SoftWoods Foam Tiles
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Top Features for SoftWoods Foam Tiles
- Lightweight and portable
- Interlocking connection design
- Lead and latex free
- Easy to install and maintain
- Waterproof and soundproof
- Contemporary hardwood design
- Shock absorbent and insulating
- Includes two borders per tile
Trade Shows, Basement Floors, Exercise Room Floors, Playrooms, Day Care Facilities
Our SoftWoods Foam Tiles offer the contemporary look of hardwood and the comfort of foam flooring.
These interlocking tiles are constructed of closed cell EVA foam. They are printed with a wood flooring design, and are available in a variety of colors. SoftWood Foam Tiles are lightweight and portable. The interlocking design makes them easy to install. They do not require adhesive, so you are able to remove or relocate your flooring. SoftWoods should be used indoors with stocking feet. These foam tiles can be scratched or dented by heavy or sharp objects.
SoftWood Foam Tiles are waterproof, soundproof, comfortable, shock absorbent, and they can help insulate a cold floor. They are an ideal flooring solution for trade shows, basements, playrooms, exercise rooms and family rooms. With the designer color options, a customized floor is can be created. Each tile is 2 x 2 ft x 5/8 inches, and include two border strips.
Clean mats regularly with a vacuum. As necessary, damp mop the mats with a basic household soap and hot water.Shipping
Ships via ground service to your door or freight delivery on pallets for larger orders.
This Product Ships UPS Ground, FedEx Ground and/or Freight.
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SPECIFICATIONS⌃ Back to top
|SF per Item||4.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||25|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Density||Shore C 40|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Wood grain|
|Installation Method||Interlocking, dry lay|
|Border Strips Included||Yes|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year limited|
Q & A⌃ Back to top
is this product latex-free?
Hi, I was wondering if the surface is truly smooth? I received a sample of a wood foam tile from another company and there were small star shaped raised ''dots'' on the surface. Under reflection you could see the raised ''dots'. My assumption that this was to help so you don't slip. Is the product you sell really smooth or does it have a rough or dotted surface? Thanks!
For the outside edge (framing) can you get sloped pieces to remove the trip hazard?
What is the Material Density Shore C rating for Softwoods Foam Tiles?
Very easy to put together and visually it makes a tradeshow booth look very professional. The tiles were comfortable to stand on all day. The only issue was that if you have a heavy piece of furniture on the mats, they get the footprint impression where the weight lies. In addition, we added floor clings and any cling or tape will damage the surface so you have to be very careful not to tape anything to the floor tiles.
SAN DIEGO, CA
I think this company is great On top of that, the tiles look great. However -- and this is a big ''however'' in a home gym -- they scratch VERY easily. And because the foam underneath the dark ''wood'' on top is quite light, it's very noticeable. I actually had to put a rug underneath the elliptical in order to protect the foam flooring! I'm not the type to write negative reviews, but I do think people need to know about this issue when they are considering these particular tiles.
Los Angeles, CA