Garage Floor Tile Coin
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Top Features for Garage Floor Tile Coin
- Easy snap together modular floor tiles
- Durable 10000 lbs load rated
- Unique tab and loop connector system
- Easy to disassemble and re-assemble as needed
- Portable flooring for home and industry
- Colors are vibrant
- Coin, diamond and flat top surface pattern options
- Border and corner ramped edging available
Garage Floor, Event Floors, Trade Show Flooring, Portable Flooring
The best interlocking garage floor tile on the market at the best prices. This snap together modular garage flooring option is available in coin top surface pattern design. Use this floor tile for garage floors, trade show and events floors indoors and out of the sun. For exterior installations choose a perforated floor tile.
To snap connect the tiles together, always work out away from the loop edges of the tiles. Simply lay the tab side of one tile on top of the loop side of the adjacent tile and gently step with a tapping motion on the top tile to set the tile down into place. The need to step on the tile vs. simply using your hands, speaks to the durable nature of the tab and loop connector system and tight fitting nature of this floor tile. The initial installation of this floor tile will require more pressure, subsequent installations will require less pressure.
The unique computer designed tab and loop connector system of this tile is the best on the market. The connector design holds each tile together very securely and with no play between the tiles. The unique design of the tab connector system makes the tiles easy to disassemble for repeated installations. When installed the floor the tiles will stay together firmly over time and will not shift or separate. To separate the tiles simply lift up one row of tiles that have the loops over the tabs, and with a slight downward motion the entire row of tiles will separate. This makes this modular floor tile extremely fast to disassemble and and excellent choice for portable and temporary installations for events and trade shows floors.
This product has been computer tested to handle well over 10,000 lbs. per SF of static weight load. The underside structure of this floor tile has been uniquely designed to carry heavy loads without deflection or tile deformation over time. This means you can drive and park your heavy trucks on this floor tile in home garages and industrial locations.
This snap together floor tile is manufactured in the USA with high quality no break polypropylene material, and colored with deep rich colors that are throughout the entire modular floor tile.
To cut the tiles for wall to wall and special fit installations, use a power saw to cut the tiles. Always use safety glasses when using power tools.
Ramped border strips and corner pieces are available for this floor tile that snap onto the main tiles. Make a finished edge on this flooring system with our border and corner pieces. See related products.
Not designed for use with forklifts.
Clean with damp mop, hot water and common household floor cleaner.Shipping
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SPECIFICATIONS⌃ Back to top
|Material Type||Polypropylene Plastic|
|SF per Item||1.02|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||24|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Density||Shore A 100|
|Surface Finish||Coin top|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Snap together dry lay|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 years limited|
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can the border ramps come in YELLOW
Can these be glued down?
Can this be installed on a playhouse plywood subfloor? Do you ship to Canada? Tks.
can these be used on a playground exposed to the element?
I have some cracks in the floor. One side is up about a quarter of an inch higher than the other side. Floor also slips slightly.( felled foundation). Would the tile handle it or would it cause problems with installation?
Perfect Solution for my basement recording studio. I occasionally get some seepage through the walls and didn't want to put down anything with wood or carpet that could get damp and smelly. The tiles went down faster than any flooring I have ever laid. 6 hours to do 300 square feet, including some tricky trimming. BE CAREFUL, if like me, you use a radial arm saw to cut the tiles, the saw arm needs to be moved in the opposite direction that you would use for wood. Damn near clocked myself and jammed the saw before I remembered. The only drawback I can see, is a slight clacking sound when you walk on the tiles. This can be avoided by putting down a thin layer of rolled rubber under the tiles, something I may do in the future if the sound becomes problematic. All in all, money well spent!