Snap Coin Garage Tile
Home Garage Flooring, Snap Coin Garage Tile, Plastic Garage Floor Tiles
Top Features for Snap Coin Garage Tile
- Supports vehicle weight
- Easy to install and remove
- Chemical resistant and non-staining
- Easy to maintain
- Durable, lighweight, and portable
- Professional stylish look
- Cost effective and long lasting
Garage Floors, Auto Dealership Floors, Workshops, Show Room Flooring
Raised Garage Flooring Tiles for Home, Coin Top Garage Tile
Bold colors and a tough design highlight our Snap Coin Garage Tile. You'll receive a good value with a home garage floor that will last for many years. Our plastic garage tiles are easy to install and assemble, and you can take the floor tiles apart when you need to return to the original subflooring.
Beyond garages, our plastic tiles flooring product will work perfectly in places like auto dealership customer areas, show room floors, basements, trade shows and workshops. You can even use our plastic garage flooring to create a makeshift man cave in your basement or garage, pulling up the flooring after the big game and storing it for another party down the road if you so desire.
We've collected the five best reasons to make use of the Snap Coin Garage Tile in your home or business.
1. Square Design Options
Our plastic tiles for floor designs measure 12 by 12 inches. This gives each of the garage floor plastic tiles a perfect square shape that covers one square foot. Because of the square shape of our plastic garage floor tiles, you can create all kinds of patterns in your flooring, taking advantage of the multiple colors we offer.
Some customers choose to create a classic checkerboard pattern, which looks great in a car show room or in a garage. This design in your plastic garage flooring will remind you of the classic flooring from car dealerships from decades ago.
In reality, you can create almost any pattern in the garage floor plastic tiles because of the square shape and easy connection system. Just figure out the pattern you want to use, calculate your square footage needs, and order the right amount of tiles in the colors you want. Your color options include royal blue, red, beige, graphite, alloy, black and white.
One of the great things about this coin top plastic garage flooring is that the peg and loop connection system on each tile is identical, regardless of the color of the tile. So you can tightly connect each tile, even if they're different colors. Additionally, if you'd like to give the edges of the flooring a finished look, we offer ramp edge pieces in eight different color options that fit tightly to the tiles. The ramped edges will look great with any color pattern you've created.
Understand that the product colors represented on our website may differ slightly from the physical product due to lighting conditions and/or digital display differences. If you have any questions about how to order the plastic garage floor tiles or about your color options, just contact our customer service team to gain some help.
2. Coin Top Tread
The coin pattern on the surface of the garage floor plastic tiles not only looks almost futuristic, but it offers an added level of traction for people walking in your garage. Garages seem to collect everything, including water, snow, and mud dripping off of your vehicles. If you store your outdoor power equipment in the garage too, you'll end up with grass clippings and other objects on the plastic garage flooring, which is easy to clean.
When compared to a smooth cement subfloor, the coin top surface on our tiles greatly reduces the possibility of slipping. Each tile contains dozens of approximately quarter-sized raised circles that resemble a coin. This variance in the surface of the tile provides the desired traction.
We've specifically designed the coin top surface to spread across the entire surface of the plastic garage floor tiles. None of the circle shapes are cut in half at the edge of the square tile. By ensuring all of the circle shapes are uniform from tile to tile, you'll receive a seamless look once you've installed the tiles, which will make your garage floor pattern stand out. Because these tiles fit together so tightly, the seams will not be obvious, and the pattern of the circles on the surface of the tiles will help create the feeling of seamless flooring.
3. Durable Flooring
This tough plastic garage flooring tile is designed to withstand the harsh elements of the home garage environment. Our tiles are Made in the USA and have a 10-year manufacturer's warranty, which means you can count on the long lifespan of these amazing tiles.
The polypropylene plastic garage floor tiles carry a Shore A 90 material density rating, which means they will stand up to harsh treatment and can carry a lot of weight. You can feel confident that parking vehicles on our garage floor plastic tiles will not cause any buckling or raised seams. In fact, the flooring will support rolling loads of more than 50,000 pounds.
Additionally, the garage floor plastic tiles have little-to-no expansion and contraction during large temperature variations, which means you don't have to install this product in a temperature controlled garage. We do not recommended extended use of this tile outdoors in sunlight because it is not UV treated, but it definitely will work well in indoor or shaded areas without temperature control.
Our Snap Coin Garage Tile product has a 1/2 inch thickness measurement, and each tile is constructed to within industry tolerances for thickness. A cheaply made plastic tile may have thin spots that could crack under heavy weights and pressure, but you don't have to worry about this problem with our products.
4. Easy Installation
The unique design of this garage tile makes for easy installation using no tools, no glue, and no mess. Each tile snaps into place with little force required on your part, meaning one person can easily handle the work required to install the plastic garage floor tiles.
As each tile measures only 12 by 12 inches and weighs only 0.9 pounds, one person can carry quite a few tiles and can move them easily. The installation will go faster with more than one person, but having multiple people on hand is not necessary.
You'll want to install the plastic garage flooring over a flat surface, such as cement. The surface doesn't have to be perfectly flat, but the installation will be more successful if the subfloor is smooth with a limited number of cracks and undulations. If you have a portion of the subfloor that is not level, consider using some leveling compound to create a smoother surface that will better accommodate the garage floor plastic tiles.
The design of the peg and loop connection system is engineered to create a seamless look from module to module, allowing you to create virtually any size of floor and any floor pattern in your installation.
Each tile has female loops on two edges of the square and male pegs on the underside of the other two edges of the square. To install the tiles, you'll start at one corner of the room. Lay the tiles so the female loop sides are aimed in the directions where you want connect more tiles.
To connect the tiles, place the side of the tile with the pegs over the top of the loops on the adjacent tile. Once the loops and pegs are aligned, you'll lightly tap or step on the edge of the tile with the pegs with your foot. This will cause the pegs to pop into the loops, securing the connection between the two tiles. It make take you a few tries to gain the hang of connecting the tiles, but once you have the process figured out, it's easy to connect these tiles quickly. Our tiles do not require any tools, such as a rubber mallet, to perform the installation.
Should you need to cut the tiles to fit a wall to wall installation, you can use a utility knife and a straight edge to score the tile. You will need to score it deeply, probably about 1/4 inches deep, before you can break the tile along the score line. Otherwise, you can cut the tiles with a power saw.
5. Maintenance Ideas
These tough plastic garage floor tiles are extremely easy to maintain. You can sweep the flooring with a push broom or a regular broom to remove debris and dirt.
When you need a more thorough cleaning of the garage floor plastic tiles, you can use a wet mop on the tiles. Just create a mix of any common household floor cleaner and warm water, as long as the cleaner has no bleach in it.
Part of maintaining the plastic garage floor tiles involves storing the tiles properly after you take them apart. After disassembling the flooring, you can store it anywhere it's not exposed to sunlight. It can be stacked to a high level if needed, as the individual tiles weigh so little that they will not affect the integrity of the tiles on the bottom of the stack.
Even though it's rare, you may have an occurrence where the plastic garage flooring coin top surface becomes damaged by a sharp object or by a harsh chemical spill. However, this really isn't a significant problem with our garage floor plastic tiles, because you can just swap out the damaged piece for a new tile. You will love the results you receive with our Snap Coin Garage Tile!
Product can be damp mopped with common household floor cleaners, avoid bleach.Shipping
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|Material Type||Polypropylene Plastic|
|SF per Item||1.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||48|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Hardness||Shore A 90|
|Surface Finish||Coin top|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Snap together|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||10 year limited|
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what about the edges do you need a knife to cut the edges?
Hi, Does this tile have a matte or glossy finish? Thanks, Mike
It's really difficult to tell the difference between graphite and alloy. Are they both metallic? Is graphite noticeable darker? It looks like the picture was taken head on with a flash so it's hard to tell.
how does this product compare to some of the other tiles w/ respect to air flow beneath? Is there any reason this wouldn't work as well in a basement installation?
So I plan on putting this Flooring down in my 10'x 20' she'd, how easy would it be to trim this if needed to fit in the space required?