HiddenLock Slate Floor Tile Colors
Interlocking Indoor PVC HiddenLock Slate Floating Floor Tile Colors
- Hidden interlocking design with upscale look
- DIY Floating Floor
- Earth tone colors
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Top Features for HiddenLock Slate Floor Tile Colors
- Hidden interlocking design with upscale look
- DIY Floating Floor
- Earth tone colors
- Made in the USA
- Flexible and waterproof PVC Material
- For indoor basement floors, entryways and around the home
- 5 year warranty
Basement Flooring Tile, Entryways and Mud Rooms, Family Rooms and Hallways, Commercial Entrance Mats
PVC slate floor tile, Plastic slate floor tiles, Faux slate flooring
If seeking to protect areas of the home’s floor and decor from mud, water, and other foreign objects that the kids or dogs drag into the house, our plastic floor tiles are an ideal selection. Our HiddenLock Faux Slate Tile Flooring product will keep the basement and entryway looking great, as it's easily cleaned and can stand up to rough treatment.
Durable Faux Slate Tile Flooring
Our plastic floor tiles for kitchen will be successfully standing up spills and other issues. This model is the toughest and thickest of its kind on the market. This faux slate tile flooring measures 1/4 inch in thickness, which stands up to constant use perfectly, but still not being too heavy to handle.
Cleaning the slate floor tile is a simple process. Use a common floors cleaner mixed with hot water. Apply the solution with a damp mop and allow it to air dry. It will not absorb liquid, which makes cleaning a piece of cake.
Each measures 12 by 12 inches, giving it 1 square foot of coverage. This makes it easy to calculate the number required.
There’s no need for perfectly level subflooring before installing them. They will bend a little bit to match the contours of the subfloor.
Whatever minor undulations or imperfections are in the subfloors, it will conform to them. Make sure there is not a significant level change at a seam, however, as this could cause them to separate if not glued.
Interlocking Plastic Floor Tiles
Ours have tabs on two sides and slots on the opposite undersides that accommodate the tab.
To install it, just lay the square piece so the two edges with the tabs lay in the direction to add more pieces. Place the area with the slot aligned with the tab on the adjacent piece and press on the seam between them. Installers can feel them pop into place as they’re lined up correctly.
To cut them to fit in a tight to the wall installed design, use a utility knife and a straight edge. Using a series of shallow scores to cut completely through them is the best plan. Cut these easily to fit around obstacles, even a support post. It even works as a wall tile, providing extra protection for walls in spots where pets or kids could damage them.
Although gluing them is not necessary with the tab and slot models, for permanent installations, use adhesive on them. Here are some tips for deciding whether to glue the modular flooring.
Hefty Items: If placing or moving heavy objects across it on a regular basis, gluing it down ensures there’s no slipping around or pulling apart.
Permanency: If planning to leave them permanently over the subfloor, use adhesives successfully. Garage floor tiles work well with glued installations, where vehicles will be parked or when turning the tires sharply is occurring commonly.
Light Duty: If using them in areas that will have average or below average foot traffic, an interlock installation should be providing the stability required without incorporating adhesive into the equation.
Disassembly: If planning to disassemble them at some point and go back to the original subfloors, avoid adding adhesives. The interlocked design will be tight enough alone.
Great Looking Plastic Floor Tiles
Ours will improve the feel of any room, helping create new use cases, including as a home gym or a children's playroom. Here are common places for finding these in use.
Basements: This one resists liquids, so it’s a smart option in basements where dampness can occasionally be a problem. Should another model soak up moisture, it could end up with bacteria and mold growth, which is why ours is such a good option. However, where there’s a significant dampness problem in a cellar, consider our floating raised basement floor tiles with built in vapor barrier, which will introduce airflow beneath, allowing the moisture to drain or evaporate. For a great look in finished basements, these will give the appearance of expensive blue slate tile without the difficult installation.
Entryway: Rather than using slate tile floors in mudrooms, consider our modular tiles. They are tough enough to stand up to anything that kids or pets will drag indoors. Cleaning takes very little time, so they work well in entryways.
Laundry Rooms: Because our slate tiles will not absorb water, consider laying this out in a laundry room. If setting down dirty or wet laundry, or should the washing machine suffer a leak, it will resist moisture. Place hefty appliances on top of it, perhaps both a washer and dryer, with no worries about causing any damage to it.
Workshop: For something that will stand up to woodworking, while also continuing to look nice, these are a smart idea. These can handle hefty furniture or tools being placed on them, as well as surviving dropped chunks of wood, withstanding the possibility of damages. It has no texture in the surface, so sweeping up any sawdust or other materials generated during woodworking goes quickly, keeping the area looking amazing.
Commercial Entrances: For a warehouse that welcomes customers and where business will be conducted, use these successfully, as they’re made for customer facing areas of the warehouse or business. They will be stylish, allowing for replacement of boring cement in the warehouse and dressing up the decor for visitors.
Events: This works extremely well for events, including a trade show where employees will be standing for hours consecutively and need anti fatigue properties. The tiling is easy to assemble and disassemble as needed, so bring it along as part of the materials for trade shows. Each only weighs 1.2 pounds, which allows a single person to perform the installation and to carry several pieces at once.
We offer it in three earthy types of colors of brown, tan, and gray. Create a layout with a single color through the room. Or order more than one color and develop patterns, such as a checkerboard design. No matter what colors are in use, all of them are designed to fit together, featuring the same interlocking floor tiles pattern.
If seeking a type of faux slate tile flooring to install in an area that will be wet frequently or that will be standing up to heavy vehicle traffic, such as a garage, we also offer coin top and diamond top floorings that will provide a bit of traction because of the textured surfaces. We even offer faux slate tile roof models in our extensive catalog.
For questions regarding ordering this product or others, just contact our helpful customer service team.
FAQ Plastic Floor Tiles Q&A
What is plastic flooring?
It is one of the toughest materials available for use, and these carry a 5-year limited manufacturer's warranty. Ours uses an interlocked style that ensures no loss of coverage capacity and that eliminates having to see obvious seams.
What are PVC tiles?
These are Made in the USA products. Attractive and durable, they are excellent for a variety of applications, including entryways, mudrooms, family rooms, event floors, commercial building entryways, and as basement flooring for sale. They are manufactured from quality plastics that yield an excellent color consistency. They carry a material density rating of Shore A 75-85 with an extremely tough surface, making these a smart selection of plastic floor tiles for bathroom installs.
What are the most durable tiled floorings?
Porcelain is widely considered the toughest type of tile that looks like stacked stone. It almost resembles a cobblestone floor tile, which makes it ideal for high traffic locales that include kitchens and bathrooms, but it is pricey and not easy to install. Rubber flooring tiles yield a high level of durability too, but they’re not the most beautiful selection. That’s where our plastic floor tiles can be better selections. This faux slate outdoor tile delivers impressive benefits. These simplify installing, deliver a beautiful finish like natural stone, and have the toughness to equal a slate flooring option, all while being offered at a desirable price point.
Which is better, PVC or vinyl flooring?
The two terms are used to describe the same basic material, as they are considered interchangeable. Vinyls often appear as plastic flooring rolls or as peel and stick models, while PVCs typically have a puzzle style edge or hidden tabs and loops for interlocking with little effort. Think about choosing the desired format to make the layout as simple as possible when picking this style of faux slate tile flooring.
How much does PVC tiling cost?
When considering the prices of slate floor tiles for sale, our interlock styles will provide an extremely reasonable price. Expect to pay $3 to $7 per sq. ft. if ordering from Greatmats. We only source our plastic floor tiles from the most trusted manufacturers and distributors, giving customers an excellent quality. This product outperforms plastic floor tiles and natural slate look porcelain tile other companies sell in terms of costs and longevity. Our slate colored tile is made for DIY jobs, which saves money on the installing process as well.
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Can this product be removed and reinstalled in the event that you need access to the subfloor?
How do you cut the tile?
Does the floor have to be exactly level?
is this product goo to use on surgical room floors
How do these tiles react to pet urine and poop?
In the photos it appears that the tiles have some straight edges which would make it so I don't need to buy a border. Am I correct? I cannot find this info anywhere online so far. Thank you.
Looking for a tile for my semi-finished basement. We have had one ''flooding'' (about an inch of water) since we bought the house, but we got a new sump pump and have hopefully rectified the water situation. Would this tile withstand occasional water?