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Interlocking flooring mats and tiles, Foam interlocking tiles, Snap interlock floors

Our interlocking floor mats and interlocking floor tiles are easy to install with a professional looking finish, yet also result in the perfect DIY project. These are found in a variety of materials, sizes, colors, and thicknesses, offering plenty of choices for a customized look. Choose from differences in surface textures and hardnesses.

Greatmats offers one of the best selections of interlocking floor mats available. We stock hundreds of options with varying material selections. This style of flooring system is often suitable for a playroom, as anti-fatigue mats, as trade show booth flooring or as rubber gym flooring.

Interlocking Floor Mats for Garage

  1. Small size is easy to handle
  2. Usually requires no adhesive
  3. Quickly remove them as desired, enhancing versatility
  4. Multiple textures and materials
  5. Great choice for DIY work
  6. Replace a piece if damage occurs


There are many benefits to working with interlocking floor mats for outdoor purposes, but it's particularly convenient when creating a portable installation, or if repairs are needed in the future.

Because most are designed to withstand repeated installations, you can remove them in the future if desired. If a section becomes damaged or worn, then replace only it. Being able to replace individual pieces saves money and time.

They are made of plastics or rubberized ingredients. This construction makes them forgiving and resistant to liquids. Only plastic materials are recommended for use under vehicles, while rubber products are great for home gyms, exercise spaces and areas where fatigue relief is desired.

We have a huge selection that are suitable for numerous projects, including the following. Most snap together garage floor tiles are sold by the sq. ft. Puzzle style interlocking floor mats are generally larger than the snap together varieties.

Snap Together Interlocking Floor Tiles

Most of these interlocking floor tiles have a raised base, so they’re ideal where moisture issues exist. This allows airflow beneath them. Rather than trapping moisture, the raised base allows airflow for drying, which helps to avoid the growth of mold and mildew.

Don't worry about pulling them up and letting them dry if they get wet, as the raised base system allows them to dry out while in place. They won't be destroyed by basement leaks, general dampness, or floods.

Quite a few use a no-break polypropylene, which is especially strong. These interlocking basement floor tiles can withstand heavy loads, and they can be used in wet spaces. They're versatile and make an investment suitable for a wide range of projects. They're most frequently used for dance floors, garages, athletic courts and warehouses.

If standing all day, our flexible PVC interlocking floor tiles deliver a comfortable surface that offers anti fatigue benefits. They connect using a tab and loop system that won't separate unless it’s time for disassembly. They're a popular choice for use in workshops, decks, gyms, and playgrounds.

They are easily installed, and are much more convenient to handle than large, heavy rolls. They are small and lightweight, which is handy.

Greatmats Interlocking Floor Tiles

  1. Easily transportable
  2. Simple to lay out
  3. Air and water circulation
  4. Quickly disassemble, re-position, and reassemble
  5. Excellent comfort

Interlocking Puzzle Mats

Ours are highly versatile and can be used for virtually every occasion and location. Use them for garage and warehouse floorings, playground surfaces, and even athletic and hand-to-hand combat training facilities.

If working with an area that will see plenty of traffic, we have numerous options that deliver excellent durability. Interlocking rubber mats are incredibly heavy duty and make a great option for a weight area in gyms and other applications where extreme durability and strength are a must.

Puzzled edged foam mats are most popular for providing cushion and impact absorptions for areas where kids will be present or in areas with intense physical activity that may include jumping, spinning or grappling. These interlocking EVA foam mats offer endless design options as they are often double sided and double colored, meaning they have a finished surface on both the top and bottom.

Foam has better cushion than rubber or plastic options. This increased cushion and comfort is helpful for athletic applications.

There are benefits valuable to athletes and kids, like fall protection or skin burn protection. They can even provide fatigue relief, making long hours tolerable.

Interlocking foam mats are used for a variety of applications. They range in size from 2x2 feet to 1x1 meters and come in thicknesses from 3/8 inch to 1-5/8 inch. These serve several purposes and are used in commercial and home gym floor, kids play areas, trade show booth flooring, martial arts training, and more.

EVA foam floor mats are kept in stock right here in our warehouse, so they can be shipped out promptly.

Interlocking Rubber Floor Tiles

  1. Perfect for spots that are subject to a lot of wear
  2. Varying thickness
  3. Sound dampening characteristics
  4. Shock absorbing properties


For those looking for connecting flooring mats or flooring tiles with maximum impact absorption against hard and heavy objects, rubber mat tiles are the way to go. These can be very thin for low traffic areas and up to several inches thick for high traffic and high impact spaces, such as those in which free weight are repetitively dropped on the floor.

Indoor and Outdoor Interlocking Tiles

Many rubber tiles are designed specifically for indoor use and contain minimal odor material. The extremely tight seams keep them where they belong. Thanks to their durability and performance, they're a popular option for both home and commercial floors.

Many are waterproof for quick cleanup and maintenance. Our EVA foam stops fluids from passing through its cells. Thanks to this design, a spill is no big issue.

It offers some major pluses, including the fact that it is both lightweight and waterproof. Various densities give it suitability for different types of projects with maximum cushioning properties. The pebble textured foam Portable Horse Stall Mats can even be used as horse stalls and trailers. These are dense and can sustain significant weight without being damaged.

All of our EVA interlocking gym mats are low maintenance.

Indoor Interlocking Floor Tiles

  1. Low odor materials
  2. Tight and secure
  3. Waterproof
  4. Conveniently sized for handling
  5. Save money versus professional installs

Interlocked Carpet Squares

For the appearance of carpeting minus the need for a permanent installation, carpet tiles are a brilliant solution. These have both sound and thermal insulation, but they yield a comfortable, attractive, and welcoming locale.

Carpeted tiles have two forms, each offering different pluses. One form has carpeted fibers that are infused on the cushioned backing surfaces.

The second tile type features a raised polypropylene base with a carpet top. The movement of air underneath promotes faster drying and eliminating odors.

These are ideal for spaces like basements, garages, or other locales where wetness may be an issue. They won't absorb moisture.

These double as convention booth floorings where consecutive hours of standing are common. They are easily disassembled and lightweight, making transporting them from show to show a simple task.

Interlocking Rubber Floor Mats

Because rubberized interlocking mats are so durable, they're great mats for commercial and residential gyms, weight rooms, and horse stalls.

Many provide a fall rating that can help to minimize injury, making them a smart choice for use in playgrounds.

They appear in a standard black color, though at Greatmats we have custom colors. For example, the 10 percent light gray mat's color complements almost any interior decor and has proven to be one of the most popular color options.

5 Reasons for Interlocking Tiles

  1. Long lasting product
  2. Appropriate for high traffic areas
  3. Sound, heat, and cold buffering qualities
  4. DIY setup
  5. Fall height ratings

Interlocking Plastic Tiles

Our snap togetehrplastic tiles are frequently installed in garages, decks, rooftops, warehouses, pools, and more. Choose from colored and patterned surfaces to get the exact look and feel desired.

Ours use a pliable polyvinyl chloride and are ideal for wet areas. Their design makes installs easy and fast, and they are versatile enough for countless potential uses.

For a designer feel, consider our vinyl plank pieces. They're available in several different wood grain finishes, as well as slate and stone finishes. These are tough. With connecting tabs meant to avoid breaking despite multiple assemblies, they may be installed multiple times. They're frequently used in basements, as portable dance floorings, or in multi purpose facilities, since they offer an upscale look minus the requirement of permanent installs.

Plastic Interlocking Floor Tiles

  1. Excellent longevity
  2. Saves on maintenance costs
  3. Attractive, eye-catching finishes

FAQ Interlocking Floor Tiles Q&A

How do you assemble interlocking deck tiles?
The majority of our interlocking outdoor decking and interlocking patio tiles are designed to provide secure yet simple installations. They connect securely with no adhesive needed for installations.

How do you install interlocking flooring?
When it comes to connecting them, the process is incredibly basic. These will be fitting tightly, so place them down, align them, and then push or step on them. There's no need for adhesive in smaller locations where forced air and good insulation is in place. To disassemble the interlocking floor mats in the future, pull them apart, transfer them, and reinstall them without damaging them. They’ll last for years.

What is the easiest flooring option to install?
Puzzled edging or loops and tabs allow the units to pop together quickly, while also allowing for disassembly later. Interlocking foam floor tiles have another advantage, because some are double sided, so flip them over and use the underside for a fresh appearance. This design maximizes the useful lifespan.