Tennis Court Tile MT2
MT2 Outdoor Court Tile, Tennis Court Tiles, Basketball Court Flooring Tiles
Terra Cotta Red
Top Features for Tennis Court Tile MT2
- Perforated Surface
- Grip Top for Tennis Courts
- Allows Water Drainage
- Screw Down Exterior Installation Required
- Free Floating Snap Together Floor Tiles
- UV Stable
Outdoor Court Tiles, Tennis Court Floors, Basketball Court Floor Tiles, Garage Floors
With bright tile colors and incredible durability, the Tennis Court Tile MT2 product will give you a fun product that's also a great value for an outdoor sport court floor tile that can be used for tennis, volleyball, inline hockey, or basketball. It even works for garage or pool deck flooring.
The plastic pool deck square pieces feature an interlocking design on each side. Two sides of the swimming pool surround flooring tile have eight loops, while two sides feature eight tabs on the underside of the outdoor tennis court flooring.
To tightly connect each of the interlocking tennis court tiles, you'll line up the tabs on one tile with the loops on an adjacent tile before pressing the seam together. This interlocking design in the tennis court flooring material delivers superior court integrity and a firm, stable playing platform.
One of the reasons why this style of flooring material is so popular among customers is because it can flex to handle minor undulations in the sub-surface. You won't have to undergo major repairs to fix minor undulations in the cement court subsurface to make use of this tennis court flooring material.
The individual pieces of the plastic pool deck product each measure 12 by 12 inches for 1 square foot of coverage area. Each of the interlocking tennis court tiles weighs only 0.75 pounds, so one person can easily handle the installation process.
Perfect Design for Outdoors
This product makes for a smart style of swimming pool surround flooring. Our plastic pool deck material uses a narrow gauge rib system for quick drainage, making it ideal to use in areas where water is constantly present. State-of-the-art stabilizers give the product the ability to last under any climate or weather conditions.
When using this as a tennis court flooring material, players will appreciate the high level of traction and good ball bite they'll receive. Our outdoor tennis court flooring ensures the ball doesn't skid, which delivers a pleasing game experience. Even after many years of wear and tear, the narrow gauge rib system in the tennis flooring will maintain the same width and therefore the same playing speed as it did when you first installed it.
Our 1/2 inch thick interlocking tennis court tiles incorporate a leaf spring type flex joint system, which provides controlled lateral give during play, resulting in reduced leg stress. The materials used in the construction of our plastic pool deck don't undergo thermal expansion in changing weather conditions, which ensures a stable playing surface at all times of the year.
Consider this outdoor court flooring for ball or inline hockey, basketball, shuffleboard courts, and multi-use home backyard courts.
Our Tennis Court Tile MT2 product is made from a special high-impact polypropylene copolymer and is fully color impregnated. More than a dozen different color options are available in our interlocking tennis court tiles.
Please contact our customer service team when you're ready to order this tennis court flooring material, and we can answer any questions.
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⌃ Back to topACCESSORIES FOR TENNIS COURT TILE MT2
|Material Type||Polypropylene Plastic|
|SF per Item||1.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||50|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Hardness||Shore A 100|
|Surface Finish||Perforated flat|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Snap together screw down around perimeter|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||10 year limited|
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