BerryAlloc Laminate Flooring Review

BerryAlloc Laminate Flooring Review

By Fortino Rosas / November 11, 2019 / 6 Comments

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    Hardwood is pretty much the gold standard when it comes to flooring, so why isn’t it in your home? For most people, the cost of hardwoods – not to mention the damage that can occur just from daily use – is enough to scare them away from making this big purchase. Fortunately, there’s an affordable alternative to hardwoods: BerryAlloc laminate flooring.

    BerryAlloc laminate flooring looks similar to hardwood but is available at a lower cost. The manufacturer also claims that this flooring will hold up to almost anything – think heavy traffic, kids, and pets. But, of course, we can’t just take the manufacturer’s word for it.

    If you’re in the market for laminate flooring, read on to learn more about this brand. In this guide, we’ll explore the benefits and drawbacks of investing in BerryAlloc laminate. We’ll take a look at features including pricing, ease of installation, and care and maintenance.

    How Much Will I Pay For My New Flooring?

    Before we break down the specific cost of BerryAlloc laminate, let’s take a look at some common flooring costs. First, let’s look at the average cost of laminate.

    Of course, pricing varies based on the brand of flooring, the retailer you make your purchase from, and other factors. So, be aware that these are simply estimates and actual costs may vary. However, you should expect to pay around $1 to $5 per square foot for laminate flooring.

    When looking at BerryAlloc flooring specifically, pricing varies by factors including the style you purchase and where you buy your flooring. On average, though, the pricing is about $2 to $4 per square foot, putting this brand at about the average price range for laminate.

    Compared to solid hardwood flooring – which may cost over $10 per square foot – BerryAlloc laminate flooring is a very cost-effective alternative. But remember that additional factors should also influence your purchase decision. These include durability, care and maintenance, and other factors that we’ll discuss in this guide.

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    Is BerryAlloc Laminate Durable?

    We’ve determined that BerryAlloc flooring has budget-friendly pricing. Now, let’s evaluate the durability of this laminate flooring to determine if it’s just affordably priced … or if it’s cheap.

    Fortunately, BerryAlloc laminate is quite durable. All of its laminate floors are perfect for pets, children, and heavy traffic. You won’t have to worry about floors that are easily scratched or damaged, like you do with other bare flooring options.

    One big advantage of BerryAlloc laminate over other types of flooring, such as solid hardwoods, is that its laminate with HydroPlus technology is designed for use in bathrooms. Normally, laminate flooring can’t be placed in bathrooms due to moisture and humidity, but this flooring is specifically designed for use in bathrooms.

    You won’t have to worry about staining, warping, or damage from water, although the manufacturer does recommend following special installation instructions. Your BerryAlloc laminate flooring can also be installed over underfloor heating and cooling systems.

    Your laminate isn’t completely damage-proof, though. Dropping something heavy, for example, may cause chips or other damage. Fortunately, you can remove a single plank – even in the middle of your floor – to easily replace it instead of replacing the entire floor.

    Unlike other types of flooring, your BerryAlloc laminate will not shrink or fade when exposed to UV light. This is a common problem with laminates and even solid hardwoods, but it won’t be an issue with BerryAlloc products.

    To back up the durability of its products, a residential lifetime limited warranty is offered on all flooring products. This is certainly one of the best warranties in the industry and protects your investment for a lifetime.

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    How Do I Care For My New Floors?

    Care and maintenance for your BerryAlloc laminate flooring couldn’t be easier. The company even offers a variety of online resources to help you take care of your new floors.

    To keep your floors looking their best, use doormats at all doors to prevent tracking of dirt, sand, and debris. If your floors do get dirty, a vacuum cleaner designed for laminate floors will get the mess up. For additional laminate cleaning power, you can use a damp mop, but you should never oversaturate your floors.

    You can use BerryAlloc cleaning products to keep your floors looking their best. Avoid the use of harsh cleaners, waxes, and pastes that can leave a film on your floors. You should also avoid the use of steam mops on most floors, although you can clean some BerryAlloc styles with steam.

    Avoid damaging your floors by never sliding heavy furniture across its surface. You can use felt protectors and leg covers on furniture to prevent damage. As we mentioned before, you can easily remove a damaged plank without pulling up the entire floor.

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    Can I Install This Flooring Myself?

    Another great benefit of this flooring is that you don’t have to pay a professional to install it. If you have a few tools and some extra time on your hands, you can install your BerryAlloc laminate flooring.

    In fact, the company makes it quite easy by providing installation manuals, videos, and other resources online for all of its products. The instructions are very detailed, outlining exactly what you need to do before, during, and after installation.

    While installing your floors isn’t difficult, the job can be time-consuming. If you don’t have the time to put in the work, consider hiring a professional installer. However, if you have the desire to install your floors yourself, you can save hundreds (or thousands) on installation costs.

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    What Colors & Styles Are Available?

    You want your new floors to complement your home or commercial space, and luckily, BerryAlloc has a lot of collections to choose from. No matter what style or color best suits you, there’s something for everyone.

    Some of the collections available include the Ocean and Ocean V4, which are water-resistant and available in both wood and stone designs. The Chateau collection features a herringbone design to elevate your look. The Glorious Luxe features extra long planks with a natural look.

    Other collections include the beveled Impulse V2 and Impulse V4 lines, the trendy Smart 8 line, and the Eternity line, which is great for kitchens, bathrooms, and commercial applications. All of the flooring looks and feels like real wood or stone at a fraction of the cost. You’ll also have a wide range of colors to choose from to perfectly finish your home or office.

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    Final Verdict

    If you’re looking for a durable yet affordable laminate option, you can’t go wrong with BerryAlloc flooring products. Unlike other brands, there aren’t a lot of customer complaints and there really aren’t any negative aspects of this flooring.

    When you choose BerryAlloc laminate, you’ll get high-quality flooring at a budget-friendly price. While it isn’t completely indestructible, this laminate flooring is ideal for homes with kids and pets. You can even use some products in bathrooms and kitchens – a big no-no with other type of laminate flooring. Your purchase also comes with a limited lifetime warranty.

    You’ll have a variety of stylish colors to choose from, and many styles are available – even styles that mimic the look of expensive stone. Installation is simple and you can do it yourself to save money, while care and maintenance is much easier than other bare flooring types like hardwoods.

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    About Fortino Rosas

    Chief Floor Critic, 32 years of experience in flooring installation and sales

    Fortino Rosas is an independent flooring contractor with 32 years of experience in residential and commercial flooring installation and sales. He joined the Floor Critics team to share his expertise with our readers. Fortino has acquired vast knowledge and skills in the areas of product selection, space planning, and installation. He has installed flooring in residential, government, and commercial office projects in the Midwest. Visit Website.

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    6 thoughts on “BerryAlloc Laminate Flooring Review”

    1. Would not recommend the chateau herringbone product, click system doesn’t stay in place and can easily be felt underfoot. Water spillage has also damaged the floor, even though I cleaned it up immediately. Wish I had aid a little more for a better product.

    2. Great article! With the cost of hardwood and the concerns of maintenance and repairs, BerryAlloc seems like an awesome alternative without some of the downsides of cheaper laminate flooring. The comments from others about their lack of customer service is a little concerning, but I’ll have to check them out for myself. Thanks for the useful information!

    3. Boguslaw Bielatko

      Dear friends, last few weeks we had looking for new flooring and ours first choice was Barry Alloc. But not for long time, I never before seen such unprofessional and rude customers service. To be honest it wasn’t service at all. I visited showroom in Brussels/ this factory is located in Belgium/ dark small rooms selling all for renovations with a few samples of flooring. I contacted main office in Belgium asking for any advice where can I take a look at the products. No answer till now. But when I asked a seller of many flooring, immediately I was told…. never Barry Alloc due terrible quality. So I am a proud owner of Quick Stepp flooring and happy not to buy BerryAlloc .

    4. We are experiencing loss of color on any area that gets a spill, At first they were just white sots. We now had a larger spill of an adult beverage and we now have a 2 foot white spot. This floor is about 6 years old. What would you do ?

    5. So warm review. Laminate without drawbacks… Actually the situation is not so good. I bought such laminate and have got raised planks’ corners after some flooding. 0.5-1 mm, not so much, but these are sharp 90 degrees corners. And what is most unpleasant – no support from the company, my messages are ignored. I understand it’s a question whether guarantee should cover this. But anyway, some answer is expected. None. Only answer in Facebook “we try to be as responsive as possible” which is apparently lie.

      Search for user reviews outside of theirs site – almost none.

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