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SnapStone

Model # 11-015-02-01

Internet # 204508550

Driftwood 12 in. x 12 in. Porcelain Floor Tile (5 sq. ft. / case)

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Model # 11-015-02-01

Internet # 204508550

Doing it yourself has never been easier or faster, when it comes to installing flooring.The SnapStone flooring system features genuine porcelain tile that is bonded to an interlocking tray with a rubberized base. It is a floating floor that can be installed over most existing solid floor surfaces without the need for messy mortar or heavy underlayment. In virtually no time, you can transform your own living space with a beautiful, durable, long-lasting porcelain tile floor.

  • 5 square feet, 5 pieces per case. Each tile weight 4.5 lbs. Case weight: 22.5 lbs.
  • Grade 1, real porcelain tile
  • 12 in. length x 12 in. wide x 9/16 in. thick
  • Glazed smooth finish with a color variation of a V2 which clearly distinguishes difference in texture, shade and pattern
  • P.E.I. Rating IV has high resistance to abrasion and is suitable for heavy-duty residential and commercial floor installations such as entrances, commercial kitchens, hotels, exhibition and sales rooms
  • Water absorption is less than 0.5%, freeze/thaw stable, for indoor use only
  • C.O.F. greater than .60 is required for commercial applications to meet or exceed ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Guidelines; skid resistant; indoor and outdoor use
  • Not frost resistant
  • Residential and commercial use
  • 10-year limited warranty
  • Don't forget your SnapStone flexible urethane grout
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for design cuts and patterns
  • Installation Hotline 877 - 263 - 5861 (M-F 8 am - 8 pm CST, Sat 10 am - 6 pm CST, Sun 12 pm - 4 pm CST)

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Approximate Tile Size 
12x12 
Product Length (in.) 
12 
Product Thickness (mm) 
14 
Product Width (in.) 
12 
Suggested Grout Line Size 
1/4 
Details
Break Strength (lb.) 
450 lb 
Color Family 
Browns / Tans 
Color/Finish 
Brown/Driftwood 
Commercial / Residential 
Residential 
DCOF Rating 
Greater than or equal to 0.42 
Exact Dry SCOF Rating 
.6 
Exact Wet SCOF Rating 
.43 
Flooring Product Type 
Porcelain Tile 
Number of Tiles per Case 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Style Type 
Interlocking 
Tile Features 
Chemical Resistant,Glazed,Radiant/Underfloor Warming Heating,Rectified Edge 
Tile Finish 
Matte 
Tile Material 
Porcelain 
Tile Use 
Bath floor,Bedroom Floor,Entry Way,Hallway Floor,Kitchen Floor,Living Room Floor 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
10-year limited warranty 

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Approximate Tile Size: 12x12
Color Family: Browns / Tans
Brand: SnapStone
Style Type: Interlocking
Price: $20 - $30
Review Rating: 4 & Up
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I read that you can use these in a bathroom. How do you install with a toilet?

This question is from Endicott 6 in. x 6 in. Porcelain Floor Tile (3 sq. ft. / case)
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June 18, 2016
Do you installed the toilet first, and then cut the tiles around the base? Or do you install the tiles first (cutting around the drain flange), and then set the toilet on top of the tiles?
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June 20, 2016
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We recommend removing the toilet and installing around the flange. If you cut the tile to surround the flange, allow a 1/4" expansion space between the edge of the tile and flange, and fill this area with silicone or acrylic caulk. Or, others have "boxed" in around the flange,(as long as an open space isn't exposed when you replace the toilet) still filling the open area with caulk. Please call us Read More
We recommend removing the toilet and installing around the flange. If you cut the tile to surround the flange, allow a 1/4" expansion space between the edge of the tile and flange, and fill this area with silicone or acrylic caulk. Or, others have "boxed" in around the flange,(as long as an open space isn't exposed when you replace the toilet) still filling the open area with caulk. Please call us toll free at
877-263-5861 if we can answer any other questions for you. Thank you.
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This question is from Ravenna 12 in. x 12 in. Porcelain Floor Tile (5 sq. ft. / case)
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North Carolina
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June 2, 2016
Since these tiles are not sold in the store, is there any way to get a small sample ?
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Can you install the product over a pine wood floor?

This question is from Oyster Grey 12 in. x 24 in. Porcelain Floor Tile (8 sq. ft. / case)
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Silver Spring, MD
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April 5, 2016
We have a narrow-plank pine wood floor in the kitchen, so i was wondering whether I have to pull up the floor before installing the porcelain floor tiles? If so, what is the product the manufacturer recommends that I have installed under the tile?

I ask these questions because I was thinking the tile's backing might prevent the tiles from expanding and contracting with the pine floor.
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April 11, 2016
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You don't have to pull up your pine wood flooring, you can install SnapStone over your existing flooring. You will want to identify any high or low spots in your existing flooring that exceed the tolerance (flatness) requirement of:
For tile with all edges shorter than 15", maximum allowable variation is 1/4" in 10' from the required plane, with no more than 1/16" variation in 12" when measured from the Read More
You don't have to pull up your pine wood flooring, you can install SnapStone over your existing flooring. You will want to identify any high or low spots in your existing flooring that exceed the tolerance (flatness) requirement of:
For tile with all edges shorter than 15", maximum allowable variation is 1/4" in 10' from the required plane, with no more than 1/16" variation in 12" when measured from the high points in the surface. For tiles with at least one edge 15" in length, maximum allowable variation is 1/8" in 10' from the required plane, with no more than 1/16" variation in 24" when measured from the high points in the surface, as indicated by the Tile Council of North America (TCNA) Handbook.
A 6’-8’ flat edge should be laid on the existing floor. High spots need to be sanded and low spots filled with a cement patching compound.
The overmold on the back of the tile trays will not prevent the pine floor from expanding and contracting.
For more information, or if you have any other questions, please call us toll free at 877-263-5861. And thank you for your interest in SnapStone! Read Less
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Can this be installed over existing 12x12 ceramic tiles

This question is from Paxton 12 in. x 12 in. Porcelain Floor Tile (5 sq. ft. / case)
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February 22, 2016
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No, it cannot be installed.
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February 22, 2016
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Yes, SnapStone interlocking tile can be installed over existing tile as long as the sub floor meets the installation specifications of:
• 5/8” sub floor (or more) over 16” on center joists
• Sub floor must not have deflection greater than 1/360 of the span when measured under a 300 lb concentrated load (See ASTM C 627)
• Sub floor must meet flatness (tolerance) requirements as defined by the Tile Council
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Yes, SnapStone interlocking tile can be installed over existing tile as long as the sub floor meets the installation specifications of:
• 5/8” sub floor (or more) over 16” on center joists
• Sub floor must not have deflection greater than 1/360 of the span when measured under a 300 lb concentrated load (See ASTM C 627)
• Sub floor must meet flatness (tolerance) requirements as defined by the Tile Council of North America (TCNA).
A couple of other things to keep in mind are adjoining door thresholds and door clearance. For more information, please call us toll free at 877-263-5861 and thank you for your interest in SnapStone.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 63 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fantastic product This is a fantastic product. I used SnapStone to tile our laundry room floor and it was the first, and so far, only tiling project I have done. This system made my work look like it was done by a professional. There was no hassling with thin set and the joints came out perfectly uniform and level. The customer service at SnapStone is awesome. They were very accessible by phone and were willing to take their time to talk me through all of my questions. Joe even gave me his cell number and encouraged me to call any time I had a question, which I did at least three times. I won't say it was easy but if you follow the instructions, take your time with layout and have a solid floor that meets the requirements for deflection, your project should turn out looking as if it were done by a pro. April 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect the best tile you will buy ever at any price anytime June 21, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Easy install I don't recommend installing tile if you only have one bathroom and you live in the home during the installation. These were easy to install once we got the floor level. We just put down new plywood throughout. It's only been installed for one week and we already have two cracked tiles. One of them cracked after dropping the toilet lid on it. I don't know if normal tile would have cracked as well since I've never had tile before. I don't recommend shipping this to your home because the trucking company Home Depot used was very rude when I had to call them. They require you to be home for the delivery but nobody told me that until after they tried to deliver. We have recommended these tiles to our friends because they look nice and were quick and easy to install. June 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Tiles not very durable We were initially impressed with this tile when we installed it in our kitchen. However, despite the fact that my husband was careful to keep the subfloor deviations within the specified margin of error, we have had constant problems with cracked tiles. We do have a creaky old home, but we were under the impression that the flexibility of the floating floor made it ideal for that. We think the tile is just not the best quality. We dropped a glass vase on the floor and it shattered a large spot on the tile where it made contact. Didn't even crack the glass. So we definitely won't be buying this again or recommend it to anyone. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looking good after four years I installed this in my kitchen about four years ago. It was a DIY project. We were diligent about getting the wood floor underneath as level and planar as possible and that took the bulk of the effort. The snapstone itself was easy to put together and grout. Four years on still looks great. April 23, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed We put this in about two years ago and we are pretty disappointed. It looked great and then we started seeing cracks, gouges from just normal wear and tear. The surface was gouged right off so you can see the white underneath. We don't wear shoes in the house. We have a dog and we thought it might be his claws, but this tile should be a lot stronger than a dogs claws. We have ceramic tile in other parts of the house that is many more years older, and that ceramic has never done this, and porcelain was supposed to be stronger. That is why we went with it. I think it is more of the top glaze coat that is a problem, and not the tile itself. . February 18, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Great look but doesn't last We purchased with the suggested under floor heating system and followed the instructions to the letter. It all went down very easily, and it looked great when completed. We allowed the grout to cure as instructed and sealed it appropriately. After we were able to start using the floor, the grout became dingy and dirty after only a few days. Within a month we had our first broken tile, but it was under a stool so we thought that caused it. Three years later and over 30 tiles are now broken, some to the point that they cut our feet. In addition, the grout has started to crack and come up. We called the company and they sent someone to investigate, but cracked tiles are not covered under warranty, and our floor is beyond variance, even though we followed and documented the process exactly as instructed. They did give us two cases and a bucket of grout for our trouble, but this fixes less than half our issue. Do not use for high traffic areas. Good for the mud room or laundry, maybe the bathroom, but find something else for the kitchen and living areas. March 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Grout cracked after 6 month, stay way from this product These tiles were very easy to install and looked great for the first 6 months but then the problems started, the grout started to crack and I mean crack a lot in numerous locations, it is now to the point were we are going to have to replace the entire floor with real tile. I followed the installation instruction carefully and still the grout failed. Please stay way from this product. September 15, 2014
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