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Made from recycled rubber tires, envirotile™ is an environmentally-friendly product that is the ideal re-surfacing solution to renew, restore and resurface many outdoor and indoor flooring spaces. Resurface old, worn, cracked floors in a snap. Designedto look like concrete pavers but has the ease of a do-it-yourself application - no contractor required. Lightweight and portable, you can place envirotile™ directly on top of any existing flat surface; i.e. wood, concrete, patio tiles. If you want to secure the tiles together, connector clips are sold separately.
  • All-season and weather-resistant
  • To clean, just rinse off with a garden hose
  • Lightweight & portable
  • Noise and impact-absorbing
  • envirotile™ Cobblestone are available in Terra Cotta, Earth and Grey
  • Available in-store everyday at your local Home Depot Store or online at

Product Specifications

Assembled Depth (in.): .75 in
Assembled Length (in.): 18 in
Assembled Width (in.): 18 in
Colors: Terra Cotta, Earth, Grey
Item Weight: 8.75 lb
Material: Recycled Rubber
Square Feet per Piece: 2.25
Vehicular Traffic Rated: No

Note: Envirotile™ is made with 100% recycled rubber, produced from recycled car and truck tires diverted from our landfills. Unlike new rubber, or any virgin material, the content of recycled rubber from various tire sources results in an inconsistent blend. The elemental properties of car and truck tires vary, causing each batch of recycled rubber to react differently during the heat and color dye processes by which envirotile™ is produced. This process may cause a slight size and color variance from tile to tile. Rotating the tiles to find the best fit side by side, as well as securing together with envirotile™ connector clips, may help to alleviate size variance issues during installation. envirotile™ will expand and contract with changes in temperature.