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TrafficMASTER Gladstone Oak 7 mm Thick x 7-2/3 in. Wide x 50-4/5 in. Length Laminate Flooring (24.24 sq. ft. / case)
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Gladstone Oak 7 mm Thick x 7-2/3 in. Wide x 50-4/5 in. Length Laminate Flooring (24.24 sq. ft. / case)

  • Classic oak finish provides the look of real hardwood
  • Planks feature a square edge for seamless abutment
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$0.68 /sq. ft.
Covers 24.24 sq. ft.
$16.48 /case

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TrafficMASTER Gladstone Oak Laminate Flooring brings together sought-after oak wood grains with a rich, natural color that is sure to add a sense of warmth to your home's interior. What's more, Gladstone Oak has a simple installation system that allows you install your floor quickly without the need for glue. This means that you can use your floor as soon as the installation is complete.

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  • TrafficMASTER Gladstone Oak Laminate Flooring
  • 7 mm thickness x 7.64 in. width x 50.79 in. length planks
  • 24.24 sq. ft. per case. Case quantity: 9. Case weight: 29.89 lbs.
  • Gladstone Oak 3-strip, light color, wood grain texture
  • Planks have a square edge
  • No attached underlayment
  • Appropriate grade for installation: above grade, on grade or below grade
  • Select radiant heating may be used
  • Can be installed over both concrete and wooden subfloors
  • Residential use
  • 15-year residential warranty against wear, fade and stain
  • 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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how many boxes of laminate wood floor i need for 2 rooms13 x14?

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May 27, 2015
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Buy 16 cartons this should give you plenty to cover waste. You might have 1 carton left over you can always take it back or keep should repairs be needed in the future
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April 24, 2015
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Each box covers approximately 24 sq ft. Your room is 182 square feet. That would be 7.6 boxes. You should add at least 10-15% beyond your actual sq ft. Always buy more than you need. Home Depot is very good about returning your unused stock.
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May 4, 2014
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I would estimate around 7 1/2 boxes per room but I'd add about 10% more for mistakes and cuts. So 16-17 boxes.
Good luck!
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October 20, 2013
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One room 13x14 is 182sq ft. divided 24.24=7.5 cases You should get 16 boxes 15 for job 1 extra for scrap. DO NOT USE IF IT WILL GET WET. LAMINATE SEPERATES
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September 8, 2013
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Your rooms 13x14 = 182 SqFt each room, that will be a total of 364 SqFt. Each box covers 24,24 SqFT 364 ÷ 24.24 = 15 boxes but I would buy an extra box (16 total) just in case, to not have to go to the store just for a couple of pieces if you are short due to cuts and damaged pieces. Good luck, and be shure to read the instruction carefully, and watch a few videos on you tube before you start.
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There as I read is 24 square feet in a box. Each one of your rooms have 182 square feet per room. Keep in mind that you must allow for some waste and drop offs once you start.
On this figure each room will take about 8 boxes as there is going to be some waste, You may want to purchace 18 boxes as there may be damaged pieces in a box. (You can always return what you do not use).
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There as I read is 24 square feet in a box. Each one of your rooms have 182 square feet per room. Keep in mind that you must allow for some waste and drop offs once you start.
On this figure each room will take about 8 boxes as there is going to be some waste, You may want to purchace 18 boxes as there may be damaged pieces in a box. (You can always return what you do not use).
Either way you choose to run the floor you will use 3 pieces with some waste at the end. Save your waste and use it for spacers as well as pounding blocks.
Recrute a helper and you can finish it all in a day. Go slow, measure twice and cut from the back side. Read Less
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Country manufactured?

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February 24, 2016
What country is the Trafficmaster laminate flooring manufactured and does the flooring meet California Prop 65?
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October 25, 2016
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Mine said Made in Germany
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March 24, 2016
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I did a little research regarding this question because I had similar concerns. I'm guessing your concern is regarding formaldehyde. During 2015 Lumber Liquidators came under fire for incorrectly reporting the levels of formaldehyde in some of their laminate flooring from China. The increased levels of formaldehyde are associated with an increased risk of cancer.
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I did a little research regarding this question because I had similar concerns. I'm guessing your concern is regarding formaldehyde. During 2015 Lumber Liquidators came under fire for incorrectly reporting the levels of formaldehyde in some of their laminate flooring from China. The increased levels of formaldehyde are associated with an increased risk of cancer.
As far as I can tell, TrafficMASTER flooring is made exclusively for Home Depot by a company called Shaw. And as far as I can tell, Shaw manufactures in the USA. You can see on the packaging the flooring meets California Prop 65 standards. Read Less
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Can this be layed directly on subfloor?

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Do this need anything underneath it or can it be layed directly on the subfloor?
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October 25, 2016
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I would definitely use an underlayment. We used the white foam cheap stuff - makes a difference with noise, and minor imperfections in floor flatness. it also serves as a moisture barrier.
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Yes need underlayment that has a moisture barrier in it. moisture can migrate up through a concrete , wood, plywood , subfloor. No barrier and you will have a damaged floor before too long
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Can it be used for a bathroom?

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No, the floor would be trashed in a matter of weeks.
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The manufacture does not in most cases recommend using laminate in the bathroom. , the humidity will swell the boards. Water splashing out of the tub. toilet floods or wax ring fails. I have installed in a bathroom but i choose to glue the boards together not to the floor with a little wood glue. it will help but you could still lose the floor. Good luck
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Gladstone Oak 7 mm Thick x 7-2/3 in. Wide x 50-4/5 in. Length Laminate Flooring (24.24 sq. ft. / case) is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 44.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hard (almost impossible) to install, falls apart. Do not buy this product. Spend the extra $0.11 a square foot and buy the Lake Shore Pecan. The Pecan has an entirely different install procedure. I previously installed 1200 sq ft of the pecan in about 6 hours with one person cutting the other setting. I purchased this for a room we needed flooring in wanted to go as cheap as possible thinking it was the same install procedure. With the pecan you click the long edge in, line up your end and give it a couple taps with the rubber mallet and its in. As long as you keep your edges straight you can put it in faster than they can hand you boards. This Gladstone oak makes you lock in the ends first which causes you to try to lock in a whole row at once (nearly impossible), trying to tap it in only results in it disintegrating. It took me 3 hours to do about 4 rows. I ripped it all back up, returned it and bought the Lake Shore Pecan. I had it all 850 sq ft installed in 5 hours. Trust me on this if you want an inexpensive laminate by the Lake Shore Pecan. The best use for Gladstone Oak is the fire pit. Word of caution, make sure you get all the cases off the same pallet otherwise there can be some extreme color variations.
Date published: 2016-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from now i know! After installing a dozen pergo floors, i figured out trafficmaster. I, like everyone else tried tapping in the edges. It doesnt work. On these, you click the two ends first then lock it to the existing row. I did the same thing locking a whole row and then connecting it. Not easy by yourself. lock ends first, then a little tap and it goes right in. actually much easier than the pergos
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great floor Love the color, price and looks great. It's also durable.
Date published: 2016-12-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We installed this in our spare room about a month ago. It looks good and I think it will wear ver... We installed this in our spare room about a month ago. It looks good and I think it will wear very well. It's pretty sturdy, and while a few corners were damaged when we installed it, they don't stand out. I doubt anyone will notice it unless they're down on the floor looking for it (see photo). We'd never installed laminate before. One thing we'd do differently is purchase laminate that had the underlayment attached. Laying down the underlayment isn't hard, but it would have been faster and easier if we could skip that step. We also removed our baseboards, which made it infinitely easier than if we'd left them in place. We repainted and reinstalled them, and they look great. Be sure to pick up one of the laminate installation kits home depot has for less than $20. We started off with just the spacers, which cost less, but realized we needed the tool in the kit. It would've been cheaper to just buy the kit in the first place. If you're installing it yourself for the first time, watch some youtube videos first. You'll need to make sure your floor is fairly level (read the laminate package insert), and don't try to click the panels into place one at a time (that's how our corners got damaged). Click together a whole row end-to-end, and then click the whole row into place. As you're making your cuts, be sure the cut end will be against a wall. A cut piece can go only in certain places because one of the "clickable" edges has been removed. This means you may need more laminate than you thought. We had to buy two extra packages for our project. You'll also need a good saw. We used a table saw. Our installation was over some old tile that had broken off in places. A Home Depot flooring specialist suggest we use some super-strong construction adhesive that comes in a tub like spackle to level out those spots. It worked great! We'd probably choose a product that wasn't obviously laminate for a room we use often, like a den or living room. But overall we're happy with how things turned out and with the quality of the product, and can recommend it.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I swear by Traffic Master I bought A Traffic Master product 9 years ago to replace the carpeting in our basement family room which was formerly my wife's daycare center. Needless to say between that , two dogs and a cat we did not want another carpet. The laminate is still in beautiful condition except where my daughter and her friends decided to hang a piñata and in smashing it they kicked a de- humidifier which splashed a considerable amount of water on the floor. Once I wet-vacced it up and ran the de-humidifier the flooring actually returned to a decent condition. 6 years ago I installed it in my daughters bed room she is rough on flooring, totally wore out a huge circle in the old carpeting from spin dancing. The laminate still looks like the day I installed it. I just bought the Gladstone yesterday, and agree with another reviewer here the web picture does not resemble the color at all, its actually a reddish oak color, the install was easy, although instructions say don't tap the product to install. It is necessary as we have convectors for heat and to get planks under them I used scrap boards with a rubber mallet with no issues. I gave this review a good only because the Gladstone is a couple MM's thinner than the other products I installed and am hoping it will hold up as well as they did.
Date published: 2016-07-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from this flooring was to thin .while trying to install you have to be very patient with the edge not ... this flooring was to thin .while trying to install you have to be very patient with the edge not to damage it even with the palm of you hand to tap in place.finished product was nice to look at .Hopefully it will stand up for a number of years as it was installed in a park model trailer that is only used for 6 months per year.
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value I think this floor is more attractive than my more expensive floors. Has a crisp clean look to it. The install wasn't too bad but there's a trick to it. I installed it by myself with no problems. Decent for the price.
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beats Carpet Any Day-Easy Cleaning and durable I have put this product in all my rentals after having to clean and replace carpet. Laminate beats carpet any.day. It is the latest fashion is home flooring. It is durable and easy to clean--a good sweep and damp mop.
Date published: 2016-09-06
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