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wood look vinyl click planks.

Posted by deejayjay (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 25, 12 at 14:10

Want to know it anyone has used the wook look vinyl planks that click together. How were they to put down and how are they holding up? I know everyone here thinks wood or tile is best, but I just don't see why we should for our house. We live in a 80000.00 house on a 200,000.00 acerage. A 40 plus yr old split entry with 3 bdrm 1.5 bath. Our county has a master plan, and our home is not on it. We want to keep things nice for ourselves, but with the realization that the future of the home may be a bulldozer. We have lots of animals, and muddy tracks. Sick of dirty carpet. Anyone with experience with this type of floor?


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RE: wood look vinyl click planks.

I am guessing you are talking about the Allure Ultra?

I have used the old version of Allure many times and love it. We are doing a bathroom now and I plan on using some of the travertine look Allure Ultra. Then I am planning on using one of the wood styles for the living room. When I was in HD last week the merchandisers were in looks like they are bringing in a lot more colors to the stores.

A sample piece I picked up off their cart looks very durable. I tried scratching it with a letter open and could not.


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RE: wood look vinyl click planks.

We are looking at the same type of product for a basement remodel- probably either Allure/Konecto, or Armstrong Luxe Plank since we are leaning towards DIY. I've found some good information doing searches on this forum- try "Allure" or "Konecto" or "vinyl plank", there are an array of responses from folks who have installed vinyl plank, with varying results. Good luck!


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