Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 38
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Scotts Installed 80 of these today!
The installation was actually pretty easy. We used about 6 connectors on each tile even though the connector package only called for using them along the perimeter. Most of tiles fit in very well but a few weren't quite square and we had to put them in a different section of the porch to fit better. We found it worked best for me to sit on the floor and place the connectors and line up the tile and then my husband stood on the tile to pop it in place on the connector...helped to save our hands and knees from being so sore! Installed them outside but would love put them in our unfinished basement too.
April 4, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DIYdani Great look!
I love this tile!
I bought the tiles to spruce up the balcony at my apt where I cannot put down anything permanent.
It's perfect so far.
I live I rainy Florida, so I will check periodically for any mold underneath.
Since my balcony is fenced so to speak, I did not find a need for the clips, but they will slip if you don't have defined boundaries. They cut ok with the little hand saw I had, but I would rather have had something electric.
I added black beach pebbles to fill in around them.
Can't seem to get the pic to upload right side up.
September 11, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Judy Easy DIY transformation
We got these tiles to put on our screen-enclosed cement slab patio. They were easy to install and in a few hours our patio was transformed into a classy, welcoming space. It's comfortable underfoot, and the tiles also help absorb sound. We opted to use more clips than the instructions call for -- we attached every tile together, not just the perimeter. Some reviewers complained about the tiles not fitting well together, but by using more clips we had no problem and no complaints.
October 2, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by FightinOwl Durable alternative to Outdoor Tile
We laid out a 9X9 square of tiles on our lawn. No base, just level turf. This "floor" easily supports a heavy patio table and 4 chairs, and does not shift when you walk on it.
It's pet stain-proof, and rinses off quickly.
The terracotta color looks like stone tile, and is a nice contrast to the lawn, which grows right up to the edge. Mowing the lawn is easy, as the tiles sit slightly below grass level. Looks like these heavy, recycled rubber tiles will last a long time. A good value.
June 28, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by kpc1 Not square or the size stated
The size of the tiles was not the 18" squares as stated. they were anywhere from 17 3/4" to 17 7/8". Unfortunately, that made placing the tiles difficult, or impossible, to match the seams. Many of the tiles were not even square. With a patio area of 7.5' X 33' the differences in the tiles was exaggerated by the end of the patio. Even the thickness of some of the tiles was variable.
June 11, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by thomas Color not as advertised.
We were disappointed in this product because the color pictured above certainly does not represent the color of the actual product. The actual color is much darker, and closer to black than Terra Cotta. We were really hoping to add this unique, creative tile to our backyard patio.
Plus, it is also disappointing that we had to order this color/design because the Home Depots in our area did not carry all colors and designs.
July 23, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by emma Very Pleased!
I used these pavers on my dirt driveway because I urgently needed to lay somethng down other than cement since I don't like cement. Everyone who sees them loves how they look and they're not even laid down on level ground! I laid them down on weed blocker and I can just pick them up again, spread some gravel, level and re-lay them. They are durable and look good. I'm very pleased.
September 17, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Majgardener Excellent product. And xcellent price.
These recycled rubber patio tiles look amazing. They are easy to install - no professional help needed, but the patio looks prefessional. I just installed them in the fall of 2011, so I cannot say anything about their wearabliity. If it is anything like my recylced rubber stepping stones, they willlast years and years.
November 15, 2011