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Congoleum Duraceramic
Main address: Department C, P.O. Box 3127 08619-0127 Mercerville NJ
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  • Aug 17
  • Greentown, Ohio
  • Duraceramic Flooring
  • 1
  • 40

I am on my second Duraceramic kitchen floor. When the first one chipped and cracked, the floor was replaced. I thought that this would fix the problem. I am now on the second floor and have chips and cracks and gouges again. It has been several years now and I see there are now more complaints. I would have been better off with a less expensive flooring. I have leftover tile to replace... Read more

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  • Jul 23
  • Building Products
  • Bad Floor Tile
  • 1
  • 282
Congoleum Duraceramic - Thank God, we are FINALLY replacing our awful Duraceramic Congoleum tile!
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We had Congoleum tile professionally installed, because it was advertised as having superior durability. What a joke! This stuff breaks, dents, and chips more easily than any other tile I've ever seen. A child's toy dropped on this tile caused the top layer to actually break and flake off. After just a year, the floor was thoroughly cracked and broken, with missing pieces large enough to see the... Read more

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I just bought a house with this "tile" squares. Worst floor ever! Scrubbed on my hands and knees. Always looks dirty! Iam at a loss as to what I can do to get it clean! DON'T BUY THIS JUNK!!!!!!!!! Add comment

  • Jun 03
  • Building Products
  • Gaithersburg, Maryland
  • Duraceramic
  • 131

We have had duraceramic for about 3 years now, but the tiles started to crack within two years. We haven't had this happen before with other tiles. However, with duraceramic more and more of the tiles have cracked. We are searching to replace the cracked tiles, but it is extremely expensive and hard to find. The people who put our floor tiles also did our basement with ceramic tiles and they are... Read more

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  • May 25
  • Building Products
  • Waterford, Michigan
  • Duraceramic Floor Tile
  • 147

We had a entrance, kitchen and living room replaced with Dura Ceramic 2 years ago. Right now we have 5 tiles that have cracked. There has been no furniture on these tiles. We are totally confused as to why they are cracking. There was a sub floor put under the installation. We do have a few extra tiles but I don't know what will happen when we run out of tiles. I can't continue to buy boxes... Read more

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  • Jan 02
  • Building Products
  • Stratford, Ontario
  • Flooring
  • 1
  • 422

This product was recommended to replace our 20+yr old Armstrong vinyl flooring (due to renovations). The installer was very particular, used the recommended products and in my opinion did an excellent job. For the good points: It resisted dog scratches, for the short time we had a dog. We tried not to let the dog run or play in the house while he was with us for 2 months. The tiles are easy to... Read more

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  • Dec 31, 2013
  • Building Products
  • Downingtown, Pennsylvania
  • Terrible Flooring Material
  • 1
  • 450

The salesman at Floors USA sold us a terrible flooring material. He said it was a very durable and easily maintained material. It was a $5000 mistake. Congoleum's duraceramic ovations does not hold up to the area beneath your kitchen table chairs. It has completely flaked off leaving white streaks on the top surface where there was once color. It chips and the seam sealer ( we did not buy the... Read more

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  • Dec 31, 2013
  • Building Products
  • Congoleum Duraceramic
  • 2
  • 591

I would recommend that another flooring product be chosen if you are looking for the floor to last. My wife and I installed the Congoleum Duraceramic product Rapolano Shoreline Mist approximately a year and a half ago. It is installed in a tile pattern with Congoleum grout and the recommended Congoleum glue. The product is installed in the masterbath, kitchen, laundry room, a short hall,... Read more

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  • Sep 29, 2013
  • Building Products
  • Duraceramic Flooring
  • 427

i will never recommend this floor to anyone have it less than 2 years, i live alone and have company occasionally but every time i clean the floor i see another mark or ding or whatever. my old cheaper vinyl just wore out never pinged or dinged. very disappointed. the floor was installed professionally. i chose to have laid like a ceramic tile floor with grout. the adhesives were expensive the... Read more

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  • May 27, 2013
  • Building Products
  • Edwardsville, Illinois
  • Congoleum Duraceramic Flooring
  • 2
  • 493

This product is totally unfit for any floor installation despite the fact that the Mfg. warrants "lifelong limited warranty that your floor will be free of mfg. defect, will not wear out, will not fade, will not stain." The "limited" part of the warranty must prohibit any normal use whatsoever. Further when one has need to file a warranty claim, one gets no response whatsoever from Congoleum... Read more

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