Max Tile Raised Floor Tile
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- 12x12 inch tile size
- Durable top commercial grade vinyl surface
- Removable for repeated installations
- Allows water and air to flow underneath
- Tight fitting tiles after installation
- Ramped border edging available in black
- Cut to fit for wall to wall installations
- Use 3 mm rubber underlayment for sport and court floors
Basement Flooring, Portable Dance Floors, Court Floors, Garage Floor Tiles, Multi-Use Flooring, Aerobic & Exercise Flooring, Trade Shows, Show Room Floors
Max Tile is a raised floor tile that is modular in design. Choose this tile for modular basement flooring, portable dance floors or for athletic multi-purpose flooring installations. This commercial-grade raised flooring tile features a low maintenance, high quality 3 mm thick vinyl laminate top surface in designer wood grain textures and is easy to install and re-install.
The modular flooring tile for basements features a 15-year wear layer for residential use and a 7-year wear layer for commercial installations. The wear layer is .03 mm thick and is considered a commercial wear layer thickness. The product warranty is 5 years.
The Max Tile takes modular floor tiles to the highest level of quality and durability. The commercial grade laminate vinyl tile top surface is a full 3 mm thick. The vinyl features UV protective coating and the surface of this tile will never need refinishing, is scratch and wear resistant. This tile is an excellent choice for portable dance floors.
The durable polypropylene base tray has been computer designed for repeat installations without tile connector degradation. The unique tile connector system offers users portability, strength and stability that allows for easy installations and repeated removals for portable dance floors and outdoor events as portable flooring.
This tile is a great choice for a basement flooring system, especially on top of damp basement floors where air circulation is desired. Max Tile is simply the best non-absorbent vinyl laminate modular floor tile on the market.
For athletic court floor installations indoors, we recommend a 3 to 6 mm low density rubber underlayment be installed under the Max Tiles, for added cushion, quiet, and comfort when indoors that is needed for court floors. This tile is great for multipurpose use rooms in churches or community centers where an athletic combination meeting room space is needed. This tile is non-absorbent and can be painted with court lines.
Max Tile is a tight fitting raised floor tile that easily interlocks together and makes for a great DIY installation project. To connect the tiles together, place the tiles are on a hard surface, then simply align the tiles with the nubs on top of the loops and step on the top tile with your foot.
Choose a warm and comfortable wood grain pattern or one of our popular slate looks to match your interior design and bring your basement floor to life. This flooring for basements will provide durability and quality.
Easily assemble and disassemble this tile as many times as needed. This tile is perfect for residential basement floors, portable dance floors, athletic sports facilities, or multi-purpose spaces such as church halls and YMCA courts.
The surface texture of this vinyl tile features a scratch-resistant top that is designed for heavy traffic. This allows the flooring to be used with tables and chairs during the day and a basketball game or aerobics class at night.
This innovative raised floor tile system offers versatility for all types of residential and sports flooring installations including basketball courts, gym floors, Jazzercise and aerobics floors, portable dance floors and residential basement floors.
The color of plastic base tray will match most of our wood grain designs for improved seamless aesthetic appearance in your sports or athletic facility. The commercial grade 3 mm thick luxury vinyl is available in many pleasing wood grain and stone designs.
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SPECIFICATIONS⌃ Back to top
|Material Type||Vinyl on Plastic|
|SF per Item||1.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||26|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Density||Shore A 85|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Wood grain, stone or slate|
|Installation Method||Snap together, dry lay|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year limited|
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Hi- I have a garage that was finished in - we installed carpet padding and carpet over the concrete. I am now looking to add something in there that will provide a better workout surface. Will this product work with a carpet backing? Also, I'm not going wall to wall - are there edge pieces to clean up the outer edges? I'm going to install roughly 50 square feet. Thank you
I am going to use this product in a garage/hot tub room. will it be a good product to use in this area ?
I am considering installing this as a mat in my office for my office chair to roll on. But it would be installed over carpet. Will this product work on carpet rather than a hard concrete floor?
How do you recommend ramping cut sides? Unfortunately my area is 15 1/2 x 15 1/2 and there are 3 sides with doorways so at least one of them will be on a cut side
Can I put my pool table on top of this flooring?
I'm looking to install a flooring for my daughter to practice ballet at an advanced amateur level. Will I need a subfloor? If a subfloor isn't needed, will this work on top of the carpet or do I remove the carpet & place it directly on the plywood underneath?
I have an old crt tv that weight 240 pounds would this flooring be able to hold this tv on a stand?
Is this a good flooring product for my basement floor that my son can practices dribbling his basketball? We want to make the floor look like a basketball court.
We can get a steady trickle of flowing water through our basement in really heavy rains (once or twice a year or so). Will the edging let this trickle under or direct onto the top of the floor?
I want to use it for my bedroom , but i've read everything and it doesn't say anything about rooms. Does it work well with bedrooms?
We have a multifunctional playroom, thanks to dance tiles from Greatmats.
These floor tiles look fantastic in our workout room! Installing the tiles over carpet was a bit challenging as they do not ''snap'' together easily. I flipped the tiles over and placed on plywood and used a rubber mallet to ensure a good inter-locking binding. I also noticed that there is a pattern on the tiles, which is nice to make it appear like real wood. I sorted tiles so that the pattern would flow instead of the sporadic look.
Love this floor
After looking at all of our options, we elected to use your great flooring for 2 projects. Our Beach Room was completed about a year ago, and we decided to do the basement bathroom with the same product. The results are outstanding.
Very good product, met my expectations in every way!!!
KANSAS CITY, MO
We installed this floor last fall as part of a remodel of most of our house, including this dance studio. Now that the remodel is done and the room is cleaned up, I can say that I LOVE LOVE LOVE this floor! So many awesome things to say about it:
1) Installation was so easy it's crazy. Once the underlayment was down, we just set a few pieces in place at one time and then walked around and snapped them into place. It was even a little fun. We did sometimes have to give it a sharp thwack but, even so, installation was simple. The hardest part was bending over repeatedly to lay new ones but there's no avoiding that.
2) The floor is warm on our tootsies in a room that we keep cold.
3) Barefoot, socks, or sneakers, we have no problems at all. The floor isn't too sticky or too slippery. Side note: it is absolutely in place; no movement at all.
4) Because of the underlayment and the sprung quality of the floor, it's really comfortable to dance on. We use the studio for Zumba, in addition to belly dance, and high-impact moves don't hurt us at all.
5) And ... it looks awesome! This floor is beautiful and I'm so proud of it! Wish we had done it years ago!
Good quality product that installs fairly easily. My daughter is enjoying her new home dance floor!
Awesome product! I really haven't had this much fun in a household project in a long time. They go down in minutes. I put them over 1/2 inch foam rubber (at GreatMats recommendation) for a home gym. The floor looks great and has just the right amount of cushion. It is hard enough to bounce a basketball or hold up a heavy treadmill. Yet is also has some give, so a nice surface to walk on and do exercises. (I put a foam rubber mat on top to do situps). I wouldn't slam down heavy weights from a high height, but other than that, I think it can handle anything. The look of the product (I did maple) is great. It has wood grain, set in the tiny plastic 1 foot square. It won't fool anyone into thinking it is actual hardwood, but there was no grain repeats and it just looked nice--like formica.
Floor was easy to assemble, but takes up a lot of volume (3 carts to cover 40 x 14 foot floor) Needed smaller carts than what was recommended as the cart from Great Mats does not fit through standard doors nor elevators or into small storage closets. Floor itself is a bit slick, dancers reported slick conditions, but that could just be from first time use. I also received reports of visible scuff marks, but our students returned the floor so I have not seen them.
Elegant product for our home gym while still providing the soft feel since we put ours on top of our existing carpet. If going that route you'll need to use a tile or some other hard surface underneath just to snap the pieces into place, being that the soft flooring doesn't allow for the connection; but once done it seems to work fine (although make sure to position heavy equipment stress points on the portions of said tiles where they connect that way over time you won't have a lower piece adjacent to another etc.).
McClean , VA
We used the floor for our first event yesterday. Everyone loved it!
This flooring is not appropriate for aerobic activity at all. It's hard and slippery with a cheap Shiny finish. do not buy for fitness applications.
San Francisco , CA
Our church is in a 165 year old building which is built into the side of a hill (like a barn so both levels have ground-level entrances). As a result, we had recurring troubles with ground water entering the basement when we got heavy rains. After the previous laminate plank flooring was destroyed by the water issues, we finally pulled it out, had a waterproofing company install a drainage system, and installed Max Tile Raised Floor Tile. We've had a few heavy rains since and have not had any water problems, but we are satisfied that if we ever do, the new flooring will help minimize any issues. On an everyday basis, the floor looks great and is easy to keep clean. Everyone loves it!
At the beginning i was skeptic about the product because i needed for a salsa event i was afraid that it will break or separate in the middle of the performances and renting a wooden dance floor was really expensive but it hold it very well my event was successful it is pretty good product some of them where damage on the shipping but i got them replace right away and to add customer service was excellent
SANTA CLARA, CA
These tiles have been fantastic. We have an old basement with slightly uneven floor. The little bit of flex on the tiles allowed us to still put them down. Made the basement so much nicer than we expected! They are a little more money up front than some other options but I think they made up for it in ease of installation and minimal prep.
Great quality product
Excellent product. We are using it in our booth at a trade show.
So far, so good. My carpet is soft, so I placed a thin board under the tiles to connect them. The edges connect well to the tiles, but pop loose a bit connecting to each other. Im a dancer, but Im also a chess player, so I wanted an 8 x 8 pattern in an 8 x 10 space. My brother sawed the two tiles which didnt quite fit.