Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 21
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Brant Town home upgrade
With the support of a contractor friend, we removed the linoleum flooring and replaced with the 18" tile using a brick or staggered layout and haystack sanded grout. The outcome is beautiful, then again I am comparing to the 18 year old white linoleum. Cutting 18" tile is a bit more time consuming. Make sure to get a new high quality blade for your tile saw. Living in MN, the tile was installed over a concrete floor so if you are going to use the area for several years you may want to consider in floor heating as an option. A few of the tiles did chip, so we used those as cutting pieces and for under appliances. Overall I am very happy with the outcome. The sizes of the tiles were not an issue. Other have reported them being shorter but using the brick layout our lines turned out great and if needed you can always fudge the line using your grout spacing.
February 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Taylor Bathroom tiles
I think the tiles are wonderful. We used a diagonal pattern which was difficult to cut on such large tiles but they look great. I read the other reviews about varying sizes but we did not have that problem. Only one tile broke during cutting.
September 3, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 1DisatisfiedCustomer DEFECTIVE PRODUCT-DIFFERENT SIZE TILES
AFTER HIRING SOMEONE TO PUT DOWN TILES CEMENTED TO CONCRETE;MY INSTALLER REALIZED THEIR NOT LINEING UP PROPERLY AFTER GOING AROUND THE KITCHEN ISLAND. AFTER MEASURING THE THE TILES FOUND 3 SIDES WERE 17 3/4 AND 1 SIDE WOULD BE 17 7/8.OUT OF 24 CASES I HAD 3 TOTAL TO TAKE BACK OF OFF SIZE TILES NOT INCLUDING ALL THE BAD ONES ALREADY CEMENTED DOWN ON THE 1ST DAY. A PRETTY EXSPENSIVE FLOOR TO HAVE IT PARTIALLY WITH OFF SIZE TILES.WISH I WOULD HAVE LOOKED ON LINE TO FIND OUT SOMEONE ELSE HAD THE SAME PROBLEM. CAN'T BELIEVE HOME DEPOT STILL HAVN'T PULLED THE PRODUCT FROM THEIR STORES.
June 15, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by UnhappyCustomer Do Not Waste Your Time
I had about 500 sq ft down of the tile before the size started changing. Decided to pull up the tile that was already down and put down tile of better quality. The tile was so bad that the tile was even on one side and over the width of the grout line on the other. The manager of the Home Depot came out and took a look at it and said they would not refund because 3/16 of an inch is acceptable! Terrible product and terrible service from Home Depot and Daltile.
October 24, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by PT1008 Quality tile for a good price
Tile went down without much trouble, and yes there was some differences in tile size, but if you do your research this is often to be expected from Porcelain tile. 3/16 of an inch is the industry norm. Yes we did have to do some small adjusting in the lay out but nothing critical or immediately decerning to the eye. My wife and I did it, took us 2 weeks while working our day jobs, but in all we are very pleased. Both with the quality and the price.
December 8, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Tanya Durable, tough tile!
I re-did my kitchen floor with this tile about 5 years ago. Still looking good. Just recently I added a nook that was attached to the kitchen and found that Home Depot still had this tile in stock! Looks awesome... the color matched perfectly... some of the tiles were just a bit larger than the older ones in my kitchen but I kinda expected that because they were a different lot. I told my tile guy, Who cares? It is such a subtle difference nobody even notices... they all just notice my beautiful floor!
February 17, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by UTTilePro Good value, but poor quality
Daltile needs to work on quality control. The tiles are 17-3/4 plus or minus 1/8". I had 3 different sizes in the same box. When you are doing an 1/8" grout line it looks bad when some of the grout lines are fat while others are skinny. I laid 600 sq ft and had to group the tiles into 3 sizes and try figure out how to use them together so the grout lines didn't get all messed up. It was very frustrating. I also found that the tiles broke very easily on my tile saw and I have a high end saw. When doing long cuts I broke 50% of them (they crack about 3/4 of the way through the cut no matter how slow you go). Also be very careful when you set them down because the edges chip like an eggshell. If you want a cheap tile that you are using in a small area like a bathroom then this would be great. I used it for an entire condo and I will tell my customers to spend more next time and get a better quality tile.
April 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Kiefer I have use this tile and ran into the same problem the homeowner pick up different dialog numbers.
Looks like u pick up boxs that did not have the same caliber numbers on them. So they will be a different size. ALL THE NUMDERS ON THE BOXS OF TILE NEED TO MATCH UP OR U WILL GET DIFFERENT SIZES AND SHADE COLORS.
I been doing tile install for 30+ years.
July 3, 2012