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Rated 5 out of 5Â by Ashley I am obssessed with this floor
This floor is incredibly beautiful . it looks like real wood thanks to the hand scraped and is just beautiful . its a dark color, I was worried it will showed foot prints since its a dark color , luckily this floor does not if you step on it you wont see a foot print , I am just beyond satisfy with this floor . I also have a cat and I have not seen any scratches.
September 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Azdays Absolutely Stunning!!! Beautiful!
Just a stunning floor and easy to work with! Put this is the master bedroom and it it gorgeous! (I made the mistake of buying a high gloss floor from a "lumber" place. Big mistake. Now I want to replace that this with this.)
It is not a high gloss floor. It changes color as the light's hit it. Very real looking and not drab.
People who have seen it swear it is the real thing! Love it! Had it shipped and no damaged pieces what so ever! Ordered it and it was here in 4 days.
August 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by SNL123 Beautiful and affordable
We wanted to replace the carpet that had been in our house WAY too long. This flooring was our answer. We were able to do three bedrooms for less than $400. We bought it on a store special for $.99 a sq foot- and it is a warm, lovely wood with a nice sheen. It looks very much like actual wood flooring and was easy to install. The only thing I wished it had was an attached underlayment.
September 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Bepperb Best value in laminate
This is a really good looking floor for the price. The durability is good. Any of the value laminate floors are thin (this is 8mm) and therefore more difficult to snap together than something like a 12mm floor, though this went in with taps from a mallet at most. I would buy this again or recommend it, if you like the look and need the durability of laminiate, or you're limited in budget you won't do better than this.
October 21, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by MomofFour La Mesa Maple Flooring
We just installed this floor in our kitchen/living room/hallway. It was very easy to work with. It took 3 of us two days to install about 650 sq. feet. We had some really tricky corners and door frames to go around. It would be really simple to install in a rectangular room.
The transition pieces are not great. They need touch-up on the edges and we could never get them to snap into the plastic rails that they come with. We eventually used liquid nails to attach them.
Everyone who has seen our floors thinks they are great, and they really do look nice. But, here is what I am not so happy with:
* Because it is a darker color and a smooth finish, every little bit of dust, grease, foot-print, and particles show up. We'll have to sweep and mop every day (we have 4 kids)- so I'm not too thrilled with that. I think a lighter color with less sheen to it would probably have been a better choice for us.
* So far, we've accidentally chipped the floor twice by dropping things (one of the things was a hammer- so that's our fault). We'll try to touch it up with a stain pen. It probably won't be too much of an issue.
* This isn't exactly the "Hand-scraped" look that you see in other flooring. I expected it to have the little dents and more or a worn texture. It is basically a smooth floor.
Would I choose this same flooring next time? Because I have little kids, probably not. If I didn't have kids, or if I was installing this in a place besides the kitchen, this would be a good flooring.
Next time, I'd go lighter in color and would be more cautious about the shine/reflection. But, I think other than the cleaning issues (and I'll have to get over my OCD about keeping it nice and clean), we'll be happy with this floor for many years.
August 31, 2013