Customer Reviews for: Wood Grain Reversible Foam Floor
Looks so nice with the borders! if u don't get the grains lined up perfectly- it still looks fine! barely noticeable. One thing to note: it will puncture if kids step on their legos on it...of course this is good practice for kids to always clean up :)
San Antonio, TX
Product performs as expected so far. Looks great, easy to assemble.
St. Louis, MO
I used these for a play area for my children on our hard wood floors. Pros: Good looking, fit together well, nice cushion, and a great price. Cons: If you are anal (as I am), you will spend WAY too much time trying to line up the simulated wood grain across different sections to make the seams less noticeable. It's a big pain. If you get it right, you can hardly see the seams. If you don't (or can't, depending on the selection of pads you get) then the seams are pretty noticeable because of the change in the pattern. Also, I find the edges a little too loose. Not horrible, but I will probably secure them with glue or something. Finally, I thought the finished edge pieces would bevel down to the floor, but they don't.
New York, NY
I installed the tiles for about a couple of ours. Using them in my basement over ceramic tiles. This is A VERY good insulation from the floor. I had previously a cheaper version of interlocking tiles from Home Depot. These are much stronger (and more expensive, though). Overall I'm completely satisfied with this product and can recommend it to anyone. Pros: 1. Easy and fun to install (can be a project to do with kids) 2. Great insulation 3. Soft, safe for kids or sport exercises 4. Do not have any odor from day one 5. Can be easily removed after some time if you don't need it anymore. Cons: 1. Could be easy damaged by furniture as the tiles are still softer than a regular floor.