I Need Trafficmaster Flooring

I am looking for Trafficmaster is something I hear on this flooring website hundreds of times each week. Trafficmaster Allure Review and Picture It seems that Home Depot regularly closes our their various types of Trafficmaster and bring in other colors.

The problem with Home Depot switching what they carry is when people start a floor and then aren’t able to finish it immediately. When they get close to finish it they notice they didn’t get enough boxes of Trafficmaster from the store.

The happy installer heads back to Home Depot to pick up a few boxes to complete their floor installation. When they arrive at the store they are smacked with the reality they can’t get the color of flooring that they have already installed 90%!! Well, Home Depot says to call around to other stores, but they have no luck. They are sold out everywhere!

What do you do? Well post what you need below. If you have some leftovers let people know what sku, and color of Home Depot Trafficmaster you have.

We can help each other find the Trafficmaster flooring type you need. Check the links above and below for other ways to get the Trafficmaster laminate flooring you need.

Trafficmaster Allure Resilient Flooring Review

I installed Trafficmaster Allure a week ago in my master bedroom of my third-floor condo (over concrete). Right away you smell a chemical-type odor, which I assumed was just from the adhesive — thinking it would go away after installation. Even with the windows open, in relatively low humidity and 70 degree temperatures, the odor is pretty nauseating that I’ve been unable to sleep in my room as of yet, and I hate even going in there quickly to get something — that’s how awful the odor is. If it doesn’t go away soon, I’m going to have to pull it out, throw the $450 I paid for it down the drain, and just install carpet.

It does look good, and it was simple to install the pieces that didn’t require cutting; the other pieces were extremely tough to cut around door jambs, etc, using only a utility knife. If I would have known just how tough, I would have bought a tin-snipping tool or some other scissor-type tool for harder materials. I really hope the bad smell goes away!!!”

I would recommend some of the links above and on the side for other flooring types.
Trafficmaster Allure, Oak  Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring Review.

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