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Experience with Vermont Plank flooring

Posted by eoz3106 (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 24, 12 at 17:05

I am in Houston and looking at instaling select solid oak flooring on screeds, in random width and length. I came across Vermont Plank online and have been impressed with them to this point. Does anyone have experience with them? Thanks.

Here is a link that might be useful: VT Plank website

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RE: Experience with Vermont Plank flooring

What did you end up selecting? I was also recently looking at Vermont Plank Flooring for a 3/4" engineered white oak flooring, however, there is now a negative review for this company on the BBB, so I'm looking elsewhere. Graf Bros. looks like a surer bet for solid and engineered floors manufactured in the U.S. They are wholesale to the trade only and only sell engineered flooring as unfinished, but they do offer two excellent looking 3/4" thick engineered options.

Here is a link that might be useful: BBB Complaint Details on Vermont Plank Flooring

RE: Experience with Vermont Plank flooring

I am considering Vermont Plank for my flooring provider. The BBB website said there had been 0 complaints against them in the last three years. Can you resend me the link to the complaint you found? Also, did you end up going with them? And if so what was your experience like? Anyone else out there have experience with Vermont Plank? Thanks.

RE: Experience with Vermont Plank flooring

Just wanted to send a post in response to the above comment about the BBB.
We have had 0 complaints with BBB in last 3 years - since we joined.

We are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council for Responsible Forestry as well.

Thanks for allowing us to clarify this.

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