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Hardwood Flooring $1.99 per Square Foot at Home Depot

brisar 116,465 March 18, 2014 at 03:47 AM in Home & Home Improvement More Home Depot Deals
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Last Edited by BostonGirl March 18, 2014 at 07:49 AM
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#2
Note: these are NOT solid hardwood - they're a "High Density Fiberboard" engineered wood product (product page [homedepot.com]). The top layer might be real wood; I can't find that info in the description. But this is basically laminate flooring - can you please change the title accordingly?
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Quote from anewhouse View Post :
Note: these are NOT solid hardwood - they're a "High Density Fiberboard" engineered wood product (product page [homedepot.com]). The top layer might be real wood; I can't find that info in the description. But this is basically laminate flooring - can you please change the title accordingly?
Thanks for research. Another misleading product. damn HD! Stick Out Tongue
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interesting. Anyone have this brand/type? Curious about how "plasticky" or not it looks and durability
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#5
These are wood on top, HDF underneath. Very different from laminate.

This type of product is meant for a "floating" floor, usually on top of a concrete slab. In fact, it's recommended in such a situation over a solid hardwood. Solid hardwood can't handle the temp changes that occur on a slab, and will often buckle.
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+1 to addyo1. Definitely not a laminate floor. Engineered flooring like this can actually be pretty nice and you would never know its engineered and not solid. A couple benefits is that is more dimensionally stable and you can use it below grade.

I can't find the veneer thickness on this product, but I am guessing its pretty thing, so you may only be able to refinish it once (if that). The floor should still last a good long time (assuming the substrate is well made).
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Seems like a good deal on engineer hardwood flooring. The top layer looks a little thin in the picture even for 3/8" planks. The 1/2" ones usually have a thicker top layer of hardword, which will allow you to refinish over the years.
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OP is Right that this is different than laminate, but most people here would read the title and think this is real hardwood. This is NOT Even close. These prices are a little better than Costco but nowhere near a Slickdeal. Thanks anyway - Repped for effort.
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Its crap. Unless you like tap dancing, you won't like this.
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#10
Seems like a decent deal. I was just looking at Lumber Liquidators last week and they had a cherry engineered for $1.39 on closeout. It was 12mm and not sure what this one is, also it could be floating or glue down. It's definitely better than laminate but not as good as solid hardwood. For durability sake I'm thinking of going with the tile that looks like hardwood, it runs about 2.50 a sq ft but for Florida I think it's the best bet.
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No reviews available on site, looks like engineered hardwood of the entry-level variety (not very textured and looks quite... veneer-y?). If you like this specific wood I'd make the trip to HD, but wouldn't recommend trying to get a slick deal on flooring you could be looking at for a decade or more. Just my 2c. Still TU'ing.
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Please experts, chime in! I really want to replace the el cheapo tiles with wood in my house but I am a certified idiot when it comes to flooring. Basically I feel wood or wood like flooring will add more warmth and naturalness to the house. BTW, I live in a prefab house that was built in like a week.
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I was interested till i clicked the site to find it was engineered hardwood.. no thanks
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Quote from daddyo1 View Post :
These are wood on top, HDF underneath. Very different from laminate.
Quote from twopecker View Post :
+1 to addyo1. Definitely not a laminate floor.
OK, if it's not "laminate", it's definitely click-together planks of laminated wood veneer + engineered wood product. Either way, I would NOT call it "hardwood flooring" - that (to me?) implies solid hardwood.


Quote from Mswol767 View Post :
I was interested till i clicked the site to find it was engineered hardwood.. no thanks
Exactly - can the title please be changed to more accurately describe the product?
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Quote from Saurieng View Post :
Please experts, chime in! I really want to replace the el cheapo tiles with wood in my house but I am a certified idiot when it comes to flooring. Basically I feel wood or wood like flooring will add more warmth and naturalness to the house. BTW, I live in a prefab house that was built in like a week.

I'm doing Vinyl Wood Plank flooring in my home, easy to lay down, cutting with a utility knife, adhesive on the planks, no need for under lament just a clean place to lay it down, it could go right over your tile.

Looks good too.
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