Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 27
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by kdheffdog Would be a great product... BUT....
Bought these for our back patio. Quality construction and solid and easy to lay down. Would be a great product... but it appears these things are measured and cut by someone who is not 'measuring twice and cutting once'. This person also needs to be handed a straight edge to do the cutting. These tiles are all different sizes. Some are a quarter inch longer than others. Most have edges that or not even close to straight. The result is you can't possibly make them fit tightly together and the final project looks like a mess! Until they can get a machine to actually cut them 18 X 18 with straight edges, most people are going to be returning this product.
June 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nestor Great for walkways
These are sturdy, good looking, and echo the earth. We installed them on an 8'+ widened front walk and play area to prevent both child and senior fall injuries, and they blend in with the bark ground cover next to I. It's been three years and there is no degradation. This style goes with a craftsman bungalow very well. Great color, too. Easy to install anywhere. Screw down or just lay flat. Trim to suit. Recycled rubber is the tread of the future--
June 2, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Peter Pro Disappointed
I bought 110 of these to lay directly on a screening base similar to traditional pavers. I could not find any saw blade for my jigsaw that could cut these. There are no 2 tile alike from size colour etc..
A man made product that does not conform to any standard is very disappointing.
If you are looking for straight lines - forget about it, eve with the clips do not line up and you have to accept gaps in the tile.
I do like the feel under foot and the rubber for around the pool.
June 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by tony Very Disappointed
Disappointed. There is very poos quality control on the tile. They are not uniformly square and because of this they don't line up well. Using the clips are difficult since the tile are uneven. When you install the tile as they indicate in the video it is seriously not that easy. It is a great idea poorly executed. I am 66 and I almost want to hire someone to install them. Also they really do not cut that easy with a Sabre Saw
June 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by velcro ugly uneven sidewalk in back yard
Very bad sidewalk cracking, had to patch year after year. So I bought 34 tiles and this is the result. Some corners up slightly but I'm sure they will settle in time. Used clips on EVERY square due to unevenness in concrete. 100% improvement for us. Just wish CLIPS were a little thicker, they just rest in the tile grooves no mallet tapping required. Hoping to glue down just two corners on two tiles!
May 5, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by RBH Ready to tear it all up and return it!!!!!
We bought 160 of these to do our expansive concrete front porch. The porch is level.
We're experiencing the same poorly machined, uneven size differences in the tiles that others have mentioned. I wish we'd read the reviews before buying the product and spending so much time on it.
The tiles are so poorly machined that the size differences make a huge difference in trying to get them to line up/hook together. In addition, several of them are "warped"; they're not even machined with a straight edge on all 4 sides.
We've experienced the same "pop up" problem that others have mentioned in other reviews.
The clips? A whole other frustration of the process. The little spaces that the clips fit into are inconsistent. Some clips fit, some don't.....and the mallet only causes a bounce and they don't "seat" into the cracks. Even with a bit larger clips sent to us by the company to try, this didn't help. They're so big that they don't cinch the tiles together and the gap becomes a great dirt collecter size.
We keep trying to figure out a way to make them work, since the overall look and feel is nice. But, man...a little more care and consistency in machining these tiles and their clips would've made a BIG difference in installation. We are nearly ready to pack up the whole lot and trot it back to HD. :(
Oh? And cutting? Yeah...a utility knife works and there are so many for us to cut that it seems like we'll be here for another 6 months making cuts. We tried other saws (circular, with a few different type blades, a jig saw, a multi-tool, linoleum cutter). No luck. Utility knife gives the best cut. We do have a Japanese saw that we have yet to try. It looks promising.
We've spent hours and hours and hours on trying to get this product to look nice on the porch.
And...forget installation being done by Home Depot. They don't provide installation services for this product. No wonder.
April 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DIY2inPB Easy to work with...
After considering cement pavers, calculating weight, amount of sand needed & installation we decided to go with this lightweight alternative and were very pleased with the product. It required less sand than cement pavers and were lighter. The best thing about them is that they were easily cut with a standard utility razor knife.
August 7, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by OldBob Great product for the price.
I purchased 50 of these to place on a front entryway to cover a crack and to eliminate a lip from raised concrete. I sorted through them while I was selecting them in order to get 50 that matched in color. When I got home, I found at least 15 that in the sunlight had a slightly different color. So back to Home Depot to find 15 more that matched the ones that I had.
Installing the pavers was easy. I had to cut many of the tiles in order to fit them into the entryway. Cutting the tiles was easy using a sharp utility knife. The biggest problem that I had was the uniformity of the tile size. The description says 18 inch by 18 inch. None of the tiles measured 18 inches. Measurements ranged from 17 5/8 inches to 17 7/8 inches. I ended up using the shorter tiles in the places where I had to cut the tile. Even so, some of the joint lines did not line up perfectly.
Overall, my wife and I like the tiles. They look good and the joint lines that don't line up perfectly are only noticed if someone is looking for them. We have found that because of the way the tiles had to be fitted into the entryway, a couple of the tiles raise and buckle in the Summer heat. This was fixed by trimming the tiles somewhat. The crack that was in the entryway is no longer visible and the 1/2 inch lip from the raised concrete is gone. The cost of the tiles was a lot less that the cost of removal and replacement of the concrete entryway.
July 7, 2014