Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 27
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Clemdog Good product, But these are slightly rounded and buyer should note this.
Would have given these a 5 star rating, but rounded edges, and limited sizing kept them at 4 stars....They definitely look better than the before!
July 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wallace Good safey product
Easy to install - my use.... for steps leading from house into garage. The steps are now more stable and less slippery. considering that they may get wet during winter weather. Nice looking product.
September 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nadjalou Great!
They do the job - covered my front steps nicely and provide good grip, and look very nice. They're heavy so they stay put and don't slide. Since they're so heavy I had to drag them out of the car to the steps but putting them on the steps was super easy.
September 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ToriG5 Envirotile Cobblestone stair treads
I found this product to be well made, easy to use and visually appealing. The quality and craftsmanship were higher than I had expected and I plan to purchase more for another project.
May 21, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by VicZinc Tiles from recycled tires
As other reviewers warned these tiles are "uneven" - requiring a bit of flipping from side to side, etc. to get the best fit. I used these instead of the square ones to repave my front sidewalk after installing a wooden frame around the existing concrete plus some areas of lawn that I wanted to convert to walkway. I used crushed gravel type of "paver's sand" to level the surface and fill in the unpaved (grassy) areas. I did place landscaper's cloth first (under the sand). They look great. I made the area the right size so I would not need to cut many tiles. I cut them with a utility knife fairly easily (several strokes required to complete each cut). My wife doesn't like the way they faded from black to grey within a few days of installation, we tried cleaning them but they will not return to the pitch-black color she wanted. I think they still look great, the color of roadway instead of tires. We have not yet had to deal with snow removal. Rain runs right off them, they are never slippery.
They shipped as expected but the carrier did delay finally prop-off a few extra days, this was not a problem for me because I wasn't planning to install right-a-way, but be sure to plan for possible delays in delivery.
August 14, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MamaMoore Great solution!
Easy to install, durable product, soft on the bare feet. One problem, we ordered grey. They look grey online. They are definitely BLACK. Do not order grey because they seriously look like recycled tires. Should have ordered terracotta. Bummer. I will next time as I will be a repeat customer. We have a balcony set on a roof so just roofed and tarred underneath then laid these down. My husband said it was easier and best to cut with a box cutter rather than a saw. He tried first with a table saw and it really slowed it down so some other saw, maybe a jigsaw would be better but he only had to cut 9 of them so no biggie. Did it all in one afternoon. Looks great!
August 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MassMom Bought to be stair treads, but lined my porch instead!
I bought these as stair treads for my basement but they were too big. Instead I lined my wooden porch with these sturdy treads. Has made the porch more comfy to sit on and easier to sweep. Love them! I didn't use tape, I just positioned them.
July 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rabsparks Great for covering the deck's wooden steps
We placed the treads on the steps and since the steps were wider than the treads, in between the front and the back of each step. To be on the safe side, we then screwed the treads in place with two screws in the back of each tread.
Although "slippery" at first probably because of the oil coming up from the treads, the treads are not slippery and provide great traction when going up or down the deck stairs. I can't comment on their adhesion in the snow because we haven't had any snow this year. But I do expect the increase in traction when it does snow.
October 21, 2014