Anyone use Trillium Hardwood

altoApril 5, 2011

We are trying to decide on hardwood, leaning towards brazilian cherry or brazilian teak, both due to the high hardness rating. Yesterday we saw a flooring that was bamboo, which I never cared for because of the look of the wood, Trillium. They are available in engineered and hardwood. They are woodgrain enhanced bamboo flooring with a 35 year residential warranty.

We are looking at the Patagonia Walnut hardwood.

Has anyone used this Trillium?

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kbasiuk_msn_com

We recently installed Trillium 4-3/4" x 5/8" Uniclic flooring in our condo. The installation was easier than previous flooring, but during the final clean up, we noticed that the flooring was not what we expected. We also went with the product based on the "advertised" hardness and were surprised to see dents and scratches in the finished product. Since then, we noticed that the product is easily damaged. For instance, my wife accidently dropped a frozen 8 oz. steak from our freezer and it dented the floor. Not happy, we are currently trying to have someone look into the warranty, would not recommend unless you are installing into an old age home with no pets or kids!!!!

    Bookmark   April 23, 2011 at 10:43AM
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alto

Ken, thanks for the feedback. At the $7-8 a sq ft, I'll not be using the Trillium. Too bad because it did look nice on the sample board.

    Bookmark   April 25, 2011 at 10:40AM
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rmagni

Stay away from Trillium flooring! I ordered over 1000 square feet for my home and when I received the flooring, I realized that it was significantly different in colour and finish to the sample board that was on display at Home Depot. I contacted Home Depot who in turn contacted Trillium and even with the visual proof that I had showing the difference, they refused to take the flooring back or exchange it. Although, Home Depot did agree that there was a difference between the display board and the floor I purchased, I was advised that Trillium and Home Depot have covered themselves with a disclaimer on each box of flooring regarding any possible variations. Take a pass on Trillium Flooring and save yourself some grief!

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