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Rated 5 out of 5Â by Angela So cute!
Easy to install, looks great. Feels solid. Haven't had it long enough to know how long it will hold up- but love that it has a lifetime warranty.
February 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MoonQueen Amazing product!!
This product is not only pretty, but easy to install, as well as durable! Amazing invention! With 3 dogs, 2 kids and other remodeling taking place- it is holding up to all it states in the video. It is also beautiful and quiet when walking. We installed over plywood. We will be purchasing more in fact. (We wish we had put this in the bedroom too and not the Hampton Bay which is hard to clean and a lot of work.) Way to go on this product, please make even more color selections!
February 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Woody Not as easy to install as box says
The product is not as easy to install on long runs and keep all seems tight.Not for the novice to install defiantly need some carpentry skills if there are objects to go around and different angles in the room. take your time and make sure all seems r tight every time you add a row.build entire row first then put in.
April 15, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by PastorGreg Very Pleased
I am very pleased at the quality and beauty of this flooring. We purchased it to use in a cafe area of our church which is currently being renovated. The finished product is beautiful but there are a few things that I wish I knew before I started that would have made the job easier: 1) As I suspected, it was not as easy to cut and snap the pieces as the install video leads you to believe (straight cuts were easy but double cuts around door jams never snapped clean). Always use sharp, heavy duty razon blades. Buy a lot of them, it's worth the investment, 2) 275 sq.ft. install took about 15 hours (1 person, first timer) for 1 room and small kitchenette. 3) I rarely heard the "click" noise that they advertise but once I got the hang of the technique, things began to move quicker and more efficient. 4) MAKE SURE YOU START ON A SQUARE WALL. I removed the baseboard which left a bowed wall to work with. After about 4 rows it became harder and harder to snap planks into place as the 20 ft row began to bow in about an inch further in the middle than the edges. Finally fixed the problem by using shims to level out the planks against the wall for an even run, without doing this the planks began to pull away on one side when i locked in the other side. 5) Planks were not as easy to set into place as video let on, especially when joining a plank on both the left and top sides. Often, the previous planks would lift up when tilting in the next plank and I would have to reset the entire row. 6) THE BIGGEST HELP TO ME WAS AN INSTALL KIT by Pergo which I had left over from a lamanent project from years ago. I assume that they still make it (or maybe Allure makes a similar install kit) which comes with tools for tapping planks into place and pulling pieces in from the edges. Didn't use on day 1 but when I went back the second day, after remembering about these tools, it made the job sooooo much easier. Hope these tips help you and I hope that you are as pleased with your floor as I am with mine!
February 5, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JoeJ Extremely nice floor covering
The appearence was excellent. I had problems locking the planks into one another. My wife did not. There is a knack to locking the planks. Some practice may be required. The flooring was a bit pricey but overall well worth the cost.
August 12, 2014