Consumer Reviews of SnapStone tile floors

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30% of customers recommend
2 of 5 stars 39 reviews with a 2 average rating
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    12
  • Somewhat Satisfied
    0
  • Neutral
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    27

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Name:
Location: Wisconsin

Satisfaction Rating:
5 of 5 stars Very Satisfied, 5 out of 5

Review:
"So Very Happy!"
Well over 5 years ago we used SnapStone Tile in our front door entry and hall and bathroom. Loved it! So then we did our other bathroom and was very pleased with the way that it looked also. 4 years ago we did our kitchen and could not be happier! We have a dining room and it was carpeted, after 19 + years we decided to use SnapStone Tile there and get rid of the old carpet. Could not be happier. I am a small woman of 65 years and I put the tiles together myself and my husband cut the tiles with a wet saw to fit around the walls etc We love the look and the durability of these tiles, still looks wonderful after all these years! I would recommend this tile, read the instructions, I found it easy to do and I did all the grouting myself! I did a few each day and took my time, well worth the outcome! Thank you so much, I have beautiful floors!


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Name:
Location: Wisconsin

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"The whole floor has to be redone, we can not clean the plastic residue from the surface."
We had professional floor installers put it a kitchen for us. Followed all the directions and cleaned after laying every 5 tiles per instructions using ZEP. The floor is a mess. We are using everything under the sun to get the smear marks off the top of the tiles and are having zero luck. It's like a hard surface has dried to the top of the tiles that show every swirl from the cleaning process. We can not get it off.I am beside myself as the whole floor is going to have to come out. We have even tried sanding it off and it is permanent. Anyone have any ideas what do next?


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Name:
Location: Michigan
Model: 738-9460 12"12" Mocha

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Dumber than monkeys"
When we were remodeling our house, our carpenter suggested snapstone for our laundry room and bathroom. I was sure that we wanted regular tile floor but I went local Menards to research product. The flooring attendant assured me that this was the product of choice and was idiot proof. She had just installed it in her bathroom floor. "Monkeys can do it" she said. So we purchased and installed two floors that is after reading instructions and watching Youtube videos. After 6 months the grout started popping out of laundry room. Also 3 tile had cracked. Now bathroom has started to lose grout. Called Snapstone about warranty and was informed that installation must have been done improperly. How? No warranty! So I went to local Menards and received no satisfaction from them contacting Snapstone. I would not recommend this product if they gave it to me.



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Name:
Location: Oshkosh WI

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Worst ever, Do not buy, Cracked 2nd day wasted a lot of money"
Tiles crack very easily junk junk junk! Buy something else! Wasted 2 days installing! If I could add picture I would. Imagine taking a hammer to your toilet breaks that easily! Porcelain junk! Reviews at Lowes, Home Depot, and Menards are rigged to get you to buy!


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Location: Bridgewater, NJ
Model: 12" x 12" Porcelain Tile

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Do Not Waste Your Money And Time!"
I agree with the review stating that the concept was great. But buyer beware ... this project will be a total waste of your money and time. Since I installed in my kitchen back in July 2014, I have had 4 out of 110 tiles that have cracked from no apparent pressure, and now I'm afraid to roll my refrigerator away from the wall to clean behind it or replace it in fear that even more tiles will crack.


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Location: Pa

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Dissatisfied customer"
After only a year having our floor in our kitchen and dining area, we are ripping our floor out due to cracks in several of the tiles! Not happy with all of the money and the time that I wasted on this floor!


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Location: Cadillac, MI

Satisfaction Rating:
5 of 5 stars Very Satisfied, 5 out of 5

Review:
"Excellent product"
Reading all the negative comments leads me to not believing their legitimacy. four years ago I decided to do my 14x24 3 season room with Snap Stone tiles. The wood floor was not perfectly level and since the room is not heated and have had temperature swings from a minus 34 to a high in the middle 90's and not one crack. Let me say again, out of 336 tiles not 1 crack. Three walls are sliders so moisture, humidity and sub freezing temperatures have been unable to cause any damage to my tiles. I'm not the best do it yourselfer either but had excellent results and constantly get compliments on the floor after 4 years. I find it curious that there are no middle of the road evaluations either love it or hate it. I have even dropped heavy objects on the tile and still no cracks. There is a ton of traffic in this room as well. Very happy Snap Stone customer.


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Location: Wilmington,Il
Model: Beige 12x12

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Crap and no warranty"
Put this in my kitchen 4 yrs ago and tiles just keep cracking. Cracking in not even high traffic areas. We were sitting in living room and heard a tile pop when kids walking in kitchen. Factory came out and some idiot said first it was my floor which is screwed and glued not any flex at all. Then he said it was installer 35 yrs installing tile and watched every video on install and called factory before installing for tips. Then it was the underlament which was exactly what menaces had set up in display in store. We put heating pad under our tile. The display said come up and feel the warmth. Snapstone factory set it up. So we spent 3500 on all of heating and tile and I have to tear it all up. Factory guy said was not right. He's full of crap. Do yourself a favor if you go with tile do it with concrete board or cement. This is one review you should take to heart. It's not any more expensive at all. Crap product and crap warranty. They gave me two tubs of grout and one pack of tiles and said have a great day bye. Dint buy it others with good reviews will see over time.



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Location: Rochert, MN

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Junk"
Tiles crack all over the place complete junk. We purchased the larger tiles and they flex to much and crack. Ripped it all out and cut our losses! Beware worst product ever! Lost $1,000.00 over the deal and labor not included to put in and tear out.


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Location: Cedarburg WI

Satisfaction Rating:
1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied, 1 out of 5

Review:
"Buyer beware"
I hope this review helps and no one goes thru what I have. This has to be the worst tile product on the market! If you want 20 to 30% of your tiles cracked go for it but I am Warning you this will happen I wish I could post pictures to show you how bad cracks really look what snapstone inspectors identified as spider cracks (impact cracks)not covered under warranty typical wear and tear lol if you plan on dropping anything spoon fork or knife tile will crack I do not believe it is a impact problem thats just a snapstone cop out why I do not believe because along cracks little chips are popping off along spider cracks which tells me expanding during the seasons is problem I notice new cracks during change of the seasons these chips popping off cracks are a real safety problem they are like razor blades family has cut feet on two occasions stepping on them causing a paper type cut on foot very painful and a liability to my family and guest's I have a swimming pool cannot come through kitchen without foot wear or there is a risk of cutting mine or anyone else who comes in and walks in kitchen and with friends with kids and sue happy people in the world this is a problem I used to have guest take off shoes when entering my house now they have to wear them causing problems with dirty carpet ect if you purchase this product do not say I did not warn you cons far out way pros on this product

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