Customer Transformations: December 12 – 16

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Welcome back to another round of customer transformations! We hope your Monday starts and ends fabulously – we know ours will because we get the opportunity to drool over all your stunning and amazing flooring renovations. It just goes to show how different each project truly is. When you install flooring by Lumber Liquidators, you’re installing a unique piece of character – something that only your home has. We hope the rest of your week is great, and we look forward to seeing more of your incredible remodeling pictures. Want to be featured on our blog? Visit our Before & After site. While we can’t feature every submission we receive, we promise that we look at them all. Happy reading!

Tammy Dunbar – Mount Joy, PA

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Don’t take on a massive flooring project on your own. Have Lumber Liquidators help! Just ask Tammy. She used our contractors to lay down our Coreluxe Beach Cottage Oak Engineered Vinyl Plank flooring in the dining room, and the process was a breeze! Our EVP flooring is a new vinyl platform that combines the durability and water resistance of vinyl with an innovative new substrate plank technology. Its no-fuss maintenance might just as attractive as its high-definition design, which features a natural wood look and distinctive markings. A urethane top coat provides exceptional scratch resistance, stain resistance, and dent resistance for high-traffic areas, which is a must for growing families and homes with pets. And because it’s waterproof, it’s an optimal choice for any room. “Floor seems very durable,” Tammy wrote. “I think it will hold up very well.”

We think so too, Tammy; thanks for choosing us!

Melissa Haas – Enumclaw, WA

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Melissa went the whole nine yards when she installed our Clover Lea Plantation New England White Pine Natural Unfinished Solid flooring in her loft apartment and sanded, distressed, stained, and sealed it. If you’re looking for a floor that will bring a warm and relaxing feeling to your home, you don’t need to look far. Our New England White Pine has a great natural character that features rustic knot patterns and goldish-amber tones. And because it’s an unfinished pine milled with tongue and grooves on the long sides, it maximizes the use of almost every board. If desired, the boards can even be face nailed. However, please note that pine is subject to different grading standards than oak or maple. Large knots are allowable. As seen, our pine can perfectly adapt to any home decor. We admit, Melissa’s apartment is stunning. “Turned out perfect for our loft apartment,” Melissa wrote. “Couldn’t be happier with the outcome.”

We’re so happy to hear that, Melissa; amazing result!

Leah Ritter – Frankfort, KY

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Replacing the vinyl in the kitchen with our Bellawood Natural Red Oak Prefinished Solid Hardwood flooring allowed Leah to extend the beauty of her existing 60-year-old hardwood floors into her kitchen renovation. All we can say is how much we love it! Red Oak is America’s most popular choice for wood floors and serves as an industry benchmark for its durability. It features a reddish tan color and has a distinctive glow that creates an inviting atmosphere in rooms near and far. Better yet, changes due to sunlight exposure are minimal with Red Oak, ensuring a bright and beautiful floor for years to come. And it’s proudly made in the U.S. – what is better than that? The best part is that by having the same flooring throughout Leah’s main floor makes the space look larger. The floor’s warmth also beautifully complements the white cabinets. When you choose Bellawood, you’re choosing a better floor. We’re sure Leah can agree with that.

We love what you’ve done with the place, Leah; stunning!

Clayton Halford – Friona, TX

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Want the look and performance of natural wood, but don’t want to take out a second mortgage on your home to get it? Try Lumber Liquidators’ Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring! Still not sure? Check out what Clayton was able to accomplish by installing our Tranquility Rustic Acacia Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring in his kitchen. We took a double-take the first time we saw it! Incredible! Our Rustic Acacia features a distressed wood design that gives even real hardwood a run for its money. With light and dark brown hues and etches knots and swirls, our flooring gives a beautiful contrast to the pure white cabinets and stone facade on the island. And if you’re worried about installation, don’t be. Our Rustic Acacia comes with easy-click technology, meaning the planks simply snap in place. The real beauty is that you can even uninstall this flooring and take it with you if you ever relocate. “We love it,” Clayton wrote.

We might love it more than you, Clayton; it took our breath away!  

Bryan and Marissa Lindic – Massillon, OH

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When buying a home, it’s important not to get overwhelmed with updates. If you take one thing at a time, then everything will fall into place sooner or later. When Bryan and Marissa bought a new home, this is exactly what they did. They installed our Dream Home Weather Beaten Country Oak laminate flooring in the kitchen. And it’s different than what they inherited. Our Weather Beaten Country Oak uses a printed design to replicate the look of hardwood, including realistic wood character marks, such as knots and grain patterns. Additionally, our Infinite Repeat Technology enhances the realism by reducing the number of repeated patterns found on the floor planks. Unlike more laminates that have a repeating character mark every nine planks, our flooring only has repeating character marks every nine planks. On top of that, it comes with our easy-click technology and only requires your hands to install. For a more natural look, make sure to mix the planks well when installing.

Great work, Bryan and Melissa; we love it!

Thanks to everyone who shared his or her success story with us last week; we always enjoy seeing the transformations in each home. Be sure to check out our Before & After gallery for more inspiration!

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