Trafficmaster Allure Commercial Diamond Plate Graphite Vinyl Flooring

Trafficmaster Allure Commercial Diamond Plate Graphite Vinyl Flooring

Choose from a variety of colors and textures designed for both commercial and residential use. Lay allure directly over your old flooring. Virtually no surface preparation is needed. With Trafficmaster’s patented GripStrip process you just lay the allure tiles down and secure them together easily with no messy adhesive required.

The planks stick to each other, not to your floor, and they were designed for easy handling. Durable, waterproof, ice, heat, and road salt resistant allure Commercial can be used in most rooms, including garages, basements, restaurants, offices, and studios.

Trafficmaster Allure Commercial Diamond Plate Graphite Vinyl Flooring details:

  • Diamond Plate Graphite Pattern
  • Super durable and completely waterproof
  • Unique interlocking-edge design for simple installation
  • Ice, heat, and road salt resistant

Find Discontinued Trafficmaster Laminate Flooring

Trafficmaster laminate flooring is a budget flooring made by Shaw Industries for distribution exclusively through the Home Depot. Trafficmaster Laminate Flooring PictureTrafficmaster laminate flooring is inexpensive and recommended for those that want to try their hand at flooring a room the easy way. Trafficmaster laminate flooring is designed for residential and light commercial use. Trafficmaster laminates carry a 25 year limited warranty against staining, fading and surface wear.

Trafficmaster owners seem to be pretty satisfied with the look, durability and how easy it is to install. This flooring looks good and looks pretty similar to a real hardwood floor.  It is easy to clean and doesn’t easily dent and scratch.

 

Looking for Trafficmaster laminate flooring? Take a look at the links above and on the side for great deals on Trafficmaster and for the hard to find discontinued Trafficmaster.

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.

I like it, what do you think?  Want to find laminate flooring?  Check the links  for great deals and reviews on laminate flooring.