Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 67
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by kc56 so far so good
using in kitchen but have not had traffic on it yet. It went down pretty easy and know real problems. Cutting with a tile saw was pretty easy once in awhile the plastic / rubber on back of tile would bind up. The tabs on the sides are brittle and will snap off if handled to much with out taken care. I bought on sale so the cost I paid was ok. I do not know if I would buy at regular price.
I bought on line and had to hope the color would be ok, hard to tell what it will look like when you get it. The one I purchased does not look like what I ordered but it was ok so I still used it. To bad they took the tile display out from the Home Depot where I shop.
October 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Red Looks fine, fits need for future flexibility
I wanted to replace the carpet in a room that might be a bathroom someday. This tile fit the bill, and will hopefully allow an easier potential future bathroom install. The actual tile install took longer than I expected. I hadn't allowed for movement of the floor while installing, so we had to be careful to make sure it remained centered. But the grouting was easy and fast, so overall the project went well.
September 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Freddie I love my new Snap Stone kitchen floor
Snap Stone is perfect for installation on uneven floors, old floors, or in houses that tend to "move" as do so many in Jackson, MS., because it floats on top of the existing subfloor. It is relatively easy to install even for a DIYer, and comes now in new styles like the tile that looks like weathered wood that we installed in our kitchen. We now have Snap Stone in a bathroom, a large den that used to be a garage, and the kitchen. It looks fantastic, is easy to keep clean, and extremely durable. Thank you Snap Stone!
October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Otis 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 1.0 out of 5.0 by Mz Defective tiles
All the tiles had white markings, as though something had been spilled on them. The glaze did not cover the tiles. Snapstone said this happens. It's called "blistering." I said it's called "defective." Home Depot agreed. Home Depot did not even want the tiles back and issued me a refund. My question: why did Snapstone ship defective tiles, and why did Home Depot pass them on to me?
August 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NFT 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 kb Perfect
the best tile you will buy ever at any price anytime
June 21, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Als Stick to regular tile next time
Grout cracking after 12 months. Tiles chip easily. Difficult to cut tiles. I would just go with regular tile floor next time
July 10, 2016