Rubber Patio Paver Tile
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- Grooved design channels water off of surface
- Long-lasting and durable
- Will not freeze or crack
- Made in USA
- Available in terra cotta, brown, or gray
- Made from 100% recycled rubber
Paver Tiles, Outdoor Patio Tiles, Outdoor Rubber Tiles, Home Backyards
Greatmats is proud to offer Rubber Patio Paver Tiles, one of the most convenient and economical rubber pavers available!
These lightweight, American-made rubber paver tiles are excellent for outdoor patios, walkways, backyards, and much, much more! Made from 100 percent recycled rubber, these tiles are designed to handle extreme weather fluctuations, including heavy rains, high heat and freeze-thaw cycles. They will not freeze or crack, giving your outdoor area a tile that will last for years.
Surface Design and Water Drainage
Each one of these outdoor rubber tiles features a brick pattern on one side and an architectural design on the other. No matter which side you choose to use on top, the grooves help channel water off the surface of the paving tiles. This provides an excellent non-slip patio or walkway surface in all sorts of weather. The durable and flexible material also provides a comfortable walking surface for both shoes and bare feet. Because it is non-absorbent, the tiles can be set outdoors without moisture damage.
Size and Weight
Rubber Patio Paver Tiles are some of the most lightweight rubber pavers available on the market. With a 3/4-inch thickness and a 16x16-inch square profile, the tiles weight just 6 pounds each. The lightweight nature of the patio pavers makes it easy for virtually anyone to transport and install the materials. In fact, you can cover a 533-square foot area with just 150 pounds of material!
Greatmats Rubber Patio Paver Tiles are available in three earth-tone color options: red, brown and gray. You can create a solid-color rubber patio or walkway or alternate rubber paver colors for a unique pattern. Order these rubber pavers in increments of 25 tiles and have fun with your layouts!
Recycled Rubber Material
The 100 percent recycled rubber material is made from repurposed car and truck tires. Despite the relatively thin construction of the pavers, they are extremely durable and guaranteed to last for five years. However, they have a life expectancy of much longer, generally closer to 20 years with regular use. These tiles are non-absorbent and UV treated, making them resistant to the damaging effects of heavy rains, moist soil, intense sunlight, and harsh winter conditions. While intense heat and sunlight can cause the rubber material to expand slightly, the mats will deliver the long-lasting quality you demand.
These tiles are UV treated, which means sunlight will not damage them significantly. UV resistance is an important factor for patio tiles, giving the material greater structural longevity and helping it resist fading. Although slight fading can occur over time, the tiles generally keep their vibrant color for much longer than non-UV treated materials.
The rubber pavers are non-absorbent. Water will not be able to seep into the material, which helps it resist bacteria and mold growth. Water inside the material can also cause damage when it freezes and expands, so non-absorption helps resist cracking and structural damage as well.
Rubber Patio Paver Tile Installation Methods
Installation of these rubber pavers is easy, but they do require adhesives. This is because the outdoor rubber tiles have straight edges and a light-weight construction. The most common installation forms utilize glue or staples to hold down the mats, but the process is generally quick and easy. The best practice is to use chalk lines as a guide to keep seams straight. Staple installations can be ready for immediate use, while glued surfaces need roughly 24 hours before walking on the surface.
Make sure to install the rubber paving tiles over a clean, dry, hard and even surface such as concrete, asphalt or wood. It's also wise to do a mock layout of the area to ensure you have the proper number of rubber pavers and (just to be certain) that you still like the planned design.
Glue Down Installation
For glue-down methods, begin in a corner or against a wall and work in small sections. Apply a polyurethane adhesive to the bottom of the paver and press into position. Then gently tap the paver tiles into place with a rubber mallet to ensure the glue holds firmly. Continue in small sections until your desired coverage is complete. If you need to cut a tile to fit your space, cut through the tile using a sharp utility knife with a fresh razor, making a series of scores. This technique will give you a clean and straight edge.
After 24 hours, you can use your new outdoor rubber surface!
Staple Down Installation
If your installation takes place over a wood surface, one-inch staples can be used in place of polyurethane adhesives. Staples do not require time to cure, so once all staples are in place, you can use your new rubber patio surface immediately!
Some natural weathering may occur over time with this product, but it will not affect the paver's safety or performance during the warranty period. Once your pavers are installed they will provide years of beauty to your patio, all without the hassle of heavy maintenance.
These rubber pavers are designed for use under foot traffic and patio-style furniture. The best application for this product is as rubber tiles outdoors, over a patio surface that will be exposed to sunshine and rain. Because of two important factors (non-absorbent and UV-treated), they can be placed outside with little to no concern for damage. Harsh sunlight will not significantly or rapidly damage the rubber patio pavers, and because the outdoor rubber tiles will not absorb water, the they will not become damaged during freeze-thaw cycles, which is experienced in virtually every corner of the country.
The rubber patio tiles can be used for play areas. Much more comfortable than concrete or asphalt, these tiles also offer a slip resistant service. For more soft cushioning and fall protection consider Interlocking Playground Tiles.
They are durable enough to withstand vehicle traffic, but could become stained from rubber tires and may become damaged by leaked automotive fluids. If choosing a product for your garage, it's best to have a product that can withstand heavy traffic, such as Warehouse Floor Coin PVC Tile or Diamond Plate Floor Tile.
For product information, or to request a quote or a sample, please contact our friendly and professional customer service team. We are eager to help you choose the perfect rubber pavers!
The rubber outdoor tiles can be cleaned using just a broom or a shop vacuum to remove dry materials. For more thorough cleaning, a garden hose and scrub brush work well. Remember, the tiles are non-absorbent, so feel free to wash and rinse with soap and water. A pH-neutral cleaner can also be used.
Rubber Patio Paver Tiles are shipped via freight-delivery on shrink-wrapped pallets containing up to 200 pavers per package.
Note: Rubber Patio Paver Tile orders are all custom and not returnable.
Our MX Play and Patio Rubber tiles, which weigh in at 16 pounds per tile and measure 2 feet across, offer a heavy-duty alternative to the outdoor rubber paver tile. Glue-down installation is recommended for MX Play and Patio Rubber Tiles. These outdoor rubber tiles make an effective surface for outdoor patios, but pigmented tiles are not intended for indoor use. Manufactured from recycled rubber under the highest standards, MX Play and Patio Rubber tiles come with an exceptional 15-year limited warranty and qualify for Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) points. These tiles come in 13 different color options.
If installing on a rooftop, consider our Sterling Rubber tile. These 2x2-foot tiles weigh roughly 24 pounds each and are equipped with interlocking connections. They are extremely durable and come with a 10 year limited warranty. Sterling rubber tiles are available in 6 colors.
Although most rubber patio pavers are already sized to be relatively lightweight, an even lighter alternative to the rubber paver tiles are polyvinyl chloride (PVC) outdoor patio tiles, which weighs approximately one pound per tile, depending on the style and brand. With an interlocking tile design, installation will be a snap. Designed for use in wet areas, the PVC outdoor patio tiles use a perforated top as part of their drain-through design, ensuring your tile surface stays dry and safe. The PVC material does not absorb moisture and comes in solid colors of light gray, blue, and terra cotta.
Commitment to Customers
Greatmats is committed to excellent service and outstanding prices, which is why we offer a price-match guarantee. We work hard every day to insure all our customers are satisfied with every order. This commitment has helped us earn an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. We proudly donate 5 percent of our profits every year to charity organizations in our local area.
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NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
SPECIFICATIONS⌃ Back to top
|SF per Item||1.77|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||200|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Surface Finish||Brick and stone|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Glue down|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year limited|
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Can the Rubber Patio Paver Tiles be placed directly on the ground?
We live near Chicago, so the weather can be pretty intense. How long would these mats last on an outdoor patio in Chicago area?
Can the rubber patio pavers be used on top of a rubber membrane roof? Do the need some sort of spacers for drainage and air flow?
I have the rubber Patio Paver Tile on my open Porch,since we have had the BIG SNOW STORM OF 2016, I had gotten ice melt on the tiles to melt the snow, so,the snow left in the crack wouldn't freeze,what can i use to wash the pavers down,mild dish soap(dawn)or,what?
I live in Florida. I would like to cover my concrete driveway with these. Can I drive a vehicle on these tiles after they are installed. Will there be distortion or damage due to the weight of a vehicle
If I use this around a fire pit, is it flame resistant?
Can tiles be placed on top of stone pavers without adhesion in a backyard? Or glue the corners only?
I have an uncovered front concrete porch and my plan is to cover it all with 16 x 16 rubber pavers. I'm going to glue them down with SikaBond Pro Construction Adhesive - polyurethane. After the first paver is glued down I'd like to place a clear small bead of sealer and/or sealer adhesive along the first paver edge(s) and butt up the second paver, continuing on wards with the remaining pavers using the butting up sealing method. Question is what sealer and/or sealer adhesive is recommend? I do not want water to make its way underneath the pavers.
HAVE A SCREENED IN PATIO THAT I WOULD LIKE TO INSTALL THESE ON. MY CONCERN IS DURABILITY WITH MY CATS. I'M AFRAID THEY WILL TEAR THESE UP TRYING TO SHARPEN CLAWS. HOW DENSE ARE THEY?
Can this be installed over an existing wood deck?
Can the pavers be used to cover an older cement porch and stairs? Will they withstand a Midwest winter and summer? Thanks.
I want to put these on my front porch which is concrete with a wood railing around it. Will I be able to cut the pavers and fit them around the posts that support the railing?
I want to put these tiles on my wooden deck and do a 6x10 area , how many tiles would cover a 6x10 area?
Can these tiles be used for aisleways in barns, where there will be both foot and horse traffic?
Can these be cut with a utility knife to fit on a deck?
We have a small area in the backyard that is covered with bricks and filled with sand. Can this product be glue on topped of the area?
How hot do the tiles get? We want to install by our pool in full sun.
Does water go through the tiles or do they shed water/are water resistant?
This is a great product for outdoors, install over any hard flat surface like concrete or asphalt.