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May 26, 2011
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[Home Depot] NewAge Garage PVC Flooring VersaRoll 7.5' x 17' - Sale $129.00 YMMV

NEWAGE PRODUCTS PVC VersaRoll 7.5' x 17' for garage flooring. Reg $149.00, on sale $129.00 ($20 off YMMV).

Originally I was looking for garage floor coating, but many said those epoxy coatings are not as durable as floor tiles or pvc rolls; and they seems taking long time (3 days) to dry completely.
I see Costco has larger pvc roll, 9' x 20', for $199. But $129 seems pretty good price to try as the difference is quite significant for two rolls.
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Thanks for posting this OP

Was just looking into these products this afternoon. Looks like Costco is selling the versaroll "pro" version that's 0.5mm thicker. Does this actually make a difference? No clue.

Can anyone advise of their experience with these products?
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Jun 7, 2014
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Well, 7.5'x17' = 127.5 feet squared for $129.99, which is $1.02 per sq foot

9'x20' = 180 feet squared for $199.99, which is $1.11 per sq foot
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Tempting. Damn, now you've got me thinking seriously about this when it used to be just a passing thought....
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Bishop8 wrote: Tempting. Damn, now you've got me thinking seriously about this when it used to be just a passing thought....
Same here.
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wasabi wrote: Thanks for posting this OP

Was just looking into these products this afternoon. Looks like Costco is selling the versaroll "pro" version that's 0.5mm thicker. Does this actually make a difference? No clue.

Can anyone advise of their experience with these products?
The reviews online are mostly positive about this product.
Personally, I haven't seen/compared the pro vs non-pro-version. I heard that the pro version is thicker, that is probably heavier so that the sheet edges might roll up less easier. But so far I haven't seen complaint about edges roll-ups.

HD US site
http://www.homedepot.com/p/NewAge-Produ ... er_reviews

Reviews on non-pro-version (I think) @Costco before
http://reviews.costco.com/2070/11678133 ... TextLength

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