Consumer Reviews of Contractor's Choice synthetic floors

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Location: Canada
Model: Notting Hill

Satisfaction Rating:
5 of 5 stars Very Satisfied, 5 out of 5

Review:
"I was impressed with price and quality"
I was upgrading from carpet to hard flooring and checked out all possible types including real wood, engineered wood, cork flooring (which is really cool but expensive), laminate, vinyl and tiles. I opted to go with 12mm from Contractor's Choice because I thought thick equaled quality and was pretty much the cheapest around. I lucked out with this brand, although I think it's Chinese made. I chose Notting Hill model because it is almost a white grey mix and I wanted to lighten up a dark, dingy, 75 year old house. On advice from a friend, made sure the edges had a basic wax type coating to help slow down spills/water from penetrating the seams. Tongue and groove system that is really really easy to install and ensure a tight almost-lock. Floated it over cork sheets for quietness and insulation and it is moisture and mold resistant naturally. Cut it with a circular saw. Sanded and glued around walls and doorways. If you buy this, with you know what you're doing or watch a few online vids first. You want to wiggle it up and down and a mild angle from the floor before you drop into place. Once you get the hang of it, you will know and feel if the fit is tight and "locked". I lucked out and without knowing it, this stuff turned out to be an AC4 hardness/durability rating out of a possible 5. AC5 is rare and most non-retail commercial spaces only use AC3 to lower bids. Well if you're like me, a bad cut damages the top coating even at AC4, but when it's properly installed, I dropped my hammer several times, including from a ladder with zero damage. It has an impressive surface. Multiple times a day, my pug runs a corner, loses grip and claws insanely on the flooring and not even a scratch. I may buy them again because I am so impressed, even if their competition has better surface patterns.


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Location: Cherry Hill, NJ

Satisfaction Rating:
5 of 5 stars Very Satisfied, 5 out of 5

Review:
"Slip sliding on my wooden floor"
We have had these wooden floors since we built the house a couple years ago. I like that they not only hold up against weather and wear but they hold up against my kid and his armada of friends! There isn't much I dislike about them, I've never needed to repair them or upkeep them in anyway, just a nice wax job and a cleaning every so often. I sometimes can be found late at night slipping and sliding across the floors in the kitchen in my socks. Mind you they are very easy to clean! I would recommend them to a friend indeed and I don't go in for recommending stuff like this cause it only causes problems later on. I use to think wood flooring was just that, wood flooring and nothing special but like a carpet, wood flooring can bring a whole kitchen together. You drop an egg, it wipes right up, you spill milk or orange juice it mops right up with ease!


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