The planks look amazing and felt substantial. One detractor, however, is that its backing didn’t seem as cushy as some of the others. The store associate also said I needed an additional underlayment—no biggie, but adds to the cost calculations.
They felt very flimsy and I worried about how comfy they’d be on our concrete subfloor. The associate also said they wouldn’t be great for surfaces with any imperfections. Bummer.
The colors looked lovely online, and the reviews were great. The cost was excellent, too. However they were flimsy like the Mohawk and I worried about using them in our basement
I loved the colors Coastal Oak, Crystal Oak, and Quiet Oak online. They were also all beautiful in the stores, and this line has a much wider selection of colors. But like some of the others, I thought they were too flimsy for my needs.
One drawback of these floors is that they have no preattached padding, which you can buy separately if you want. You also have to buy a moisture barrier, which is required.