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Diamond Flex Tiles Reviews

Diamond Flex Tiles
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Great product for my garage
Self-installed in Garage
from New london WI wrote...
These tiles work great, look great and installation was simple. I would suggest using black wherever you have tires in contact for long periods of time. I started out with grey and the tires left marks that could not be cleaned off, I went to black and now you don't even see where the car is parked.
Great easy to install garage floor tiles
Self-installed in Garage Floor
from Dunedin, Florida wrote...
The Diamond flex tiles were just as advertised. They were flexible enough to cover the uneven parts of my floor but rigid enough to keep the floor level. The installation was very straight forward and I was able to cut all the edges with a good pair of scissors. There wasn't any noticeable color variations from box to box so that was appreciated. The results was better than I expected. I would recommend these tiles to anyone looking for an easy to install improvement on an old worn out garage floor. Thanks, Don
Self-installed in Car detail shop
from Maryland wrote...
I installed the rubber tiles in my car detail shop The floor appearance looks great! It installed easy. The only the only issue we have is the floor hold dirt and tire marks very easy and cannot be removed with any cleaning products. We every tried scrubbing it with a floor machine and to looks better but still not clean as the original appearance
best thing I have done in garage
Self-installed in Garage
Verified Purchase
from Port Saint Lucie, Florida wrote...
I installed the Diamond Flex Tiles in my two car garage. It took about 6 hours and I did not have any help. Most of the time was taken up doing the area around the water heater and air handler. It looks better than the pictures in your web site. It was the best thing I have done as a home improvement to your home. Many others have looked at it and have stated how great it looks.
Diamond Tiles
Self-installed in Garage
from NY wrote...
I purchased approximately 16 X 30 of the diamond flex tiles. I alternated between black and light gray. The project went very smoothly and took approximately 6 hours to complete from start to finish. I used a small hammer to set the tiles. I did not purchase the end pieces yet and I don't think it's necessary because the lines of the tile finish off nicely and looks great. The only mistake I made was not planning where my car would park in the garage. I don't recommend storing a car on the light color tile such as Gray because the tiles will stain and it's nearly impossible to remove it. I changed the orientation so the tires always rest on the black color tiles.
Self-installed in Garage
Verified Purchase
from Rantoul, Illinois wrote...
We shopped around for months and finally ordered samples of a couple different products. After receiving the free samples we made our choice and placed our order using their floor layout plan. We chose a checkerboard pattern of black and grey. Within about a week the truck arrived and couldn't wait to get started. The flooring is for our garage which is 20' by 25'. The next day we chalked lines and my wife and I got started. Within five hours we had all the full tiles laid and two walls cut in. We decided that was enough for one day and got up early and finished it the next day in about 3 hours. The floor itself fit perfect and I can't see how water could leak through the joints and the grandkids already proved that. When installing make sure to read directions and have a good utility knife with heavy duty sharp blades and a good metal straightedge and a couple of rubber mallets. Installation was a breeze. I installed it on the step into the house and kept the pattern continuous and it looked great. We have received numerous compliments and it is very comfortable to walk on, even in your bare feet. I highly recommend this product and it is everything it says it is, we love it!!!!! Thank you Rubber Flooring.
Doug's Garage
Installed in Garage
from Wilmington, DE wrote...
Floor turned out great. Our contractor was able to hide and conceal the uneven and cracked concrete flooring well with the tiles. Installed in April. Want to see how it stands up the the Northeast heat tempatures.
Happy Customer
Self-installed in Boxing Center
from Fairfield, OH wrote...
Golden gloves boxing Center in Cincinnati Ohio.

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Rare That I'd Right a Review
Self-installed in Home
from Philadelphia, Pa. wrote...
Rare to never would I write a review. You can't purchase a pen at the office store without being asked to do one. But, here I am. Very happy with my floor. The 20x20 tiles are great for faster coverage per tile. Simple to install. Has a good feel under foot. The color selection is great. In my case I was able to match my Cabs and work station area. My primary home has a different product on the floors. So I have something to compare. ( no I'd not say which ). But the product at my home is a harder type material, it's hard to keep clean and is not aging very well at all. Can't speak the aging process of this floor of course. Just feel I made the correct choice here.
Self-installed in GARAGE FLOOR
from Albany, NY wrote...
So easy to install. I used a rubber hammer and had it installed in less then an hour. Looks amazing and easy to clean. I had an excellent customer service experience.

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Love our new garage floor!
Self-installed in Garage floor
from Indiana wrote...
We ordered the diamond flex tiles in dark grey and light grey, the 20.5" square, and made a checkerboard pattern in our garage. It was easy to install. We just needed a good rubber mallet and a sharp utility knife. We also installed the transition strips in the the front. We recommend making a good straight level line at the front of the garage door, and working back from there to get a perfect straight entrance way to the garage room. Our 2 car garage was finished in one afternoon. So far the floor has just had some basic dirt on it, and oil drips from oiling a bike or two. Both have been easy to clean up. And the tiles feel so much more comfortable to walk on versus the concrete floor. And even though it is a diamond tread pattern, since it is the rubber flex tile, that pattern still feels great if you have to kneel down or sit down on the tile floor to work on a project. I really recommend this product. Shipment was timely, and since we ordered the tile batches altogether, we had no problem with color match between tiles. We had a level garage floor to begin with, so the tiles laid down quick and easy.
Easy to install; looks great; tires leave marks
Self-installed in Garage
from Michigan wrote...
If you are installing as a garage floor, you should know that auto tires leave marks that cannot be removed. Possibly if you choose a dark color it would not be as evident.
Clean away
Self-installed in Garage
from Sylvania, OH wrote...
I have had my floor down in my garage for 5 years and have found--in response to the comment about the difficulty cleaning--that a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser will take up any dirt and stains.
Great Poduct
Self-installed in Garage
from Granbury, TX wrote...
This product looks great on my garage floor. Had recently purchased an older home with a garage floor that had stains and rough surface areas. This product completely transformed the look of the garage. It was easy to install. Took about 3 hours for a two car garage. I had a helper that kept me fed with the tiles. The rubber mallet is a must to use. I used a circular saw to cut the tiles. But also used a utility knife for the small cutouts. I would highly recommend this product.
Exactly as advertised
Self-installed in Garage
from Michigan wrote...
Good thickness, easy to assemble, color and product true to the website.
Happy Customer
Self-installed in Garage
Verified Purchase
from Slidell, LA wrote...
Installed great! Customer Uploaded Photo
looks great, easy to install
Self-installed in garage
from Southeast Michigan wrote...
My garage looks brand new with these tiles. They were very easy to install for a person who is not the most handy. I would recommend using a table saw to cut the tiles. Made it much quicker, easier and less margin for error.
My Diamond Flex Tile
Self-installed in Home
from Marietta, GA wrote...
I have only had my floor completed for about a week but, so far, everything seems great. The first row (I started from right front of garage) took a little time because of the cuts (easily done w/ an exacto knife) I had to make around the garage door sides. Instead of making a cutout for the bottom of the garage door runner (it was too close to the ground for the tile to slide under) I removed a little of the runner on each side w/ a hacksaw. After the first row was installed the rest went pretty smoothly. I removed and painted all of the floor molding (probably not necessary) but that way I could get the tiles closer to the sheet rock so the edges would be invisible and to spiff up the molding a little. The tiles themselves are only 4mm thick and I was a little worried about that but I can honestly tell you that these tiles are "bullet proof". The installation was simple..sometimes I had to fiddle w/ the tiles a little to line them up with the others but it really was no problem. The rubber mallet was all I need to make them interlock. My garage floor looks 10 times better now, as does my garage. Putting in the floor made me want to get rid of a lot of things I didn't need and tidy things up. I would highly recommend this product!! PS I did not buy samples before hand.
Garage floor
Self-installed in Garage
from Franklin, TN wrote...
These met my expectations. The tiles were easy to install and it took me about 10 hours to complete a 20’ x 20’ space although two hours was due to a couple of pieces that had complicated cuts. The edge pieces were a little off. Overall it looks good and I’m glad I did it.
turns your garage into a room of the home
Self-installed in garage
Verified Purchase
from Mansfield, TX wrote...
If you want your garage to present as an extension of your home's living area, the floor surface has to be better than just a gray concrete slab. These vinyl tiles offer comfort for your feet, along with a do-it-yourself satisfaction of visual results. But, like the floors of your house, you'll need to be respectful of what you do on them, along with the necessary cleaning to maintain their appearance. I recommend ordering just a few boxes to get started. Of the few colors I used, black was the only one that had some difference in darkness and sheen from one shipment to the next, but it wasn't a problem. Even with a lot of time spent measuring, drawing, and layout planning, there's a good chance you'll have a few changes in your initial ideas of where to use different colors, and pattern blends. Cutting the tiles is easy...I recommend clamping them on top of a sacrificial chipboard sheet to save the tip of your blade, and a heavy metal strait bar to cut alongside. You don't have to do the entire floor (budget?), but, the look will encourage you to!

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