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Place N' Go

Model # PNGB-BLUESHALE

Internet # 202988313

Blue Shale 18.5 in. x 18.5 in. Interlocking Waterproof Vinyl Tile with Built-In Underlayment (19.04 sq. ft. / case)

$5.47 /sq. ft.
Covers 19.04 sq. ft.
$104.09 /case

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Product Overview

Place N Go flooring combines the rich colors and textures of luxury vinyl with a built-in interlocking underlayment for super-easy and reliable installation.Place N Go's patented "zipper" interlock ensures that tiles come together easily for a durable and glue-less installation.The 5/16 in. thick body of Place N Go tiles includes a built-in, flexible underlayment structure that allows tiles to be laid directly over uneven and rough subfloors as well as over old-flooring, including grouted ceramic tiles.This eliminates the added expense, time and hassle required to remove old flooring, install a separate underlayment or prep the existing floor.The built-in underlayment also provides superior comfort-under-foot and warmth.Place N Go's interlocking system allows tiles to be easily picked up and reinstalled.Perfect for basement flooring, if you ever get water, simply pick up the tiles, dry the area out and reinstall.You can also take them with you if you move!Place N Go flooring is commonly used in finished basements, laundry rooms, entryways and mudrooms, home gyms, and kitchens.Best of all, Place N Go flooring is made from 70% recycled materials (50% post-consumer)and is 100% recyclable.

  • Distinctive blue shale style adds a distinctive look to your living space
  • Vinyl no-wax surface is stain-resistant and easy to clean
  • Enhanced urethane wear layer protects against scuffs, scratches and household stains
  • Patented recycled vinyl composition resists mold and mildew
  • 19.04 sq. ft. per case. Case weight: 45 lb
  • Built-in, flexible underlayment covers uneven floors and subfloor imperfections
  • "Zipper" interlock self-aligns for an easy installation without glues or adhesives
  • Interlocking tiles require no special tools, adhesives, or underlayment
  • Tiles are 100% waterproof and perfect for basement flooring, laundry rooms, mudrooms, entryways, home gyms, and kitchens
  • Tiles can be moved and reinstalled if/when necessary
  • Tiles are made with 70% recycled materials (50% post-consumer) and are 100% recyclable
  • 25-Year Residential/10-Year Commercial Warranty
  • Made in USA

Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Tile Size 
19x19 
Coverage Area (sq. ft./case) 
19.04 
Product Length (in.) 
18.5 
Product Thickness (in.) 
.34 in 
Product Thickness (mm) 
8.6 
Product Width (in.) 
18.5 
Square Feet per Box (sq.ft.) 
19.04 

Details

Antimicrobial 
Yes 
Color Family 
Blue/Purple 
Color/Finish 
Blue Shale 
Commercial / Residential 
Commercial / Residential 
Flooring Product Type 
Vinyl Tile 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor 
Installation Type 
Click/ Interlocking 
Mark Resistant 
Yes 
Material 
Vinyl 
Product Weight (lb.) 
45 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Scratch Resistant 
Yes 
Shape 
Square Tile 
Skid Resistant 
No 
Stain Resistant 
Yes 
Vinyl Surface Type 
Embossed,Low Gloss 
Waterproof 
Yes 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
25 Year Residential/ 10 Year Commercial Limited Wear Warranty 

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Blue Shale 18.5 in. x 18.5 in. Interlocking Waterproof Vinyl Tile with Built-In Underlayment (19.04 sq. ft. / case)
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How many tiles are in a box/case?

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Thank you for your interest. There are 8 tiles per box.
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April 21, 2016
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There is 19.04 sq. ft. per case.
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Can you mix two styles?

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I'm contemplating doing red oak around the perimeter of the room and the blue slate in the center, can I do this easily?
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Thank you for your interest. Yes, you can mix styles, as the base and the interlock of the tiles is the same for all styles.
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March 23, 2016
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Yes, they can be mixed.
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I only need 24 S.F. Do I have to buy 2 cases (38 S.F.) or can I buy them individually and if so how?

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Tiles are sold in full boxes only.
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I know you don't need to use glue, but can I and what type, also how do you cut the tiles to fit.?

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Thank you for your interest. While you don't need glue, you can use any glue that is suitable for vinyl tiles. To cut the tile, you can use a jigsaw, circular saw, or table saw; just use a finishing blade for the finest cut.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worth the Investment One year after install and our floor still looks great; very happy with this product. After 20 years of a carpeted basement I was looking for a more allergen free approach to basement flooring. I wanted to stay away from inexpensive peal and stick tiles, engineered hardwoods (they don't stand the test of time), and ceramic (too much space to cover/messy). I found this product while searching. The click and go feature appealed to me for easy/quick install. I ordered samples and liked what I saw/felt in my hands. I covered nearly 900 square feet with two styles. I used the blue shale for a great contrast and then bamboo for our yoga room. This product has held up extremely well to teenage traffic and a dog. It cleans up quickly with either a dust mop or the occasional wet mop. I haven't had any issues with moisture penetrating the seams of the tile from spillage, or worse, pet accidents. The installation was fast. The tile cuts quickly on a table saw. Even my 12 year old was very helpful and enjoyed assembling the tile. I couple of notes; I did purchase a couple of dead-blow hammers as recommended and felt they worked well. The tile does need time to settle in. At first you might think something is amiss as the tiles seem beveled on the edges or don't click together properly. Assembly takes some practice but then you will find yourself up and running and knocking out the work quickly. The tiles will acclimate over the next few days. The floor will settle and look great. I get many compliments from my extended family and guests. See the photos. And lastly, while they do say you could use this product in a bathroom, I had reservations about too much potential water spillage around the toilet. I opted for ceramic tile in a downstairs bathroom as it was a small area and used a marble threshold to separate the ceramic from the Place N Go tile and it looks great. I used a black silicone caulk to fill in any small gaps in cuts and its virtually unnoticeable. November 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by very forgiving for old house floor We purchased this for a 1948 house with poor subfloor for the kitchen. The floor was very forgiving for imperfections in the subfloor. We only used leveler for one area that was over 1/2 inch off. looks very professional. we added the sealer from the mfg. which took 2 days to get. I underplayed for waste. Follow the directions on where to start in the room. Do not start directly in the corner unless all your walls are plumb. NOT! Very happy and plan to use it in a game room. April 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great choice for active rooms that have to look good I installed this in our basement fitness room. I had looked at a lot of other choices, including the jigsaw puzzle foam squares, but came back to this for a number of reasons: -Simple to install - I swept the floor and started laying tile. This was a finished room so I trimmed the edges to leave about 1/4" space between the tile and the drywall, and installed baseboard trim after the floor was installed. Looks great. -Durability - the tiles wear like iron. Dropping dumbbells, dragging benches around, etc... and just a couple minor scuffs. The floor is holding up wonderfully. -Cushioning - It was important to have some cushioning for exercise, but I didn't want to feel like I was jumping on a sponge. This is a great compromise; about as much give as a low pile carpet, but with everything else. -Moisture resistance - It is an exercise room, and there are 2 puddles of sweat on either side of the treadmill when I'm done. Yeah, I know, gross, but reality. With this floor, it's a simple wipe to clean up. My treadmill used to sit in our family room, and it was impossible not to soil the carpet...which is why the fitness room is now in the basement. -Looks great - actually, this was a major consideration. The fitness room is between the walkout doors and the rest of the finished basement, so it was important that the floor looked as good as the rest of the room when we have parties where people are walking back and forth between the outside patio and the basement lounge area. The slate appearance of these tiles fit right in with the rest of the decor. If there was a negative, it would be that I needed to trim a few of the tiles to get a nice fit, but that was an easy operation. I used my table saw to take off a hair from 2 edges and they went right together. A huge plus is that it will be easy to pull up the tiles if I ever need to. I consider these tiles to be a great investment if you care about the appearance of the room they are going in and you need the performance. September 19, 2011
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