Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 16
Rated 5 out of 5Â by mc49 Gorgeous floor
Easy to install. Pergo floor went together nicely.
October 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by vmom What a DEAL!
We got this on clearance, they had just enough for our entry way. We had never installed this kind of flooring before and it was "a snap" literally. What an easy project with such a beautiful outcome. The snap in feature of making the floating floor I was a bit skeptical of but it worked like a champ and was FAST and easy.
September 16, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by lz61 Great value, but quality control issues
Very inexpensive, and it looks great when installed. Nearly 1 board in every box had surface laminate imperfections or damage to the connector. Since this is a special order, I recommend requesting one or two extra boxes to replace the bad boards. Return each box worth of unused boards for a refund after construction.
September 17, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by heep DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!
I've had this flooring for less than a year and it's completely trashed and it cost me thousands upon thousands of dollars. If it gets wet AT ALL, I mean, AT ALL, it warps horribly. If you spill something it will be warped in SECONDS, by the time you come back with a paper towel it's already ruined because it's basically made of pressed paper and sawdust. Don't plan on ever mopping it, I have to clean it on my hands and knees so that I can be careful not to get any water in the seams for even a fraction of second, otherwise it will warp. Sometimes I can afford to hire a cleaning lady to do it for me, sometimes not, if I have to clean it myself it takes about four hours. It also scratches much more easily than you would think, like, sliding a chair out to sit down. They market this as kid/pet tough, bad marketing strategy!
September 24, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 poorly made locking
We bought this product because we assumed the Pergo brand would be of decent quality. We had a lot of problems installing because the tongue and grove pieces were so cheaply made they resembled cardboard at times. The edges of the tongues frayed and when locking an adjoining piece the frayed edge would wedge between the two pieces causing the two boards to not line up properly. This happened so many times and we had to keep pulling boards apart and scraping frayed material off the tongue pieces so they were smooth. Each time we had to pull a board apart after locking it in place it damaged the tongue even more. By scraping the frayed bits from the tongue it damaged the locking efficiency, but we had no other choice.
Our floor has been installed for about a month now. We didn't catch every single piece that didn't lock evenly and are worried that in a few years time we will have to replace the flooring. Some of the pieces have separated some and I am guessing it's due to us having to smooth out the tongue on the boards causing inefficient locking.
Looking back we should have checked out the quality of the tongue and grove before purchasing. But as first time buyers we had not idea what to look for.
November 13, 2012