Rated 3.7 out of 5Â by 15
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Luke The patio floor has been down for approximately 4 weeks and so far we are very pleased with it.
The rubber pavers were fast and easy to put down. We used more clips than suggested in the instructions that come with the clips. We purchased 218 pavers to cover a concrete patio that is 24 x 20. The concrete underneath had been painted several times which became slippery when wet. We had low spots where water sat when it rained and we had many cracks and holes in the cement. This was a perfect solution to solve the problems listed above. This patio is also a carport. We did not find any information as to whether we could park the car on it. Overall, we like it and are satisfied. To do a floor this size was a little expensive so we hope it last a very long time.
May 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Katmar16 Love it!!!
We used these tiles on our front porch to cover the ugly cement that we mistakenly used concrete stain on. There was some slight size inconsistencies but overall were easy to install and the clips worked well 90% of the time. We love the look and feel of the tiles and we would definitely use them again!!!
July 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Kitty123 Love the product but very difficult to enstall
I love the look of this tile. I love the feel on bare feet. My cement lanai floor was very slippery when wet. However, the install is a lot of work as the tiles are not cut the same. Most of the tiles I have are 17.5 by 17.5 but also a few 18x18 and they don't line up. Also I cannot always get the clips on all four sides to match with the adjoining tiles and have had to glue some of the corners down with gorilla glue. I also have some spots where the two tiles didn't fit tight so there is a gap between them and I am going to have to fill in with some brown caulk to cover the floor showing underneath.
February 20, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by MJR1947 Great Idea, not a very good product.
This is such a good idea, not only for the advertised ease of installation, but for the use of old tires. The problem is that the quality of the individual tiles is so bad, I've rarely found 2 (out of 70) that are exactly the same size and shape. Many of the edges are curved making the very hard to mate up to a straight edged one. One reviewer wrote to be careful to get your tiles from the same lot, I don't think that matters. The installation videos on both the Home Depot site, and the manufacturer's site demonstrate a typical installation with no mention of the irregular size or shape. They're shown tapping the clips into place, the clip locations in the tiles I bought are way bigger that the clips, so if the clip slips crooked as you try to put the adjoining tile in place, the tile won't go, and if you hit it with a mallet as suggested, you run the risk of damaging the tile since the clip had slipped to the wrong location. What should be an easy job is a real pain. I wish The quality was as advertised, I'd buy them again, but as they are I can't recommend them.
February 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Kimmee These tiles look excellent when purchased properly.
I love the look of these tiles but have 2 minor recommendations when purchasing. First, make sure you purchase from the same lot. The tiles are slightly off in size in each lot. Second, for best results, use just 1 pattern. When I tried to mix patterns, there was too much space between the tiles due to size descrepancies. I have some spaces between my tiles, due to different lots and would love some input on how to fill these cracks without drawing attention to them.
June 20, 2011