Rated 4 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by jamoka easy to instal
We just completed our kitchen floor. We choose the staggered brick pattern. The tiles were very easy to cut and install. The grouting did take some time, but in the end the flooring is beautiful
March 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rick Textured, Beautiful, and Stylish
We recently installed Armstrong's Alterna Mesa Stone - Terracotta/Clay vinyl tiles in our Florida room, replacing carpeting that had worn out. The flooring is textured, beautiful, and stylish and complements the furniture and decor in the room, including the paint color on the walls. This flooring material was recommended by our flooring contractor and we can see why. Even the installation was easy and problem free. In short, we are very pleased that we chose the Alterna flooring and look forward to many years of trouble free use.
July 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SAL51601 Beautiful Floor
This tile looks great in my kitchen. The colors blend so well with my cupboards and stainless steel appliances. Love the compliments I have received.
March 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pelle Great upgrade for hard to please family
We had the Mesa stone Terracotta/Clay D4114 professionally installed in the kitchen and utility room after a water damage, and the kitchen never looked more beautiful and bright than now. We live in this architect designed house where every design detail matters and the floor just improves the light in the room, is warm to walk on and looks like stone. We are so happy about this choice and will probably replace other floors in this house with the same floor.
December 24, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by JMR1937 Top rubs off
Actual top surface is very thin. The configuration and adhesive of the top layer is not durable. We have sliders on the bottoms of all of our chairs. We have only had the product for three months and have already had to replace one tile was at the bottom of our stove and we will need to now replace tiles that are under our table chairs because the top layer is rubbing off already. The people in our house do not wear any shoes in the house. Its like the flooring is like the sandpaper and anything that rubs against is will wear off.
August 21, 2012