Consumer Reviews of US Ceramic tile floors
#1 of 12 brands of tile floors
80% of customers recommend
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Date created: 2012-09-07
Name: alley zheng
5 out of 5
Alley construction is a Xiamen supplier based stone products and export
stone slab, stone tile, granite countertop, granite rails, stone stairs;
ceramic tiles; bathroom decoration materials: tap hardware, ceramic
toilets, basin, glass shower ; roof sheet and roof tiles construction
materials and so on.
We provide high quality and wide spread prefabricated and customer specified stone products: granite and marble gang saw slabs, granites tiles for wall cladding and flooring; kitchen countertop, worktop, bar tops and bathroom vanity top, granite window sills and stairs and so on.
Date created: 2011-02-26
Location: Perkasie, PA
1 out of 5
"a pain in my but"
We have had it for about a year. I liked how it looked but thats it. It is cold in the morning and takes all day to heat up. The tile breaks very easily. If you drop anything over a few pounds on the floor or something smacks the floor it breaks. We have had to already replace a few. It is very costly to repair and if you dont you have razor sharp stone sticking out of the floor. I would never in a million years recommend u.s ceramics to a friend.
Date created: 2011-02-01
Location: Stuart, FL
5 out of 5
"One thing I'll trust with Home Depot, Tile floor"
When we did our kitchen remodel, I really didn't want to get the cabinets from Home Depot or have their installers. I have heard no so good things, but I did buy my tile from Home depot and actually am very satisfied with it. They had a good variety to choose from, the color is just what I wanted. They actually had enough in stock to take care of our kitchen, albeit not that big. But the price was fair and we were able to get everything we needed. We were lucky on the tile, a friend of mine is a contractor who has the ability to lay tile. So he helped me and he had the diamond bit wet saw to cut the tile and, obviously, the experience that I lacked to get the job done.
we haven't had any problem with it so far, it looks great and we have some left over in case any of the tiles were to get damaged.
Overall, I'm very satisfied with the tile i bought and the selection Home depot had. I would absolutely recommend this tile to my friends and I don't regret anything about purchasing this tile rather then going to a tile store or flooring store and spending more.
Date created: 2010-10-29
Location: Chicago, IL
4 out of 5
"Good tile for the pool"
My U.S. Ceramic Tile from Home Depot is pretty nice for the price. It is a glazed porcelain title that can be installed outside by my pool. I went with the Crater lake lava color. I don't know if it is really lava rock or just named that to get people to buy it. Installing the tile is just like any other tile, so that's pretty cool. I have seen some tile that requires all kinds of prep and special installing instructions. I have had the tile down for about a year now and so far little issues. I had a cracking issues when it's cold with a tile or 2. I just left them installed because it would be a pain just to replace a couple tiles. I think they cracked was because they had heavy items on them, but I could be wrong. If you want some good tile, I would go with U.S Ceramic company for your next tile. I would recommend the brand to anyone.
Date created: 2010-08-27
Name: joan pone
Location: new milford, ct
5 out of 5
got terra cotta look-alike tiles for the floor. easy to clean.
my husband dropped a metal dutch oven on the floor and the dutch oven broke. the floor-perfectly fine.