Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 18
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by FixerUpandUpper Good for a low traffic area
My husband and I were looking for an inexpensive quick fix for a porcelain tile entryway and kitchen floor that would become extremely slippery with rain and pool water. These carpet tiles were easy to install, looked great, and temporarily solved the problem. We found the color to be true to what you see on-line, and they felt good underfoot. But 7 months after installing them they really need to be taken up and replaced. They are pilled, coming up on the edges, (probably caused by vacuuming, light water loosening up the glue, and a lot of foot traffic), and a trip hazard. While they are inexpensive per tile, they end up costing you too much if you need to replace them within months. Probably a good choice for a low traffic area, such as a guest room.
January 24, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CCmama Easy to install and looks great!
I bought this product to recarpet my pool deck. Every other year I need to replace the carpet because of moss and mold and it is difficult to put down the large carpet myself and expensive to hire a company. I took my time and covered my 17X8 deck in about 3 hours. My 3 year old had a great time rolling them down with my old rolling pin!
It promptley started to rain as soon as I was finished and for the next 3 days, but they stayed stuck on and look great. I will let you know how they hold up the rest of the summer.
June 24, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LLorona What nice rug tiles
I had ivory tiles in my apt. they are looking old n stains are occuring so I chose to change the look, I added mint walls and a castle mural on the back ground so i went with this green to make the floor look like it was grass all I can say is the room with this flooring looks wonderful. I bought an extra box i am holding onto in case any one piece comes loose in the near future. I would recommend, they are very thin but once down on the floor and you walk on it bare feet it feels nice and soft.
May 20, 2010
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Arcy Fair value, easy to install, love the col
I purchased the olive green tiles as a wall coverinf for my basement walls. The walls are painted cinderblock, which I prepared by washing with a vinegar solution. The tiles are holding in most areas except for one area where the tiles keep falling off. I had to use a double stick tape for the problem areas. Bottom line I'm very pleased with the result and the olive green color of the tiles. I don't know how these would work on the floor because they are very thin.
April 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WVDIYer Just what I needed
I was looking for something easy to install and take care of and this is perfect. Each tile is put down with ease and adheres rather well. When I first saw them, I thought they were not going to stick very well, but I underestimated it. They are thin, so if you are looking for thick carpeting, this is not it. They are easy to clean and if something happens I only have to replace one tile and not the whole room.
December 15, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ormond32176 Wonderful solution
We are renting a beach house and the garage bath had been remodeled, except for the floor. It was part ceramic tile and part concrete patches. The cost of this tile was minimal and well worth the esthetic enjoyment. The tiles were easily cut with scissors and a blade cutter. I had the entire bathroom finished in under an hour. LOVE IT and it keeps our feet warm. I would definitely recommend this product.
March 21, 2010
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by DrZigzag a "not buy"
The quality is low, very thin. The squares were not square and needed custom fitting to get the seams straight. The adhesive strips are sensitive to moisture, and here in the south, humididy keeps them popping lose all the time. I give it a "dont-buy".
June 4, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Tenacres Carpet tiles
I would recommend to a friend, but only for an economical way to cover the floor of a hallway or utility room. This is not a "front room" floor because it is only 5mm thick and sticks directly to the sub floor so it can't be padded. The more expensive tiles have built-in padding.
It is very easy to cut and install.
March 8, 2010