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Chaucer Newport 12 in. x 12 in. Vinyl Tile

  • Peel and stick application offers ease of installation
  • Resistant to stains, scratches, and marks
  • Easy maintenance

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Refresh any room quickly and affordably with Newport Select Solid Vinyl Floor Tile. Easy peel-and-stick installation makes this the perfect do-it-yourself project in laundry rooms, bathrooms and smaller areas around the home. Newport Select Solid Vinyl Floor Tile is your quality choice for budget conscious flooring projects. This flooring has a self-adhering back for easy, no-glue installation. The floating floor installs over most existing surfaces including concrete, wood and vinyl.

  • Ceramic-like finish offers a natural texture and realistic details
  • Easy peel-and-stick installation
  • Features a 3 mil wear layer
  • Resists marks, scratches and stains for durability
  • Easy to maintain
  • For use indoors and in temperature controlled environments only; see installation instructions for more information

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Will I need to use additional adhesive to install the chaucer tile

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oxford ga
October 28, 2012
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March 11, 2014
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Tiles are pre glued so extra glue is not necessary. We did use additional glue under ours, but it was a matter of personal choice. A quart of adhesive can be bought for 5 or 6 dollars so it's not a big investment for the added security. Best of luck to you.
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April 2, 2013
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You may want to purchase some just to be on the safe side. I did a 1400 square ft house in this. In spots I did need the extra adhesive.
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March 3, 2013
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Yes. I placed all throughout house and higher traffic areas cause it to come up.
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January 21, 2013
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I did NOT need additional adhesive. I installed the floor over CLEAN plywood.
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January 15, 2013
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Depends. If you will not put a self-leveling base layer, or you're installing over particle board, I would. Don't be anxious about extra adhesive, it's easy to clean up and it can be wiped away if you apply too much. It will add some time to the project, but the end result is a more durable floor for you. If you're installing over concrete, I'd say no to the additional adhesive, but only if you're going Read More
Depends. If you will not put a self-leveling base layer, or you're installing over particle board, I would. Don't be anxious about extra adhesive, it's easy to clean up and it can be wiped away if you apply too much. It will add some time to the project, but the end result is a more durable floor for you. If you're installing over concrete, I'd say no to the additional adhesive, but only if you're going to prepare the floor with an enzyme wash at least 8 hours before installing the tile. Good luck, hope this helps! Read Less
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Baton Rouge, LA
November 8, 2012
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Hi Leslie!
Thanks for asking. According to the manufacturer, additional adhesive is not necessary for installation. Please refer to the following link for the installtion instructions: http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/72/72845250-3948-4c77-824f-50f17da70f63.pdf
Hope this helps!
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Removable?

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Willcox, AZ
July 4, 2013
We are in a rental property and the landlords are pretty strict on what can be done...the kitchen floor is ugly and overall worthless. Are these tiles removable for when we move out?
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January 31, 2015
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Yes, they are sticky though so use a residue remover, they have special stuff for laminate.
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July 1, 2014
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Yes
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March 11, 2014
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Tiles are removable, but they will leave glue residue on the flooring and probably make more of a mess than you started with. I wouldn't suggest using them for this purpose as it's not going to be like carpet that you can take up later and simply clean the floor underneath. You might try a piece of indoor/outdoor carpet to improve the look, or perhaps a full sheet of vinyl that could be laid over but not Read More
Tiles are removable, but they will leave glue residue on the flooring and probably make more of a mess than you started with. I wouldn't suggest using them for this purpose as it's not going to be like carpet that you can take up later and simply clean the floor underneath. You might try a piece of indoor/outdoor carpet to improve the look, or perhaps a full sheet of vinyl that could be laid over but not glued down.
Best of luck to you.
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December 31, 2013
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I've never had to remove mine, but I have heard that you can use a hair dryer to warm the tile and melt the adhesive, then carefully peel the tile up from the floor. You may need something to help gently pry them up. If the kitchen floor is that ugly, you may just want to ask your landlord if you can do this and then show them the finished project. They may just like it more. I would think, though, that Read More
I've never had to remove mine, but I have heard that you can use a hair dryer to warm the tile and melt the adhesive, then carefully peel the tile up from the floor. You may need something to help gently pry them up. If the kitchen floor is that ugly, you may just want to ask your landlord if you can do this and then show them the finished project. They may just like it more. I would think, though, that you would really have to scrub the underneath after pulling the tile to remove any left over adhesive. Read Less
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July 5, 2013
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Hi DW,
In a sense, yes they are removable, but not without a decent amount of labor to pull them up. They are not reusable after removal either, so they are a one-time use product. If you are looking to install an inexpensive floor for your rental and want it to be easily removable, try looking into Allure flooring. No glue required and it's a very simple install procedure. I'm sure your landlord will Read More
Hi DW,
In a sense, yes they are removable, but not without a decent amount of labor to pull them up. They are not reusable after removal either, so they are a one-time use product. If you are looking to install an inexpensive floor for your rental and want it to be easily removable, try looking into Allure flooring. No glue required and it's a very simple install procedure. I'm sure your landlord will be thrilled by that. Read Less
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Can this tile be placed over concrete floors?

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March 3, 2013
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Yes works best with additional adhesive
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Yes, as long as concrete is smooth and clean. You may need to use a primer on the floor. Check with your hardware associate for more info on this.
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Yes, that is exactly what we did, put it over a concrete floor. You have to make sure the floor is really clean, swept and vacuumed and then prime it with a primer/bond enhancer. Make sure the tiles are snug against each other so they won't shift or use a little liquid nails or other adhesive if the tiles seem not to stick as well. We didn't have to use extra adhesive except for where the tile met the Read More
Yes, that is exactly what we did, put it over a concrete floor. You have to make sure the floor is really clean, swept and vacuumed and then prime it with a primer/bond enhancer. Make sure the tiles are snug against each other so they won't shift or use a little liquid nails or other adhesive if the tiles seem not to stick as well. We didn't have to use extra adhesive except for where the tile met the threshold of the other room due to there not being anything next to those tiles to hold them properly, but once we did that, all has been fine for the past year. Read Less
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Yes, as long as the floor is clean and free of dirt and dust
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It should work but you will need to use tile glue. This tile comes up quite easily as the glue is not strong.
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HOW MANY 12X12 TILE DO I NEED TO DO A ROOM 12X10

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July 12, 2012
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Typically you would need 4 boxes, 12X10= 120 sq ft, 30 sq ft to a box is 4 boxes. However, you should buy an extra few tiles for waste and mistakes. VERY EASY to install, cuts with a scissor! The boxes I got at my Home Depot were actually 45 sq ft instead of 30, so only 3 boxes would be 135 sq feet...more than enough.
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You need 120 12"x12" tiles to cover this room.
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4 boxes would be just enough so get 5 or 6 so you have extra for mistakes and cutting to fit
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120 tiles
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July 13, 2012
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Hello JOE and thank you for your question.
For an “exact fit,” you will need 120 tiles (4 cases with 30 tiles per case) of the TrafficMaster 12 in. x 12 in. Chaucer Newport Select Solid Vinyl Tile.
We recommend purchasing an additional amount of tiles to allow for any room dimensional variation, as well as give you a small supply in the event that a tile will need to be replaced in the future (due to Read More
Hello JOE and thank you for your question.
For an “exact fit,” you will need 120 tiles (4 cases with 30 tiles per case) of the TrafficMaster 12 in. x 12 in. Chaucer Newport Select Solid Vinyl Tile.
We recommend purchasing an additional amount of tiles to allow for any room dimensional variation, as well as give you a small supply in the event that a tile will need to be replaced in the future (due to damage). This should be about 5-10% more tiles for a “square pattern” and 10-15% overage if you are installing a diagonal pattern in your room.
Using these estimates, you should plan to purchase 126-138 tiles for your room. Call ahead to see if your store sells individual tiles as well as tiles by the case.
For best results, follow the installation instructions, taking special note that the tiles should be acclimatized in the room for 48 hours before installation. Maintenance tips are specified in the Installation Instructions found here: http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/72/72845250-3948-4c77-824f-50f17da70f63.pdf.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Sticky flooring sticks to floor It's pretty thin, but we bought it at a discount so we were not walking on bare floors during a remodel. It's a place holder till we get something nicer. Any pebble that may be lurking as you put it down will pop through leaving a hole, however it is super easy to put in. And if your going for the look your grandma's house has -- this has got you covered. January 31, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great price, great look I needed a quick, INEXPENSIVE, fix for a 12 X 18 carpet that got soaked when the water heater leaked. I am planning to put my house on the market and didn't want to spend alot of money. For less than $100.00, this floor worked perfect. Extremely easy install and looks pretty darn good! PS. I am a 51 year old woman, I did the entire thing myself. Hardest part was removing the old carpet! January 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for the price payed. It was easy to install, I did have an issue with a few of the pieces being chipped already when I took them out of the box but, what can ya expect when it comes to these things. Easy install. Looks great, I am happy. March 6, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Just right in a teenager's bedroom! I used this tile on my teenager's bedroom floor. I recommend a self-leveling base layer, otherwise install can be tricky. I also recommend using additional adhesive to ensure all corners/sides stay down. Easy to put down, 200 sq ft in under 5 hours! January 15, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Loved the ease of installation., Had a few bad boxes but overall I loved these. Easy to install and look real pretty!! July 30, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not bad This looks fantastic once installed. The glue is not too strong and we ended up using adhesive spray which did the trick. I used this in my rental properties and it really makes an overall great appearance. October 27, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by great product for the price tile breaks easily clean up is easy all in all it is a great product love it. July 14, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by looks like swastikas looks too much like swastikas. unless you are into that September 19, 2015
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