Tranquility  1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring
  • 30 sq. ft. per box
  • SKU: 10024499
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1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring- 4" W x 36" L Peel and Stick Plank- 50 Year Warranty

Highlights:
- Just peel and stick! Pre-cut in plank sizes, it combines beauty with ease of installation. 
- Produced with recycled raw material to make it a beautiful environment friendly flooring. 
- Backed with a 50 Year Warranty

Quick Installation Tip: Subfloor surface must be clean, smooth, and level. Not recommended for installation over radiant heat.

Resilient flooring is moisture resistant which makes it an excellent choice for high moisture areas such as bathrooms, laundry rooms, kitchens, and basements. But it will also enhance the look and feel of bedrooms, living rooms, and any other areas of your home.
 

We caught up with real Lumber Liquidators' customers who volunteered to discuss their floor shopping, buying and installation experiences. In no way did these customers receive compensation for their kind words. (They're speaking straight from the heart.)

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Specs

Brand: Tranquility

FLOORING SKU: 10024499

SAMPLE SKU: 10024502

Limited Warranty: 50 years

Trade Name: N/A

Marketing Name: N/A

Janka Rating: N/A

AC Rating: N/A

Grade: -

Color Shade: Dark

Width: 4"

Thickness: 1.5 mm

Construction: resilient vinyl

Installation Type: Peel and Stick

Sq. Ft. Per Box: 30

Hardness Rating: N/A

Waste: 5%

Weight per box/unit: 19.50

Installation Details: Installation Guide.pdf

Installation
Reviews
Displaying reviews 1-10 of 110

7/17/2015

Inexpensive but looks great!

By Ryan

from Gilbert, AZ

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Comments about Tranquility  1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring: I installed this flooring in the room where my cat-box and backyard entry are located. Both potential sources of moisture. Vinyl plank was a better and more cost-effective choice than laminate. I applied a primer/adhesive promoter over the concrete slab before applying the peel-and-stick product. I took my time to make sure the seams were tight and straight. The product cuts easily with a sharp utility knife so moldings and doorways were no problem. The result is a great looking floor at a remarkably low price.

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

6/21/2015

great budget floor material

By mikeg

from Sacramento, CA

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Comments about Tranquility  1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring: Looks great considering that it is a very low cost product.

About 5% of the purchased product was slightly damaged. Damage appeared to be caused the
by the band used to secure the product on shipping pallets. We will use this product again if we get
credit for the damaged tiles.

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

5/30/2015

Flooring is great

By wen

from Vacaville

About Me:

Pros: Budget-friendly flooring., Looks like hardwood.

Cons:

Best Uses:

Comments about Tranquility  1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring: So far so good. It's been about one month and I'm liking the flooring. Seems to be holding up pretty well. Everything is sticking. A few pieces popped up when they planks were first laid and I just applied cement glue to those pieces and that did the trick. Last night I spilled some wall paper removal gel unto the floor and the floor held up okay. Overall, very satisfied.

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

3/22/2015

SO many compliments

By Mama of 5

from Arizona

About Me:

Pros: Budget-friendly flooring., Looks like hardwood.

Cons:

Best Uses:

Comments about Tranquility  1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring: We picked this flooring for the price, but it looks beautiful once it's all down. We have had so many compliments and will be finishing our house with this. It is really easy to clean and we've even been able to get permanent marker off of it without damaging the flooring. Get it! you'll love it!

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

2/7/2015

looks great trouble with self adhesive

By stretch

from arizona

About Me:

Pros: Easy To Install, Great price, Very good looking

Cons: Adhesive Was Very Poor

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Comments about Tranquility  1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring: this floor was really easy to work with however the self adhesive failed.We had to glue it down .It really is a pretty floor. I hope they can improve the self adhesive in the future.

Bottom Line: , I would recommend this to a friend

1/17/2015

So much nicer than actual laminate!

By mmwriyadh

from IL

About Me:

Pros: Easy To Install, Great price, Very good looking

Cons: Adhesive Was Very Poor

Best Uses:

Comments about Tranquility  1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring: Love this stuff. We put it down throughout a basement and people always think it's actual hardwood or laminate hardwood. It's actually better looking than the hardwood laminate we installed upstairs.

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

1/13/2015

Love it!

By CottonCandiCane

from Forney, TX

About Me:

Pros: BEAUTIFUL, Easy to cut, Easy To Install, Great price, Great price for money, Looks like real wood, Sticks good

Cons: Peel Off Back Tears Somet, Will Scuff

Best Uses: Anywhere

Comments about Tranquility  1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring: We used this product in our family, kitchen, nook and dining rooms. Hallway as well.
We laid it on top of cement. We took up carpet/padding/tack strips/filled holes/scraped/ swept/degreased floor/clean water then wiped it down with towels and let it dry for 30 min.
We then started laying the vinyl and everything stuck really well to the cement. Wish the width was a little more on the pieces but it looks gorgeous. I was really easy. It is very time consuming but the more we did it the faster we got.
Small complaint: the paper on the back that peels off gets stuck sometimes and that is a little irritating. I did find that if you can stand the tempature a little higher like 70°-75° then the backing comes off a little easier.
** Helpful hint on cement
Let the vinyl sit a few hours with the prepped floor the same temp @ 75°. Keep it that temp the whole laying time. Then once finished make it cooler in the room and you will have a tight fit!!

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

1/12/2015

nice look for a great price

By wayhoff

from Newark, Ohio

About Me:

Pros: BEAUTIFUL, Easy to cut, Easy To Install, Great price, Great price for money, Looks like real wood, Sticks good

Cons: Peel Off Back Tears Somet, Will Scuff

Best Uses: Anywhere

Comments about Tranquility  1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring: The tiles were easy to put down. The glue made my hands sticky, but WD40 was able to get it off.

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

1/7/2015

Easy and good looking

By Grandpa Rich

from Kyle, Texas

About Me:

Pros: Easy Looks Good, Easy To Install, Looks good

Cons: Backing Rips While Removi, Glue is messy

Best Uses: Kids Rooms, Mobile Homes, Wet Areas

Comments about Tranquility  1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring: I am prepping a double-wide house for resale. This product is a great value. It is low priced, looks great and I installed it myself. I have installed other peel & stick flooring, but this is the best looking floor of that type I have used. Most people cannot tell if it is laminate or vinyl. I had a couple boxes where the glue was applied to the sides of the planks which made handling the pieces very frustrating and I had to clean the glop off of each piece. But the other 21 boxes were fine. Like others, I spent more time removing the backing paper than putting the floor down !!

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

1/6/2015

I love the way it looks

By Booklady2228

from Lafayette, NJ

About Me:

Pros: Looks great

Cons: Doesn't stick very well

Best Uses: Used On My Kitchen Walls

Comments about Tranquility  1.5mm North Perry Pine Resilient Vinyl Flooring: I used this item on my kitchen walls, under my cabinets. Product has adhesive on the back but it is not strong enough to stay stuck on the walls. Had to use GOOP on each panel to make it stick without falling off a few hours after applying to the walls.

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Questions & Answers
Q: We just installed this in a man cave over properly prepared concrete. Looks great, went down easily but now there is glue residue all over the top of the floor. What should we use to clean this off?
Asked on 8/16/2015 by Stacy from Huntsville, AL

A: Mineral Spirits (used sparingly) with plenty of clean soft rags will remove the adhesive.
Thank you for your inquiry.

Answered on 8/18/2015 by cc-2

Q: When installing this product in a manufactured home does the peel and stick adhesive adhere well to the wood sub floor?
Asked on 8/11/2015 by ANTHONY from United States

A: Per our instructions: For rough or uneven wood subfloors use 1/4"-3/8" luan underlayment.
You can find complete installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the installation tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.
Thank you for writing in.

Answered on 8/12/2015 by cc-2

Q: Can you put the vinyl peel and stick over ceramic tile?
Asked on 8/5/2015 by Carrie from Kent Island, MD

A: Terrazzo or Ceramic Subfloors:
• Old terrazzo or ceramic flooring subfloors shall be treated in the same manner as a concrete subfloor, with additional precautions. Surface coating or sealers must be completely removed by light sanding or other suitable effective methods and shall be filled or flat to a smooth surface with latex Portland cement-based patching compound.
• If these are to be used as a subfloor these must be checked for moisture and bond tests conducted.
• Remove all sealer, varnish, wax, oils and soil to prevent bond interference.
• Make surfaces level and smooth using a latex Portland cement-based patching compound

Answered on 8/5/2015 by Tech & Install

Q: can this product be used on stairs?
Asked on 7/24/2015 by ron from cranston ri

A: Unfortunately not recommended for stairs.
Thank you for your inquiry.

Answered on 7/28/2015 by cc-2

Q: Looking for ceiling covering to overlay on existing ceiling panels on a older manf. home. I see ques. below about using it vertically on walls... not recommended. So I will assume that you cannot suggest installation on ceiling will work.... why not? gravity will eventually pulled planks down?
Asked on 7/19/2015 by general contractor repurpose from Big River, CA

A: True, the adhesive is designed for floors so I would not trust it to hold on a wall or ceiling permanent. See; Wall and Ceilings- http://www.lumberliquidators.com/brands/brands.jsp?brandName=WallsCeilings

Answered on 7/20/2015 by Tech & Install

Q: Hi! Can this peel and stick product be used on top of sheetrock or wood paneling (such as the paneling used for walls)? I would like to install this in my mudroom on the WALLS!!! Is this recommended or ok? THANK YOU!
Asked on 7/8/2015 by Sarah & Travis DIY from Apple Valley, MN

A: Unfortunately not, it will not stay on a vertical surface.
Thank you for your inquiry.

Answered on 7/9/2015 by cc-2

Q: Would these floors work on top of unfinished hardwood? Had carpet on top of original house hardwood (refinishing isn't an option)and looking to upgrade the look in my living room.
Asked on 6/30/2015 by chan90

A: Unfortunately may not adhere well to your surface.
You can find complete installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the installation tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.
Thank you for writing in.

Answered on 7/10/2015 by cc-2

Q: I have installed this flooring last night throughout my house. Looks great. Only one problem tho, my floor is sticky from the glue. I have tried lightly scrubbing it to get the glue off, which it goes after a while of scrubbing. What can i use that will not damage the planks, that I can get this glue off easier and faster?
Asked on 6/27/2015 by Michael from Glenvar, VA

A: Mineral spirits will get it off (Use sparingly).
Thanks for writing in.

Answered on 7/9/2015 by cc-2

Q: the vinyl flooring is actually going to be used for a counter top. can this stick to a wood base or is wonder board recommended. Will I need additional adhesive due to temp. changes? This is going into vacation house in Az. Hot!
Asked on 5/27/2015 by marley

A: This would be considered an experimental installation. It may work if you use in conjunction with LVT Lock adhesive.

Answered on 5/27/2015 by Tech & Install

Q: What can you use to get the glue off??
Asked on 5/26/2015 by Jen from NM

A: Please contact install@lumberliquidators.com

Answered on 5/27/2015 by Tech & Install

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