As a general rule, this isn’t the most durable flooring option out there. When comparing peel and stick tile vs other types of flooring, peel and stick is usually on the lower end of the longevity range.
Even still, most installations are good for five years at the very least. Some still look decent after 25 years!
Several factors go into how long this type of flooring lasts:
- Subfloor quality
- Traffic in the room
- Moisture in the room
If the tiles are installed on a sturdy subfloor, they’re likely to last longer. A weak or uneven subfloor could cause the peel and stick tiles to fail prematurely.
The location where you use these tiles will likely make a large difference in how many years you can get out of them. In rooms with a lot of foot traffic, your tiles will probably wear out sooner. In low-trafficked rooms, they may hold up longer.
Rooms where the floor often gets wet aren’t always the best match for this type of flooring. While some brands do advertise that they can be used in wet areas, dry spaces are typically the best bet for longevity. For example, you may need to replace bathroom tiles sooner than bedroom tiles.