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Average rating for Vinyl Tile
(4.2 / 5)
3,405 Reviews
  1. 4 years ago
    GREAT!!!!
    We had this tile installed in our family room in the basement, full bath (lots of use), and our laundry and work area. I was pleasantly surprised to find Home Depot is still handling this tile after 12 years!! That's right, 12 years!! We now have a small area in a dark, forgotten corner of our basement and want to finish it. Yup!!! Home Depot is still carrying it and I can say there is no sign of wear and tear or anything else after 12 years. The original installer was a builder and they skim ... read more coated the floor with additional glue when it was installed so I don't know if that helped, I am assuming it did. Not even one little corner is raised and I did have water in my basement on one occassion! Love it!!
  2. 9 years ago
    One of the Best
    This tile is a snap to install and holds up well under extremely heavy traffic conditions. Little or no maintenance other than damp mopping as needed. Looks like a much more expensive floor. I highly recommend it for kids, dogs and messy husband areas.
  3. 3 years ago
    Modern look
    In upgrading my older home to give it a modern look, decided to remove carpet completely which means taking off the tack strip. Timely and difficult work. Then, prepping the floor was another time-consuming task -- scraping old paint, cleaning and vacuuming took quite a bit of time. The overall condition of the concrete was in surprisingly good shape; so I did not prime the floor and just peeled and carefully lined up the tiles. The result was quite attractive and modern-looking, even the closet looks sharp.
  1. 3 years ago
    Realistic "tile look" from a vinyl product
    We installed this vinyl plank flooring over an existing old vinyl sheet flooring in our kitchen. So far we have been very pleased. It looks like tile but is softer underfoot and the color is great in that it doesn't show the dirt in our high traffic areas. The pattern is one of the most realistic we have seen for imitating the look of tile in a very reasonably priced vinyl. The four different strips that came in the numerous boxes we ordered allowed us to create a very natural look without an ... read more obvious repeating pattern (a look we preferred) We had very little waste. If you have a square or rectangular floor, the installation should be a breeze as long as you follow the instructions precisely. We had a lot of "bump outs" and fitting into closets, a hall and adjoining powder room, so it was a little more difficult. In some places, because of all the custom fitting we needed to do, we ended up with some small gaps between the tiles. This hasn't interfered with the performance of the floor as of yet and is barely noticeable. Of course, now that we've done it once, we know what we would need to do to prevent gaps if we were to do it again but it's hard to explain in a few words. Simply put, it's best to start in a corner along a straight wall if possible.
  2. 5 years ago
    Love them
    we put these tiles in our home 3 years ago,(but in a different color , that they offered at the time) in our kitchen and hallway... and still today they look brand new like i just did the floor... it is a floating floor, and we have had no problems at all...we did the brick pattern which is how they should be done to enforce them together...the only tool we need is a razor blade to cut the extra tile off at the end...very easy to do in just an hour or so depending on how much flooring your ... read more putting in..we our about to redo our bathroom and we're planning on using this flooring again... highly worth it!!!!
  3. 4 years ago
    Good looking product!
    I installed this Allure over my bare concrete basement floor. The product was very easy to install. I started out as you would with any tile installation, but no need for thinset or grout. Product lays great and looks even better. Product is quiet to walk on. I went ahead and put heat to the seams after laying the planks. I don't think the joints will ever come apart without some effort.
  1. 3 years ago
    Looks and feels great
    Peel and stick tiles have come a long way! These look great, are easy to install, stay where you put them and feel great under your feet. Home Depot doesn't stock them but ordering online is easy and 7cases of tiles were delivered to my door in 3 days and shipping was free, but I don't think my UPS carrier like me very much any more : )
  2. 1 year ago
    So happy
    I have zero experience laying tile or a floor but after reading reviews here, online blogs and watching Youtube videos I decided to try it with the TrafficMaster grout-able flooring. I was nervous since I couldn't see a sample in store but I took a risk and ordered 4 boxes and I'm glad I did. The color was what I was hoping for and the ease of laying the tile surprised me. I also grouted for the first time and that went well too. I did my kitchen floor and have a little left over that I plan to ... read more use in my bathroom. I would highly recommend this product. People who have seen it are amazed that it is "peel and stick" and not ceramic.
  3. 5 months ago
    Great product
    I laid this tile over a linoleum bathroom floor. We put laminate in the room that butts up to the bathroom and there was no way I could put ceramic tile with backer board since it would have been higher than the laminate. I wanted an even transition between bathroom and laminate. It was very easy to install and I did prep the floor before laying down the tiles. I grouted with a gray grout; this was very easy to do and the next day I caulked all around the perimeter of the bathroom. It really ... read more looks like ceramic. It is absolutely beautiful. And BTW, did I tell you this was my first time doing this and I am a +60 woman?
  1. 11 months ago
    Absolutely stunning effect!
    I just had t his installed in my kitchen yesterday and it is even more gorgeous than pictured. It goes perfectly with my black/gray granite countertops and white kitchen cabinets. The contrast is beautiful and the cleanup should be super easy. The install was painless and my handyman loved it too! This is not a jet black but a muted black that can take on the appearance of other shades depending on the lighting where ever you install it, so that is another plus. Highly recommend!
  2. 2 years ago
    This product installs easily
    I installed the flooring in my "man cave". The finished floor looks great! I scratched the floor while moving a heavy piece of furniture across it! Surprisingly the scratch rubbed out with a dry cotton towel!
  3. 5 years ago
    Easy Install, Looks Great!
    We put this in our 9 year old son's bedroom. He wanted a hard surface flooring and loved the look of the diamond tread. The install was easy, but the flooring is so thick it was a challenge to cut. The end result is great, my son loves it. The challenge may be to have him keep it dusted.
  1. 3 years ago
    This product looks great!
    This product looks great and was easy to install. Installation took about 4 hours for 210 square feet in a kitchen with lots of cuts around cabinets. Follow the directions and rent a 75 pound roller for best results.
  2. 2 years ago
    durable & water repellant
    Makes the kitchen look like new. Clean, durable as I have pets.
  3. 1 year ago
    yeah don't have to mop as often!
    Previously we had white tile with dimples that filled with dirty and had grody grout lines. The floor never looked clean. Two days later couldn't even tell you had mopped. We literally went a month without mopping after installation and it looked as good as the day it was installed. In fact, after we mopped we didn't see any improvement. OMG! I love this floor, so much more comfortable than tile too. I will say the pattern has some weird splotches that make it look like you spilled coffee or ... read more something but I guess that's all part of hiding the actual dirt.
  1. 1 month ago
    Great Flooring Product!! Please don't discontinue.
    Great Product! Hopefully they keep it in stock. It is no longer carried in stores. It is durable, easy to install, and has a long lasting finish. Buy when you can! It is probably one of their best sellers...wonder why they want to stop a good thing.
  2. 1 month ago
    Beautiful, durable and easy to install
    I installed in a 25 x 12 dining room / kitchen and used Simplegrout color "linen". These were easy to install, looks beautiful and feels very durable. I have an 8 month old puppy who runs and slides all over it and it doesn't scratch. I was given a case of this product months ago by a friend, and got worried when it appeared to have been discontinued. When it came back in stock, I ordered my 10 cases! I installed it on plywood after removing my 1970's linoeum floor and used TEC Multi-Purpose ... read more Primer. For this being my first time installing tile, it really couldn't have been any easier.
  3. 5 days ago
    not the color as shown on line
    bought this flooring on line. Picture looks like it has more pink in it. not so It is a tan color.. Nothing like the picture.. just have to wait and see if I like the color once I put it down...
  1. 5 years ago
    Resilient Vinyl Floor Tile
    These tiles look and almost feel like ceramic tiles. Most people think they are ceramic, it's hard to tell the difference. My wife and I installed these in a 12 x 12 kitchen in 3 hours and they are working out great mostly because if you drop something breakable it may not break as with ceramic tiles and the tiles won't chip. They have a warmer feel and are quieter than ceramic when walking on them. Installation was very easy. I put them directly over a sheet vinyl floor. The biggest advantage ... read more with these are that you don't in most cases you don't have to install a subfloor, which was a big plus for me. Just accurately measure, scribe a cut line with a pencil, score with a heavy duty razor, snap in half and fit in place. I opted to grout the tiles but it's your choice you can place them with no spaces and without grout, it's your option. Overall we are very pleased.
  2. 5 years ago
    Nice tile. Fooled many friends
    Used it for the first time to tile two bathrooms in a complete renovation. Installed it over the old vinyl tile with no grout (although it is groutable. Will try on the next house I'm working on). The floor looks great. As the previous reviewer said, it is not entirely grey. More like a light beige with some silvery/metal accents that shine the light nicely. DO look at it before purchasing. It feels very nice to the feet as well. Two contractors that came to put the carpet in were afraid of ... read more nailing the threshold into them because they thought the tiles were ceramic. Some friends and family that came to take a look though the same. I will definitely use the 12x24 next time for more impact.
  3. 3 months ago
    Nice Tile
    I pulled up sheet vinyl to install the Trafficmaster Ceramica tiles in 2 bathrooms and a laundry. I like sheet goods better, but the quality is going down every year. it has been 30 years since I used any stick tiles, and these are so much better than the old ones. As with any floor product, the area MUST be clean. Any junk on the floor will not let the tile sit flat. The surface on this tile is hard and did not mark from anything yet. (it is vinyl after all). The glue could be a little more ... read more aggressive, but it works fine. It is a little slower than I expected when I first felt it. Make sure to keep the seams tight if you do not plan to grout. Use a sealer kit from Armstrong for the seams to keep water and dirt out of the seams and you will have a good looking floor that anyone that can use a knife or tin snips can install.
  1. 6 years ago
    Easy Install / Looks great
    I'm usually not too keen on any form of vinyl product but these Allure are awesome. The look of tile but so easy and quick to put down. No need to rip up the existing floor or install backer board. Easy to score and cut to fit. The kitchen was done in ONE day; it looks GREAT and it is easy to clean. I was so impressed that I am installing it in the bathrooms. I waited three months before giving a review to make sure there are no problems with seams separating or corners popping up. It still ... read more looks as great now as on the day it was installed.
  2. 3 years ago
    Like the floor was easy to put down and looks great.
    I am no carpenter, but really had no trouble putting this floor down once I analyzed how I wanted to do it and get the tools needed for the job. Definitely make sure you have a 90 degree straight edge, good utility knife, tape measure, and pair of pliers. Also YouTube is great for how too for this as well. Watch where you lay the utility knife as it can scratch the floor.
  3. 5 years ago
    Great flooring
    When it was time to replace the floor in our dining room, we though first about laminate. When we got to the store and saw the Allure flooring, we decided to try it instead. The price is great, it lays down great and was very easy to install. It only took us a few hours to do the whole dining room! The floor looks really nice, and people comment on it all the time. I would recommend this brand and type of flooring.
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