PS: I'd be careful here. ALthough it sounds 'too good to be true', there are drawbacks. If you 'bend' or ruin the aluminum snap-lock, you'll either get an uneven fit or an unusable piece of flooring. Also, the 'sound' of the flooring is a bit hollow, and it will 'give' under foot since it isn't secured to the floor itself. The good news is almost anyone can 'install' it (for lack of a better word.) And, if you want to 'move' it some place else, I guess you can.