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TrafficMASTER Lakeshore Pecan 7 mm Thick x 7-2/3 in. Wide x 50-5/8 in. Length Laminate Flooring (24.17 sq. ft. / case)
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Lakeshore Pecan 7 mm Thick x 7-2/3 in. Wide x 50-5/8 in. Length Laminate Flooring (24.17 sq. ft. / case)

  • Fold down installation - does not require glue
  • For use with wooden and concrete subfloors
  • Get It Installed - Call 1-855-583-0554
$0.79 /sq. ft.
Covers 24.17 sq. ft.
$19.09 /case

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TrafficMASTER Lakeshore Pecan's inviting grey/natural tones coordinate easily with just about every interior. What's more, Lakeshore Pecan is equipped with a simple fold down 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 your installation is complete.

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  • TrafficMASTER Lakeshore Pecan Laminate Flooring
  • 7 mm thickness x 7.64 in. width x 50-5/8 in. length planks
  • 24.17 sq. ft. per case. Case quantity: 9. Case weight: 32.43 lb.
  • Lakeshore Pecan, Medium Color, Wood Grain Texture
  • Planks have beveled edges
  • 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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Is it water proof and ok for bathrooms and kitchens?

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As long as you clean up any spills/moisture on the floor immediately, it should be ok
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Not waterproof but any spills wiped up quickly will not damage it. Leaving a puddle sit for a long period will cause damage as it seeps into the seams and causes warping on edges.
Whether to use it in kitchen and baths depends, we have it in one bath and the kitchen. I think it depends what your family makeup is. We are just two adults, no kids, so we are vigilant when it comes to spills.
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Not waterproof but any spills wiped up quickly will not damage it. Leaving a puddle sit for a long period will cause damage as it seeps into the seams and causes warping on edges.
Whether to use it in kitchen and baths depends, we have it in one bath and the kitchen. I think it depends what your family makeup is. We are just two adults, no kids, so we are vigilant when it comes to spills.
Small area rugs in front of shower. kitchen sink and ice/water dispenser on refrigerator. Read Less
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August 16, 2016
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This floor is not waterproof and I don't believe its recommended for bathrooms or kitchens. Because of how it fits together excess water would leak between the panels and cause them to warp and rot from underneath. Laminate is made of wood products so it would be susceptible to water. If you need water proof then tile or vinyl flooring are better options.
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August 15, 2016
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It is not recommended to use the flooring in the bathroom or kitchen.
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August 15, 2016
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I have this installed in a kitchen, livingroom and bonus room. I have had no issues. Installed over 500 sq ft in an unheated summer home with a raised crawlspace sub-floor and was laid over recommended underlayment. The temperatures in michigan get very cold and damp over the winter. I cannot answer for bathrooms.
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I wouldn't recommend it for a bathroom. As with most laminates, if it gets wet, it will likely swell up and show signs of water damage. There are other choices in laminate that would be more suited for this application. There is also ceramic tile with a wood grain pattern that would satisfy your desire for a wood look in a bathroom.
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The seams are very water resistant, but the outer perimeter will not be. You would have to seal the outer edge with a silicone compound that will flex. I did this in my living room, in case people spill drinks...it happened, and it worked. Myself, i would not use this in a bathroom. I used vinyl wood planks in there. My cats spilled a glass of water last week off my kitchen bar onto my living room floor, Read More
The seams are very water resistant, but the outer perimeter will not be. You would have to seal the outer edge with a silicone compound that will flex. I did this in my living room, in case people spill drinks...it happened, and it worked. Myself, i would not use this in a bathroom. I used vinyl wood planks in there. My cats spilled a glass of water last week off my kitchen bar onto my living room floor, where i have the pecan...the puddle was there for hours, on a seam, and there was no penetration. Read Less
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It's laminate so it's not waterproof. I put mine down in the kitchen an am vigilant about wiping up spills. I didn't use it in the bathrooms!
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No it is not waterproof. Yes, you can use it in the kitchen or half bath.
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what is the best product to use on this flooring? Is there anything that will make it shine a littel?

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A designer mat. It generally looks shiny
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The best product is a laminate cleaner that you spray on and then wipe with a slightly damp sponge mop. Do not mop it regular style, and do not use any mop and glow type products. You will regret both. If you are wanting a glossy floor, pick a different flooring.
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Instructions say to use a dry mop for everyday cleaning and to use wet rag or towel to clean up spills.
I would steer clear of any harsh chemical cleaners. I would look for a cleaner specifically designed for click together laminate hardwood.
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Not really, it has a dull finish that is a manufactured plastic, so getting it to shine won't work like it would with a laquor floor
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plain water is the best cleaning product - if you want shine buy a laminate with shine - the manufacture states that using lacquers, polishes, waxes, or detergent-based cleaners will cause irreparable damage.
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Bona, Rejuvenate, Bruce and Zep all make laminate floor cleaner & restorer. I've tried all four. Bruce, Zep and Bona safely clean laminate and restore the original luster. If you want your flooring to look a little shinier, the Rejuvenate seems to add a little bit of shine. Rejuvenate is easy to use, and does not leave a residue.
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March 29, 2015
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I forgot to mention the manufacture recommends any floor product specifically designed to clean laminate flooring. Sweeping the floor seems to keep most dirt up, but occasionally after a spill, we have been using a Swiffer type pad mom and it seems to spot clean very well.
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The floor is a matte finish and will not shine much more than it does straight out of the box. I would choose another option if you are looking for a glossy finish in your floor. We are very happy with the product and highly recommend it to anyone wanting a very durable, good looking floor at a very reasonable price.
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Underlay Required?

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Is an underlay required and, if so, what type?
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Yes. Underlayment is more dependant on what you will be covering. If you are installing this on a slab and below grade, you'll want a moisture barrier. I also suggest getting something with some additional cushion,it creates a better feel and sound for your floor.
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An underlay is required to retain the warranty. Roberts Serenity Polyethylene Foam Underlayment is the least expensive, and works well. The thicker and denser the underlayment, the better it will protect the flooring against defects in the layer below it, and the better it will dampen sound. There are also multilayer underlayments that combine vapor barrier and various levels of padding.
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There are many types of underlayment to choose from at many different price points and yes, an underlayment is required with this floor.
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Rancho Cordova, California
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Yes, TrafficMaster states in their instructions that underlayment is required. I would advise to use a good underlayment such as cork or a high end foam.
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Yes, underlayment is required. You find it in the same aisle as the laminate flooring.
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Lawrenceville, GA
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Yes the underlayment is important to keeping the moisture level to a minimum and consistent under the entire floor. The Traffic Master underlayment is basic easy to install with the self adhesive edges, and offered at a relatively low priced. There are other underlayments priced much higher that are more specialized which I don't feel are necessary for most installations.
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If you're installing over a concrete subfloor, then yes, at the very minimum a vapor barrier is required. This can be as simple as rolling out plastic (6 mil is probably the minimum). I would highly recommend going with something that has a little pad to it for acoustics though. If you're installing over a wood subfloor then an underlay is not required.
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If you're installing over a concrete subfloor, then yes, at the very minimum a vapor barrier is required. This can be as simple as rolling out plastic (6 mil is probably the minimum). I would highly recommend going with something that has a little pad to it for acoustics though. If you're installing over a wood subfloor then an underlay is not required.
Here's a very inexpensive vapor barrier/padded underlay that works very well:
http://m.homedepot.com/p/TrafficMASTER-Standard-100-sq-ft-Rolls-25-ft-x-4-ft-x-080-in-Polyethylene-Foam-2-in-1-Underlayment-100779555/203956730/
Its not going to absorb as much sound as the thicker stuff but it's
what I went with in a 450 sq ft dining/formal room and I have zero complaints.
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How much floor does 2 boxes cover

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2 boxes covers a little less than 50 square feet.
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One box covers a little more than 24sqft, so two boxes covers about 48sqft.
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2 boxes will cover a little more than 48 square feet.
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As stated in description 24.17 square feet per box. So 2 boxes will cover about 45 square feet when allowing for waste and odd measurements.
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June 19, 2016
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Two boxes cover 48.34 sq. ft.
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24.17 square feet per case/box x 2 = 48.34 square feet. But when you calculate how much you're going to need to do any given floor, add at least 10% for unavoidable waste, more like 15-20% if you're inexperienced at laying laminate flooring. Good luck!
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 165 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stuff An absolute great price. And the product seems to be great too. So much so that we have now done 3 rooms in our house and working on the 4th. Very easy installation and it's very easy to complete a 12x12 room in a few hours. The initial measurements for the beginning and ending lengths, and the rip cut for the width, if necessary, are critical. August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome LooK! I gave this 4 stars only because it's 7mm thick. The home we renovated is in on a concrete slab so no worries on durability. it looks absolutely beautiful and we ran it all throughout the first floor. Everyone loves the flooring even though the material is budget friendly it really makes a statement!. Easy to install. I would use it on a second floor just because of the thickness. I've attached a photo enjoy! August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very best value in laminate flooring We installed this almost 4 months ago and it still looks brand new. We had installed 12MM laminate at our son's house but, based on great reviews, decided to try this extremely cost-effective 7MM flooring for our summer home. We are thrilled with the price, ease of installation, appearance and sturdiness! We even installed it in the bathroom and haven't had a single problem with it in a humid environment. When we replace flooring in the future, we will most definitely buy this product. The color is also very neutral and looks just like wood. Very highly recommend it. July 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best value in laminate flooring I have installed this flooring in a basement and office. Easy to install, good quality and durable. August 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Buy this flooring!! We bought this for our new home and installed 1,000 square feet ourselves (neither of us had ever done it before) in about 3-4 full days in the bedrooms, living, and kitchen. Everyone that has seen photos or come to visit makes a comment about the floor and I'm always giddy to tell them what we paid for it. What a savings!!!! We used a fiber "Quiet Walk" as the underlayment. Some of the pieces did chip during install, but if your just a little bit careful and get the hang of it, you won't have problems. No, it's not solid wood... but we didn't pay for solid would or high-end laminate and it looks and feels great! May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great style, versatility and quality at an even better price! Placed this floor throughout my home except wet areas. It took us awhile to get it all done but it was so worth the effort. It transformed the look of the whole house, is oh so easy to care for and goes with any wood tone furniture. I was considering a much more expensive floor and I sincerely do not think I could be happier especially given the savings. The wider planks are attractive and look high end! They actually look like real wood, and with the underlayment the feel is much softer then the tile on cement we had before. The underlayment was the one with the little styrofoam dots which was forgivingly easy to use. There were minimal damaged boards and those few were used by cutting off the damaged end. The floor cleans easily using a robotic vacuum every other day and steam clean on light setting every other week. These floors always look immaculate and I love walking on them barefoot. We have a 14 lb dog that is very energetic but no kids except for occasional visitors and have had no problems with scratches or dents of any kind. July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by THIS STUFF ROCKS!! Put this down in my front room and dining room this weekend. Rocky start until I figured out I had it backward; spun the first three rows around and BAM drop and lock. The hardest part was the getting up and down to make cuts. Looks FANTASTIC! I can't say enough great things about it. July 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HIghly recommend this flooring. Purchased this flooring based upon the good reviews and couldnt be happier. This was my first time putting flooring down and it was very easy to lay this flooring. It looks awesome and I am very happy with this purchase. The finish of the flooring looks high end. July 17, 2016
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