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Old 03-07-2013, 08:07 PM   #16
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but for a lot of us, it's a case of "do it cheap or do without".
amen brotha . there are those that do not understand that.

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Old 03-16-2013, 04:00 PM   #17
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YUP!!!!!!! It looked good from a distance or in pictures JUST BEFORE it BUCKLED,LIFTED,SEPARATED, within ONE year of install. I know of a DOZEN homes ruined by this (junk) garbage flooring.. But please buy it and have the installer give you a guarantee (thats not worth spit) that it wont do the same for you.. Please buy a whole house worth and push this product on your friends and family..(ha ha) LET ME KNOW HOW your all making out in a YEAR.. Project Source and Surface source will be calling this flooring ANOTHER NAME within the next couple years. Tell my clients its an excellent product ,and they will tell you something back that against DIY rules..............................love and kisses
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Old 03-16-2013, 04:01 PM   #18
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you go girl...............
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Old 03-16-2013, 04:10 PM   #19
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HA HA HA HA HA give it a little time.. get back to us after you trip over it in the middle of the night.. careful now..
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Ummmm,all i can say is dont buy it if you clean your floors.dont buy it if you have house plants.dont buy it if you have one of those floor steamers(omg)dont buy it unless you own a skateboard.dont buy it if your temp changes in your home or office.dont buy it unless you want to trip over it in the middle of the night.dont buy it unless you take all your advise from flooring rep scammers.dont buy it unless you have money to throw away.dont buy it unless you want the flooring installer moving in your home.dont buy it unless you like dusty and debris from constant install problems.dont buy it because you cant afford something better.dont buy it unless you like filling up the local landfill with this type of flooring.dont buy it unless your getting kickbacks from the home owners you scammed into buying this crap-flooring.. DO BUY IT IF YOU THINK THE INSTALLER IS CUTE AND YOU DONT WANT HIM LEAVING YOUR HOME..AND YOU WANT TO MARRY HIM! DO BUY IT IF YOU LIKE MAJOR MIGRAINE HEADACHES. thanks #1 installerright on man
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Old 10-14-2013, 06:02 PM   #21
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Well I have had the floor for over a year now and have had no problems at all with it. It still looks as good as new. I am very happy with it - too bad this particular product is now discontinued. I would not hesitate to use a similar product again and do it myself.
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Well I have had the floor for over a year now and have had no problems at all with it. It still looks as good as new. I am very happy with it - too bad this particular product is now discontinued. I would not hesitate to use a similar product again and do it myself.
thanx for the update.
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How did it do in the bathroom?
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Old 10-15-2013, 03:53 PM   #24
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I didn't put it in the full baths because the existing tile-look vinyl in there was fine and it saved me the labor of peeling up the existing vinyl and cutting planks around toilets and tubs. But I used it in the kitchen and powder room and everywhere in the house it is fine. Water pools on top, the joints between boards are tight, I've spilled in the kitchen a few times. I actually wish I had put it int he full baths too as it would have looked nicer than the tile-look stuff there, but I was pressed for time and now I can't buy more of this flooring.

The floor was installed June 2012 so it's been well over a year with it now so just wanted to report back as requested! For less than $1000 for the whole house, and an easy DIY install, you bet I would do this floor again in an instant.

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