Customer Reviews For life floor at Greatmats:
EZ Portable Dance Floor
Great product and very easy to assemble. I am using these panels as a base for a fit pole, which is basically...
South Orange, NJ
Rosco Adagio Marley 20 LF Roll
I really like that it's fun to turn on, and it is really easy to dance on.
Lake Elmo, MN
Garage Floor Tile Diamond
I always wanted a floor like this for my garage/ and saw on on great mats that they send the product...
SOUTH DAYTONA, FL
Rubber Flooring Rolls 8 mm 10% Color Geneva Per SF
Great product. Very easy to install and looks great!
HomeStyle Stone Series Floor Tile 6 tiles
We received exactly what we ordered within a week. Joann was fantastic to work with and wont hesitate...
Tuff Seal Floor Tile Colors
This product is very durable and great for home basement floors and for garage flooring.
Rubber Flooring Rolls 1/4 Inch Black Geneva Per SF
Great product. Easy to install myself. Delivery was easy and convenient. Rolls were just a tad too heavy...
Most Common Product Questions For life floor at Greatmats:
Is the vinyl pron to cracking and what density is the sponge
Great question, these mats are for commercial indoor use and have a warranty from the factory. They will have a useful life span. The foam is about shore C 35.
Is it a must to be glued down to my rooftop?
No these tile are not glued down, they are glued together.
Can this be layed directly on dirt?
This tile is designed to be installed on a hard flat surface. These tiles would sink into the dirt.
Wouldnt water trapped underneath the tile be a problem?
This rubber outdoor tile allows water to drain under the tile.
Do they HAVE to be glued together? Or would they stay interlocked on their own? Does water flow freely beneath them? (We would be installing them on a flat, slightly sloped roof with a rubber or EPDM membrane.)
These tiles should be glued together at the interlock and glued down at the perimeter for open area installs. It is not required for all installations.
Are these tiles combustible?
These would not catch fire/burn easily.
Can you paint the rubber tile? If so, what type or kind of paint is recommended?
We do not recommend painting the tiles.