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Coin Flex Tiles Reviews

Coin Flex Tiles
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  Steve's new garage
Self-installed in Garage
Steve Schwemer from Arlington, TX wrote...
Started on moving everything out of the garage at 11:00 in the morning and moved everything back in at 9:00 that evening. Tiles were easy to install and easy to cut. It was time comsuming but at age 60, there were a lot of breaks taken. Everyone that has seen the floor says it looks like something you would see in a car magazine. May have to go but a sports car now.
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  Garage floor
Installed in Garage
Angie King from Columbus GA wrote...
I have a 3 car garage and it seems to get a lot of use. I tend to think of it as an extension of my home and like it to be clean and tidy. I have been re-painting the garage floor with a stain each year but it continues to stain and flake. I was out of choices other than tiling the floor. I measured the floor and called to discuss measurements. It was easy to get estimates and then place my order. I received it very quickly and curbside delivery was fine. I had ordered the dark gray and I am very pleased with the color. I also ordered the trim pieces to finish off the floor. I had it professionally installed and the floor looks great! However, I did not like the trim pieces. They are made of a flimsy plastic and made the floor look cheap. I had the installers cut the tiles to make a finished edge and I found this to look much better. The dark gray color was a good choice but it shows any dust(or pollen). I am sweeping the floor regularly with a Swiffer and this seems to do the job. The floor seems to be of high quality and I expect it to last a very long time. I was skeptical about water from the tires penetrating the seams but this does not happen. Overall, the floor exceeded my expectations and I would say I am a perfectionist.
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Self-installed in Made garage into sports bar
Tony Hill from Aledo, Tx wrote...
I got to these folks from the images I saw on Google. I called them and gave the lady my measurements and she took over. She figured it up and gave me the best price possible and even helped me cut some corners to get an even better price to boot. The customer service is second to none with these folks. The lead time was excellent. We had our product in five days from purchase and it would have been four days except Fedex had to reset delivery because of a tailgate situation. The product was just as it was described in their online site. In fact it was even better than we hoped for. The texture of the tiles is hard to explain but so cool and soft under your feet. We installed a 20x20 garage in less than 2 hours. I am now trying to find some other surface that we can do to order some more product. I definitely recommend this company and product to anyone thinking about adding some flair to their floors... easy as pie....Note: rubber hammer is a plus.
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  Transformed Our Garage
Self-installed in Garage
Brad Morgan from Sun City West, AZ wrote...
I read all the reviews on this page and looked at all the pictures before deciding to purchase the Coin Flex Tiles. Several weeks ago I did the laundry area in our garage with the tiles and saved my pennies and then ordered the tiles to do the car area of the garage and I installed them last week. We bought these tile to replace an expoxy floor that we have been unhappy with because it seemed too easy to make marks or chip it when using a jack or jack stands. We love the Coin Flex tiles with only a couple of caveats. We have a 2.75 stall garage. That's because we live in a 55+ community and the third stall is made for a golf cart so it is 4' shorter than the other two stalls. When I installed the tiles I started on the 2 car side and put the edging tile at the front of the garage and then ran the tiles from there. All was great until I got to the third stall. I hadn't figured that these tiles need to be connected squarely to each other because of the way the tabs are. It's not like a LEGO where you can offset one piece and all the connectors are uniform. So, because I couldn't offset the tiles, the edging and tiles didn't match up at the opening to the third stall. It took me a while to realize there was just no way to make it match because you can't offset the tiles. So I wound up just cutting the tiles at end of the opening and did not install the edging tiles. It's not a huge deal since I rarely open the third stall but something to think about if your garage is not a perfect square or rectangle. This is not Rubber Flooring's fault - it's just something I didn't anticipate ahead of time. The second thing is that I have a car in the third stall that is on dollies. I had planned to push it into the 2 car section of the garage while I was installing the tiles in the third stall. No matter which way I tried to push it, the wheels of the dollies were catching the Coin Flex tiles and pulling them up and creating a bunch up or speed bumps in the tiles so it was impossible to roll the car where I wanted it. I wound up using a jack and had to jack up each wheel one at a time and install the tiles underneath. Took much longer that way but it worked. I don't know if this is a common problem. The dollies are the ones that Harbor Freight sells. We are extremely happy with the finished product. Also, here is a link to a video I took after I finished the install. I would definitely buy this product again.
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  Great Workshop Floor
Self-installed in Garage
Rob from North Texas wrote...
I converted an alcove in the garage to a workshop. Tiles were easy to install and look great! I cut them using both a straight razor blade and a linoleum blade. Garage Flooring Inc provides great service - I love that they send you free samples and provide installation videos. Prices were very competitive with the big box stores. In fact, they actually cost less since I didn't have to pay sales tax!
  Tile for my garage-mahal
Self-installed in Workshop/garage
Mike from Yulee florida wrote...
Wanted to make my garage my dream garage. Product is more expensive than an epoxy coating or staining but has several advantages over both. No hot tire peel up or wear patterns for stained concrete. Very easy to install. Easy to have a patern of your choice. Biggest advantage is it actually dampens noise levels in the garage. Sales team was exceptional, no sales tax and delivered right to my door. Product weighs over 2000 pounds so it won't move. Garage is 30 foot by 60 foot and I have had many people comment on how nice it is. My wife loves the look of the floor and took the pictures. I would recommend this product if you have poor looking concrete or just want to improve the looks of your shop or basement. I did use a concrete densifier prior to putting flor down to seal the concrete. Additional benefit is that it covers all expansion joints or cracks in th floor but will not defeat the purpose of the expansion joints.
  I now love my garage!
Self-installed in Garage
Diane Gannon from Savannah, GA wrote...
What a great product and customer service. Order, delivery and installation went smoothly. It took longer to empty the garage than it did to install. The instructions tell you to use a utility knife - if I had done that I would still be installing. I used a table saw to cut the edge pieces and had it done in no time. Only had a few extra pieces which I used to line my tool shelves.Looks great! I would highly recommend.
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  Looks Great!
Self-installed in Garage
Scott A. from Townsend, DE wrote...
Looks Great!
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  Happy Customer
Self-installed in Basement & Kitchen
Henry K. from Holland, MI wrote...
We are totally delighted with the floor, the color, and the ease of installation.
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  Coin flex tiles
Self-installed in Garage concrete floor
Steven Nachman from The villages florida wrote...
I love the way my garage floor turned out. It took me by myself about 25 hrs to install an 850 square foot area. Cutting the edges was the most difficult. I used several blades and and a t square. I was actually under I tile after installing the floor and I managed to piece a couple cut pieces that I was going to toss to finish the job. This is my second floor I installed myself. Nothing is better. It stays clean looks great. Easy to mop up.
  Perfect Shop Flooring
Self-installed in Shop and office
Jim from Visalia, CA wrote...
Purchased the vinyl tile flooring after evaluating other flooring option. Quick and easy to install with very little preparation versus painted or epoxy floorcoatings. So easy I had my 10 and 9 year old grandkids help install it, they had a ball. Vinyl tile cuts easy with a utility knife, it helps to clap a straight edge for a cutting guide. Layout is important when using the edge pieces. I layed out and pieced together both ways first one line of tile and could move the tiles to get it exactly where it needed to be then marked and snapped the lines.
  Good looking, functional flooring
Self-installed in Garage
WestSide from North Texas wrote...
I originally wanted the thicker 6.5mm coin flex tiles but ended up going with the thinner ones. It's a huge improvement over a bare concrete floor. They look good, provide a softer surface and seem durable enough to last. I ordered samples of both, and really wanted the thicker but they were too expensive for me. After I started the installation I was actually glad I went with the thinner tiles because of the ease of installation and cutting. I could cut them with tin snips very easily. I have a Harley and found out quickly that it's best to use the 'hockey puck″ kickstand pad, it would tear in to the surface without protection. I expect it would have done the same with the thicker tiles. For the cars, no worries. They look great, provide some insulation over concrete and really improve the look of the garage. I would recommend these tiles.
  Not Odor Free
Self-installed in Pawn & Gun Shop
John Lundberg from Sheridan Wyoming wrote...
Tile was delivered on a pallet. within 3 weeks. We are pleased . The installation is easy. You just need a rubber mallet & a mat knife & a straight edge. Don't forget the Knee pads. It took 5 evenings of approx 3-4 hours to install by myself over 1150 sq ft. I Ended up with 3 Tiles left as spares. We are using it for a floor covering for our retail store. It didn't take long for it to look dirty, but it is softer by far to walk on than concrete. It seems to be durable, it has had a lot of traffic over the past month since we put it in . It went over concrete w/ cracks & slopes and covered it up nicely. It says odorless .... well it still smells like rubber, But it doesn't seem to bother my allergies much. the Smell is gradually going away, but I can still smell it. One thing I really like is that if we decide to relocate we can take it with us! Over all we are getting compliments & questions about it and I can say we are Satisfied customers. Thanks for the good service.
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  Another beautiful installation
Self-installed in Home shop
Jack from Walland, TN wrote...
This is my second garage to install this product. I learned from the first efforts a few extra tricks to be able to be more successful and require fewer cuts on the edges. Most important, that most realize, having warm weather aids in cutting and fitting as well. Especially the individual edging. The end result is even better than expected. Perfect fit, gorgeous appearance and so much better than concrete to stand and kneel on. Thank you for your fine product. A friend is about to order for his four car garage. Guess who will help with the installation?
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  Wonderful investment! Love it!
Self-installed in Garage
Julie Cole from Bowling Green, KY wrote...
Our garage floor was in bad shape and had ugly oil stains that couldn't be cleaned. As we are getting older, using our garage for projects and entertainment, the concrete floor started to wear tremendously on our feet and back. The strain was getting to the point that it was hard to use our garage space for the things we enjoy. I started researching garage flooring with anti-fatigue properties and after hours and hours of research and reading reviews, we settled on Rubber Flooring Inc and their Coin Flex Black PVC flexible tiles. They shipped promptly and we started installing the tiles after watching a few tips on line. It was a breeze! The 22' x 22' garage took all day from start to finish, which also included reinstalling the baseboard trim along the bottom. We used a band saw for trimming, which worked out very well and rubber mallet for installing. As someone else mentioned, the point where the two pieces of flooring link together when you hit them with the rubber mallet does cause a slight lighter color on the edges to show up. Ours has blended in and is no longer noticeable. Even if it still showed up, we are happy with the appearance. The overall look and feel of the floor is awesome! We love it! It does make a difference with the anti-fatigue properties and the appearance has transformed an ugly room into an extension of the rest of our house. We chose black so it wouldn't stain from the car tires based on reviews. The only thing that I noticed is when the car is parked on the floor, the water from the air conditioner or from when it rains, will dry up and cause water rings and spots where it has puddled and then dried. I try to clean them up with a damp mop and they don't disappear all the way, but it IS a garage and this can't be helped. The water does not seem to seep in to the seams of the flooring and stays on top of the tiles. This was a worry that I no longer have. Overall, I would do this again in a heartbeat! The company is professional and easy to work with.
  Laundry Room Install
Self-installed in Laundry Room
Anonymous from Duluth, Ga. wrote...
These tiles worked great in our Laundry Room and finished off the space perfectly. They were easy to install and cut. Have recommended this product to others already.
  Nice product, installs easily
Anonymous from Walnut Creek CA wrote...
Bought this to put under my car lift so that it is easy to clean up any spills Like that it installs with ease Just installed and it lays flat with out curling up Most of seams look to be water tight but some have tiny gaps where spills might get under tiles if not mopped up right away
  From total madness to total beauty
Self-installed in Home garage floor
Marco carcich from New York wrote...
Great to see an American product that surpasses any similar product made in another country ! I first painted my garage floor with a two part epoxy, which I may have not mixed as directions, which wasn’t drying, even after two weeks. Then I rolled out 15 lb. roofing paper so I can enter my garage. That’s when I found your company, which solved my problem and installed it. Now the wife says I don’t have to take off my shoes to enter our house any more ,just wipe I on a Matt. I do a light sweep and I’m done, what a great product and ease of instlation. Thanks
Anonymous from Louisiana wrote...
Everything, great product easy to install.
  A Satisfying Decision
Self-installed in Home shop
Paul from Condon, Montana wrote...
I started looking into garage flooring this past spring and ordered several different samples. I originally wanted the 7mm Coin Flex tiles but due to the fact that part of my flooring was going to extend outside of the garage door I figured the 4.5mm tiles would work better without leaving a gap under the door seal that would allow mice or cold air to enter. After a phone call to the company to get some questions answered, I spent time on their website using the Custom Design feature. Once I had that done I called and spoke with one of their customer service experts who answered my final questions and helped me put the order together. She was very pleasant and our interaction was productive. I wound up going to the trucking company’s dock to pick up my order as we live out in the country and delivery can be difficult due to inaccessibility for trucks. The product arrived in perfect condition in boxes that are somewhat difficult to open but that may be a good thing as it prevents the tiles from inadvertently falling out of a poorly sealed package during transport. A wide putty knife solved the problem getting the boxes open. I was excited to try the product so the evening I got home with the tiles I started to assemble them, doing a couple of short rows before dinner. I was immediately impressed with the ease with which they go together. I will say that of the two rubber mallets I own, the one with the steel handle carries a bit more weight which, in my opinion, helps put the tabs in place better and with less effort than the wooden handled one. I also would recommend that, when you finish pounding the tabs into place along the second edge of each tile, go back to the first side again as it seems they want to pop back up a bit. It’s not a big thing but this happened pretty consistently so I just made it a habit. The factory rep warned me about the possibility of color variations in the black and light gray but I was not concerned about that and they all looked great. The dark colored tiles sure do show dirty footprints however. During assembly, I found myself walking on the light gray tiles to keep the floor looking cleaner when moving from the raw concrete floor onto the tiles. I can see lots of mopping in my future if I want the floor to continue looking as fantastic as it does now. At this point the edging still doesn’t lay as flat as I would like but I’m thinking that I’ll give it time to relax and see if it settles down (I just finished yesterday). If not I’ll use some double-sided tape to help. My original design circumvented the floor drain and left it completely open. In the end, however, I placed a tile over it and cut out a nice round hole for the floor grate. The tiles are flexible enough that I can see the new flooring sloping along with the concrete so I anticipate no issues with drainage. I would really love it if the company would produce edging/corner pieces for inside corners as I have a few in my design. I’ll have to see what I can come up with on my own. All in all I am very impressed with the entire project: Quality of materials, quality of help from the company and, of course, the fantastic appearance of the finished floor. Now I am going to do my best to convince my wife that we need to spend more money doing the other side of the garage to include the car, the motorcycle, and my workshop area. Thank you for a great product. You can be proud of what you manufacture. It is high quality and it is nice to know we are supporting American workers with our purchase!
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