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Plastic Flooring, Plastic Floor Tiles and Plastic Floor Covering

is a versatile flooring option that can be used for many specialty and home installations. Available in many mat forms, ranging from hard plastic tiles intended to handle heavy loads, to soft and flexible plastic floor tiles intended for garage and basement, fitness or athletic, there are plenty of plastic flooring and tiles options to choose from. Greatmats' plastic flooring tiles supply also includes vinyl rolls, artificial turf, and some carpet tiles.


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Interlocking and modular plastic flooring tiles


is a versatile flooring option that can be used for many specialty and home installations. Available in many mat forms, ranging from hard plastic tiles intended to handle heavy loads, to soft and flexible plastic floor tiles intended for garage and basement, fitness or athletic, there are plenty of plastic flooring and tiles options to choose from. Greatmats' plastic flooring tiles supply also includes vinyl rolls, artificial turf, and some carpet tiles.


Plastic Floors Options


Plastic flooring tends to be very durable and long lasting. It does not degrade or break down over time, which makes it an excellent investment if you're looking for a long-lasting flooring option. Most plastic flooring tiles are resistant to oils and acids, and some offer ultraviolet (UV) resistance for outdoor use. In many cases, plastic flooring can provide cushion similar to foam and durability much like rubber while remaining lightweight.

Plastic floor tiles are popular for areas where other, more traditional, flooring materials are not suitable. Soft and rigid plastic floors each have their own unique advantages. Most tiles are designed to snap together or interlock without the use of adhesive, making them great for a do-it-yourself (DIY) flooring project. Many raised modular tiles can be installed over carpeting, grass or wet surfaces, since their construction allows for air and water to circulate freely through their bases.

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