Rated 4.5 out of 5Â by 31
Rated 5 out of 5Â by scbt A really great option for the price!
We've now installed our allure flooring and are really pleased with the results. The color/grain matches perfectly the (real) wood trim around our windows and doors as well as the wood flooring in other parts of our house. It was *relatively* easy to install. The only thing worth nothing is that it's thin so you can feel any bumps or irregularities in the floor below it (even if they are very small). Also, it's not as scratch resistant as we expected.
July 18, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Cheech9 Great purchase!
Easy to lay it down and very easy to clean, don't do it on humid days and be sure to do it right the first time or it will be hard to detach.
June 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by GhettoMama Amazing product for parents of young kids
I have two little kids, two gigantic dogs with a severe fear of manicures, and a husband who thinks foot wiping is for ladies. This floor has stood up to all of that for over a year and still looks like new. It was the easiest thing in the world to install (hubby and I did it fight-free in one day) and cheaper than anything that looks half as good. I'm super pleased with it and about to buy some more.
March 10, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by fran Looks good, went in well
I don't think anybody will mistake it for hardwood once they're standing on it, but overall it looks really good. Installation took an afternoon, there's a few tricks that can make it easier but for the most part anybody should be able to do it. Just make sure you don't seal them down until you're certain you have them right, because if you try to separate two planks you're likely to ruin them and it can mess up the whole installation. Been in our dining room for a month now, and have had no problems; it's stood up to the worst our puppy, toddler and busy family can throw at it and still looks great.
April 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by KFNY Looks good in our small kitchen
We were looking for an easy-to-install floor that wouldn't look cheap. The vinyl faux stone floors appeared too noticeably phony, so we decided on vinyl wood planks to install over the existing kitchen linoleum, which was very old and uneven due to its design ("brick" with very wide and deep "grout" lines). The vinyl went down easily and, so far, isn't buckling in the recessed areas of the old floor. The wood pattern looks seamless, and the floor surface is very easy to maintain. We'd definitely recommend it to those looking for a neat, clean style that is low cost and pretty effortless to install.
December 26, 2013