Comparing Raised Wood Grain Floor Tiles - Modular Woodgrain Tile Comparison, ProCourt vs. Max Tile

05-09 - 2016

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The snap together modular floor tiles are designed for creating wood grain look floors that are durable, easy to install and safe for damp areas such as basements and garages.

Raised wood grain floor tiles are commonly used for indoor sports courts, dance floors, show rooms and trade shows.

We’ll compare Greatmats’ ProCourt Gym Flooring Tile and the Max Tile Raised Floor Tile. Both American-made tiles feature a raised 1x1 foot no-break polypropylene base tray with a tab and loop connector system and vinyl top. The tab and loop connector system has been designed for repeated installations - even over carpet - without damage to the tiles. The differences between these two tiles lie in their wear layers, surface textures, style of wood grains and warranties.

The ProCourt Gym Flooring Tile is designed to handle more intense foot traffic and features a .05 mm wear layer compared to the .03 mm Max Tile wear layer. The Max Tile wear layer is designed to last for 7 years in commercial installations and 15 years under residential use while the ProCourt tile’s wear layer is engineered to handle more than a decade of heavy use.

While both tiles feature a smooth surface, there is slightly more texture to the surface of the Max Tiles.

Both raised wood grain tile option are offered in maple, but Max Tile Raise Floor Tiles are also available in light oak, dark oak, walnut and cherry. The light oak and dark oak options are parquet style flooring tiles.

Max Tile wood grain tiles are treated to be UV resistant and feature a 5 year warranty. ProCourt tiles carry a 5 year warranty, but are not UV treated.

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