Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 101
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Scott excellent product
Sales person said I could install this flooring over the existing ceramic tile, but I should use a leveler grout
over the existing grout. I did as he suggested and every thing worked perfectly and the result looks great.
August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by njh Love this flooring.
The flooring was very easy to install and looks great.
June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 1112 Quite an improvement
The appearance of this vinyl tile flooring was appealing. It also is easy for upkeep cleaning. Even though I didn't attempt to install it myself, I was quite pleased to see the final results when flooring was installed.
June 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by duck Great looking in our utility room
Not as easy as the store says to install. could not pull apart after minor contact. We had only minor gaps
June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by steamjeanie allure vinyl
Installed this in house when we built. Its been down for 5 yrs. we're very pleased with the durability of this product. we have 2 dogs and 2 children. we have it in foyer, dining rm, and kitchen I would highly recommend this product.
October 24, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Brian Mixed thoughts
Installing this flooring goes very quickly and uses material efficiently when you're in open space in the middle of a room. When you're working along a wall or through doors, cuts and measurements are tricky if you want the tile to line up correctly on the "seams". I'd recommend a random staggered pattern to avoid most of this difficulty.
Because of the sticky tongue attachment method, there was absolutely no way to take extra material cut to fit the far wall and use it to start the next row. It's pretty wasteful in small areas so consider adding 15-20% waste numbers instead of the standard 10% if you're working in tighter quarters like a bathroom or hallway. Having said that, it is definitely DIY-able. It just takes patience, a good straight edge, and plenty of utility blades.
The flooring itself is nice and very durable. I was extending a previously installed floor in my kitchen into the hallway. The pattern was identical from whenever they made the tiles before but the colors were a little bit lighter. I don't think it's due to wear, UV exposure, or dirt. It's just different. I put in a floor transition between the two floors to separate the two different floor colors so they weren't so obvious.
It doesn't look "high quality" but I would use this product again in a low cost flip or basement kitchen. Pick a color that Home Depot stocks in house and you save $10/box.
May 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by FloorInstallationRookie Easy beautiful floor
Flooring is very attractive and easy to install, but a little tricky if you use a style with a pattern as I did, because you end up more waste as you need to match the pattern. This caused me to need to order another box of vinyl tiles, as I didn't have enough to finish the job, and unfortunately they are now out of stock, so I'm having to wait a few weeks with an incomplete job while I wait for more to become available. Also, when you need to make a butt joint between two cut pieces, and you can't use the overlapping built-in joint tabs, you have to use a piece of double-sided tape under the joint, which raises it up a little- you can't see the "hump" created by the tape, but you can feel it when you walk on it. This likely wouldn't be a problem if you use a style that looks like wood. Also, be careful with planning how to cope with a room that isn't perfectly square. I put this in a kitchen with an island, and had a tough time figuring out how to get the faux grout lines in the tile pattern of this particular style ("Cordoba") to line up when I worked around the island.
April 8, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Is not great
I don't like the thin gaps that I have between pieces. I did a hallway and laundry room and it was a good quick fix to a floor my wife didn't like. I was planning on doing kitchen too, but after the hallway which has thin crack and spots that are already separating at the seams I am installing hardwood instead. price for hardwood is 4.25 sq ft and cordoba vinyl was 2.69. when I compare prices and add my preference of hardwood the vinyl isn't a good value. I have tools for hardwood installation. I wish I would have had linoleum installed in hallway and laundry room. this flooring is good for small quick fixes. If you have angles there will be much waste. and for me it made me sick to throw away 1/4 to 1/2 pieces of new flooring.
February 1, 2016