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Place N' Go Travertine Beige 18.5 in. x 18.5 in. Interlocking Waterproof Vinyl Tile with Built-In Underlayment-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued Place N' Go

Travertine Beige 18.5 in. x 18.5 in. Interlocking Waterproof Vinyl Tile with Built-In Underlayment-DISCONTINUED

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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 50% post-consumer materials and is 100% recyclable.

  • Realistic travertine 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 50% recycled materials and are 100% recyclable
  • 25-Year Residential Warranty
  • Made in USA




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Travertine Beige 18.5 in. x 18.5 in. Interlocking Waterproof Vinyl Tile with Built-In Underlayment-DISCONTINUED
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The topsheet needed to make this color was discontinued by the supplier.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by As easy to install as described I installed these tiles in a 9 x 9 washroom on a slab foundation. The floor was not completely smooth, but the tiles went in very easily due to the underlayment. I did purchase a dead blow hammer as recommended, which made the job very, very easy. Cutting to size with a sheet rock knife (around a water heater) was harder than I thought, but the use of a scroll saw made it easy. The difference in the feel of the floor when you walk in the room is noticeable, and clean-up (I previously had an outdoor carpet in place) is very easy with a simple sweep of the broom. A bit pricier than other flooring material, but well worth it - I highly recommend this product. September 6, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very durable and easy to install The interlocking surfaces make installing this product a cinch. I highly suggest a table or circular saw with a fine tooth blade to make a multitude of straight and slightly angled cuts. A utility knife works great for small and intricate cuts. I had to make an access hole for a drain in the laundry room and a jig saw equipped with a fine tooth blade cut like butter. Using larger tooth (wood cutting) blades would have chipped the finished veneer of the product. The integrated rubber underlayment provides comfort and warmth as opposed to tile. November 20, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works in damp basement. I purchased & installed these tiles in a damp basement that I recently renovated. Installed a french drain going into a sump pump, which took care of 99% of moisture issue. I then installed these tiles on the original concrete floor. The old floor is not perfectly flat and this tile conformed to the imperfections nicely. I did have edges pop up for the first week, but now it seems to be staying put. Installation was a bit of a pain but overall would recommend this tile for damp locations. December 27, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Looks like real tile Installed these tiles in my kitchen 5 years ago. Overall it's holding up quite well, is easy to clean, and still looks great. The main issue is that some of the tiles around the edges of the kitchen and near the sink are prone to shift. I've pried up a few, cleaned the concrete, and put down new tiles, but they still shift. If not for this I would give these tiles a 5 across the board. February 25, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Product looks good when down on floor and stays there. It looks good when down, but doesnt stay there. They keep poping up here and there. So every once and awhile i have to hammer them back down.Some were a bit smaller then others and made for a rough time fitting them. There is a black edge, on some of the tiles, that has to be cut off or it will show. Kinda spendy for this to be happening. Easy to clean. September 7, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by I was some what disappointed with the product. The ordering process and the delivery I would have to give an excellent mark. There was a learning curve with the installation. Once I got comfortable with the product the process went better but there seemed to be some inconsistencies in the product. Most of the joints would disappear but others would remain very visible. When the light is on the floor the concealed locking tabs show through the product. The product feels nice underfoot and is quite pleasant to the eye. I guess the pro's outweigh the cons, I have purchased it for two other rooms that connect to the initial project . I guess I will have to wait for the test of time to judge my overall satisfaction with the product. Knowing what I have learned, I would probably choose a different product. If your expectations on appearance are not too high I guess I would recommend it. For me,I think I will choose a different product for the replacement but a dirt nap will probably make that decision irrelevant!! February 28, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product for "DIY-ers". Product is very well made, quality floor tiles. I bought these because I wanted something very simple, but great quality, to put down in my utility room. They were easy to cut (where necessary) with a handheld electric jigsaw and went down very simple without any hassle. No adhesive no nothing. The interlocking system is great! September 6, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Recommend Reading Directions Prior To Installation Kazy, I'm concerned that you may not have followed the directions properly based on your comments. The black edge you mentioned doesn't show when properly's the interlocking system. If you cut or removed that, it may be the reason your tiles keep "popping" up. November 27, 2011
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