Sterling Roof Top Tile 2 Inch Black
Sterling Black Patio Rubber Tile, Outdoor Rubber Flooring
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Top Features for Sterling Roof Top Tile 2 Inch Black
- Durable patio rubber floor tile
- Interlocking edges
- Easy installation
- Easy to clean
- Heavy duty outdoor patio and deck flooring
- High quality manufacturing
- Available in several color options
Patio Floor Tiles, Rooftop Flooring, Golf Courses, Deck Tile Surfaces, Outdoor Rubber Flooring
2x2 ft square black rubber tile with interlock edges. Very high end professional quality outdoor rubber patio tile for decks and rooftop and patios. When you want to very best this is the outdoor rubber tile for you.
Durable rubber floor tile in 2 inch thickness, 2x2 ft tile size. Use this rubber outdoor flooring tile for exterior installations on decks, rooftops and patios at home and in commercial installations. This products ships from the Northeast.
Available in black, terra cotta, green, blue, gray, and brown. Border and corner ramps available in all matching colors.
For regular cleaning damp mop with hot water and a neutral Ph cleaner, such as Taski Profi. For exterior use simply hose off.Shipping
Ships via freight delivery, shrink wrapped on pallets.
This Product Ships Freight Only.
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NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
SPECIFICATIONS⌃ Back to top
|SF per Item||4.00|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||90|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Density||Shore A 60|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Interlocking, glue together|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited lifetime warranty|
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Is this product safe to be used on a an open rubber membrane flat roof? Does it expand and contract aggressively during harsh winters?
When laid over a concrete foundation for a patio application, how do you prevent water from getting under these tiles, creating an environment conducive to mold and mildew between the tiles and the foundation?