Customer Reviews For ground protection mat at Greatmats:
Greatmats Playground Tile Interlock 2.75 Inch Green Stocked
Great product, easy to install.
Blue Sky Outdoor Interlocking Tile 2.25 Inch Colors
great sale associate (Ryan), very knowledgeable of product knowledge and tech issues. Shipping was on...
Cannon Construction Company Corp. Brooklyn NY
Gymnastic Mat 4x8 ft x 2 inch V2
I am so happy with my mat!!! It is perfect for yoga, and I use it in my practice (teaching actors movement)...
4x6 Ft x 1/2 Inch Fitness Rubber Floor Mat Diamond Black
No matter how much the equipment moves the mats stay in place. We run and we do different things. And...
CEDAR FALLS, IA
4x6 Ft x 1/2 Inch Fitness Rubber Mat Diamond Color
Very satisfied with our mats. Good quality and look great!
4x6 Ft x 3/8 Inch Fitness Rubber Mat Diamond Color
The mats were exactly what we expected, easy to install and even had our school colors speckled through...
Most Common Product Questions For ground protection mat at Greatmats:
Do you need to put sand or anything under the mats or they can go directly on compacted soil?
Playground tiles require a hard, flat and stable surface such as concrete, asphalt or crushed and compacted stone. They cannot be installed over dirt or sand.
Does this tile have an accompanying edge piece? Sloped or square?
Sorry, but we don't offer a transition or border for this tile. We would recommend using landscaping timbers for a curb around the perimeter.
We have a rubber membrane on a flat roof and this product sounds terrific The weight of the 2.25 inch tile may be too heavy for the roof and wondering if you would have a thinner product? Linda Bengson
We have a 2 inch thick tile, which is about the thinnest we could recommend for outdoor installations. Consider the Sterling Tile in 2 inch thickness.
Could these be used as driveway pavers?
Not sure about this one, we don't have experience with rubber tiles and autos, generally rubber is not recommended in automotive settings.
Would these tiles be suitable as a base for an outdoor basketball court? Would you recommend placing them over concrete or compacted dirt?
Yes its possible, I dont have experience directly.
I am hoping to place this product on top of an existing wood deck - can you tell me how this product performs over that type of surface? Will it cause any harm to the wood (especially with rain or snow conditions)? Thanks!
This outdoor rubber tile is a great solution for any outdoor surface, the tile is designed to be used outdoors for extended periods of time in all climates. As for staining the existing wood decking we don't have experience with this issue, so we can not advise. Its possible some leaching might occur.
I have a flat rubber roof. do these roof tiles have to be glued down or will the interlock be enough to hold them in place
These tiles can be installed without glue, over 400 Sf please contact customer service for installation assistance and instructions.
We are looking at these for an Early Childhood Play ground in our fall zones. What needs to be underneath? Can it be a dirt foundation, or must concrete be poured?
This product does need to be installed on a hard flat surface, either crushed stone, compacted and leveled, or concrete or similar.
1. How do you cut these tiles, box cutter/utility knife? Power tool saw (circular, jig, etc.)? 2. Can you cut what will be an edge at an angle, such as 45 degrees? Application is on a rubber membrane flat roof deck, I'd want to make a 45 deg transition where the edge of the tiles meet a gutter/trough, the gutter/trough will not be covered with tiles, but is covered in the rubber membrane.
This rubber outdoor tile can be cut with a sharp utility knife. Yes you can cut the tiles at a beveled angle.