Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 143
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by smrter Easy Install, looks above average
We used this in our lower level guest room, and although we were first concerned because each tile not very thick, it actually feels pretty cushion-y on the floor. The seams are definitely visible, in part because the tiles cannot be perfectly pressed up against each other. For the price it seems like a reasonable trade off, and the color looks exactly as I'd hoped. Super easy to install. I really hope they hold up well!
January 29, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bjs227738 This product was just what we wanted.
We installed the carpet tiles in our screened porch. They were easy to install and look great. They are a thinner tile, so not much cushion, but for our purpose they work great. The tiles will be much easier to clean or replace than wall-to-wall outdoor carpet..
June 20, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by clnacy taupe hobnail indoor/outdoor carpet tiles
Carpet ties ere delivered right on schedule; after two days in basement office I laid them on the concrete floor, 15 X 15 feet. Installation took about eight hours and went very well. a few tiles were just slightly off square and needed minimal trimming. This floor has always been bone dry and was sealed two years ago so ties bonded extremely well, no corners or edges stuck up. No joints are visible and as flooring for a downstairs office they have received many compliments. Am very pleased with the performance and the looks, would recommend to anyone who has a similar situation although as a "fashion" area they might be a little Spartan.
November 12, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by lauraslife Carpet looks awesome and installed easily
I installed the carpet tiles myself, took advise from other reviewers and sprayed them with adhesive because the tackyness of the adhesive on the tiles was pretty minimal and I was laying them on my basement floor which is concrete. I sealed the floor and cleaned it really well prior to laying tiles and they layed out beautifully. Super easy to cut and fit into odd crevices/angles. Feels great on bare feet. I don't know what the wearability will be but it looks great now and seems to be laying out really well. I turned the tiles 1/4 turn every other and it created a really nice pattern. Love it so far.
October 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lou Got this to put on my concrete porch. Put it down and am very happy. Very easy and it has stuck so far, even with all the rain.
Very easy to put down and easy to maintain. I love the look and ease of it.
October 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by VJ DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. IT IS A NON-RETURNABLE ITEM!
At least I got a store credit. I have looked all over this product's page and I cannot find anywhere that it says "non-returnable". AGAIN, IT IS AN ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE PRODUCT. DO NOT BUY!
July 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DC Very Poor Quality
Know what you are buying. Don't expect this product to last and hold up for more than a year or so with even a moderate level of traffic. I'd only recommend it for a space that doesn't get much use and you just want to cover the floor (basement /garage). Very poor quality material. We install carpet/entry tile all the time and this is the poorest quality tile we've come across to date - DC
June 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MajesticRob not too shabby, would buy again.
I got these as a cheaper alternative to wall to wall carpeting in the entrance way to my office and was a bit hesitant at first due to the "reviews" - I took a chance anyways, and hoped for the best. The tiles are indeed very thin, but really look great installed and feel fine under the feet. The proof will be how they hold up to the minor traffic we have in that area. The tiles were very easy to put in, but suggestions I would make is to 1: coat the backs of the tiles with a light layer of spray adhesive - the adhesive the tiles come coated with is LAUGHABLE. 2: use a roller to roll over each tile after you install it to give it a good bond to the floor. Follow these steps and you will like this floor as much as we do!
January 17, 2012