Interlocking Floor Mats & Tiles

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Types of Interlocking Floor Mats

Interlocking floor mats from Greatmats deliver a professional look while remaining easy enough to use for a DIY project. We offer multiple materials in these floor tiles and mats, which gives you a range of potential usages.

Interlocking Mats & Tiles

Interlocking floor mats can fill a number of use cases because of the wide range of designs from which you can choose. Multiple colors and textures help you develop the exact kind of look you want to see in the room. Pick among:
  • Bright colors
  • Safe and durable
  • Carpet texture
  • Perforated design
  • Pebble texture
  • Simulated wood grain
  • Smooth rubber interlocking tiles


With a wide range of materials available, it’s easy to select the perfect interlocking floor mat or tile for your particular needs.

Interlocking rubber floor mats have significant durability, but they’re typically limited to black colors. EVA foam tiles are cushioned, while PVC plastic and carpet provide good durability and some cushioning.

Use Cases

Interlocking rubber tiles are ideal in a garage gym space with free weights or exercise machines. They also work well in commercial gyms.

Foam, carpet, and PVC plastic tiles work well for residential use, providing a stylish design. Interlocking PVC tiles are also popular for industrial use.

Interlocking Floor Mats Q&A

Can you use interlocking flooring in a basement?

These materials work well in a basement area because most of them are water resistant. Basements sometimes have moisture seeping through the foundation, leading to potential problems with dampness, meaning a water-resistant basement flooring is important.

How do interlocking tiles work?

The foam and rubber mats or tiles all work in a similar manner. They have a puzzle-style edge, where the edges interlock when pressed together. PVC plastic tiles normally have a tab and loop system, where hidden interlocking edges snap together.

How do you install interlocking mats and tiles?

The edges will fit tightly, so place them down, align them, and then push or step on them. There's no need for adhesive on the subfloor or on a hard surface.

What is the easiest flooring option to install?

Puzzled edging or loops and tabs allow the tiles to interlock together quickly, while also allowing for disassembly later, greatly simplifying the flooring installation. Interlocking foam floor tiles have another advantage because some are double-sided. Just flip them over and use the underside for a fresh appearance. This design maximizes the useful lifespan.