Consumer Reviews of Tarkett tile floors

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Location: Potosi, MO
Model: Escapde

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1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

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"Easily scratched!"
I Bought this product on sale at Menards for a diy basement floor. The floor looked great and I was very proud of the great deal I got on my flooring. Then reality set in, you get what you pay for. First, I knocked a hammer off a 2 step footstool and took a chunk out of the floor. I made an acceptable repair by plugging the hole. Second, dropped a piece of 6" duct from about 4', I had to take up about 10 square feet to replace one piece. Today my wife pulled a 10 gal plastic tote with Christmas tree ornaments, maybe weighted 5lbs, and scratched the floor for about 8'. If you are goin to use the room, do not, I repeat, do not buy Tarkett LVP.


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Location: Center Point, LA
Model: Better Living Heritage Oak (Gunstock)

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1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

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"Tarkett Luxury Vinyl Flooring - Heritage Oak"
We purchased the Tarkett Better Living Heritage Oak (Gunstock) for our new home. We purchased it on the advice of a trusted salesman at a local flooring store in Alexandria, LA. I was told that it was more durable than the Armstrong Linoleum I had in my old house...NO Way!! The tile scratched as the installer was laying it down. I contacted the store several times & finally they were able to get tarkett to send out an independent inspector from Baton Rouge. I have empty chairs that will scratch the floor, my step stool scratched the floor & Tarkett sent me a letter saying the floor had been "scratched in use" and the independent inspector said that we didn't remove the sand, grit and other hard debris in a timely manner. That was one of the reasons we purchased the floor, we knew with new construction in the country there would be lots of the outside tracked inside. We have to walk on it, move chairs, use the stepstool, move items (even the plastic garbage can scratched it). At a cost of about $3.69/sf I find the floor was not worth the money it cost. Seriously considering getting a lawyer. I will never recommend this flooring to anyone.


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