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Stone Flex Tiles - Gemstone Collection Reviews

 
Stone Flex Tiles - Gemstone Collection
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$4.78/sqft
$79.76 Case
reg: $6.37 sqft
case $106.35
 
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Average Rating 5.0/5
 
 
Customer Reviews
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  Happy Customer
Self-installed in Lunch Room
Rick G. from Bolivar, NY wrote...
Happy Customer BEFORE AFTER BEFORE AFTER
  Not Bad, Looks Good, Not hard to install, But pric
Self-installed in Dinette,Galley type Kitchen. Washer and dryer aera
Karl from somewhere in Florida wrote...
So being a 50 something dude, with some abilities and trying to be different than the usual homeowner i considered this flooring product. Yeah I'll admit Porcelin,Ceramic and other traditional flooring could have been used and is cheaper, outside the box was for me. I used this Tile in a Sandstone flex tile to match or fit in color wise with hardwood floor in adjacant room. Took off the wall moulding and went at it.Took my time and with plenty of razor blades and sore wrists and forearms it came out nice. Really nice. Under the stove,Refirgerator,dishwasher and even the mud room with washer and dryer. Liked it so much i bought more and did the guest bath,even replacing the toilet with a dual flusher. It came out nice with the paint job on the walls already there. As said pricey but if 10 years is the average warranity, this will properly be down and in good use for a long time. If a tile gets screwed up, peel it off and replace.Just get enough to have spares on hand. One thing to watch for, is depending how you want the grain to run (if your tile has one)take from all the same box and move froma box to box. Don't scatter them out and grab randomly.
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  Lake House
Self-installed in lower level living at lake home
Charlene from Barnstead, NH wrote...
The walk-out lower level of our newly purchased lake home had Berber carpet. As direct entry from the water and Jacuzzi - that I did not consider practical or sanitary. We did many renovations to our new place and I did much research on flooring that could be easily installed, durable and suitable for being placed on cement flooring. 20x18 room installed in a few hours. Clicking together nicely. Hardest part was cutting the rubber product which I left for my husband. All pieces (even the small cut edging) held together perfectly. It has a nice honey-combed underside to lead the cement breath and is not hard on the bare foot like tile. I love, love, love it! And it looks great too.
  stone tile
Self-installed in on back patio
joe from irwin pa wrote...
tile went down in a 20x13 area in less than 3 hrs and looks wonderful recommended to my friends i see where one guy had issue with utility knife and blades used i used a pair of Wiss tin snips and it cut like butter even when i had to trim a couple of pieces, used a number 2 pencil to mark tile and it will wipe off with soapy water.
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  BLACK MARBLE EXCEEDED EXPECTATIONS
Installed in Living, Dining Room, Kitchen, Covered Porch, Foyer
C L Hart from Wichita, KS wrote...
After spending months online researching various flooring products, reading countless reviews, and visiting numerous retailers, we decided to go with the black marble stone flex tiles in our new home. So far, overall, we couldn't be happier with the ultramodern appearance, ease of installation and clean ability. Three weeks after placing our order via telephone with A.J., our 72 cases of tile arrived via truck, in stellar packaging, on pallets, for easy handling and stackability in our garage. Per instructions, we acclimated the tile to our home's temperature. The tiles installed easily, clicking together with a rubber mallet or simply by stepping on them. We have a slab home, no basement, just concrete floors. Our concrete crew did a great job of leveling, so the tile didn't need any filler prior to placement. Using a straight edge and utility knife, we creased the tile; folded it back and forth a bit; and installed it. In order to make the complicated cuts, we marked the tiles with an ink pen. Wet wipes erased all traces of the marks. One tip: the warmer the tile, the easier it cuts. The tile's warm and soft underfoot, noise absorbent and doesn't sound hollow or click clack when walked on. As for the tile's durability, only time will tell, but so far...A+ on all accounts!
  Garage floor
Self-installed in Garage
Matt P. from Turlock. CA wrote...
My son and I installed the Stone Flex tiles in the garage on a hot Saturday. Installation was a breeze and the final result looks amazing, nothing but compliments from everyone that has seen the floor. Kim was a delite to work with, I definitely recommend this flooring over epoxy painted floors and RubberInc. seems to be a very legitimate company , Thanks again.
  Quality Tiles
Self-installed in Basement
Anonymous from Yacolt, WA wrote...
Patterns consistent. Product has nice flexibility and thick enough to provide a strong floor covering. For the most part, tabs fit together very well. (Be aware, when cutting for corners, etc., that tabs along one edge won't match tabs along the adjacent edge - just keep the tile orientation the same and you won't have any problem.) I looked at a lot of alternatives for covering a concrete basement floor in a utility room, and this turns out to be the best option for me. Definitely recommended.
  Beautiful
Self-installed in Bathroom
Anonymous from Fort Morgan, CO wrote...
This is the first time I've ever tackled a flooring job by myself. I was very pleased at how easily this went together and the best thing is NO GLUE!
  Rose stone
Self-installed in Bedroom and bathroom
Anonymous from Jacksonville NC wrote...
Easy to install, cut, but just pricey
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  Happy Customer
Self-installed in Barn
Karen D. from Mount Airy, MD wrote...
I'm so glad we shopped at Flooring Inc, we are thrilled with our Stone Flex floors in the tack room of our barn. I wasn't sure what we were going to do when we took up the old flooring and tried to put down peel and stick vinyl tiles -- the adhesive would not set because the Tack Room (while it does have a wall heater), is not thermostatically controlled and that was impacting the integrity of the adhesive. Interlocking stone flex flooring was the perfect solution. It looks nice, yet is very durable for a tack room. It was very easy to install. We started by making one horizontal and one vertical row in the middle of the room and then filled in from there. Just like putting together a puzzle. The floor feels good and we have not had any issues. I would definitely use this product again. Thanks for all of your help
  A step up
Self-installed in Hallway moving onto the living room
Kim Larsen from Las Vegas wrote...
Love the tiles. Changes the whole look of my house, cleaner , classier and so much easier to clean. I am ecstatic.
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  Stone Flex Tiles feedback
Self-installed in Bathroom
William O. from Oak Lawn, IL wrote...
I wanted to reach out and say thank you for the wonderful experience and fantastic product. My wife and I are thrilled with our new bathroom floor. It’s so easy to use and install. You have terrific customer service and I really appreciate how you reach out after I inquired about samples. Just great, will definitely recommend to anyone who asks. Thanks!!!!
  porch tile
Self-installed in Screened porch
Dan from burtonsville MD wrote...
easy to install
  Stone Flex Tiles
Self-installed in Kitchen
Marlyn from Gloucester City, NJ wrote...
This floor looks beautiful and was so easy to install. I have a historic house, with additions so only half my kitchen is over a basement and the rest is over a slab making the floor anything but level. The flexibility of the tiles hides that and evens out the temperature and feels comfortable underfoot.
  Love it
Self-installed in Kitchen
John m from Webster NY wrote...
Best floor ever!!! So. Simple to install we were done installing it in about 5 hrs everything just snapped together we are going to order more for our laundry room.
  goog
Self-installed in 48888 Kitchen
Roberta Osmolinski from Stanton, Mi. wrote...
looks wonderful
  Easy install
Self-installed in Bathroom
Jeffrey Meyer from Clintondale N.Y. wrote...
These tiles went down really easy and quickly! Extremely nice product! Put down a bathroom floor in 33 min! Looks great! Going to do 2 other rooms in my house now after seeing and installing these tiles! Rubber flooring INC. is really GREAT to deal with!! thank You
  Using them for our trade show display flooring
Self-installed in Trade show
Anonymous from Onalaska, wi wrote...
Fits perfect for 4 10’x10’ booths and looks good too.
  Stone flex tiles
Self-installed in bathroom
Carrie from Pottsville wrote...
So happy with how this flooring turned out. I was able to install it myself in our bathroom while my husband was away for a weekend to surprise him! Easy to work with and install especially the more you handle it. Would definitely recommend this product to others. In fact my sister in law came to see it and loves it. Wants to do her bathroom too!
  New travertine basement
Self-installed in Basement
Jane from Marcellus, NY wrote...
I am very happy with my travertine look vinyl interlocking tile. I put it in the basement, which is a multi-purpose space - playroom, sewing room, laundry and storage. I put the tiles over a cement floor that was relatively level, so I didn't need to do any work on that first. The project moved along very quickly - especially once the tiles acclimated to the room temperature. Cutting the tiles was a bit more difficult that it appeared on the video - but not so that it created a problem. The floor looks great - feels great and is such an improvement over the cement. I would highly recommend this product. Everyone is amazed that I installed it myself. I'm kind of amazed, too!
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