Patio Outdoor Tile
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- Waterproof and slip resistant
- Ideal for wet areas including showers, pools, and hot tubs
- PVC floor tile with unique interlocking connecting system
- Easily snaps together for DIY installation
- UV stable for outdoor use
- Drain through tile for use around your pool
- Comfortable on the feet
- Useful for outdoor basketball and tennis court flooring
Wet Area Tile, Outdoor Flooring, Pool Surrounds, Deck Top Floors
The Patio Outdoor Tile is ideal for nearly all hard, flat, outdoor foot traffic surfaces and is sturdy enough to handle the weight of patio furniture such as residential tables and chairs. Designed for use in wet areas, the interlocking patio tiles' perforated square design provides an elevated floor with drain-through technology and can be easily cut for wall-to-wall installation.
Each interlocking patio tile weighs 1 pound and measures 11 5/8 inch across and 1/2 inch thick, making for simple planning and installation in space of any size or shape. These interlocking patio tiles, use an advanced hook-and-loop connection system to ensure sturdy snap together construction and effortless disassembly without the need for connection or separation tools. (Measurements do not include interlock hooks or loops.) The interlocking patio tile design allows for dry lay installation with no need for special adhesives. Border strips are not available for this product.
Waterproof and slip resistant, the Patio Outdoor Tile is perfect areas such as showers, pools, hot tubs, deck top floors, locker rooms and patios. The interlocking patio tiles are also suitable for outdoor athletic flooring such as basketball and tennis courts. Each tile is equipped with 265 pegs on the underside to secure the elevated tile, while the top surface is comfortable on the feet.
Consider using these interlocking patio tiles around your sauna, spa or outdoor entertainment area. The flexible polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material does not absorb moisture and lets all water drain through, leaving a constantly dry top surface and leaving the interlocking patio tiles equipped to handle indoor and outdoor areas where moisture is present.
Patio outdoor tiles come in solid colors of light gray, blue or terra cotta. Made in Taiwan, colors and quantities of these interlocking patio tiles may be seasonal. The minimum order is 30 tiles. Please contact customer service at 877-822-6622 or email@example.com for availability quantities of more than 3,000 tiles.
While our patio outdoor tiles do not have a UV rating, the interlocking patio tiles have been UV treated and come with a 1 year limited warranty. Patio outdoor tile is not suitable for rubber membrane rooftop surfaces.
Imported from overseas, colors and quantities may be seasonal, please check with customer service for availability of larger quantities of over 3000 tiles.
Product can be damp mopped with common household floor cleaners, avoid bleachShipping
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|Material Type||PVC Plastic|
|SF per Item||0.92|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||60|
|Interlock Loss||0.04 feet|
|Material Density||Shore A 89|
|Surface Finish||Perforated top|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Interlocking, dry lay|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year limited|
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Can I use this under children's play area with swing set? Thanks Christie
How do you cut this material for rounded edges, etc? Is a regular scissors sufficient?
I'm trying to find an outdoor rubber title to surround a pool we are installing because wood decking is too costly. Two questions, can I lay this material directly over sand/dirt? How many will I need if I'm trying to go around a pool that measures 16x24 (oval shape)? Do you recommend a specific tile for this?
Is there any edge tile to purchase? Or border tile, the 1/2 inch drop off is considerable when my children are running around playing tennis on it.
What is the grid opening size?
I am considering this flooring to put over my wood deck by the pool and I live in MN. Is there any issues leaving this in place through the cold winter months?