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Lowe's: Style Selections Natural Timber Cinnamon Wood Look Porcelain Floor and Wall Tile $1.40 Sq. Ft. (Save 65%) YMMV

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Lowe's has the Style Selections Natural Timber Cinnamon Wood Look Porcelain Floor and Wall Tile on sale for $1.40/ sq. ft., save 65%. YMMV! Reg. $4.
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https://www.lowes.com/pd/Style-Se...n/50013986

Stunning 48-in planks offer the look of real wood in a size never before offered in a porcelain tile
A remarkable replication of hand-worked, time-worn wood only capable with high-definition ink jet technology
Very high-shade variation and graphic range bring you a true high-end wood look without the challenges of real wood
Rectified precision-cut tile planks create the authentic look of real wood when installed

Overall rating of 5 / 5 stars, with 92% of reviewers recommending this tile. Several reviewers included photos of their tile installation.

I have porcelain wood-look tile in my house, and I'm happy with it. It's pretty cold on the feet - which for me is a bonus - but may not be desirable in colder climates.

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I have porcelain wood-look tile in my house, and I'm happy with it. It's pretty cold on the feet - which for me is a bonus - but may not be desirable in colder climates.

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Rokket - I'm not too familiar with this type of flooring. I'm interested in putting something/ANYTHING down in my basement which is currently painted concrete. Would something like this work down there? My only concern is that the floor is not really level...there's a bunch of small "puddles" or "peaks and valleys" if you will. So I imagine I would nead some type of underlayment...Or maybe something akin to the black goop that road workers use to fill in pot holes. But honestly, I have no idea. The pergo we used for our main floor had like a 1/4" thick of foam under each piece...does this have anything like that? Or is it literally just thin squares of laminate?

There's enough at the discounted price between two of my local lowes to do the whole basement. But if the floor needs to be perfectly level for it to actually look nice and be functional, I'll probably just buy a couple cans of the stuff you use ti paint garage floors and be done with it.
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Rokket - I'm not too familiar with this type of flooring. I'm interested in putting something/ANYTHING down in my basement which is currently painted concrete. Would something like this work down there? My only concern is that the floor is not really level...there's a bunch of small "puddles" or "peaks and valleys" if you will. So I imagine I would nead some type of underlayment...Or maybe something akin to the black goop that road workers use to fill in pot holes. But honestly, I have no idea. The pergo we used for our main floor had like a 1/4" thick of foam under each piece...does this have anything like that? Or is it literally just thin squares of laminate?

There's enough at the discounted price between two of my local lowes to do the whole basement. But if the floor needs to be perfectly level for it to actually look nice and be functional, I'll probably just buy a couple cans of the stuff you use ti paint garage floors and be done with it.
It's not laminate at all, it's porcelain as in hard tile with no flex with a printed pattern to look like laminate. Maybe a good option for a basement since it can withstand moisture, but you would need a level surface to install it on.
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I have the timber ash version of this. It is great tile.
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Rokket - I'm not too familiar with this type of flooring. I'm interested in putting something/ANYTHING down in my basement which is currently painted concrete. Would something like this work down there? My only concern is that the floor is not really level...there's a bunch of small "puddles" or "peaks and valleys" if you will. So I imagine I would nead some type of underlayment...Or maybe something akin to the black goop that road workers use to fill in pot holes. But honestly, I have no idea. The pergo we used for our main floor had like a 1/4" thick of foam under each piece...does this have anything like that? Or is it literally just thin squares of laminate?

There's enough at the discounted price between two of my local lowes to do the whole basement. But if the floor needs to be perfectly level for it to actually look nice and be functional, I'll probably just buy a couple cans of the stuff you use ti paint garage floors and be done with it.
First problem is the floor is painted.
This may cause problems with thinset sticking to original concrete.

Second problem is the size of these planks. Tile requires an extremely flat surface and the larger the tile the more it needs to be absolutely flat. You can spend a lot of money on leveling compounds depending on size of your basement. Suggest something not as big/long.

Suggest you check out John Bridges tiling forum. Lots of information is available.
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