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Is your garage cluttered, dark, and dirty? Does standing on the concrete floor for long periods of time bother your knees and back? can quickly and easily transform your garage into a versatile, stylish, and safe area. Best of all, the tiles are comfortable to stand on, and are easy to install - they make for a DIY project that you can install in a weekend. Garage tiles transform your dull, cold, unattractive garage floor into a much more practical, versatile workspace.


At Greatmats, we offer a large selection of tiles that are designed for a quick and easy installation. The tiles can be uninstalled in the future if needed. They're easy to transport, too, making them ideal for events such as car shows. They make for an impressive, beautiful finish suitable for a garage, workspace, or car showroom.

Do you have the following problems with your garage?

  1. Concrete floors that become slick when they're wet, creating a slipping hazard
  2. An unsightly, dark, unwelcoming appearance that detracts from your home
  3. Aching back and knees after working in your garage for even short periods of time because of the hard, cold floor
  4. Loud reverberation when you use tools or work in your garage, making for an unpleasant environment
  5. Holes, deterioration, or other damage in your garage floor that will get worse over time
  6. Moisture accumulating below your concrete garage floor, causing the floor to degrade

Garage Flooring Tiles Can Help To:

  1. Create a safe working surface with excellent traction, even when wet
  2. Completely transform the appearance of your garage without investing serious money
  3. Ease the strain of standing and working on your concrete garage floor
  4. Help to muffle the noise of using tools
  5. Prevent wear and tear to the concrete floor and conceal flooring imperfections
  6. Create a multi-purpose space, such as one which incorporates a garage gym

If you've looked into rebuilding or reflooring your garage, then you already know that it can be prohibitively expensive. You'll need to work with a contractor or building professional, and will lose the use of your garage while the project takes place. But what if you could transform your garage floor yourself, without a single professional, and at a price that won't drain your budget? Garage floor tiles allow you to do just that. Transform your garage into what you want it to be, whether your dream is an inviting workspace, a vehicle showroom, or a functional gym area.

You'll find that most of our garage floor tile options feature snap-together or interlocking designs. These snap together garage floors make installation both easy and simple, so you can install the tiles yourself, without professional help. This will save you both time and money. Because our interlocking tiles have a tight, secure finish, they won't separate over time. But if you do need to remove the tiles, you can just disconnect them to uninstall them. When you're ready, you can reinstall them again.

This ability to remove your garage floor tiles means that it's easy to clean beneath them. Just remove the tiles, clean the floor, allow it to dry, and you'll be ready to reinstall the tiles again. The interlocking tiles are made so that they can be connected and disconnected repeatedly without weakening or damaging the tiles. This is a convenient advantage offered by snap together garage floors, especially if you're working in an area where you may need to access your subfloor repeatedly in the future.

Most of our garage flooring is made of PVC plastic, but polypropylene raised tiles have the greatest load bearing capacity if you're planning to store vehicles or other heavy equipment in the space. Rubber flooring, which is both strong and durable, is another practical choice for use in garages. Keep in mind, though, that rubber flooring shouldn't be used under or around areas where you'll be storing vehicles.

We'll break out the details you need to know about the different garage flooring options below.

Why Choose Greatmats?


As a national leader in garage flooring, Greatmats offers more than 40 different flooring options, all at unbeatable prices. We stock a wide range of snap together garage tiles that make installation a breeze while offering you beautiful results and a new garage floor that looks great.

Because we understand that you need a quality product that will last, we've taken the time to carefully select the best garage flooring options available. Our tiles are highly durable, and many of them can handle more than 20,000 pounds of static load per square foot. These tiles are fully capable of handling most projects and applications for your garage, whether you want to store vehicles or install a gym in the space. Our heavy duty tiles will hold up to the demands of even the busiest garage. It's this type of durability and top performance that we look for in choosing the products we offer you.

Choosing Your Garage Flooring


Because Greatmats offers a wide selection of flooring, you'll have plenty of choices when it comes to selecting your new garage floor. Consider the following factors when choosing the flooring that's right for you.
  • Style
  • Ease of installation
  • Amount of weight the flooring will bear
  • Comfort and shock absorption provided by the flooring
  • Aesthetic appeal, such as in terms of color choices
  • Water and/or chemical resistance
  • Suitability for the type of work that you will perform in your garage
  • Price
  • Portability

As you choose your new flooring, think about the ways that you use your garage. For instance, how many vehicles are stored in your garage, what type of work do you usually do now, and what sorts of activities will you use your garage for in the future. This information can help you to make a great decision in purchasing the flooring option that's right for you.

Pricing, Function, and Quality
The function, pricing, and quality of garage flooring differs depending on the specific product that you're considering. This brief overview of our most common garage flooring options will help you get started in choosing the perfect product for your project.

Polypropylene Plastic Garage Flooring


Benefits of Polypropylene Garage Floors
  • Highly durable flooring is suitable for a variety of uses
  • Tiles can withstand significant weight, making them suitable for both residential and commercial installation
  • Choose from tiles with polypropylene or vinyl top surface layers

Polypropylene tiles are highly durable and offer excellent strength. Some of these tiles feature a base that is made of the same material as the tile's surface, while others feature a top vinyl surface layer.

Our Garage Floor Tile Diamond and Garage Floor Tile Cointiles snap together and offers excellent strength. It can withstand 10,000 pounds of weight per square inch, meaning it can accommodate cars and trucks in both residential and commercial installations. Made right here in the USA, these durable tiles feature a raised base which allows fluids and air to circulate beneath the tile's surface, helping to avoid mold and mildew buildup.

PVC Plastic Garage Floor


Benefits of PVC Garage Floors
  • Highly durable tiles can withstand loads of more than 20,000 pounds per square foot without degrading, making them suitable for garages where vehicles are stored
  • Choose from a wide variety of colors and surface textures for the exact finish that you're looking for
  • Comfortable surface creates an ideal workspace
  • Oil and chemical resistant tiles can withstand common garage hazards

If you're looking for a flooring option that is comfortable, durable, and resistant to oils and chemicals, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) garage floor tiles make a great choice.

There are many advantages to using interlocking PVC plastic tiles in garage settings. These snap together garage floors are strong, durable, and easy to install. In fact, they're capable of carrying loads of more than 20,000 pounds per square foot, making them an ideal choice for spaces that will be used to store vehicles or other heavy equipment. With the tiles' interlocking design, assembling, disassembling, and moving the tiles is no problem. If you're looking for a higher quality aesthetic and feel, consider upgrading to PVC flooring that contains a hidden interlocking design. This hidden interlock creates a polished, finish look with no visible connections between the tiles.

Plastic PVC floor tiles are a popular form of garage flooring. They are waterproof, and are available in a wide variety of colors so you can customize your garage's appearance. Additionally, you can choose from a number of different surfaces, including coin top, diamond top, leather, and slate to get the specific finish that you're looking for.

If you're considering PVC plastic garage flooring, then please note that some car tires can result in an adverse effect on both vinyl and PVC material. Because of this potential effect, you will need to seal your PVC tiles to protect them from staining from the tires.

SupraTile 7 mm leather-textured floor tile is a popular option, because these tiles can withstand the harshest environments. These heavy-duty tiles can withstand 20,000 pounds of pressure per square foot without becoming indented. Their extreme strength and durability make them a popular option for heavy-traffic areas such as warehouses, loading docks, airports, and museums. They're the perfect choice for garages that see lots of use, or that are used to store vehicles or other heavy equipment.

SupraTile flooring connects via hidden interlocking dovetail joints. You can even seam these joints together using heat welding equipment, making the entire floor waterproof. Once welded together, the floor also offers excellent sound absorption. The floor itself is warm and comfortable, so long hours of work are much more tolerable. The floor is also resistant to mold, mildew, and chemicals, making your work environment a healthier place to be.

PVC garage flooring offers a number of advantages, including excellent durability and strength. Because these products are so durable, some of the PVC flooring that we offer comes with warranties of up to 20 years, so you can invest with confidence. We are proud to stand behind the products that we offer.

Consider PVC garage flooring if:
  • You plan to store vehicles in your garage and on the garage floor
  • You need a durable flooring that can withstand elements like oil and water
  • You're looking for a comfortable, safe work surface

Rubber Garage Flooring


Benefits of Rubber for Garage Floors
  • Most economical flooring option
  • Non-absorbent and easy to clean
  • Sound buffering properties make for a more enjoyable environment
  • Rubber can help protect your garage floor from damage, such as when using home gym equipment

Rubber garage floor is highly economical, and you can choose from a variety of rubber flooring forms including large rolls of rubber, as well as smaller mats and tiles.

When it comes to budgeting, rolled rubber is the most economical option, but the rolls themselves are large and heavy. Usually you'll need two people for installation. Our rolled rubber flooring is easy to clean, nonabsorbent, and a great way to protect your subfloor in your garage. Rolled rubber starts at just over $1 per square foot. It also offers sound buffering qualities which can make your garage a more enjoyable workspace.

Though rolled rubber is heavy, many customers prefer it for use in home gyms and garages, thanks to its affordable cost.

Rolls of rubber flooring most frequently come in black, but you can also choose colors which contain rubber colors flecks if you're looking for a different appearance. This flooring is made from recycled tires, which means fewer tires end up in the landfill each year. Rolled rubber is extremely durable, so you know your flooring investment will last for years.

Do you like the affordability of rubber flooring, but the ease of installation that snap together garage tiles offer? If so, the Rubber Tile Utility 8mm puzzle style rubber tiles offer the best of both worlds. At just over $2 per square foot, they're affordable, yet are easy to install. And, of course, they possess all the great qualities of rolled rubber.

Because rubber is non-absorbent, it's a great choice for use in garages. Over time, though, water can permeate through non-vulcanized material. Non-vulcanized rubber flooring shouldn't be power washed or soaked for this reason, but vulcanized rubber is completely waterproof.

Rubber is a great choice for a workshop flooring or home gym in your garage, but fluids that leak out of vehicles onto the floor can cause the rubber to break down over time. For this reason, you shouldn't park vehicles on rubber flooring. Flat bottomed rubber can trap moisture between the floor and the subfloor, so if you do install rubber floors, you need to make sure that the seams are tight. Always avoid using liquids which could become trapped under the floor.

Rubber isn't the greatest choice when you'll be storing vehicles in your garage, but it is a practical option when your garage will be serving other uses. It's a great solution for man caves and work spaces, and many homeowners choose rubber flooring to protect garage floors from the heavy weights used in home gyms.

Consider rubber flooring if:
  • You won't be storing vehicles in your garage
  • You'll be using your garage for a man cave, work space, home gym, or other purpose
  • You will not be using liquids in the garage which could seep between the seams and become trapped under the garage
  • You need an economical flooring option for a large garage space

Garage Floor Tile Surface Textures


You can choose the exact finish that you want and need in your garage, thanks to the wide range of different surface textures available. Choose from tile surfaces including coin, diamond, leather, and slate textures, all of which are designed to provide excellent grip, easy cleaning and attractive style. If you're considering solid surfaces, like PVC tiles, you may need to seal them to protect them if they're used for vehicle storage.

You'll find that some tiles come with a vinyl surface which creates a smooth, polished appearance. Vinyl surfaces are often ideal for garages that will be serving multi-purpose uses. These tiles also make an excellent choice for use as dance floors and athletic courts.

Raised Flooring


When you're working with a concrete garage floor, moisture can become trapped beneath the floor tiles and the concrete floor. Trapped moisture can cause the concrete to disintegrate over time, meaning you'll eventually need to repair and then replace the floor. This can be a significant expense.

That's why Greatmats offers a variety of Raised flooring. Raised flooring features a surface that is on top of a raised base, ensuring your vehicles stay up and off of the concrete. When you're storing vehicles for long periods of time, the raised flooring allows air and moisture to flow between the tiles. Rather than condensing on the concrete floor, the moisture dries naturally.

If moisture should ever build up beneath the raised garage floor tiles, you can easily pull up the tiles to allow the concrete to dry. You can even re-install the tiles by hand. This unique tile design saves time, is easy, and can help to protect your concrete garage floor.

Installation of Your Garage Flooring Tiles


Many of our flooring products are designed to allow for a quick and easy installation. That means that installing a new garage floor is a project you can do entirely by yourself, without any expensive installation costs.

Modular floor tiles are both lightweight and conveniently sized, making them easy to transport and install. The tiles snap together quickly and securely, without any need for adhesive. They won't pull apart unless you intentionally separate them. Our modular tiles can be cut to fit for perfect wall-to-wall installations, too.

Our PVC tiles connect together using a variety of methods.
  • Puzzle piece interlocking tiles fit together just as puzzle pieces do. Just align the tiles and stand on the seam areas to create a strong, secure connection.
  • Clip together tiles feature a heavy-duty hook and loop system. This system creates a smooth, secure finish. You may need a mallet to lock these tiles into place.

Most installations require no adhesives or tools.

Designing Garage Floors


When it comes to flooring options, you'll have plenty of choices when you shop at Greatmats. From choosing different colors to working with our versatile interlocking tiles, you can easily create patterns and other eye-catching designs. Some of our PVC floor tiles are available in as many as 15 different color options, meaning there are endless design possibilities. If you're looking for a more traditional appearance, our vinyl topped floor tiles are available in a wide array of wood grain and stone patterns.

Be sure to give our Greatmats Online Floor Planner a try. This online tool can help you to see the layout of your floor, according to your garage's dimensions and the products you select. Our customer service representatives are also happy to help you plan out your floor. Both our Online Floor Planner and our customer service team can help you decide just how much product you need to order, while minimizing waste.

How to Clean Garage Floor Tiles


Garage floor tiles are designed for easy cleaning, so you can quickly get back to work.
  1. Sweep floors to remove debris
  2. Use a shop vac to vacuum floors
  3. Or damp mop the floors with hot water and a common household floor cleaner

When it comes to cleaning beneath your flooring, interlocking floor tiles make the chore a snap - literally.
  1. Pull the tiles apart
  2. Clean beneath the flooring
  3. Allow your garage floor to dry
  4. Reinstall and reattach the flooring tiles

Interlocking tiles can be disassembled and reassembled multiple times without affecting the tiles' integrity. This design makes for a flooring that is convenient and easy.