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Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles

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Proudly made in the USA
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12" x 12" x 1/2" thick tile
Accessories for Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles
Female Edge
3" x 12"
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Male Edge
3" x 12"
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Female Corner Edge
3" x 15"
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Male Corner Edge
3" x 15"
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Helps contain snow, water, and ice.
Auto Floor Guard
7'9" x 16'
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$199.00 $265.33 Weight: 20.00lbs
Helps contain snow, water, and ice.
Deluxe Auto Floor Guard
8'6" x 20'
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Description - Grid-Loc Diamond series tiles are engineered to withstand the harshest garage environments available. These tiles are capable of handling extremely heavy rolling vehicle loads and are resistant to oil, grease, antifreeze, and many other household chemicals. These tiles are also stain resistant, odorless, slip resistant, and UV stable. Installation is as easy as snapping together adjacent garage tiles to form a beautiful and customizable garage flooring surface. These garage floor tiles also come with an industry leading 12 year warranty.
Note: These tiles can be damaged under the weight of a car jack. We recommend using your car jack directly on concrete.
Material – Constructed of high quality impact resistant polypropylene (extremely durable hard thermoplastic polymer). This ensures colorfastness, durability, and chemical resistance.
Size – 12” x 12”
Thickness – 1/2 Inch
Weight – 0.83 Lbs. per tile
Origin – Made in the USA
Recommended Uses – Grid-Loc Diamond series tiles are truly built to be a multi use durable floor tile. These tiles are most commonly used as garage tiles however they have also been used successfully as a flooring option in tool and storage sheds, as trade show flooring, in auto dealership show rooms to accent cars, and on auto and car show display floors.
  • Grid-Loc Diamond plate tiles are typically in stock and ready to ship. Orders ship within 2-5 business days of the order being placed.
  • An email will automatically be sent to you with your tracking information as soon as your tiles ship and tracking information becomes available.
Grid-Loc Diamond plate interlocking tiles are easy to maintain. Cleaning of these multiuse tiles typically includes:
  • Vacuuming or sweeping any loose crumbs, dust, or debris from the tiles when necessary.
  • Hose off or damp mop the floor tiles with a mild soap and water mixture for tough or caked on dirt and/or stains.

Garage tiles are easy to install. Installation of these floor tiles typically includes:
  • Clean your sub floor so that it is free of all dirt, dust, grease, or other foreign material.
  • When installing the hard plastic tiles, we recommend starting in the front left corner of the room and working your way out from there.
  • Make sure the female side (loops) of the tile is facing away from the wall.
  • After filling the left wall with tiles and the adjacent wall, proceed to fill the rest of the room with whole tiles.
  • When you come up to a wall or object, don’t worry. Just measure the area and cut the tiles with a tile cutter or a power saw with a fine-toothed blade and put the trimmed tiles into place.
  • When trimming the tiles into place, make sure you leave about a 3/4” space between the tiles and the wall or obstruction.
  • Once the tiles are in place, you can then snap in the edge pieces, if you purchased them.

Highlights

  • Rolling weight of 36,000 lbs.
  • Made of durable impact resistant plastic
  • Easy snap together installation
  • Stain resistant and odor free
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Slip resistant
  • 12 year warranty
  • Combine with the Vented Grid-Loc Tiles to make some great custom designs

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    Will the white tiles yellow over time?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles are UV resistant which means they will not fade or change color in direct sunlight. So those white tiles will stay white for as long as you own the tiles.

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    My garage floor is epoxy painted. Will the floor peel from tire heat? Will the tires stain/scorch the floor under the tile? Will water (rain dripping off the vehicle) get through the joints to the floor underneath?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc tiles are a hard plastic tile and will keep your epoxy floor protected from the heat of the tires. Water and other liquids will flow between and underneath the tiles to a drain or out of your garage.

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    I purchased enough flooring to go under my car so it is not wall to wall. Problem is the tiles slide when I attempt to drive up on them. How to I stop them from sliding ?

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    To help prevent your flooring from sliding we recommend placing our 2mm Shockpad under your flooring. This underlay will help to quiet the floor and provide the flooring with the friction it needs to stay in place.

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    How do you clean the tiles. What do you use?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles can be easily cleaned with a mild soap and water solution or with a garden hose.

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    I live in Ohio, what happens when the snow and ice (salt) melt from your vehicle onto the garage and get below the tiles? Do you put something underneath the tiles?

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    If your garage has a grade to it, the water and salt should flow out of your garage. Since these tiles do allow water to flow under the tiles, you can hose the surface of the tiles allowing water to flow under the tiles. We also sell Auto Floor Guard container mats that help to keep the snow, ice, and salt from getting under the floor.

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    Are there any health concerns as it pertains to the toxicity of the product? Is it a rubber or non-rubber material?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles are very safe and are constructed with a hard polypropylene plastic.

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    What preparation is needed for placing tiles on cement cracks in the garage??

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    If the cracks in the garage are small cracks with no height variation, then no preparation is needed. If the cracks are large and have a significant difference in height, then leveling your concrete would be necessary. To level your concrete use of a leveling compound is required.

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    If a tile does become damaged in the center of my garage am I able to replace that single damaged tile?

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    You can replace a single Diamond Grid-Loc Tile with the use of a paint can opener. Place the opener on one end of the tile and pull up. Once removed, you can place the new tile in its place.

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    Are these tiles non-combustible? I would like to put it on a wood floor.

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles are non-combustible.

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    How do I remove a few tiles for replacement in the middle of floor ? Chuck

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    To remove a few tiles in the middle of a floor, we recommend using a paint can opener. You will place the opener under tile you are looking to replace and then lift up. Once removed you can put the new tile in its place.

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    Can these tiles be installed over an asphalt base?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles can be installed over an asphalt base.

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    Do you ship to Canada, we use a lot of dirt on our roads that we scrape off our garage floor in winter, would we be able to scrape off the Diamond tiles?

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    We do ship to Canada and you would be able to remove dirt and grime from our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles with ease. We recommend using a hose and broom.

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    I like the black and white tile, is it suitable for a barbershop and can I place in over linoleum?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles would work as flooring in a barber shop. Due to the extended amount of standing that is required to cut a person's hair, we would recommend going with our Diamond Flex Tiles which provide more comfort under foot. Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles can be placed on​ a linoleum floor.

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    Will liquid go in between the cracks on the Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles?

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    Liquids are able to penetrate between our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles when installed.

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    Do I need to lay an underlayment on the floor first? Also how critical is leaving a half inch space between tile and wall?

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    An underlayment is not necessary under our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles. We do recommend placing a rubber underlay under these tiles to help reduce noise and also add extra comfort under foot. The 1/2" expansion gap is necessary for areas where there is no temperature control. If the area where the flooring is installed is temperature controlled and void of any direct sunlight, you wouldn't necessarily need the expansion gap. We do recommend having an expansion gap in all installations due to the fact that things do happen and you never know when your air conditioner or heater might fail. If you are installing this floor in a room in your home, you can cover the expansion gap with a quarter round which will hide the gap and create a nice finished look.

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    How does this tile hold up in a non-heated garage during the winter in Michigan.

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles are made with a hard polypropylene plastic that is ideally suited for any garage. These tiles are resistant to most household and vehicle chemicals and will not get brittle in freezing temperatures. Snow, ice, and salt are not a problem for these tiles either as they allow any melted snow and ice to flow through and under the floor allowing for the water to run out of your garage or to a drain.

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    Are the diamond grid-lock titles slip resistant? Would they keep wet tires from sliding?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles are slip resistant. The diamond pattern is what helps to keep the tiles slip resistant even when wet. This does not mean that your tiles will not slip under all conditions, but under most conditions, these diamond pattern will give your tires the proper amount of grip.

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    Are these tile good for making an aerobic exercise platform, to be used on top of a carpeted floor ?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles are a hard plastic tile that may not give you the type of give you are looking for. Also, even though they feature a diamond patterned top, they still may not give you the type of traction you need for your exercises. For those types of exercises, we recommend going with one our rubber flooring options.

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    Can these tiles be installed over a dirt floor? I have a detached garage with dirt floors right now. I plan to tamp down those floors, add pea gravel, tamp that down, then install a vapor barrier, shock pad, and rubber tiles. Is this an option?

    A:

    Ideally, we would recommend installing our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles over concrete or asphalt. When placed over dirt, there is potential for the tiles to embed themselves into the dirt. This may create an uneven surface that is unsightly and not the safest.

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    Will oil, gear oil, or transmission fluid damage the tiles or stain them?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles are resistant to most car and household chemicals. Oil, gear oil , and transmission fluid would not stain these tiles.

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    My garage floor is made up of 6 concrete slabs all separated by expansion joints. Can this flooring be put over the expansion joints without filling them. I was really hoping to avoid having to fill the joints by finding a flooring that is strong enough to go directly over them without damage or deform with the weight of a car over the joints.

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles can be installed over your expansion joints without filling in the expansion joint. These tiles are made from hard plastic polypropylene and would be strong enough to keep their integrity when installing over your expansion joints.

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    I just ordered your diamond grid-loc tiles and the shock rubber underlayment. My question is with the underlayment and moisture. I live in the Midwest and see plenty of rainy days and snow, and often the cars bring water into the garage. The water currently mostly seeps into the cement, and the rest evaporates quickly. I bought the underlayment for the sound issue but do not want mold brewing beneath my floor. Do I want to make sure this underlayment is sealed at the seams to prevent any water underneath it or would it be prudent to cut the underlayment along the expansion joints of the floor (where the water normally goes and disappears quickly)to let the water drain? It seems letting water underneath these mats would cause mold issues on the concrete but also water sitting on top of the rubber would take a long time to evaporate. Please advise. Thanks.

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    Mold would not grow under our Shock Pad when installing under your Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles. Rubber inherently mold and mildew resistant and will not harbor either of them. The only time you will see mold is there was food left on the underlay. Water will easily evaporate from the rubber. Since this material is also somewhat porous, the water will also flow down to the concrete below. No cutting or sealing would need to be made.

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    If i put this in my basement and some water gets under it will the mold and mildew be a problem?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles are resistant to mold and mildew growth and would not promote either if water were to get under the tiles. The only time you would see mold or mildew growth would be if there were some organic material under the tiles.

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    I often have wet cars in my garage. The floor slopes slightly towards a drain in the middle of the floor. Can I use titles? Do you have special cut outs for drains? or should I just use vented tiles?

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    You can use our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles in a garage where there will be water and a slope. Since these tiles allow water to flow between and under the floor, you don't necessarily need to use one of the Vented Grid-Loc Tiles, but you can interlock our Vented Grid-Loc Tiles with our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles for that purpose.

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    Live in the northeast where tiles will be exposed to road salt and melting road slop dripping on the garage floor. Is this product suitable for these type of conditions on occasion or any recommendations?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles have been installed all over the US and Canada with great success. These tiles are made from the same PVC plastic used for piping in your home. These tiles are freeze/thaw stable and are resistant to most household and vehicle chemicals. So they would work great installed in a garage in the Northeast.

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    I live in northern ny. We get a lot of snow and the state uses a lot of salt on the roads. How does this product hold up against salt, sand and snow?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles have been used all over the US and Canada and hold up excellently to all types of climates. These tiles are made from a hard polypropylene plastic and are resistant to most household and vehicle chemicals. So salt, sand, and snow will not be a problem for these tiles.

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    What type of jig saw or circular saw blade is best to use for cutting the tiles? Also would a Dremel Tool work in cutting the tiles and if so what is the best blade to use.

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    For our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles, a Laminate Blade is the best blade type to use. We do recommend running the blade at a lower speed and with some silicone or water to help alleviate the melting that occurs when cutting these tiles with blades. You can use a Dremel Tool to cut these tiles as well. The type of blade you would use is one that cuts both wood and plastic.

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    What do you suggest for an underlayment? I am worried about noise and shifting of tiles.

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    We recommend using our 2mm ShockPad under our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles or you can use our 1/8" thick Eco-Flec Rolls. Both will give you ample noise reduction and will keep the floor from shifting.

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    Can you use these on a wood deck?

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    Our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles can be used on a wood deck.

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    I'm trying to find out information about grid loc tiles and radiant floor heating systems. I have radiant heat in my slab concrete for my garage and need to know if the tiles will reduce the effect of the radiant heat or if they will just heat up to the temperature of the floor and radiate heat like the floor would. Thank you.

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    The Diamond Grid-Lock Tiles would reduce the effect of the radiant heating system. They will not transfer the heat like porcelain or ceramic tile would.

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    Can a car jack be placed over the grid loc tiles for jacking up a car?

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    We do not recommend placing car jacks over our Diamond Grid-Lock Tiles because there is a potential for the tile(s) to crack.

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    Can these diamond Grid-Loc tiles be used on a concrete basement floor? We primarily use our basement for storage and indoor gardening activities such as potting plants and growing vegetables under grow lights.

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    You can use install our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles over a concrete floor in your basement. These tiles are a floating interlocking floor and are resistant to staining, mold, and mildew growth. With the diamond pattern on top, they are also very slip resistant.

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    If a garage floor concrete is uneven will this work over it?

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    You can install our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles over an uneven garage floor to a certain extent. If there are slight dips and peaks, these tiles will perform as stated. If there are major dips or peaks, more than a 1", the tiles have a potential to separate when driven over or walked over. This could damage the tiles are cause a trip hazard.

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  Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles review
Self-installed in Our Garage
from Montrose, CO wrote...
We recently purchased your Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles. We chose royal blue & beige for our Garage floor. It was very easy to put the tiles down, once we got the hang of it.. However John had to do some cutting when it came time to fit into the corners and places where a 12" square would not fit.

We received our tiles on Wednesday, May 6th, and finished up the job on Saturday May 8th. That included John putting a quarter round board along the baseboard we already had down.

We are so proud that we could do this project ourselves. We are not young people either --John is 84, and I am 79. SO needless to say, it was a little hard on our feet, legs, and backs. But we got the job done that we set out to do!!! We are proud of our Garage now and have shown i to several of our neighbors.. they liked it too!

We have extra tiles left, so we will use them if we need to replace any in the future. I'm enclosing some pictures of our Garage floor- before & after the tiles were put down..

P.S. Wish we had known about your company 9 years ago.. we had painted the floor with Epoxy paint, but it hasn't held up like we thought it would.. oh well, live and learn I guess!!!

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  Excellent Product, EASY to install
Self-installed in Garage, work area
from Arizona wrote...
I ordered four colors of the product, laid out a pattern, and completed a 24 by 30 garage--all in a weekend. It was easy to lay out. I used a box cutter with a new blade to cut all the tiles. And, it looks great when I was done. Also, the product shipped very quickly and complete! Thanks.
  Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles ease of installation final
Self-installed in Garage
from El Paso Texas wrote...
Installing this floor in my garage added an extra room to the house...not only is the garage a great place for our cars it also was setup for a nice workshop and party room. The installation was simple and fun...the material is very durable but easy to work with.

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  Good bang for your buck
Self-installed in Garage
from New York, NY wrote...
Garage looks outstanding! Everything came perfectly. Installation was pretty easy. When cutting tile, first tried a box cutting blade but it was too arduous. The jigsaw worked great and cut my time exponentially. Stomping on the tile to join them worked most effectively. Having a rubber mallet handy proved beneficial for the edges. These tiles are durable but not soft. You will hear the flexing of the tiles when walking on them but since they'll be in the garage it's an easy trade-off. Would highly recommend. I've seen some waterproof tiles but they were at least twice the price and required a lot more prep and finish. Excellent customer service!
  Garage/Workshop
Self-installed in Garage/workshop
from New London, CT wrote...
I had installed regular vinyl floor tiles over the concrete Garage floor about 20 years ago. They had become brittle and had holes from Motorcycle kickstands, generally shabby looking. Internet research for a suitable covering led me to www.rubberingflooring.com. After checking pricing for other methods of repair/replacement I decided to go with the Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles with an underlayment of 30# roofing felt, 423 square feet at a cost of about $35.00 at the local big box store. The underlay took most of the hollow echo out of the tile when walking across them, however one still hears the creaking of the tile but not objectively so, small trade off for the clean looks. My garage/workshop is 24' x 30' and I keep a 12' x 20' area without any covering so as to be able to use jacks to lift cars as needed, the manufacturer of the tiles states not to use jacks on the tile to prevent damage. This is consistent with the prior floor covering layout. I purchased edging for the separation of concrete and tile, really neatens things up, in addition to allowing a smooth transition from one flooring to the other. All cutting of tile was done using a band saw with a standard wood cutting blade, just went slow to avoid overheating tile. Installation went very easily using a leather mallet to join tiles together. No undue surprises with install. All in all I am very pleased with the outcome. I did order samples to evaluate construction of tiles, I then placed my order after utilizing the custom design feature on the web page which was a big help in determining colors and lay out. I received my order 10 days after placing order on a Saturday so actual order wasn't received until Monday, so rather good shipping times considering that it was very near Christmas. UPS delivered all 10 boxes into my garage so I only had to move them into place, a big labor savings. I had no reason to contact the company after placing my order as there were no problems with shipping and order was as I placed it. From the reviews I read I suspect if there were any problems the Company would be very supportive.
  great product
Self-installed in garage
from westchester, ny wrote...
Easy, fast and relatively inexpensive way to transform a dusty garage into a car showroom!
  great floor
Self-installed in garage
from newburgh NY wrote...
I found the floor very easy to install it has improved my garage floor appearance i would highly recommend buying this product
  Best Garage Flooring
Installed in Garage
from East Amherst, NY wrote...
I have been looking for a permanent solution to eliminate the garage concrete floot chipping until I come across this garage rubber tiles. Installation is just a piece of cake. All I need is just a rubber hammer for interlocking the pieces and a jigsaw for fitting the tiles at the bottom of the staircase. It merely took me 3 hours to cover up the whole floor of a double garage.

RubberFlooringInc- Customer
  Good Product!!
Self-installed in Garage, (pool house and balcony are next
from Ozark, AL wrote...
Easy to put down! Took two of us three hours to install on a 25' X 24' garage floor. Did the border trim (end pieces the next day which took about six hours as there were cutting requirements that required precision. It looks great and our cars thanked us for the luxury.. :-)) Am going to put it down in our pool house as well as our outside balcony that has to be painted every two years.
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Self-installed in Newly built 3 car garage
from Greer, SC wrote...
I measured our garage by myself and ordered online the Diamond grid lock garage flooring as a surprise for my husband for his new 3 car garage. The person I worked with online to order the flooring was very kind and professional with me and...very patient. The day it arrived, my husband came home and I surprised him with a pallet of flooring, he couldn't believe it! Well...let's just say he was floored. He wanted to start installing it right away. He and our grandson installed all of the flooring in our 3 car garage, with cuts in 7 hours. It looks fantastic and he loves it!!

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