Life Floor Ripple Tiles 3/16 Inch
Pool Deck Flooring 3/16 Inch Life Floor Ripple Tiles, Safer Pool Decking Tiles
Top Features for Life Floor Ripple Tiles 3/16 Inch
- Reduces slips and falls in wet areas
- UV stable in many designer colors
- 3 year warranty
- Super grip, ripple surface texture
- Easy permanent installation
- Design for very hot and cold climates
- UV-stable, non-toxic and anti-microbial
Pool Deck Flooring, Showers, Locker Rooms, Splash Pads, Wet Areas, Outdoor Wet Surfaces, Safe Wet Outdoor Pool Surrounds
Life Floor pool decking with Ripple top surface texture 3/16 inch is a foam rubber floor tile manufactured using the patented EvaTrax tile making technology which is a non-toxic, UV-stable, durable, soft and slip resistant flooring solution.
The Life Floor tiles are installed using commercial grade contact cement. Underwater instillation: use synthetic rubber, waterproof contact cement that can withstand underwater environments. Install on prepared concrete or similar hard flat surface around swimming pool decking areas.
Our Ripple texture has the highest traction rating when wet.
Life Floor Ripple Tiles feature a super grip top surface texture and are an excellent durable swimming pool and outdoor flooring solution around pools and decks. Use Life Floor on patios and where water is present.
These tiles are crafted from PE/EVA foam and rubber materials which provides a soft outdoor flooring solution that is UV stable, slip resistant, durable, long lasting and comes in many designer color options.
This outdoor flooring tile solution provides cushion and anti slip characteristics and is cooler to the touch in warm temperatures and indirect sunlight. The tiles will cool down when stepped on, unlike concrete or asphalt.
This safer pool surround and wet area flooring solution is manufactured to be UV stable for many years. These 3/16 inch thick soft floor tiles are durable.
Life Floor with the Ripple textured surface is designed for use in indoor or outdoor wet areas where bare feet are common. This durable non slip foam rubber flooring tile is a premium wet area flooring solution for bare feet traffic on wet surfaces. These tiles are designed for use around outdoor pool decking areas, patios and deck surrounds. This outdoor wet area foam tile can be used indoors also around and in showers, locker rooms, bathrooms, and saunas.
Use Life Floor underwater in pools, slide pads and splash pads.
Foam tiles can be punctured by sharp objects such as high heels, nails, screws, dragging furniture and animal nails to name a few. This high density foam flooring tile is designed for wet areas where bare feet are predominate.
These foam rubber floor tiles are easy to clean. Because the foam floor tiles consist of a closed cell foam no moisture can penetrate into the material. Clean the tiles with Life Floor cleaning solution, or damp mop with hot water. The floor tiles can pressure washed at 2500 max. psi while being cautious to not get too close to the foam rubber floor tiles. For pressure washing stay at least 15 inches away from these outdoor tiles and use a 20 degree or wider tip.
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This product must be glued down to a cementitious surface that is properly prepared for contact cement adhesive based on the installation instructions. Some installations to a plywood surface are acceptable under certain circumstances, please inquire.
Clean with Life Floor cleaner, scrub and hose off.Shipping
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|Material Type||Rubber Foam Blend|
|SF per Item||4.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||25|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Hardness||Shore C 65|
|Surface Design||Solid colors|
|Installation Method||Glue down|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year limited|
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can I install directly over a large wooden deck made of 5/4 pressure treated deck boards with nail holes or would I have to add a layer of thin pressure treated plywood first?
Can you install over painted or stained concrete?
With the cushion and traction that we've got with this floor, I think we made a great decision. The appearance is awesome.
Balsam Lake, WI