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  • Great Product!
  • December 18, 2014
  • Recommended Product

I thought this was going to be too dark for my small space but it all depends on the paint color on the walls, these floors look great! These floors are half the price of the floors I purchases for my first home and are more durable. They don't scratch too easily because they don't have a gloss finish- if you are looking for a glossy finish DO NOT buy these floors. They are dark- do know that means you can see A LOT of dust pet hair etc. Also, since they don't have much of a finish DO NOT use chemicals or cleaners even if they say hardwood in the floor- follow the directions listed in the packaging! Altogether I LOVE these floors for the price! You just can't beat it! I installed these myself in half a day (500 sq feet)

Pros Good Wood, Feels Like Wood, High Quality of Material, Looks Like Wood, Sturdy, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Modern, Great Instructions, Comfortable, Looks High End, Effective

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mbenz300

Tampa, FL
25 to 34, Male
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  • beautiful and easy install
  • May 15, 2015
  • Recommended Product

My wife and I installed 175 square feet in our foyer and into the kitchen. Very easy and fast to install. Took us about 3 hours to lay the underlayment and flooring. Our house looks amazing now and really sets a strong appearance when you walk in the door.

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PhilipF

17 out of 17 people found this helpful
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By: PhilipF
  • Cut & installed easily, looks great & so far durable
  • April 16, 2014
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

Put 8 x 10 area rug over to protect 16 x 13 living room floor. At entryway at front exterior door, added 3 x 3 tile laminate and entry mat & ask people to remove shoes (from Europe & that's common courtesy there). Kept extra box for spares. Great price at almost half price under $2 /ft2.

Pros Feels Like Wood, Looks Like Wood, Easy to Clean, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Looks High End

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charliefunny

Cincinnati, OH, USA
55 to 64, Male
16 out of 16 people found this helpful
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By: charliefunny
  • Absolutely Awesome
  • June 03, 2014
  • Recommended Product

I recently installed this throughout our place. It was fairly easy to do it. Out of 40 boxes or so, I only had to discard a handful or so. The top layer of wood is thin, so I don't think it can be resurfaced. However, with proper care (furniture pads, rug pad, no shoe policy), I don't see why it wouldn't last. If you polish it, the wood really pops. It seems to be holding up well. It was an excellent value. We are happy with it.

Pros Good Wood, Looks Like Wood, Easy to Clean, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Looks High End

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Randmness

Columbia, MD, USA
25 to 34, Male
14 out of 14 people found this helpful
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By: Randmness
  • It's a beautiful floor with wide and long boards, however it's soft. A paper thin veneer is appl...
  • March 09, 2018
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It's a beautiful floor with wide and long boards, however it's soft. A paper thin veneer is applied to mdf board. The specified Janka wood hardness rating/resistance to denting is 1360. That rating would be for a real solid Oak floor as well. I accidentally dropped a metal eight ounce Stanley 12' rule from 3 feet it dented and slightly ruptured the veneer fibers. I then dropped the same rule from the same distance onto a real 1948 oak floor and it dented it but no rupture of the surface. The mdf needs to be harder to protect the veneer from rupture. Don't drop any thing on this floor and don't use old fashion high quality measuring tapes. Using this floor for a dinning room but believe it should only be used for a bedroom. Sent the paper work away for the real warranty to see what it is compared to the advertised 55-year residential warranty. The butt T@G joints appear to me miss-manufactured. The upward facing right butt tongue is half the width of the left butt downward facing tongue. The right butt joint is shown in the advertizing photo. Most upward tongues were broken/sheared ineffective at locking because they are so thin thus weak in shear. This floor is applied on a thermo-flim heating system. Some of the butt joints have slightly opened. I only allowed a total of 1/4 inch for length expansion for 14' thinking that more space would allow the butts to really open up. Walking on the floor makes a slight crinkly sound in a couple of places. Its only on 6 mil plastic and the thermo-flim membrane. More padding would be recommenced to make it completely silent but I didn't want to interfere with the heat transfer from the film to the floor surface. The sub floor is then 1/2" sanded plywood, 6 mil radiant vapor barrier, ¾" t@G pine, on 2×6s at 16'' centers with 6' span. Flooring is laid perpendicular to the joists its the only way to do it right as all joist floors sag. The sub floor is insulated r-19 over a concrete slab. The sub-floor was flat with no ridges the plywood screwed to the joists. Each box contains 5 six foot boards, and 2 each of 4 foot, 3 foot, and 2 foot boards for an 11 board total per box. I Laid the floor out in Autocad before doing the install so I have a repeating and consistent pattern of butt breaks with minimum waste for a 14'x12' foot room. Install was fast and easy given the large size of the boards which were straight and snapped together easily, very little tapping was required. Make sure you have an install tool kit as the veneer can be damaged at the edges.

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Engineer33

13 out of 13 people found this helpful
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By: Engineer33
  • Good purchase and easy to install. Bad quality right out of the box.
  • April 18, 2016

We bought this product originally to do just our bedroom but ended up doing our hallway, Stairs, and office with it. I bought in total of just over 60 cases. Very easy to put in and to work with. Problem is that several, about 4 full cases, of the planks were either scratched or had some glue/finish splatter all over them which made them not usable. I did send an email to The Company, not Home Depot, but they never responded to my email. So now I will have to order more of course to finish my massive project. Very disappointed in the 4 cases that I can do nothing with. Therefore I probably would not recommend this product because of how frustrating it is to open new cases and then have so many pieces that cannot be used.

Pros Looks Great, Easy to Install Cons Scratches Easily, damage right out of the box

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Aliante

Aliante Las Vegas NV
35 to 44, Male
12 out of 12 people found this helpful
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By: Aliante
  • Beautiful Flooring
  • September 19, 2014
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

This flooring makes my house look totally different. We love the very dark wood and think that it is a nice upgrade. It is super easy to install and doesn't scratch super easy. A couple of the boxes were pretty beat up but that is a Delivery issue not product issue. All in all, I would definitely recommend this flooring.

Pros Looks Like Wood, Easy to Clean, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Looks High End, Modern

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LittleLane

Nashville, TN
18 to 24, Female
10 out of 10 people found this helpful
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By: LittleLane
  • Excellent product, easy to put down. Used this product in a large Master BR, walk-in closet, din...
  • October 19, 2017
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Excellent product, easy to put down. Used this product in a large Master BR, walk-in closet, dining room and living room. Floor looks beautiful and friends love the look. Used the recommended under-layment and one person can complete the job. We did it ourselves with no problems. All of the boards out of the boxes were perfect with no damage. Ordered 10% more but did not need it. I was able to return the unused boxes for full refund. We have had the floor one year and it looks brand new. We have a dog and there are no scratches from her nails or from any furniture. I would fully recommend this product and am planning to use it again in a new house we are planning.

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HomeDepotCustomer

8 out of 8 people found this helpful
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By: HomeDepotCustomer
  • My wife wanted to replace the carpeting in our living room with a wood floor. So, for her Christ...
  • February 02, 2017
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

My wife wanted to replace the carpeting in our living room with a wood floor. So, for her Christmas present, I picked up a bunch of samples, placed them in a shoe box and gift wrapped it. Of all the samples, she picked the wire brushed Oak Havana due to the texture as well as appearance. It was the first time I installed a wood floor, and overall it went surprisingly well and quick. Pieces simply snap together. No need for nails. Already owned a table saw, but wanted a miter saw as well. Total costs of new saw and materials was less than a quarter of what I had been quoted by installer. After pulling up old carpeting and pad, used hammer and pliers to removed tack boards, staples and small nails. Nailed down flush a few nail heads that were sticking up, and then vacuumed to ensure surface was clean. Floor was already level, but used foam underlayment to be sure and for extra noise control. Ran out of the regular underlayment toward end of project, but found that doubling up the foam wrapping that comes in the box. worked just as well for the few extra square feet. Removed existing molding using large flat head screw driver as a wedge. Was able to easily cut flooring material to about 3/8 inch of walls. Tapped the existing staple nails in the molding, and was then able to simply put molding back from where it came from and nail in. This floor abuts existing oak floor in our foyer. Thought about covering transition with molding. Opted to instead cut material flush with new floor, but then noticed it lifting slightly. So, used some wood glue to keep transition area flush. Floor looks wonderful and wife is very happy.

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Andy

7 out of 7 people found this helpful
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By: Andy
  • Installed this flooring in my dining room and also in my bar in lieu of the carpet that was there...
  • February 09, 2017
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Installed this flooring in my dining room and also in my bar in lieu of the carpet that was there. Installation was fairly easy with a short learning curve. little need for a tapping block, if you line up the planks (long planks are easier with a helper) at about a 45 degree angle then drop in place, they lock perfectly. I used a premium cushion underlayment with this, I'm sure you could use any type, but i had excellent results with it. The initial shipment from Home Depot to my home had many damaged boxes, only one box had no damaged planks in it. This isn't the fault of HD or the manufacturer, though putting the box containing the planks into a sturdier outer box for shipping would have avoided a lot of damaged planks. I ended up with a full box of planks I couldn't use. Home Depot made it right, I returned a full box made up of the damaged planks and they ordered a new one for me to finish the job. It should be noted, this box was shipped to Home Depot and was in an outer box for shipping. No damaged planks. Definitely figure 10% for cuts and use proper spacers against the walls. Overall, I am very pleased with the appearance and durability of the product. Somewhat displeased with all the damaged planks in the shipment to my home. Very very pleased with Home Depot's response to the issue.

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JC

5 out of 5 people found this helpful
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By: JC