What Do Reviews Say About TrafficMaster Allure Flooring?

TrafficMaster Allure Oak Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring has an average user rating of 4.4 out of five on HomeDepot.com, as of January 2016. Customer reviews praise the flooring for being easy to install and offering a resilient surface without the need for adhesive. One reviewer complains that the corners wouldn't stick down, so the flooring had to be replaced.

TrafficMaster Allure Ultra Vintage Oak Cinnamon flooring has two five-star user reviews and a single one-star review on ConsumerReports.org. The five-star reviews say the click lock system is easy to install and the flooring is waterproof and easy to clean. The one-star review says the flooring's seams came apart after two days and warped under sunlight.

TrafficMaster Allure flooring is designed to sit on a plywood or OSB subfloor, but it also works on top of tile, linoleum and terrazzo. Seal concrete with a waterproof membrane before installing TrafficMaster Allure on top of it. Dry fit the first courses of flooring before adhering the boards to ensure the stagger length is correct. Use a utility knife and a straight edge to cut the planks to fit the room, and use tin snips or shears to cut out sections of planks so they fit around irregular objects.