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Indoor Basketball Court Tiles

Before installing any basketball court tiles indoors, it’s important to check the subfloor. We recommend using a rubber underlayment and placing the tiles over the top. The underlayment provides a solid material to support the tiles, as well as a bit of cushioning under the hard sport tiles for athletes. Our customers love these snap together tiles because they’re easy to install and clean, whether they’re installed in a school, a home, or a commercial facility. No adhesive is required for installing them either.

When using modular basketball court and sport tiles, the raised base on the tiles will allow airflow beneath them. Should any moisture end up on the subfloor, the airflow will dry it, preventing mold, mildew, or odor in the area. With the flow of air around and underneath these outdoor court tiles, they can be used in areas where moisture-sensitive wood flooring cannot be used, including basements or backyards.

Solid Color Indoor Sport Court Tiles

Toughness and durability highlight the Flat Top Court Floor Tile from Greatmats. This modular pro sports flooring uses an unbreakable polypropylene plastic material that will not absorb water. Because this material is made in the USA and carries a 15-year warranty, it delivers a great value in the sport court tiles cost. These indoor court floor tiles can hold at least 10,000 pounds of static load per square foot, yet they’re lightweight and easy to handle, resulting in a high quality volleyball, basketball, tennis, or other hard court indoor surface.

Customers appreciate the multiple color options we offer in these smooth sports flooring tiles, as they can paint field and court lines or team logos and names directly on the surface. Once painted, this surface yields a fully finished design that will look like a professional did the installation, even if it was a DIY project. The tap and loop connection system on the tiles allows for a tight fit without the need for adhesives. These connectors hold the pieces of the volleyball flooring together, even when they’re placed under stress.

Wood Look Basketball Court Floors

Indoor gymnasiums don’t have to use wood to have a great-looking, high-quality athletic court. Instead, our modular tiles deliver the look of wood in materials that have a much lower cost per square foot of coverage. The finish on the top of the basketball court tile flooring mimics wood, meaning they work great for home gymnasiums, basketball floors, volleyball floors, and recreational centers. Use our ramped border edges for the perfect finishing touch.

The Basketball Court Tiles Gym Floor Pro features a thick wear layer for increased durability and longevity in commercial and school installations. These modular court flooring tiles feature a stain resistant commercial quality vinyl top surface that can withstand significant traffic and daily use. The commercial grade surface is designed to last for many years. These modular sport tiles deliver quality performance, durability and long life span. These snap together hard sport floor tiles are a very popular choice for courts and facilities that will see high daily use.

The Max Tile Raised Floor Tiles are offered in wood grain surface designs. These court and sport tiles also offer many benefits over a traditional wooden floor. Max Tiles can be used as a snap together modular sports flooring tile.

Outdoor Sport Court Tiles

When it comes to outdoor basketball court flooring, we offer a number of quality products. For outdoor courts, use basketball court tiles that have a perforated surface to allow for water drainage. Installation requires a screw down procedure to affix the tiles in place around the perimeter and through the center of the surface in two directions.

Our made in the USA perforated outdoor sporting tile XT3 is popular for backyard basketball courts, inline hockey surfaces, and outdoor volleyball courts. This quality outdoor court tile surface can withstand 16,000 pounds per square foot of static load. Because the tiles are perforated, rain water drains away quickly through the court floor tiles. The modular sports tiles have a leaf spring type flex joint system which makes for a controlled give to reduce the stress on your legs.

The MT2 tennis sport tile is a unique combination with the comfort and resiliency of a soft court but featuring the durability and minimal maintenance of a hard court. These outdoor court tiles for tennis create a surface that's suitable for basketball courts, volleyball, and inline hockey. Our tiles are an affordable outdoor basketball court flooring option. They can be a great choice for a versatile backyard court.

Consider the type of quality needed for your court, home or commercial. Greatmats offers basketball court tiles at different price points, in order to balance quality and value.

Top 5 Uses for Modular Court Floor Tiles

  1. Indoor basketball gym sport court surfaces
  2. Outdoor hockey areas
  3. Volleyball gym courts
  4. Tennis courts

Court floors offer the following benefits:

  1. Easy installation that can be accomplished as a DIY project to save you both time and money
  2. Durable surfaces are constructed specifically to create an ideal court surface, both indoors and out
  3. Low-maintenance court flooring means you spend more time playing, less time on caretaking

How to Find the Best Basketball Court Tiles

  1. Will your court be indoors or outdoors?
  2. What sports will the court be used for?
  3. Will you be installing the flooring yourself?
  4. Will your court see high traffic, such as in a commercial situation?

Volleyball Court Tiles

Using a volleyball flooring tile style of flooring indoors or outdoors provides the sure footing and cushioned landing that volleyball players need. During normal game play, volleyball players are constantly diving for balls on the floor or jumping at the net to attack the ball or block a shot, meaning a high-quality floor is a must.

Our sport court floor for volleyball will help players practice for longer periods of time when paired with the right subfloor. It’ll have just the right amount of give in the flooring to keep ankle and knee joints feeling fresh when coaches are running drills where the players do a lot of jumping at the net. A hard subflooring with no give to it can wear down the players’ bodies over time.

One of the nicest things about our flooring when setting up a volleyball court is that it’s available in either a wood grain or in a solid color finish. Volleyball courts look great in either a wood finish or solid color, which makes our tiles a perfect choice for an area in a school, church gym, or athletic facility where the sports court will host multiple sports.

Tennis Court Tiles

Many customers like using our tiles to create tennis courts in almost any location. When installing this type of tile outdoors, always look for a tile consisting of UV safe materials. If the material in the tennis flooring tile doesn’t have UV resistance built into it, it could have a shorter lifespan from sun damage.

We offer tennis court tiles that will work for either an indoor or outdoor installation. For athletic facilities that want to provide tennis lessons year around, for example, having these tiles installed inside the building provides a perfect surface for this type of workout.

Outdoor athletic tiles also will work well for sports beyond tennis. Some of our customers choose to make use of these tiles to create inline hockey flooring, shuffleboard areas, basketball courts, or other types of outdoor athletic courts. We even see this type of tile installed around pools, as the perforations in the surface of the tiles allows water to flow through it to keep the surface drier.

Durable Sport Court

Our Greatmats tiles for sports courts have a durable construction. These made in the USA products use safe and high-quality materials, delivering a good value over time. The surface of this style of tile includes a commercial grade vinyl that has a wear layer of about 0.5 mm in thickness. It may seek like a thin layer, but it is specifically designed to provide years of constant use without showing wear.

These tiles are made specifically for use with shoes with flexible soles, like basketball, tennis, volleyball, and other athletic shoes. Even with constant practice and games scheduled on our indoor basketball court tiles, the surface of the flooring will not show marks from shoe scuffs. The court will continue to look great for several years, thanks to the finish on the tiles and the wear layer.

Busy facilities that will be hosting athletic games and practices as well as other events will be able to make use of our durable tiles. The polypropylene does not absorb water, so if those watching the games or attending the event spill liquids on the flooring, it won’t absorb the liquid and it’ll be easy to clean by simply mopping it with a common floor cleaning product.

It’s also a no-break polypropylene plastic material, so it’ll stand up to heavy weights without snapping or collapsing. This allows multiple people to be standing on the court at the same time as spectators without causing damage to the floor.

Sports Court Flooring Underlayment

When seeking an underlayment option for a sports court flooring installation, count on Greatmats to have the materials required at a great price. We recommend using a rubber subfloor between 3 mm and 6 mm in thickness underneath these basketball flooring tiles.

Having the right type of subfloor installed under our basketball court tile product will provide the perfect finishing touch on any installation. As these polypropylene tiles are hard, providing a firm surface and a sure footing for players, having an underlayment with a bit of give to it is a smart idea.

Rubber material in the subfloor underlayment works especially well. Not only does the rubber give players a softer landing spot under the basketball sport tiles, but it also reduces the noise of athletes running and jumping on the hardcourt flooring.

At Greatmats, we also offer rolls of athletic flooring. These rolls have a vinyl top that looks like a wood grain finish that nicely resists wear and scuff marks from shoes. Attached to the vinyl layer is a 5 mm rubber base that delivers the cushioning athletes need to avoid joint soreness and injuries from long practice sessions. Some customers like the sport court roll option when they’re looking for a temporary floor that they can roll up after the event.

We at Greatmats have multiple designs for basketball court tiles do-it-yourself products in stock and ready to ship. We carry both indoor and outdoor styles of these tiles, and we have quantities that can meet the needs of multiple-court athletic facilities or of simple backyard court layouts. The family will love having access to a DIY outdoor basketball court. With these tiles from Greatmats, you can be sure it will look amazing.