Tuff Seal Floor Tile Colors
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- Fast prep and easy installation
- Stain and chemical resistant
- Made in the USA
- No adhesive required
- Wide selection of color choices
- Hidden interlock design
- Durable and long lasting
- Anti-fatigue relief
Industrial Flooring, Garage Floors, Aviation Hangers, Basement Floors
The Tuff Seal interlocking tile system has made garage floor tiling fast, easy, and efficient. Using only a few tools, and with minimal subfloor prep, your new floor will be installed and ready for in no time. Tuff Seal floor tiles are built to last, and can be moved or reinstalled in seconds without disturbing surrounding tiles.
Tuff Seal interlocking modular floor tiles are designed as a flooring solution for residential, institutional, aviation, industrial, and commercial areas. It is quick and easy to install and requires minimal care and maintenance.
The Tuff Seal hidden joining and sealing method creates a tight-fitting floor. The seams between Tuff Seal's interlocking floor tiles are virtually invisible. It allows you to cover any firm, flat surface, transforming worn floors with very little effort. Available in a variety of colors and your choice of Stud, Smooth, or Marquis textured finishes.
Product can be damp mopped with common household floor cleaners, avoid bleach.Shipping
Ships in cartons via ground service to your door, for larger orders product may ship freight delivery.
This Product Ships UPS Ground, FedEx Ground and/or Freight.
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SPECIFICATIONS⌃ Back to top
|Material Type||PVC Plastic|
|SF per Item||2.17|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||12|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Density||Shore A 90|
|Surface Finish||Orange peel, Stud, or Marquis|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Interlocking, dry lay|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||10 year limited|
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Q & A⌃ Back to top
Does the product expand/contract very much with temperature? How much when the outdoor temperature is over 100 degrees?