Rated 4.7 out of 5Â by 75
Rated 5 out of 5Â by LHeiser Real Touch Elite Cherry Laminate Flooring A+ A+ A+
A Great product. We did the livingroom, dinning room and Kitchen. It looks great. It was the first time laying a floor. It was very easy to lay. The color is beautiul and clean up is a breeze. My neighbor saw it and he did his Livingroom, bedroom and den. I am going to start to do the guest room and then the rest of the bedrooms. A great product.
I highly recommend the Dupont Elite Flooring.
November 7, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Ken w/ 2 left hands installation, cleanup and durability defined
I expected at least some frustartion when I decide to do this job, but was pleasantly surprised. Use a mitre with a good blade and a dust bag or do the cuts outside if you want to avoid a tedious cleanup, the dust is very fine.
We have 2 kids under age 5 and a big dog and the product is holding up excellent.
Cleaning is a piece of cake.
July 1, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Eric Dupont Cherry Flooring
This product was much easier to install than I had expected. Two of us in one days time, quickly installed it in two rooms cover a total of almost 400 square feet. The rooms when finished are absolutely amazing and I would not hesitate in using the product again.
Thanks Dupont and Home Depot.
May 31, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Chris Dupont Cherry laminate flooring
I have used Pergo and this Dupont is 100x better. It feels better, it is quieter when you walk on it. Goes down in much easier than the Pergo. The attached padding is great. It holds up well and does not scratch!! I will put this in my next home!
June 7, 2006
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Firsttimer Difficult to snap in place
The product is a little harder to install then they make out. If you want to get it under the door frame moulding without removing the moulding, they imply that you can pull it in place. Well the product does NOT want to snap together UNLESS you raise it up about 15 degrees. This makes it hard to install where ever you are trying to go slightly under a door frame so that the gap will be invisible. (You can't put a molding around the door frame.) I suppose the experts removed the doorframe molding? or pulled it away?
Another problem is that when you put in a 2nd piece in a row, the 1st peice tends to get loose and you continually have to go back and forth knocing every piece in the row until they are ALL finally in.
I did not like that.
November 26, 2006