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Envirotile

Model # MT5000580

Internet # 202515701

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

$31.99 /case

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Product Overview

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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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
0.75 
Product Height (in.) 
18 
Product Width (in.) 
18 

Details

Base Required 
No 
Color Family 
Red 
Color/Finish 
Terra Cotta 
Concrete Type 
Not Concrete 
Landscape Supply Type 
Paver 
Material 
Rubber 
Package Quantity 
Packaging Type 
Individual 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shape 
Square 
Square Feet per Piece 
2.25 
Textured 
Yes 
Vehicular Traffic Rated 
No 

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What do i use to cut a tile

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Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
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A sharp box or utility knife will do fine.
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how many pavers would it take to cover a patio that is 20x27

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I keep coming up with 110, but surely that is incorrect.
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Hi tcb in waldorf, Md.
Thank you for your question.
You will need 240 18 in by 18 in pavers.
Your first step will be to calculate the amount of square feet you have which is 20 feet x 27 feet. That gives you 540 square feet. Since you have pavers that are in inches, you will need to convert your square foot area to square inches.
Next convert your lengths to linear inches:
20 x 12 = 240 linear Read More
Hi tcb in waldorf, Md.
Thank you for your question.
You will need 240 18 in by 18 in pavers.
Your first step will be to calculate the amount of square feet you have which is 20 feet x 27 feet. That gives you 540 square feet. Since you have pavers that are in inches, you will need to convert your square foot area to square inches.
Next convert your lengths to linear inches:
20 x 12 = 240 linear inches
27 x 12 = 324 linear inches
Your 540 sq. ft. area is converted to: 324 x 240 = 77760 sq. inches
Find the square inches of your 18 in. x 18 in. paver which is 324 sq. in.
Next divide 77760 by 324 which will equal 240 - 18 in x 18 in. pavers for your project.
Do not forget your pack base sand and your step two sand for a good solid base.
Please let us know if we can be of further assistance.
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June 21, 2016
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Hello tcb,
Each paver is equal to 2.25 sq. ft.
Your patio is 540 sq. ft
so 540 divided by 2.25 = 240 pcs.
240 pcs. divided by 4 pcs. per case equals 60 cases
Thank you for your inquiry.
Charlotte of the Home Depot Community.
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Do these have a strong chemical/rubber smell ?

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Do these have a strong chemical/rubber smell ? These are not available in stores, so want to know before i order them.
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Any rubber product will have a smell so if you plan on using them inside plan for the smell to linger for a bit, if being used outside there will little to no smell noticed.
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Can i put these over grass

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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 65 reviewers.
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 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
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 great product Right product for the front door area easy to install March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by VERY NICE PRODUCT THESE RUBBER TILES LOOK VERY NICE AND THANKFULLY, HAVE A DRAINAGE GROOVE ON THE BACK SIDE SO THAT THEY CAN BE PLACED OVER A MEMBRANE ROOF. March 15, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Interesing idea, needs some refinement. Also some installation tips Pros: - Lighter than concrete. - They're cushioned which is great if you have kids or drop a glass. - Easier to cut than brick. - Thinner so less ground to excavate. Cons: - Cost more than concrete pavers. - Sizing and shape isn't very consistent - Flash from molding process requires trimming in order for clips to work. - They expand/contract with the temperature. I went with these because I liked the softer feel of them and also because they're light. Getting to our backyard requires climbing a few stairs and going through a narrow gate and the idea of schlepping concrete pavers made these look like a great option. I built my patio over open ground which I prepped by excavating, tamping down the ground and then laying down weed fabric followed by a few inches of sand and then covered with Sakrete EZ Paver base mats. The patio was framed with 4x4 timbers. With ground prep out of the way I began to put down the Envirotiles. This is when I discovered my first issue with Envirotiles: they're not consistent in size and edges are not completely straight. This resulted in a time consuming and somewhat frustrating process of switching around tiles until I was able to get them to line up evenly. Once I had them in place I went back to install the clips. This is when I discovered that the molding process leaves behind quite a bit of flash and this prevents the clips from engaging the tiles and keeps them from laying flat. To get the tiles to connect I have to trim this flash off with a box cutter knife. I've attached before and after pictures of a tile to illustrate this. One last thing to keep in mind is that the tiles can expand/contract up to 1/4". In the morning I can see distinct gaps between the tiles. By afternoon the sun has warmed up the tiles enough that they expand enough to eliminate any gaps. The patio is done and overall I'm happy with the result. I love how soft the tiles are. When I finished the patio my 3 year old ran out on the patio and immediately tripped. The tiles were soft enough that it didn't bother him. Had these been concrete pavers he definitely would have been scraped up. May 4, 2015
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