Sterling Roof Top Tile 2 Inch Gray
Sterling Gray Patio Rubber Tile, 2 Inch Outdoor Rubber Flooring
Top Features for Sterling Roof Top Tile 2 Inch Gray
- Durable Patio Rubber Floor Tile
- Interlocking Edges
- Easy Installation
- Easy to Clean
- Heavy Duty Outdoor Patio and Deck Flooring
- High Quality Manufacturing
Patio Floor Tiles, Rooftop Flooring, Golf Courses, Deck Tile Surfaces, Outdoor Rubber Flooring
For regular cleaning damp mop with hot water and a neutral Ph cleaner, such as Taski Profi. For exterior use hose off.Shipping
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NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
Rubber rooftop flooring tiles are 2x2 ft square interlocking outdoor rubber tile with border edging options. The roof floor tiles allow water to drain under the tiles and can be installed without the need to glue the tiles down. The tiles are glued to each other at the interlocking tabs. Transfer your rubber or EPDM rubber roof into a living space.
This durable rubber floor tile is 2 inch thick and 2x2 ft in size. Use this rubber outdoor flooring tile for exterior installations on decks, rooftops and patios at home and in commercial installations. This products ships from the Northeast.
Available in black, terra cotta, green, blue, gray, and brown. Border and corner ramps available in all matching colors.
These outdoor rubber tile are manufactured using recycled rubber buffings or crumb rubber from reground automotive tires. Black or color from the rubber material will rub off to some extent under normal use. This is common contact wear with this type of rubber tile in this product family type.
Is it a must to be glued down to my rooftop?
Can this be layed directly on dirt?
Wouldnt water trapped underneath the tile be a problem?
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.)
Are these tiles combustible?