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Colfax 12 mm Thick x 4-15/16 in. Wide x 50-3/4 in. Length Laminate Flooring (14 sq. ft. / case)
  • TrafficMASTER
  • Model 4838CWI3436RE21
  • Internet #207092162
  • Store SO SKU #1000002845

Colfax 12 mm Thick x 4-15/16 in. Wide x 50-3/4 in. Length Laminate Flooring (14 sq. ft. / case)

$1.79 /sq. ft.
Covers 14.0 sq. ft.
$25.08 /case
Discontinued Model:

Model # FB4838CWI3436RE

Internet #203762432

Store SO SKU #549810

TrafficMASTER Colfax 12 mm Thick x 4-15/16 in. Wide x 50-3/4 in. Length Laminate Flooring (14.00 sq. ft. / case)

Discontinued TrafficMASTER

Colfax 12 mm Thick x 4-15/16 in. Wide x 50-3/4 in. Length Laminate Flooring (14.00 sq. ft. / case)

  • Weathered look resembles reclaimed hardwood
  • Glueless, easy installation
  • Get It Installed - Call 1-855-583-0554
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Product Overview

TrafficMASTER Colfax is an exciting addition to the line of laminate flooring. Muted grays with tawny brown and black define the tones, creating a weathered, yet stately look. With the authentic embossed in register finish, Colfax looks and feels like costly reclaimed hardwood. The easy locking system makes this an ideal pick for quick installation, without glue or nails.

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  • TrafficMASTER Colfax Laminate Flooring
  • 12 mm thickness x 4.96 in. width x 50.79 in. length planks
  • 14 sq. ft. per case, case weight: 29 lb.
  • Colfax, Dark Color, Low Gloss, Authentic Textured Finish
  • Planks have a beveled edge
  • No attached underlayment
  • Appropriate Grade for Installation: Above Grade, On Grade and Below Grade, simple do it yourself glueless installation
  • Select radiant heating may be used
  • Can be installed over both concrete and wooden subfloors
  • Residential use only
  • 15-year limited residential warranty
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim and moldings
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for cuts

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Product Length (in.)
Product Thickness (mm)
Product Width (in.)
Square Feet per Box (sq.ft.)


AC Rating
AC3: Residential Heavy Traffic
Board Form
Color Family
Intermediate warm chestnut and grey, reminiscent of aged driftwood, textured finish.
Commercial / Residential
Edge Type
Finish Type
Authentic Textured
Medium Gloss
Laminate Flooring Features
Installable over Cork Underlayment,Radiant/Underfloor Warming Approved

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
15 Year Residential Limited Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is it recommended to put a padding under the trafficmaster colfax laminate flooring?

Asked by: Anonymous
Delayed answer. It is necessary to lay an appropriate underlayment with this product. If it is going on bare concrete or similar surface, it is necessary to use an underlayment and vapor barrier combination.
Answered by: VTChris
Date published: 2015-11-07

Is it good for a dining room,hallway,foyer and living room area? And If something spills will it ruin it rite away?

there's 3 children under 13yr old in the apartment.
Asked by: Rubita
Excellent choice but is not pet friendly. Prolonged exposure to spills or moisture can cause swelling of the core material resulting in joint damage and bad appearance. Buy extra material so you can repair areas if this occurs.
Answered by: BigMac
Date published: 2016-07-05

Does this have a foam backing?

Does this have a foam backing?
Asked by: Tom
Answered by: Julie
Date published: 2017-05-09

I had bought some of this flooring and my question is how long do I have to let it climateize to the new room from my ga

Asked by: harry
Yes, for 72-96 hours prior to installation.
Answered by: Julie
Date published: 2017-05-09
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Customer Reviews

Colfax 12 mm Thick x 4-15/16 in. Wide x 50-3/4 in. Length Laminate Flooring (14.00 sq. ft. / case) is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 59.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This went together so easily. We'd bought a 7mm laminate... This went together so easily. We'd bought a 7mm laminate before this and returned bc it wouldnt stay together and chipped. Since this is 12mm, we had no problems installing it. The floor looks great, and most people don't realize it's laminate bc it looks so much like real hardwood!
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The laminate flooring was a good price, and once you... The laminate flooring was a good price, and once you got the hang of assembly and how to 'click' them together properly it was a breeze to install. Looks great too.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely love this flooring!! My husband and I were wanting to find a laminate flooring that ha... Absolutely love this flooring!! My husband and I were wanting to find a laminate flooring that has the look and feel of hardwood floors and this absolutely hits that mark. The variations and the coloring make it look like hardwood floors. We are still in the installation process - these are very easy to install.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product looks just like it does from the pictures, HOWEVER when we began to lay it down, the... This product looks just like it does from the pictures, HOWEVER when we began to lay it down, the pieces would not snap together. We put down roughly 10 rows, and boards were popping up or could be lifted right out of the middle. We had to take back all the boxes, and start over with a new product. Very disappointing.
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful brown/gray tones. Difficult to install. My husband has previously installed several laminate floors with no problem. This TrafficMaster Colfax was very difficult to install because it kept coming apart as he would get several boards down. We finally called a professional who managed to work them together and had the floor down in a couple of days. There is still a very small gap between a few of the boards. Overall, we are very pleased with the beauty of the floor. We wanted a floor without red tones and this has the gray/browns we wanted. The boards seem to be strong- we slid some furniture on it to move it into place and there was no scratching. It also does not seem to show footprints, etc. as some laminates can.
Date published: 2013-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from loved the look Bought this flooring and it looks so good. I love that it is a couple of colors in the grain ands not plain.
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Balanced Review - I Hope Mainly I am reviewing here to add some context around the installation comments in the other reviews. A bit about me: I am not a professional contractor but I have above average (for a non-pro) skills with wood and home repair projects. Regarding installation: yes, it's a tad difficult to install but I think your head has to be in the right place when you start. If you think that you're going to just drop this stuff down and click it in and be done in a couple of hours, well, get that thought out of your head. It simply doesn't work like that. I installed 250 square feet in a foyer with seven door frames. Tricky business with all the notching and cutting. But it's done. Here's what you need to expect: (1) it takes a little practice getting the boards to snap together just right the whole length of the board. You will not get it right the first time every time until you're some way into your project. That's OK. Just be ready for it and go slowly in the beginning. You'll pick up speed as you move along and get a feel for how to snap them. And if two boards aren't sitting right keep at them until they do. Do not fudge it. I repeat - do not fudge it. The next row of boards will not correct the prior row. The opposite happens - the "bad" row makes all the following rows bad. See next comment for a great tip. (2) Sometimes you can't actually get the boards to snap perfectly into place right at the end joint of the prior board. I don't know why. But it doesn't matter. Move the board you are installing up the line a little bit from the installed board until you can get it to snap all the way in. Then take a block and a hammer and gently tap the end of the board until the other end seam is closed. And when you do this try to remember to check the abutting end before you make the last couple of taps to ensure that the end joints don't bash into each other. One should slot over the other one. (3) It helps to have a second person around when snapping in some boards. If you get one end of a board snapped in you can have someone (I had my 7 year old son do it) stand on the locked in end and then snap in the rest of the board. That assures a solid, tight seam. Then tap into position per my prior note. (4) Expect sore hands. It takes some gripping to get the boards into place. No big deal. You're hands will be fine in a day. Just a little sore. (5) Expect a fair amount of waste. The boards have tongue and grooves on each end. Once you cut a board you theoretically can only use it at one end or another of the row (where it abuts the wall). I did one seam without the end tongue/groove because I had no other good option. It worked but it's in a tiny corner not likely to take any foot traffic. I imagine you could just abut the ends w/o the tongue and groove but I elected not to. The floor "floats". The more tongue and grooves the better. (6) You can install over a not-perfectly-flat floor. The flatter the better, though. My floor has some slight undulations to it (old house). The floor settled down over those undulations very well but if you look at the floor from afar in the right light and down the long lines you can discern the undulations as they show up as slight variations in the "straight" lines. Not a big deal - I have nail down wood floors with the same issue. But wanted to toss it out there. Finally, re your tools: cut the board finish side down on your table saw; finish side up on your mitre saw, finish side up with your jig saw. In summary, I had a complicated installation with many cuts and notches but each and every one of my seams is dead on tight per manufacturer's specs. So don't settle for spaces. You'll regret it later. You can do it yourself. As with all such projects the key is planning, preparation (don't forget your padding!), the rights tools (table saw, mitre saw, jig saw are the main things you want to have), and patience. Patience and persistence.
Date published: 2014-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than expected, Pictures don't do it justice So I picked this flooring from the online picture without seeing it in person. I was ordering if for our rental condo that is 2.5 hours away from us so we wanted flooring that was in stock at the store in that city. Since it's for a rental I wasn't too picky but wanted a more medium to dark wood color. I'm not a fan of reddish undertones some wood finishes have and was pleasantly surprised with the grey undertones you can't seem to capture in pictures (looks darker than it is in the pictures). I had it professionally installed so can't really comment on the ease personally but the professionals did 800 sq feet in a day (arrived at 9:30 am and finished around 4 pm). They used underlayment and moisture barrier and it turned out great. Feels like wood floors, looks amazing, and has that solid feel when you walk. Not that hollow feeling/sound that some laminates can sometimes have. I fell in love with it.
Date published: 2015-08-21
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