Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 242
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ellen Great Product
These tiles are an outstanding product. They are by far the easiest way to breathe life into old floors. I inherited a tiny kitchen in New York City with an outdated linoleum floor. Tearing it up and replacing it with ceramic was prohibitively expensive. In a few hours, these tiles gave me a brand new floor that updates the entire space. I opted not to bother with grout -- it's such a tiny space that the extra effort didn't seem worth it. I couldn't be happier with the results. (See before and after pictures.) I've also used these tiles for the bottom of a closet. Looking forward to using them in my next project!
October 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by melaniehaas Rental Redo
I absolutely love my floors. I used these in a rental and did the living-room, kitchen, two baths and a utility for around $1,000. They look awesome. My only complaint SOME of the tiles were SUPER STICKY, almost gross. When I picked up my order from Home Depot I noticed there was two different color boxes, and the ones in the white boxes were SUPER STICKY the glue was all over the edges of very tile and it was a pain to lay the tile because the glue was so incredibly sticky we had to stop and and clean our hands repeatedly to TRY to get the glue off. It was really bad. Other than that. I love the look and the feel of the tile.
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SunshinyRae LOVE it!
This vinyl tile is beautiful grouted. I love the modern grey color. It was very easy to install and seems very durable. It is easy to keep clean. It was an inexpensive way to update our bathroom. Highly recommended!
September 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BBureau So far so good
We started installing this flooring in our kitchen last weekend and are every pleased so far. After tiling a bathroom in our house, we decided we didn't want to deal with the mess again and wanted something more durable. It's also a lot flatter than tile so it sits flush with our laminate flooring in teh rest of the house. The Ceramica floors are very easy and quick to install. We did get A LOT of the adhesive on our hands while installing (even though we tried our hardest not to), but used Goo Gone to remove it. We plan to install the rest of the flooring this weekend and grout it. Love them!
August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by lmarklar Really impressed with this tile!
This tile is pretty amazing stuff. Nobody that I've talked with in any of the tile stores had ever heard of grouting vinyl and were all skeptical, am I ever glad I didn't listen to them! I laid in a good underlayment, the tile stuck great and zero issues. The grout went in really easy and wiped off with minimal hassle and no scratches to the tile.
I've had multiple people not able to tell that this tile is vinyl and not ceramic. I'm really impressed so far. The hardest part is to ensure that your subfloor is level prior to installing to keep the lines as straight as possible.
August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by k8ie80 Nice product at a good price point
This tile was easy to install and worked well as a ceramic substitute since I didn't want to spend a ton on supplies and replace subflooring. About a month in now, and it is wearing well, including the grout. While looking at samples in the store, another customer/floor installer told me to use a VCT adhesive to ensure there was no peeling. I think that was good advice, although I have NOT installed with just the adhesive backing. I had to purchase a vinyl grout at a competitor because it was not available at HD, but the combination is great.
Applying the VCT beforehand, this installation and grouting took approximately a workday for a 17x12 space. I haven't quite finished the kitchen, but I can follow up with final pics when I do.
July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Vegas Effortless
Quality product, easy installation. Each piece is unquie in coloration and provides an authenic look.
July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AJ Love our new kitchen floor!
So happy with the results! Looks just like ceramic or a way more expensive product. Hardest part of the process was prepping the subfloor. We had vinyl peel and stick and had to work pretty hard to get all of the old glue off. Used contractor's solvent. Three bottles of it! Once the subfloor is nice and clean used the primer which is recommended for self adhesive tiles. It just ensures a better stick. Then laid the tiles in a brick like pattern. My biggest complaint is how sticky the adhesive can be on your hands while laying the tiles and doing the cuts. Use mineral spirits to keep your hands clean!
October 4, 2016