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Smooth Flex Tiles Reviews

 
Smooth Flex Tiles
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$61.51 Case
reg: $4.92 sqft
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Average Rating 4.5/5
 
 

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Happy Customer
Self-installed in Basement
from Mount Joy, PA wrote...
Here is our modernized basement using Smooth Flex Tiles.
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RubberFlooringInc- Customer
 
They scuff pretty badly
Installed in
from Texas wrote...
These tiles scuff easily. I ordered the gray and any time anyone moves a piece of furniture across the floor or anything similar it leaves a white mark that isn't removable. I wish I had known this before I installed a whole room.
 
Easy install, easy on the feet, easy to clean floo
Self-installed in Mud room, laundry, art / craft room
from Steamboat Springs CO wrote...
My floor arrived much quicker than I expected and I installed over 230 SF in just a couple hours. Great product for a high traffic mud / laundry room. I needed to put down some plywood when moving heavy appliances or furniture because the tile will scuff and be careful with heavy objects with wheels. My file cabinet wheels sank into the floor slightly causing some minor dents. Appears to be over the top of an expansion joint in the concrete so it makes some sense the tile may flex there a bit. Good price w/ free delivery, looks great, very comfortable on the feat, good insulator from a cold concrete floor and easy to clean & sweep. We like it.
 
Easy to install
Self-installed in Half bath/laundry room
from Lexington, KY wrote...
Purchased these for half bath/laundry room on slab. Older town home had ugly sheet vinyl on the floor, installed these tiles right over the sheet vinyl, and flaws in the vinyl do not transmit through. Cut moderately easily with sharp razor blade (most took two or three passes), snap together easily. Plan on changing blades frequently. After lining them up and snapping a tab or two, loads of fun to step on tile edges and pop rest into place (like walking on bubble wrap), used a rubber mallet to make sure all edges fully snapped into place. Looks good, easy to clean, waterproof. Seems a bit pricey but pretty comparable to putting down Ditra and tile (and anything is better than scraping up glued down vinyl). Plan to install in second floor full bath, once I fix the toilet flange problems!
 
Excellent
Installed in Basement
from Ithaca, NY wrote...
I installed the smooth tiles in my basement laundry room area over a cememnt floor. It is a wonderful product. The floor looks great and it is good to walk on. The contractor who installed it for me said it was great to work with and he will recommend it to other customers. Very satisfaied.
 
Easy and fun to install
Self-installed in large hallway
from Grand Rapids, MI wrote...
This was very easy to install. It is just what we needed for a floor that was not perfectly flat.
 
So much nicer than bare concrete
Installed in basement
from New Jersey wrote...
Looks better, muffles sound, nicer to walk on, and warmer than the concrete basement floor. Only downside is having to lift, rather than drag stuff around on it.
 
Boat Restore
Self-installed in Boat
from Richmond VA wrote...
This was the most amazing look when completed. It was fast AND easy to install and looks GREAT! There was no way we could have achieved this look with any other tile.

RubberFlooringInc- Customer
RubberFlooringInc- Customer
 
Not used in a typical garage
Self-installed in Second garage
from Eureka, Ca wrote...
I used this to cover a sheet of moisture barrier in a garage that is prone to have a moist concrete floor. I store my F-350 truck, utility box and 5th wheel trailer hitch in this garage. I use an engine host with steel wheels to load and unload the utility box (500lbs) and hitch (330lbs) from a shelf into the truck which requires 20 feet of travel and a 90 degree turn. After three times there are no marks and no sign I have put any stress on the flooring. Note: consider starting the first tiles at the garage door so the first thing you will see is a clean finished edge.
 
Garage Floor Installation
Self-installed in Garage
from San Jose, CA wrote...
Very easy to install. Looks great. Fairly easy to clean with a broom, however, using a vacuum, the tiles sometimes pull up. Also would have liked an edge piece so the interlocking teeth underneath wouldn't show along the garage door opening.
 
Awesome solution for the kitchen with 3 toddlers
Self-installed in Kitchen
from Reston, VA wrote...
I have three small children (3 year old twins and a 16 month old). I had a 8' x 10' carpet under our kitchen table. I have been looking for a giant "wipeable" floor I could put under the table for so long. The best I could find were little mats that just go under each high chair - which don't really work since no kid drops food perfectly below their chair. With three little kids the regular carpet just had so much food, milk and other junk ground into it that it wouldn't stay clean. I came across this site and it was the perfect answer to what I was looking for. Now there is no stress when it comes to feeding time because if they spill or throw food I don't care since I can just wipe it up with a paper towel. Everyone that has been to our house since I put it down all comment on how genius of an idea it is. I would recommend this to ANYONE with small children who are trying to keep the kitchen area clean and presentable.
 
Hard to "Tap" in
Self-installed in Basement
from Royal Oak MI wrote...
Bought these for my basement floor. I've had flooding issues in the basement so I thought these would be great. Love the look and feel of the tiles. They are easy to clean. The only issue is that some of the taps were hard to tap in. I would have the whole square tapped in, but there would be 2-3 tabs that would not tap into place.
 
Great product
Self-installed in Garage
from Columbus, New Jersey wrote...
Floor went down easy and looks amazing! Just what I was looking for to finish my garage.
 
Great Basement Floor
Self-installed in Basement Rec. Room
from Westbury, NY wrote...
I really like the floor. It is in my basement rec. room and functions awesomely. The room is designed in a loft style with exposed ceiling and pipes and the charcoal flooring really works. It is so easy to clean and feels great on your feet. My adult children love it.
 
Great Product! Very Happy with the outcome!
Self-installed in Residential Basement
from Richland Michigan wrote...
Great customer service. I am very happy with the product used in my 1000 square foot basement. It took several friends to help lay the floor during an entire morning and afternoon - but it looks beautiful.
 
Great in Kitchen
Self-installed in Kitchen
from Neosho, Missouri wrote...
We made a 5' X 5' mat for our kitchen, initially to cover a patching job to the ceramic floor tile that didn't match well. However, the surface is so much more comfortable to stand on and the rubber tile cleans up better and looks cleaner longer that we would have put a rubber tile mat down long ago over a perfect ceramic tile floor if we had known how good it would be. I gave the rubber tiles 4 rather than 5 stars because we bought black tile, and it has a slightly gray-ish cast--would have preferred a solid, true black. But no regrets at all. I would have given it 4.9 stars if possible.
 
Just OK
Self-installed in On concrete slab
from Salt lake City, UT wrote...
Went together fairly easily. Looks OK. Quite expensive at about $5 per square foot for material. Thought it would have a bit softer feel. Dark maroon color gets dirty quickly with dust.
 
Wish I had found Flex Tiles Sooner
Self-installed in Storage areas
from Hingham, MA wrote...
Flex tiles immediately converted a dingy storage area into a room. Easy to install. Tough, interlocking design is solid. Looking for more opportunities to buy and install.
 
Great product
Self-installed in Horse barn, tack room.
from Burlington, WA wrote...
I used this product to finish a floor in my tackroom (place to store riding equipment in a barn). The old floor was fairly rough, dirty concrete with a seam down the middle of the room where we had added another slab. All I had to do was vacuum up the concrete and fill the gap where the seam was. I used a sheet of plastic under the tiles as recommended by the manufacturer and then just started laying down my tiles. It was really fun! Changed the whole space. Easy to clean, I believe it is staying warmer in there too. So much nicer underfoot. I really like the fact that I did not have to use a concrete cleaner or any adhesive material. If someone wanted to they could pick this tile up and use it in another location in the future in they chose to. Already recommended to friends.

RubberFlooringInc- Customer
 
Custom floor protector
Self-installed in Home Office
from San Francisco, CA wrote...
The Smooth Flex Tiles were used to make a custom floor protector for my desk chair. It looks fantastic, and works perfectly. Standard floor protectors of this larger size are not available. A custom sized protector was created by assembling 12 of the tiles in a rectangle, cutting a diagonal as necessary and trimming the exposed connection tabs. The results are stylish and the chair moves smoothly and quietly on the Smooth Flex Tiles
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