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Garage Floor Tile Coin

SKU# GFTBestCoin

Event & Garage Interlocking Portable Rubber Coin Flooring Tiles

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(13 Reviews) | (8 Answered Questions)
$2.19/tile (You Save 67%)
Reg: $6.67/tile - $6.54/sqft
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About this item

Top Features for Garage Floor Tile Coin

  1. Best quality garage tile on market
  2. Made in the USA with virgin material
  3. No sink like most other garage tiles on the market
  4. Durable 10,000 lbs load rated
  5. Tight fitting snap together connector system
  6. Border and corner ramped edging available
  7. Many colors to create unique design
  8. Garage and shop or automotive show room floor tiles
Use Types

Garage Floor, Event Floors, Trade Show Flooring, Portable Flooring


Clean with damp mop, hot water and common household floor cleaner.


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Garage Tile Flooring, Coin Floor, Coin Top Flooring

When you're looking for the best interlocking on the market at the best prices, Our Garage Floor Tile Coin design is a smart choice. This garage tile floor provides a tough material that will last a long time in your garage or wherever you install it.

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Product Questions:

can the border ramps come in YELLOW
The border ramps for this garage floor tile are only available in black.
Can these be glued down?
This tile is not designed to be glued down.
Can this be installed on a playhouse plywood subfloor? Do you ship to Canada? Tks.
We do ship to Canada and this tile can be used in a playhouse.
can these be used on a playground exposed to the element?
This is primarily an indoor tile and is not rated for exposure to direct sunlight for extended periods of time.
I have some cracks in the floor. One side is up about a quarter of an inch higher than the other side. Floor also slips slightly.( felled foundation). Would the tile handle it or would it cause problems with installation?
Its best to use some floor leveling compound first in order to flat the floor as much as possible, then install the garage floor tiles.
For protection I need to cover a room that has beautiful hardwood flooring before I move a business into it. Will these tiles in anyway damage the original hardwood, either by rubbing or chemical transfer from the mats?
I would recommend craft paper installed over the hardwood just to be sure.
Can liquids easily leak in between the tiles? If so is there anything you all can recommend placing underneath them to protect the surface underneath? I plan on using these on top of carpet in a rental home to protect it from anything by dog may do (eating, drinking water, etc).
Liquids may seep between the seams of the garage tiles. I would suggest laying plastic beneath tile tiles if you are considered about spills over a carpet sub floor.
Can these tiles be used in a bathroom? Is it possible to put a thin line of clear silicone between tiles before snapping together to keep water seaping in the cracks. I'm getting this house ready to sale and I need to do it with the less cost I can get. I'm a female and these look easy enough for me to handle. I think it will be a unique look! If you have another idea that you believe would be better and you don't have many left and I can get at a great price...I would appreciate that also. I have 2 small bathrooms and possibly might do the 3rd one. My email address is My husband passed away so it's just me...I need all the help I can get and I don't have a lot of money. Thank you and have a great day!!
The Garage Tile Coin Could be used for a bathroom. But, we may have better options for your room. Please contact us for recommendations. Our condolences.
SKU# GFTBestCoin
In Stock Yes
Product Type Tile
Material Type Polypropylene Plastic
Product Edging Interlocking
Thickness 5/8 inch
Width 1.00 feet
Length 1.00 feet
SF per Item 1.02
Weight 0.94 lbs
Packaging Cartons
Number of Pieces per Package Type 24
Non Absorbent Yes
Special Adhesives No
Universal Interlock No
Interlock Loss 0.00 feet
Material Hardness Shore A 100
Interlocking Connections Yes
Made In USA
Surface Finish Coin top
Surface Design Solid color
Installation Method Snap together dry lay
UV Treated No
Reversible No
Border Strips Included No
Manufacturer Warranty 5 years limited
Click Tile Border Ramp
Weight: 0.50 lbs
Click Tile Corner Ramp
Weight: 0.15 lbs

Customer Rating:

Perfect Solution for my basement recording studio. I occasionally get some seepage through the walls and didn't want to put down anything with wood or carpet that could get damp and smelly. The tiles went down faster than any flooring I have ever laid. 6 hours to do 300 square feet, including some tricky trimming. BE CAREFUL, if like me, you use a radial arm saw to cut the tiles, the saw arm needs to be moved in the opposite direction that you would use for wood. Damn near clocked myself and jammed the saw before I remembered. The only drawback I can see, is a slight clacking sound when you walk on the tiles. This can be avoided by putting down a thin layer of rolled rubber under the tiles, something I may do in the future if the sound becomes problematic. All in all, money well spent!

Springfield, VT

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Thanks for the GREAT floor 17x25. One day to put in!

Watertown, WI

Customer Rating:

When I have the garage door open even at 80 degrees outside the first 5 rows will buckle and come come apart in the Southwest exposure. As long as the tile is in the shade or garage door down, it stays together. I am cutting 1/2 inch off the side by the wall to create an expansion area. Not sure how the floor will be in the winter.

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