Rated 4.7 out of 5Â by 95
Rated 4 out of 5Â by LReis Time will tell
I purchased this product because it is a floating floor that is easy to install. Since the area is small, the price wasn't unattainable. Ideally, I would have liked to have a nice tile or wood, but those options would have required a little more work to prep the flooring, and I don't have that kind of time or money. I laid the flooring down myself, and I'm happy with it so far. I won't be able to judge the durability until some time has gone by. It is currently in my kitchenï¼ and my thought was that, since it is floating, some day I can just lift it all out without much hassle.
The photo is a work in progress.
February 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by sall Very happy!
We used this flooring in our kitchen and absolutely love it! It was very easy to install, it is easy to clean, and it's very durable. With a 6 year old boy and a big dog, I wasn't sure how it would hold up, but it's very resilient. There are no scratches on it anywhere. For the price and how long it will last, I feel it was a smart purchase. We are going to use it in our bathrooms as well.
February 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Terry Anyone can do this!
Using a slide paper cutter, scissors, a knife, and pliers, I laid 600 ft.Â² of this flooring and I am 63 years old. I had to lay it over an acoustic flooring, which was very uneven. It was up to the challenge. I found it tedious, of course, but so worth it in the end. This flooring goes down, beautifully, is easy to cut and the end result is beyond belief. It is so easy to clean. My condo looks brand-new.
February 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by KPM81350 Highest recommendation, beautiful finished floor
This was my first use of resilient vinyl, after six uses of laminate products. I selected this because it was waterproof and laminate is not. Also, for longitudinal runs over 18 feet, a transition strip is required for laminate, and not for vinyl, on my floor in question (30 feet long) this was parmamount to the installation.
In addition, it is easier to install because of it does not require a saw since the vinyl is pliable and soft.
Only disadvantage is the surface scuffs in use, but the scuffs are easily removed by buffing and use of the Home Depot Allure finish product.
I will always use resilent vinyl over laminate in the future.
February 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Jeff Looks great and installs easily
The instructions say to lay it directly over subfloor but personally I think using underlayment would be better. I can see the plywood seams through mine, especially in high traffic areas where there is light directly above. Things like dog claws scratch it a little easier than I'd hoped. That said, it's a great value and it's really easy to work with. I've installed over 400' of it in my home in various rooms.
February 11, 2014