Consumer Reviews of Virginia Mill Works wood floors

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14% of customers recommend
1.5 of 5 stars 14 reviews with a 1.5 average rating
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Name:
Location: steviejunc@yahoo.com
Model: Burnished Acacia

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Stay away!"
The boards were cut terribly. At least 2 boards in each box were damaged to the point where I could lift the polyurethane coating with my fingernail. I am being told by Lumber Liquidators that this is how it is beveled. Sending this garbage right back to them, what a joke. Do not order this product!


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Name:
Location: Perham, MN
Model: Tobacco Road Acacia

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Extremely disappointed."
We bought our flooring at lumber liquidators and that part of it was fine. I installed it myself according to the instructions for this flooring and stapled it down. I'm a contractor so I've installed many floors and this is by far the worst flooring I've put in. It is a very nice looking flooring, but now after having it in for 1 1/2 months, it squeaks so much when walking on it that its way past acceptable and it seems to get worse each day. I've tried graphite in the joints between boards with no satisfaction. I'm afraid I'll have to screw down going through the face of the board hoping to get rid of the noise. At close to $4/ sf this should be a much more acceptable and reliable product. Really disappointed in the product. Do not buy.


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Name:
Location: Decatur, Illinois
Model: Gunstock Engineered

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Worst Product Imaginable"
We made the mistake of shopping Lumber Liquidators for engineered hardwood flooring in early November, 2016 and selected the Gunstock engineered floor manufactured by Virginia Mill Works. We like the appearance of the samples provided and ordered 35 boxes to cover 885 sq. Ft. In our house. When Lumber Liquidators installers finally started the installation after a 3-week delay, we discovered an abnormally high amount of manufacturing defect in the flooring. Essentially, I had to have Lumber Liquidators bring in another 10 cases of the product just to get the job done. In summary, approximately 25% of the boards were defective in some manner and could not be used. The vast majority of the defects I would estimated 85%) were because of splits in the wood. Most of these splits were on the ends and it was obvious the splits were present when the flooring was stained and finished since stain could be seen inside the split. In one instance, a large split had been circled with a grease pencil (I presume at the factory during their abysmal inspection process) but was still packed into a box for shipment to a customer. The remainder of the problems with the flooring included open knots through which you could see the plywood substrate underneath, damaged finishes, significant discoloration in the finish or damaged corners. I personally had to go through each box (45 in all) twice and sort out the bad boards from the good boards. Since the floor has just been laid, it looks good now but I am truly worried about how well it will hold up in the future. If you are looking for expensive kindling for your fireplace or stove, I would highly recommend this junk; however, if you're looking for a quality engineered flooring product, run as fast as you can from Virginia Mills and Lumber Liquidators because this stuff isn't worth anything. I only wish I had done a better job of researching Virginia Mills engineered floors before I spent thousands of dollars on a truly inferior product. Clearly the next, I'll be working with a lumber yard for flooring.



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Name:
Location: Arizona
Model: Tobacco Road Acacia

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Horrible product!"
I also installed the Tobacco road acacia engineered hardwood from Lumber Liquidators (Virginia Millworks). It was beautiful when I first installed it two years ago, but now it's cracking and separating all over the place. Being that's it's glued down, it would be a nightmare to replace. Time for a class action lawsuit!


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Name:
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Model: Hand Scraped Tobacco Road Teak

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

Review:
"Great flooring at reasonable price"
We purchased this flooring to replace carpeting in our upstairs bedrooms and hallway, as well as the master bedroom and office downstairs. We installed the entire upstairs last year with great results (downstairs flooring is still in boxes waiting for a few free days!) I am only writing this review because I saw all the negative reviews and we have had just the opposite experience. Ours is 3/4" solid wood, which is all I would ever recommend for long term durability and not dealing with the possibility of nasty glues (do your research). I must say that this wood is beautiful and handles scratches as well as any oaks I have put down in the past. The fact that it varies quite a bit in colors helps with hiding scratches as well. I should note that we have two 50 lb dogs inside and it holds up to them fine. If there is anything I could complain about it would be that the teak is a bit more brittle than oak, so you can split it at times if you set your floor nailer air pressure too high, but that goes away if you adjust the air pressure. The longer boards will tend to have some warp at times, but you can work around that by "shoe horning" them in with a few tools, not a big deal. Not sure if the folks seeing buckling are using solid hardwood floors, but I have not found that to be a problem, but you do need to leave about 1/2" around the outside because wood will expand and contract. Overall, I am much more satisfied with the look of these floors than the Bruce Oak we got from Home Depot for another house. Can be pricy, but if you look for deals at lumber liquidators they can be found. Would purchase again in a heartbeat.


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Name:
Location: Dallas texas

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Nothing but problems"
This flooring is very poor quality and only few weeks after installation we have buckling and cracking. The buckling is so severe it can't be walked on and is hazardous. Lumber Liquidators is non responsive and has been stalling and even after jumping through the many hoops they require, they won't honor the warranty. It was also discontinued which was not disclosed when purchased, so we can't eve replace the numerous problem areas. Calls to customer care are pointless and met with stonewalling; they will not even put you on hold to speak with supervisors who are always "unavailable". Legal action is my only other option.


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Name:
Location: Prescott, AZ

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Do not buy this product!"
I have the same problem as the previous review: "Buckling, separating, cracks, and defects. The warranty is not accepted by manufacturer and the product is the worst I have ever seen.


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Name:
Location: clarence, ny
Model: Tobacco Road Engineered

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Buckling, separating, cracks, and defects."
Installed per manufacturer recommendations. Within the first six months after install, corners are buckling and separating from plywood base. Also many of the boards are developing cracks. 2 years in and the majority of boards have significant defects. By far the single worst product I have ever purchased. Avoid at all cost.



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Name:
Location: Franklin, WI

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Virginia Mills Handscraped Windsor Oak"
I was so excited when I had my floor laid. Ll had recommended a company who installed them. The boards sat in my house for at least 10 days to acclimate (it was in June - so temperature and humidity were starting to climb). Maybe two to three months after it was installed there was a huge gap that appeared, at least 1/4". I contacted my installer and he said let's see what happens when the humidity increases. It did get better - but as time goes on it is there most of the time and now there are more areas that are doing the same thing, where there are wide enough gaps to see the plywood below. In Wisconsin this past winter was very dry and I have heard many comments made that my house is too dry. I had contacted my installer several times and here I am hurrying up and waiting. I don't feel I have any recourse and am thoroughly disappointed and angry. Now what do I do?


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Name:
Location: oazrk, alabama
Model: Hickory Wood

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Hickory flooring uneven and hard to install"
My husband is at this time trying to install hickory wood flooring from Virginia mill works. This stuff ain't worth the money we paid for it. It's crooked and uneven. Hard as hell to install! I would not ever recommend this to any one!

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