COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO -- Worst flooring in flooring history. Never will I install this flooring. You couldn't pay me enough for the hassle it gave me and a good customer of mine, that's no longer a customer of mine because of this flooring. The good, it's fairly hard to scratch, yet it can be scratched just like any flooring. THE BAD, edges break when tapped together when installing (had to tape the first four rows together to start.).
It buckles, moves, shifts, makes noise, warps, crashes upon itself at edges and at the seams, floating or if you glue it or nail it which surface source don't recommend glueing or nailing. It moves so much you want to glue it or nail it down. Takes on moisture and heat and cold like you wouldn't believe. They just change the name of it to fool the consumer (Because they know it's garbage!). Lowe's loves it because it's the cheapest flooring ever and they sell a ton of it. Been doing construction for over 38 years and I wouldn't put this flooring in a doghouse as another consumer had said (good one) "take this review as serious as a newborn child."
MASSACHUSETTS -- Worst flooring in flooring history. Buckles, lifts during expansion and stays lifted and buckled no matter what temp or moisture. Doesn't stay locked together, slippery with socks on, edges chip when tapped together lightly during install. Glue it or nail it down because it moves over floating foam padding. Don't use it in a basement, don't use it on stairs, just don't use it AT ALL!!! Lifted and buckled under a skylight, near kitchen sink and front door and in the middle of living room... Gave plenty of expansion room and still lifted. Blame the product not the installer.