The vendors description is fairly accurate. I purchased 450+ sq ft for a shop floor. Most of the board were 1-2 feet. I think there was one long board in each bundle. If you are going to use this wood you need to plan, you can't just open a bundle and start nailing. The first thing you need to do is sort all the boards by size and sub sort by flaws. Then you need to pick the right boards for the right spot so that the damage isn't a problem, like a bad grove goes against the wall and big knots will end up under something. You will have to sand to get rid of the marks left by the inspectors but I then used the sawdust like grout between cracks. With all the short boards you can pick the right length to end a row and may not even have to cut. Some of the flaws were odd grain patterns which I actually thought looked to nice for a floor but I made sure they ended up in a spot to be seen. If you want a floor where you can slide across it in socks this isn't the product for you. In the end I am happy with the product but you should plan on spending at least twice the amount of time to lay the floor than it would take with perfect wood.
Twice as many short pieces. Some only 8 inches long. Going to make it a tough lay!
I am very impressed with the quality and realism of the Mohawk LVP. It looks like real wood and is very substantial in thickness.
Bona is an excellent cleaning product for my Luxury Vinyl Floor.
Overall not bad, I’ve used about half of the 680 sq ft that I ordered. Definitely some unusable stock.I would note that the shipping process is less than desirable.