Customer Reviews For composite flooring at Greatmats:
TechFloor Premium Tile with Traction Top Carton of 10
great transaction, friendly customer service and fast shipping.
Horse Stall Mats 4x6 Ft x 1/2 Inch Black
Exactly as described, 4x6 horse stall mats, half-inch thick, with a very subtle diamond textured pattern....
Sundance Mats 2x2 Ft x 3/4 Inch Interlocking Black
I LOVE these mats!!! They are flexible, lightweight, and can take a beating! As soon as I can I WILL...
Winter Park, FL
Gym Mats 4x10 Ft x 2 Inch V4 18 oz
I purchased a Gym Mat for my child for her to use for her online martial arts lessons and drills. She...
SANTA CLARA, CA
Blue Sky Rubber Swing Mats 3 x 5 Ft x 1.75 Inch
Would highly recommend Greatmats! Very helpful, very competitive with pricing and no issues.
Board of Education-Maintenance Dept.
Rustic Wood Grain Trade Show Center Tile
Jo was a great sales rep to work with. She was attentive to our needs and timely. The flooring shipped...
EZ Portable Dance Floor
The floor is exactly what we wanted, the material quality is great, easy to install, it is exactly what...
Osage Beach, MO
Most Common Product Questions For composite flooring at Greatmats:
1. What size are the tiles? 2. Can they be used to create an outdoor dance floor on an asphalt parking lot?
The tiles are 1x1 ft each in size. I would recommend our portable dance floor tile for your purposes, however this tile would work also.
Could you use this tile on top of a leveled crushed rock surface without a border for a small basketball court area or does it need to be screwed down on the edges?
This court tile and others similar should only be installed over concrete or asphalt or a similar solid outdoor surface.
Can this tile be used on a level dirt yard to create a basketball court? Are the tiles durable enough to withstand a basketball being dribbled on them?
The tiles are great for outdoor courts of all types. The tiles are designed to be installed on a hard flat surface such as concrete or asphalt. Dirt is not so good.
Im in a rental and cannot put down a hard surface, dirt is the only option. What can I put between dirt and the tiles for an outdoor court?
This is really a tough option, we don't have a solution for you. Sorry about that.
Can you put down firring strips and 3/4 inch wolmanized plyboard under the tiles?
Not really sure about this question, normally these tiles are installed on a hard flat surface like concrete.
The Specs sheet says these are not UV Treated. How will the colors look and fade in direct sunlight?
These tiles will fade over a period of 15-20 years, compared to new tiles. There are UV stabilizers incorporated into the raw material.
Can I park a car on them when we're not using the court?
These Tiles are 16000 lbs. per SF static load rated.