Our interlocking floor tiles are made from PVC which is a plastic polymer with many performance benefits. PVC is replacing a lot of traditional building materials because it is cost effective, strong and long lasting.
floor tiles are available in a 7mm thickness, ensuring they are hard-wearing and durable, making them a tough and dependable
flooring solution. Our interlocking tiles are easily able to withstand vehicle traffic.
Floor Tile Company, we provide our customers with four choices of colours for
their garage floor. These floor tiles are available in black, red, graphite and
blue, with the option of mixing and matching colours with our bundle packages.
No. We have never had a problem with water or snow. The interlocking joints are breathable meaning that any water residue can evaporate as normal and will not leave a smell or create damp underneath your floor.
can add personal touches to yourgarage, by
including bespoke graphics printed on to your garage floor tiles. Either supply
us with your graphic or contact us to have our in-house designers create this for you (please
note additional artwork fees may apply).
tiles are designed to be tough and rigid once installed, we’ve made it easy to
remove them too. So, if you’re moving houses, you can take your flooring with
you. You can also replace single tiles if they are damaged. To remove a tile,
gently use a utility knife and lift at the interlocking joint, there onwards
it’s easy to remove the remaining floor tiles by lifting them with your hands.
floor tiles are designed for flexible use, whether you’re moving houses or need
to apply your tiles in a different way, you can simply take them apart and
reassemble the tiles without worry.
recommended operating temperature for our garage floor tiles is 15-35°C.
Please note that we can’t warranty any installations that take place when the temperature
is below 15°C. We’d advise standing the tiles in the space they are going to be
installed in to for 48 hours prior, allowing for them to acclimatise to their
new surroundings before installing them.
Tiles located in direct sunlight or near a heat source may
need to be glued down to reduce movement during heat expansion. Talk to our
experienced team to discuss in more detail.
Yes, we can
provide a coaster sized sample of our interlocking floor tiles, allowing you to
get a feel for the quality of the garage flooring solution. Click here to order
your free sample in a colour of your choice.
Yes, our interlocking floor tiles can be installed over underfloor heating if you follow our
recommendations around installation. Please contact us before installing your
garage floor tiles over a heated floor for guidance.
Made from virgin-PVC,
our interlocking flooring solution is classified as a fire-retardant
construction product (rated Bfl-S1). This means that our tiles don’t support
combustion or the spread of flames and generate very little smoke when they are
multiple benefits to installing our garage floor tiles in your space. Firstly,
thanks to the interlocking design, they’re easy to install with minimal DIY
experience required – watch this video or download our PDF guide to see just how easy it is.
PVC, our interlocking floor tiles are tough and durable,
handling the weight and friction from vehicles and large equipment.
Our garage floor
tiles are shock and impact resistant, providing an anti-fatigue surface for
when you’re working out and preventing damage if you accidentally drop weights or
benefit of our garage floor tiles is the ease of cleaning. We recommend using our cleaning kit.
to have an extra pair of hands, but that doesn’t mean you can’t install the
flooring on your own. Our garage floor tiles are easy to install with minimal
DIY experience required, click here to see how.
In most applications no adhesive is required; the tiles can be dry laid and will withstand vehicle traffic without a problem. The only instances in which the tiles may require gluing is when part of the floor is likely to be exposed to much higher temperatures than the rest of the floor (e.g. a south facing garage door). If gluing is required the simplest adhesive to use is Uzin MK92S.
No. Install as much of the floor as you can, then move the machine on top of the tiles you've already installed. Continue to fit the rest of the tiles and then put the machine back in its original position.
floor tiles have an interlocking joint that is extremely tight once locked together,
but we can’t claim that it’s 100% waterproof. If large amounts of water are
left to sit on the floor, it is possible that some will seep through the gaps
in between the tiles. The most
common concern people have is that the water will become stagnant and start to
smell but this will not happen. Firstly, the chemicals in PVC act as a natural
biocide that prevents the growth of nasty smelling bacteria and secondly any moisture under the tiles would evaporate back up through
the joints because the temperature above the tiles is almost certain to be
higher than that under the tiles.
garage floor tiles are hard-wearing and long lasting, like any other surface
they may scratch if objects are dragged along the surface. Therefore, we
recommend lifting heavy objects that are likely to scratch when rearranging
your space. Remember to watch out for sharp stones being brought into the
garage, as these would scratch all floor coverings when pressure is applied.
Catalytic Converters – When the car is running the catalytic converter gets extremely hot and if the car is left running whilst sitting on the tiles it may cause the tiles directly under the converter to expand through the heat. This is only a temporary issue, and the tiles will shrink back to their original size once the heat source has been removed. In a busy commercial garage, it is worth considering gluing the tiles down in-between the lifts or ramps where vehicles may be left with the engine running.
Staining from car tyres – Rubber tyres will stain almost every type of floor including bare concrete, painted and vinyl flooring. The stain is a chemical reaction and will not damage the tiles or impact on their durability.
What causes the staining? Staining is caused by a component called '6PPD' (Phenaline Diamine) that is used when manufacturing car tyres. 6PPD is an antioxidant that is added to rubber products to prevent degradation and cracking.
It also has other beneficial effects in the moulding of rubber itself.
Staining is dark grey/green in appearance and usually appears within 4-5 hours of tyres being placed on tiles.
How to avoid the staining issue? As staining in a dark colour, using darker tiles makes it far less obvious and almost indistinguishable from the colour of the tile itself, it would be the smartest choice to use black or graphite (and amongst the most popular too). If you wish to use the lighter colour tiles to brighten up your garage or workshop, it's worth designing the floor in a layout that incorporates different colours, using the darker coloured tiles where the vehicle will be parked.
Occasionally, you may notice
indentations after applying a lot of
weight to our floor tiles over a small
area (e.g. motorcycle stands and
Indentations occur more often when
the floor is warm, as the tiles become
softer and more flexible.
The tiles are designed to encourage
movement when subject to heavy point
loads. This is to prevent the tiles from
breaking or snapping under pressure.
The tiles will always return to their
normal form once the weight has
been removed, so this is nothing to be
They may take longer to reform in
colder weathers, however the process
can be sped up by using a hot air gun
or by placing a damp cloth over the
tile (ensuring that the cloth remains
damp at all times) and running an iron
over the cloth.
All hard or resilient flooring will be prone to scratches if
sharp or hard objects are dragged across them.
Applying Dr. Schutz Floor Mat Sealer to your floor after
installation will extend its life and make it easier to clean and maintain.
Some materials are known to cause staining on vinyl floors. Typical examples
include asphalt and bitumen materials, rubber tyres, rubber-back carpets,
rubber mats, rubber furniture rests, trolley wheels, shoe soles not made from
non-staining materials and finally, heat degradation.
Simply mop the Floor Mat Sealer over your floor to add an
extra protective layer.
When the first protective film is dry to walk on (after
approximately 1 hour), apply a second coat and allow to dry for at least 12
hours before the floor is walked on, ideally overnight.
Providing we have stock available; we aim to deliver your item within 1-2 working days. Delivery timescales can change due to factors beyond our control. Please contact us if you require an accurate delivery date.
Typically, orders will arrive within 2-5 working days. You will receive a tracking number and notice of this delivery.
Due to our demanding
production schedule, we cannot always guarantee that products are available. If
your order is not available, we will do our best to manufacture it within 3-5
days and keep you informed of any delays.
currently don’t provide any finance or credit options.
We are a UK manufacturer with over 25 years expertise producing heavy duty, smart and durable interlocking floor tiles. We pride ourselves on quality and excellent customer service. We can't wait to add you to our long list of satisfied customers.