floating and is only held on the edges i have a 25 feet by 27 living room dining room kitchen combo with just a corner wall separating them in the middle.
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December 27, 2012
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Our living room and basement was about that size, we did not use any transitions. We just made sure there was at least a 1/4 inch space all the way around. One time though, in our first project, I saw some bulging but that was because we had not left enough space near the heating pipe. As soon as I made a bigger cut by chipping away at the laminate, the laminate went down and the bulge went away.
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November 26, 2012
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30' wide and 60' long appears to be the standard maximum for not needing the T molding transition piece to allow for additional expansion/contraction. 25'x27' should be fine, just leave the 1/4" around the perimeter and other stationary objects like pipes.
I actually pinned my floor pretty tightly between a threshold and a solid wood floor and got a little buckling during the summer months. With just a Read More
30' wide and 60' long appears to be the standard maximum for not needing the T molding transition piece to allow for additional expansion/contraction. 25'x27' should be fine, just leave the 1/4" around the perimeter and other stationary objects like pipes.
I actually pinned my floor pretty tightly between a threshold and a solid wood floor and got a little buckling during the summer months. With just a little more room to move, it would have been perfect. Laminate has very little expansion/contraction compared to real wood. Read Less
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November 21, 2012
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Instructions say you need a transition at 28 feet. Since yours is 25X27, no transition is needed. I did a room of 13 by 44 so i put one at 17 feet.
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Benson Oak 7 mm Thick x 8-5/64 in. Wide x 47-41/64 in. Length Laminate Flooring (24.02 sq. ft. / case)-DISCONTINUED is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 83.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thrilled with this product - appearance, quality & price! We just finished installing the Benson Oak laminate in the living room, dining area, kitchen and hallway. It looks fabulous! We were originally planning to use a much more expensive product, but this laminate looked and felt so good despite its 'entry level' price that we decided to try it. This was our first time installing laminate, and we found it very easy and precise to work with. Seams are almost indetectable. Cutting was easy with a hobby-level table saw or hand-held jigsaw, both with all-purpose blades - no chipping whatsoever. I was amazed at the quality control; we used 18 boxes, and not one board was damaged in any way. And unlike many flooring products, it's made in USA - keeping jobs at home.
Date published: 2011-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Deal on Nice Floor I can't speak to the longevity of this flooring since I just put it down but you can't beat the value if it gets you several years of use. I used another, more expensive brand of laminate before and the higher dollar stuff definitely went together better...IE: didn't have to use tapping block to installl. This floor, however, did take a little bit (not much) of work to get the pieces aligned and fitted together properly. Considering the price, I expected the installation to be much tougher but it wasn't bad at all. I found the most helpful thing after my first three rows of trial and error was to begin tapping the short ends together until they meet. Then, using your foot, put just a little bit of pressure on the joint of the two boards to get the grooves to line up, and go back to finish up your tapping. Hopefully, that will help someone along the way. Very satisfied with the floor and the value!
Date published: 2012-08-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Check Box Labels At first the floor went down easily and locked together smooth. About 4/5ths of the way done, I noticed boards would not line up and lock in. I noticed a difference in the packages- the boxes that said "Benson Oak Glueless Laminate Flooring" on the sides had boards that were not cut straight-I even took two loose boards and could not get them to lock with each other, so I know it wasn't the floor itself. The boxes labeled only as "Glueless Laminate Flooring" and did not include Benson Oak On the sides went down like a dream. I was able to finish the floor, and it does look good, fortunately. Knowing this, all you need is to check the boxes to know which is good.
Date published: 2012-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks Great Easy installation With accessory kit Very nice looking. Easy installation with accessory kit. Only complaint is the accessory kit didn't have a Father-in-Law destruct button.
Date published: 2012-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks very nice! I purchased this floor for my entire 3200 square foot first floor. I installed it myself without any prior floor laying experience. I have to tell you, it looks top notch. It really compliments my home. I never thought something so cheap in price would make my home look so much more upscale. My wealthy neighbors wife came over and told her husband that their floors where bad in comparison ( they have marble and mahogany floors). I would definitely recommend this to anyone. But buy a few extra boxes because if you're like me, you'll screw some up.
Date published: 2012-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product can't beat the price. I purchased approx 300 square feet for 2 kids bedrooms and it turned out great. The boards lock in tight and look good. I was a little nervous about the quality based on the price but you cant beat it. I have other laminate in the house that cost 2 to 3x as much and you cant tell the difference. Only thing I would recommend is to be gentle on tapping boards together, use the proper tools and use a blade designed for cutting laminate and it should turn out great.
Date published: 2012-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks beautiful! I went online and read the reviews for this floor. We were wondering why it was so cheap. The reviews were very good so we decided to go ahead and try it. We LOVE it. It looks just as nice as an expensive floor. It is durable and my husband said it was easy to install. Also, easy to clean. I would highly recommend this floor to others :)
Date published: 2011-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great choice! My husband and I are absolutely blown away with these floors! Was nervous after reading other reviews about the poor quality but we had absolutely no issues. We have an older home with some settling, so we were nervous about the uneven floor but these floated right over all of it! We had never put down laminate flooring before but it was a breeze, I really think anyone can do it. Buying an installation kit for around $20 will greatly help you as well. We put down some 1/4" plywood to help with the uneven floor first, then put down underlayment, and then the flooring. Overall, we spent less on all of those combined than we would have on more expensive (even moderate priced) flooring alone. We've only had the floors in for a little while and we've tried to be careful because again, for the price we were nervous about the quality. But so far we've dropped a few things on the floor, our dog has had an "accident" and runs around and slides on the floor like crazy, had a house party with plenty of spills, we've moved and drug ladders and furniture across the floor, and have a door that we are replacing that has scraped across the floor a few times and we have not seen any bubbling, scratches, or other cosmetic damage. I really think this floor will last us. We've gotten so many compliments, the floor looks so nice, and people are shocked when we tell them how much we spent. It really is a great buy.
Date published: 2012-01-25
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