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ProFlow Drainage Tiles Reviews

ProFlow Drainage Tiles
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  Best Products
Self-installed in yard
Mary from Staten Island, NY wrote...
I live in one of the boroughs of NYC. Our property is 80 x 100 so the back yard is not too large. We have a nice size shed and a 12' above ground pool, grill and nice outdoor furniture. The concrete was cracked and would be such a pain to replace. My husband had filled the cracks with a silicone and needless to say, it did not go with my decor.... ha ha... I would purchase a large outdoor carpet every summer to try and hide the cracks and finally decided to purchase these tiles. My husband was very concerned on how they would hold up with the winters in NY or the summers for that matter. I have to say this has been the BEST purchase ever. When it snows, we have to shovel the back and three is no issue at all as a matter of fact, it is so easy to shovel. I just said the other day,, all the sidewalks in NY should have these it makes it so easy to shovel. The freezing cold winters to not crack the tiles at all. We had a basketball hoop in the back and my son would play ball on it,, bouncing the ball like crazy on them, jumping up and down to the hoop and they have stood up beautifully. We have the tiles in the yard for at least 4 or 5 years now and they are as good as when we first bought them. We scrub them down a little when the warm weather comes and give a little shot with a power washer (on light). and they look brand new. If you are hesitant to purchase these, dont be, not matter what weather they hold up beautifully.
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  Happy Customer
Self-installed in Balcony
Terry C. from New York, NY wrote...
Happy Customer
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Self-installed in Balcony
Anonymous from New York, NY wrote...
I cannot say enough about how these interlocking tiles have filled the bill! We have a balcony with a view of the Hudson River. It was okay before, but the floor was concrete. Now that I have laid these tiles (forest green) it is a great pleasure to be out on the balcony! In less than an hour! We can now walk barefooted on our balcony, without discomfort. We eat our dinners out there in good weather. It feels like an extension of the apartment. Whenever we decide to relocate, I can unsnap this flooring and relocate it with us! I don't usually write reviews. but I just want to share with others the pleasure we have derived from this home improvement!
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  Very Happy
Self-installed in Kitty Room
Rachel W. from Tampa, FL wrote...
This is Coki, our cat, with her litter box behind her. The flooring traps all of the kitty litter so none of it gets past this room! Any cat owner can appreciate that!
  Sport court 25x30
Self-installed in Backyard
Chris L from Amherst, OH wrote...
I used this tile to creat a 25x30' sport court in our backyard for the kids. This is the cheapest tile available on the market per sf. It was a breeze to install and it looks great!
Self-installed in Utility room
Lynn from Horseshoe Bend, ID wrote...
I had a unique basement utility room floor problem. The concrete was never finished, so it's very rough and bumpy. The room has also flooded at least 4 times in 20 years, 2 water heater disasters, one washer hose rupture and one drain problem. And I didn't have much money to fix it. As a result, my options for floor coverings were exceedingly limited. This product solved all my problems, it's thick enough to smooth out the concrete, it's strong enough to support 2 freezers and washer without denting, and it's ″vented″ if we flood again. It was under $500 for a 12 x 14 room. It was very easy to install, once we figured out how, (some very minimal instructions would have been nice on how to snap them together as well as the best method to cut them,) and went down very quickly. It's not really barefoot friendly, but some throw rugs solve that problem. We were expecting something with some give to it, so the rigidity was a surprise, but probably better suited for the room. I would whole heartedly endorse this product, actually 4 of the 5 people who have seen it took the web address so they could order some for various applications. Oh, did I mention it was ordered on Thursday evening and delivered on Monday?
  Flooring for the Hot tub
Self-installed in Outside on concrete patio
Steve from Williamstwon, NJ wrote...
The flooring was better than expected and holds the hot tub off the concrete very well. Also it is high enough that I can drain the water without touching the bottom of the tub. Also is good on the feet barefoot and looks good. I installed 12 X 9 ' area in 15 mins complete, and that includes using a utility knife to cut the 12' edge.
  Didn't match
Self-installed in Back porch
bill stewart from Johnstown PA wrote...
The tiles themselves are great. Tough and serviceable but did not match the ones I had laid down a while ago. Maybe my older ones are out of production. But if you're buying them for the first time, go for it. However, if you are adding on or replacing some older ones it wold be best to ask for a sample first.
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Self-installed in Boat
Michael S. from Hillsboro Beach, FL wrote...
  Wear like iron
Self-installed in Outdoor patio
Scott from Lisbon, Iowa wrote...
Have had these over a backyard (outdoor) patio for fours years now. Red color has not faded at all. No cracks, no breaks, no unwanted movement. The titles were a perfect solution to a worn-out cement patio. Excellent upgrade and great return on investment. Simple to install. We ordered samples first and were very grateful to have product in hand to make our choice. Now it’s time to look into Rubber Flooring’s garage options!
  I love this product
Self-installed in Outdoor wood deck
Anonymous from Iowa wrote...
We have a large deck that had a solid but ugly floor with peeling paint, splinters and many seams., Now our deck floor is beautiful!! This was very easy to install. I’m 67 years old and weigh 103 ponds. My daughter in law and I laid this in a day. Beware that these tiles expand and shrink with the weather. Keep this in mind as you install them. I love my new deck floor!!
  My deck
Self-installed in On my two deck
Anonymous from Texas wrote...
I love it, I don't have to keep on paint my deck every other year. I recommended to anyone
  Nice Produce
Self-installed in Garage
Anonymous from Wauseon, OH wrote...
Quality, nice looking product. Allows air circulation so floor dries. Super easy install.
  Many reorders-good service
Self-installed in Over fine gravel around RV
Arthur Bell from Oregon Coast wrote...
Easy to put together, durable, orders processed quickly. We are using around a full time RV. Next best thing to concrete and actually drive over it sometimes! Highly recommend this product!!
  Grip-lock flooring
Mary J from Palestine, Texas wrote...
Put this in a covered breezeway that doubles as an entertaining area. The flooring is comfortable, easy to clean and keeps water away from my furniture and feet when the wet kids and dogs run through! It drains it away and made this a perfect place for the burgers and sodas. I didn't order samples and love the evergreen color. I'm ordering more for the sidewalks adjoining this area since it is indoor/outdoor. Thank you.
  On outdoor porch in NYC
Self-installed in Outdoor porch
Jo from Brooklyn, NY wrote...
I purchased these tiles (in gray) in May of 2018 to put on top of my outdoor porch in Brooklyn, NY. I waited to review them until they had been through each season. I called to discuss my needs with the company and the representative was fantastic - knowledge, courteous, extremely helpful and very nice. I did not order samples and just went for it. I ordered the additional 5% but ended up with many more tiles than I needed (I still have a lot in my garage, but I am actually fine with that because I can easily replace any tile at any time). My porch is oddly shaped so I did have to trim numerous tiles around the edge. It was difficult at first, but that was because my razor was crap. I bought a new one and it was smooth sailing from there, once you figure out how best to make your cuts. Snapping the pieces together was simple (especially if I stomped on any difficult spots [more likely due to porch being uneven than anything to do with the tiles]) and getting them apart took some prying but was fairly simple as well. I was also able to install a section, walk away, do another section another day, etc without issue. I should note that during my entire installation I was 5mo pregnant with a 1.5yo! The porch gets a lot of sun and the tiles can get a bit hot, but a quick hose spray takes care of it. Last year we had 5 heat waves and the tiles survived without issue. They are not slippery when wet. Water and snow pass through easily, and snow also can cake up nicely to play during the winter. At first I found the tiles a bit abrasive to bare feet, but we all quickly adjusted or we just wear shoes. In the summer we use the grill, a small pool, and water table as well as wheel around our giant umbrella in it's appx 65lb base. The tiles support all the weight and have not damaged the roofing materials underneath. They are easy to sweep and small debris passes through. My only complaint is that I would have preferred them in black (which was not an option) because the material can stain which makes me crazy, but that's a personal choice and I have messy kids! Otherwise I couldn't be happier! Everyone who has visited has voiced how impressive these tiles are as well! I honestly can't recommend these tiles or this company highly enough
  Deck Topper
Installed in Wooden deck
David from Wimberley Texas wrote...
I was replacing two 8 x 10 outdoor rugs on my deck every year as they could not stand up to the Texas sun and would very quickly start to breakdown. I was looking for something to replace these rugs with that would stand the test of time and not get hot to walk on during the heat of the day and this is it. I have already placed two orders for a total of 200 square feet and looking to purchase a third for my lower deck because they that good. I highly recommend this high quality product.
  Great for snow
Self-installed in Garage
Anonymous from Minneapolis wrote...
I have these in the garage where I need to walk and snow melt puddles in the winter. Keeps my shoes dry and reduces slipping.
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  Best floor mat ever!
Self-installed in Garage
Morgan from Westfield, MA wrote...
They were super easy to install and it was nice to be able to make whatever shape mat I wanted. My mom wanted it to be L-shaped so we could walk on it along the cabinets and fridges we have in the garage and these worked amazingly. They're very sturdy, you don't slip, and the water runs right through it if you step on it, or under it if the car brings water in from rain/snow.... Plus it's nice to not have to step on the cold floor. HIGHLY recommend.
  Drain Tiles
Self-installed in Basement
Anonymous from Cottage Grove, WI wrote...
Used in basement where during heavy rain will leak. These were easy to install and have kept personal items dry. They are comfortable to walk on and can withstand weight of furniture.
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