Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 30
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by drglk Great looking tile
I read all of the reviews and had some concerns about 'bowing' that some people mentioned. But hired a floor tile specialists and made sure he used high quality UltraFlex 2 mortar for Porcelain tile by Mapei. I used tooth picks for the tile separation and the non sanded grout for very thin grout lines. Everything worked out pretty well and it took 1 guy about 5 days to lay 550 sq ft into 3 connected rooms. This will look like real oak flooring that has been put down and varnished, and is most common in new homes (although 3" strips). Once installed, you'll realize that unlike the darker wood tiles, this won't make your rooms look smaller like darker woods do, and it doesn't show dust or dirt, and is very easy to clean. Install white quarter round for a finished look and you'll be very happy. I plan to do 2 more bedrooms with this tile. Great quality, but 1 box was broken during shipment.
November 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by darknlovely Stepping-in
Once the job was completed, it brought the entire value of the front porch up from the bottom.
March 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by river good purchase
good tile and easy to install, the only complaint I have is with the manufacturer and the way they box up the tile. I laid 53 boxes, every 1st tile in the box had glue on the it from gluing the box closed. They need to put some type of cover over the tile before gluing the box shut.
February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tammeeshca beautiful time
this tile is beautiful. the trick, however, to installing it (if doing yourself) is definitely invest in the spacer units to ensure an even surface. the spacer/holders makes sure you have all of the tiles at the same level weather you have divots in your sub-flooring or not. other wise, it goes in fairly easily (definitely need a tile saw to do this job.. or simply have it installed by a professional or by home depot )
we are very happy with the look of this tile
January 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DecoReno Really nice flooring
This Marazzi porcelain tile flooring was just installed by my general contractor, for an enclosed porch renovation. It lays nicely, feels good underfoot and has an authentic wood floor look. The contractor chose his own grout color so I don't know what it is, but he made a good choice and I am very satisfied with the outcome. Purchase this tile; you won't be disappointed. Hurry though, the price may not be this reasonable forever.
August 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TheHomePro The Home Pro
Easy install great quality very durable looks like wood
December 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Romy Love it!
I had this product installed in the guest bedroom on a concrete slab. I love it! It looks fabulous, The grout is not a light as in the photo. The faux wood tile has a hand-scrapped look. Even though it's covered by a large area rug, I'm very happy with it.
July 16, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Toan Forget about hardwood/linoleum
After spending hours (yes hours) of going from home improvement store to home improvement store, to specialty store to warehouse store and reading countless reviews of every flooring product known to man I decided to go with the "wood look tile". You can't beat the cost, the durability, and the low maintenance compared to hardwood or laminate ESPECIALLY if you go with a darker color flooring which seems to scratch or gouge by just looking at it. Plus the colors of tile are really neutral depending on which way you want to go.
I started using these tiles just for my bathrooms and entryway where tile had been laid before but now I've decided to do the whole house (besides bedrooms) only using different colors.
These tiles are perfect for first timers too given that the dimensions are really forgiving and you plan things out.
If you're like me and decide to do it yourself and save a few thousand dollars ($1,300 just on the install. Nothing else. No removal of old tile or cost of new tile for about 130sq feet *coughLowe'scough*) just watch a couple YouTube videos, go overboard on the prep work, spend the extra dime on quality grout/sealer/thin set (but save money by mixing your own...works a lot better too) then use all that money you saved to buy some more tools or to finish all the other rooms of your house you thought you couldn't afford.
March 24, 2013