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8mm Designer Series Rubber Tiles - Coffee Creek Questions & Answers

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8mm Designer Series Rubber Tiles - Coffee Creek
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$20.57 Tile
reg: $7.47 sqft
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How do you transition from rubber tiles in the exercise room to carpet in an adjacent room through a doorway? Is there a transition piece available?
We do offer a rubber floor ramp for our 8mm Designer Series Rubber Tiles - Coffee Creek that can help you transition your rubber flooring to your carpet. If you are looking for any other type of transition like t-molding or other types of reducers, we do have a large line of moldings that can be found on our trims & moldings page.
For the dimensions on this tile, is the 23” x 23” the solid part of the tile, or does it include the locking edges?
The 23" x 23" size included the interlocks in our 8mm Designer Series Rubber Tiles - Coffee Creek. The interlocked size for this tile is 23" x 23".
Can you install this on an outdoor patio?
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You can install our 8mm Designer Series Rubber Tiles - Coffee Creek outdoors. These tiles are very durable and are able to withstand the elements. Since these interlocking tiles are made from rubber, they are very slip resistant and are more slip-resistant when wet. They are very easy to clean and maintain and are resistant to mold and mildew growth. The only thing that you will notice with these rubber tiles is that in direct sunlight, they will fade over time.
Do these come with edge borders? If not, how much are border tiles? I would need 4 corner tiles and 2 border tiles to make a 46" x 69" rectangle with straight edges to go under a massage chair.
Our 8mm Designer Series Rubber Tiles only come as center tiles. To create corner and border tiles, you will need to cut the tiles with a sharp utility knife and a straight edge.
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