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Envirotile

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Internet #202515701

Cobblestone 18 in. x 18 in. Terra Cotta Paver (4-Case)

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Made from 100% recycled rubber, Envirotile has saved approximately 3 million tires from being sent to the landfill. Due to the nature of recycled materials, the tire rubber will vary from tile to tile. This variance results in each tile's naturally unique color as well as size, equaling up to 1/4 in. size difference from tile to tile. Envirotile is a floating floor system with a patented clipping system (sold separately) that provides the ease of a do-it-yourself application. These tiles can be installed on top of any existing hard surface such as wood, concrete and patio tiles. The floating floor system is an investment; it is simple to pick up your tiles and move them to another location.

  • For use on balconies, patios, rooftops, decks, child play areas and more to create a beautiful floor
  • Each tile weighs approximately 8 lbs., making it light enough to carry by hand but heavy enough to stay put in place
  • Recycled rubber tiles are noise absorbing and anti-fatigue
  • Tiles are weather and frost resistant and do not have to be removed during the winter
  • Non-skid and impact absorbing
  • Easy DIY installation using patented connector clips, see installation guide and video for step-by-step instructions
  • Size variance, rotating the tiles side by side to find the best fit will help to alleviate variance issues
  • $3.55/ sq. ft. equivalent

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Are these tiles suitable to cover bare ground?

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May 28, 2015
I'm thinking of doing this as an alternative to laying actual flagstones in my back yard, and I want to cover an area 22 ft.X10 ft.
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YES. I used them that way and they are great. It's not that I wasn't willing to spring for the cost of real stone/masonry pavers but when I went to Home Depot to purchase them, I could barely move them off of the shelves, let alone lift them into my cart and later carry them around at home for installation. I am a single woman so have no help and really didn't care to spend a huge amount of money to have Read More
YES. I used them that way and they are great. It's not that I wasn't willing to spring for the cost of real stone/masonry pavers but when I went to Home Depot to purchase them, I could barely move them off of the shelves, let alone lift them into my cart and later carry them around at home for installation. I am a single woman so have no help and really didn't care to spend a huge amount of money to have someone help me unload them and put them in place once I got home. These were also on the shelves at the time at my local Home Depot in the masonry section and I bought these in the Earth color, which I love. I had just bought a house and inherited a muddy yard and was tired of sinking in and tracking mud caked on my shoes into my house and elsewhere in my yard, not to mention what workmen tracked in. I can easily carry four of these tiles at once if I need to. They are easy for me to transport and work with and they have a huge advantage over real masonry pavers as these flex to sit well on uneven ground or over stray tree roots. I didn't have to do any digging. I simply placed them where I wanted them in the dirt and I also used them in areas on top of grass which had just been mowed. In the rich, brown Earth color they look great and don't look cheap or like a band-aid fix. They actually look classy. I have had mine in place for two years now and they have not moved or faded. Rain or wind hasn't budged them and they still look like new after two years out in Ohio weather. My local Home Depot no longer carries them but I'm buying more. They're a great solution. My only caveat would be, as another poster mentioned, look over the tiles since many of them are imperfect. Since I can't hand pick them off my local Home Depot shelves anymore, I'm buying extra and will return the flawed, less desirable ones. These are an excellent purchase. I LOVE THEM! Read Less
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April 18, 2016
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I used them to make a walkway in my back yard 3 years ago and they still look good!
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April 5, 2016
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I've used these under my kids swingset by just laying them right over the grass that I used to have to try to mow. They have worked fine for three years now and I'm considering expanding the area covered to go around the sandbox and shed to avoid having to trim those areas every time I mow. I also used them cut in half underneath my stockade fence so I don't have to trim under that either.
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October 18, 2015
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No. You'll want to use a properly prepped surface of compacted paver base. You'd want to do this regardless of the actual paving material.
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July 10, 2015
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As long as you prep the area, these pavers are an excellent option to use for a patio or garden walk.
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May 29, 2015
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These tiles should be laid over a flooring surface, such as decking.
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How many pavers would I need for an area 9x9 sq ft?

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October 18, 2015
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Basic grade school math:
1 tile = 18"x18"
9 feet = 108"
108'/18' = 6 tiles
6 tiles wide x 6 tiles tall = 36 tiles.
If you're buying them in person pay close attention and try to lay them out in the store to ensure you get tiles that fit together nicely and are of the same shade. The tiles are molded rubber and there are imperfections/distortions. If you've buying online I'd order extra and be willing to Read More
Basic grade school math:
1 tile = 18"x18"
9 feet = 108"
108'/18' = 6 tiles
6 tiles wide x 6 tiles tall = 36 tiles.
If you're buying them in person pay close attention and try to lay them out in the store to ensure you get tiles that fit together nicely and are of the same shade. The tiles are molded rubber and there are imperfections/distortions. If you've buying online I'd order extra and be willing to return the extras. They're nice but do require more work than concrete pavers. Read Less
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October 4, 2015
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9 cases or 36 pavers
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July 17, 2015
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I suspect four pavers would only cover 9 sq. ft. - or 3'x3'.... Try 36 pavers for 81 s.f. (9'x9' if that's what you really want.
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July 17, 2015
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If you mean 9ft x 9ft: that would be 108 inches wide by 108 inches long--so 6 by 6 pavers @ 18 inches each. Would mean you need 36 pavers.
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Lynn,
The pavers are 18" x 18". You need four pavers
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can water and moisture get trapped under the tiles?

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I want to put this over concrete
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If they were placed over concrete yes but if placed on leveling sand or dirt then the water should soak into the ground and the sun should help remove any moisture.
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Yes, and it will! The tiles are rubber which means they will expand and contract with temperature changes. They do have channels on the underside to help with moisture control. Mine are installed over Sakrete paver base mats on top of a layer of crushed and compacted paver base. We haven't had any puddles form despite being in rainy Seattle. We also haven't had a problem with weeds/grass growing between Read More
Yes, and it will! The tiles are rubber which means they will expand and contract with temperature changes. They do have channels on the underside to help with moisture control. Mine are installed over Sakrete paver base mats on top of a layer of crushed and compacted paver base. We haven't had any puddles form despite being in rainy Seattle. We also haven't had a problem with weeds/grass growing between the tiles (probably more due to the Sakrete paver mats) Read Less
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These pavers are similar to rubberized playground cover. As long as the ground underneath is properly prepared you should have no trouble with trapped moisture or water collecting underneath them.
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July 6, 2015
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The answer is yes - I have placed a few of these tiles on top of a set of painted concrete stairs that lead from my back patio up to our back porch. Haven't secured them to the stairs yet...removed them to sweep the steps after being down for a week during which we had a couple of rain showers come through and there was water underneath them.
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June 9, 2015
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My best guess would be yes ma'am, it can/will ;) that would be one of my primary concerns in the thought process of whether these would have worked for an application on my own home, or not. Depending on the subsurface material they're laid on and the afforded drainage it originally had and whether the laying of these adversely affects said drainage it could actually end up being costly in damage and Read More
My best guess would be yes ma'am, it can/will ;) that would be one of my primary concerns in the thought process of whether these would have worked for an application on my own home, or not. Depending on the subsurface material they're laid on and the afforded drainage it originally had and whether the laying of these adversely affects said drainage it could actually end up being costly in damage and renovations. I haven't read "the fine print" of the manufacturer's labels so i cannot attest to their suggestions and warnings on suitable applications. Given their material structure, recycled rubber, i would imagine they trap it pretty well. Read Less
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Are they fire or heat resistant

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Resistant if you mean you drop a lit match on it yes but not retardant as it is made of rubber and rubber will burn.
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No. They're rubber and rubber burns.
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There is no information on the Material Data Sheet concerning heat/fire resistance, so I would say they are neither hear nor fire resistant.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Rubber Pavers Look Great (at a distance) I used these Rubber Envirotiles on the floor of my garage. The tiles are not exactly the same size which throws the seams off, so you have to fudge a little to minimize the gaps. They are lovely looking from a distance and you don't notice the small gaps unless you are standing over them and looking down at the floor, but from a distance, they look uniform and are much nicer than my garage floor. They give it a finished look. August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value But, missing connectors so not stabalized on ground and keeps shifting. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outdoor tiles These are perfect for our pool area!! Keep out excess dirt August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by rubber patio perfect for the diy project. Easy to handle, looks great. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Durable I purchased 80 of these pavers last year. I had plumbing problems and had to have my yard dug up. The material I used under the pavers was ruined but the pavers withstood the weight of the backhoe rolling over it. I would definitely recommend these to anyone. June 8, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Easier said then done!! Quality is good but quality control is poor. If each tile were consistent it would have been a breeze. The clips are a joke, they don't fit in the grooves that are designed for them. The reason you have to use a mallet and whack them hard is to cut a new groove in the tile for the clip to fit, but then the edges were higher in places. We ended up taking out the clips and just laying them next to each other, but still have some gaps because of the inconsistent manufacturing of each tile. Cutting the tiles was a challenge! We bought a good jigsaw for cutting, but found the best cut came from the box knife scoring over and over until it cut through. December 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good purchase Needed something to put my Poly Wood bench on and these looked like they would be just the thing. Even after reading the negative reviews I ordered them and I am glad I did. Easy to use and they look good. June 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product I used these tiles to make a small patio and just placed them over dirt with weed block cover and they have not moved and have no marks from the table and chairs on them. May 18, 2016
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