Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 12
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by wolf ok for the price
We recently purchased over 600 sq ft of this for a 3 bedroom home improvement project replacing carpet. We found instructions included in the boxes helpful. We found extreme variations in the color and look and tone of the tiles which make the seams pretty obvious. Mixing boxes of tiles did not help. Tiles rarely clicked together as suggested and we found a tapping block a must. Tiles are easily damaged so be careful tapping. Finish is slippery and shows spots easily. This product is made in china not entirely sure it is real cork. We also purchased some us cork for our hallway that is made in portugal and find it to be a better looking product with a nicer finish but twice the cost.
October 4, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Jenni76 Not a good option for busy homes
I came to Home Depots web site today looking to see if there is a product to "fix" the overall worn appearance of this cork floor. It has been in our kitchen for about a year and looks really bad. Like other reviewers said, the seams are very obvious and were difficult to get a tight fit. There are also giant chunks of cork that has chipped out that have a different feel and look than the rest of the floor. It does scratch and dent pretty easily as well. I would not recommend the product for a high traffic area. Overall I am not happy with the floor one year in and would recommend someone to keep looking.
June 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by olsonmd Maderia Natual Cork flooring
This flooring is beautiful, so much richer than it looks online. It is smooth, resilient, feels great under bare feet. The pattern hides tracked in dirt, but the cork is easy to clean. It goes together very quickly with nice tight joints, cuts cleanly, lays perfectly flat during installation. We have installed a number of floating floors over the years, and this was by far the easiest to work with. You will not be disappointed in this floor. Best of all, the price is unbelievable. I'll be getting more of this flooring for my kitchen remodel.
April 12, 2010
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Chris Poor quality, not durable
These floors looked great when we first installed them, but after a year, they are falling apart. This is despite following the care instructions, and normal usage. There are chunks separating from the tiles, and the floor looks horrible. We are going to have to pull up all of the cork and replace with another flooring. I would not recommend this product.
January 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by baseball24311 great looking floor
I wanted something different andI installed this cork floor alone and it was simple just like doing any other laminate flooring. Ended up with very little waste. Looks great and wife loves the look. Picture doesn't do it justice.
April 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pedro extremely pleased
installation was fairly easy and i am very happy with the final product! it had the impact i wanted of warming up the room, both in appearance and the overall floor -- i had tile previously and this is so much "warmer" and does have a "give" to the floor. i love the pattern and look and would highly recommend. so far the floor is holding up beautifully, but is not in a high traffic area.
November 5, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by smarsh Great product!
We used this flooring to replace tile in our kitchen/dining area. It went down easily and looks beautiful. It is much softer on the feet than our tile and has a very warm appearance. You can barely see the seams so the floor just flows with the patterns. These floors are very easy to keep clean and I am very glad this is what we picked. Great purchase!
August 6, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tiny This product looks great
The flooring went together as detailed and looks great in my family room. I live in the high desert in New Mexico and wanted to install wood flooring like oak, cherry,etc., but found out that hardwood and bamboo floors don,t do well in the desert but cork does fine. It took me two days to install in a 12X20 foot room and that includes the underlayment.
July 9, 2011