Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bakingmom Easy and durable
I replaced old linoleum on the kitchen floor with these, around 5 years ago, in my first home. I had never installed tiles before and these were very easy! I either scored and bent them or cut them with a scizzor. The pattern and texture made it even easier since I used it as a built-in guideline. It is difficult to tell where one tile ends and the next one begins. Over time, much wear and many washings, the floor has a subtle shine and still looks nice.
I also installed them in a closet and they are impressive, having the sheen of polished wood. Of all of the vinyl tiles I've installed, sine then, these were the easiest, and the most durable. I'm buying them again for my next project.
The picture is of the new tile in a closet.
February 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BuckMountain Wife can't believe how good it looks
This was for a house we are renting so picked the cheapest tile with a wood pattern that looked decent. It took longer to pull up the old carpet and scrape the plaster lumps off the floor than it did to put it down. I followed the instructions and put a coat of primer down to give it something to stick to. Didn't have a roller so I used a hammer to tap it down. Cutting the tiles to fit on the edges you just use a utility knife to score them and then they break along the line and you can peel the backing off or cut it with the knife. I bought a can of spray-on glue just in case but didn't use it. I did keep the heat on about 75 degrees for several days to let it cure. Buy the last box you think you might need as 30 separate tiles so you can take back the ones you don't use. Be careful when taking the tiles out of the box that they don't slide out and hit on the corners. Instructions talk about using all the same lot number but I didn't even check that.
December 10, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EliK Easy, quick, and painless!
These tiles were very easy to trim, and very simple to install. They look great too!
January 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HappyHomeOwner Attractive, Easy, and Economical
I installed the Regal Wood vinyl tiles around February 2011 by myself right on top of a 50 year old linoleum. Even with my old arthritic knees I was able to install the tiles in the kitchen. Very economical, easy to cut using tile cutting tools, and effortless to clean. Best of all it is attractive. It is imperative that you have a clean, dry flooring base before installing the tiles or they will collect any loose debris. If they are dirty and adhere you may notice a bump or have a hard time aligning the tile. Use double sided Gorilla tape for any stubborn spots. I am going to retile one of the bedrooms as soon as I pull up the old carpet. Thank you Home Depot and TrafficMaster.
May 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Evey Excellent Product
We laid these tiles in two rooms, a bedroom and family room/office. They were easy to install, just peel and stick. Even the edges were easy to cut with the clear instructions included. They look beautiful and are easy to clean with a damp mop and mild cleaner. They are very durable and scratch resistant. I've move furniture in the rooms often and I don't see a scratch yet and its been two years. I have small dog and a 2 1/2 year old grandson who loves to throw things. I only wish there were more shades to choose from.
July 5, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by sbaker very dissatisfied, is coming up. adhesive is not good. should have stpped and returned
Not good coming up, glue on back not holding. Noticed when laying but thought it would adhere later. No ! Beware should have returned
January 11, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Handymanjoe Very Nice Viinyl Tile!
After finding that I had moisture damage the bottom of my cabinet under my kitchen sink, I knew that it was not going to be an easy fix. First I found the culprit was a cleaning solution bottle had a crack in the bottom of it and most all of the liquid had run out and all over the inside bottom of the cabinet. After taking out all the cleaning stuff from under the sink I wiped up all the liquid and had to allow the cabinet to dry out for a few days. Then being it was constructed of a particle board material, I sanded down the swelled up areas. I then painted the bottom with some Kilz primer (water base) to seal it. I left it dry for a couple days and during that time had to decide what to put on the bottom to repair it and not have any future problems. Then I got the idea that vinyl floor tile would be an excellent choice. When I saw this color scheme it was just what I needed and the tiles were not expensive. I carefully measured inside the cabinet so I knew how many tiles I needed and when I started I put the full tiles to the front and the tiles that had to be cut down went toward the back of the cabinet. Also I made sure that each tile butted up tight to the next tile. The tiles stuck down very well even after I had to pull it up to readjust. When I was done it looked really good! And just to be extra careful, I also went out and bought a couple short sided plastic containers to put all the cleaning supplies back in before they went back under the sink. Don't want to mess up the nice tile now. If this tile was put on a floor I know it would look really nice as well. It looks just like real parquet flooring.
July 5, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by megz wonderful for closets
We installed this floor in our closet. We were looking for a cheaper peel and stick floor that didnt look super cheap- this fit the bill!
January 19, 2014