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Quality Rubber Interlocking Mats for Sale

The Premium PVC Interlocking Floor Tile For Industrial, Commercial and Home

We offer highly specialized rubber mats for a range of applications. Our rubber tiles are anti-slip therefore suitable for any type of flooring

gym matting

Our gym tiles have a twin purpose of protecting the sub-floor and the user at the same time, this makes it a great product.

Hidden rubber tiles are one of the ranges of rubber mats that we supply, they have a seamless line finish that makes it perfect .

Vehicle rubber flooring on show is the most popular flooring amongst car dealers and anyone who keeps a lot of vehicles on a single site

Rubber rolls are liked by most of our clients because they possess this unmatched aesthetic appeal not seen in most rubber products

It is a versatile interlocking floor tile with attractive feel and appearance combined with heavy-duty features that makes it ideal for versatile.

The floor interlocking mats can withstand a lot of abuse from floor heavy dropping on to the ground like tools and other items.

Our warehouse rubber floor is a unique completely future proof ecofriendly indoor rubber mats suitable for factory floors.

The workshop floor mats are designed to withstand high abuse of workshop floor and helps provide uninterrupted use of the floor ,

How to install Interlocking Floor Tiles

Place edge and first row tiles

Working from each centre corner outwards, connect tiles to fill the remaining floor area.

Leave an even gap on all sides with enough room to cut strips of tiles to fill each gap.

Connect two centre columns

Using a utility knife or jig saw, cut tiles to the measured size of the remaining edge gaps and connect to complete the installation.

Tip: leave tiles in direct sunlight for a few minutes to soften, making cutting easier. Allow to cool and firm for 4-5 minutes before connecting with other tiles.

Connect centre rows and reposition.

If your area requires edging along two perpendicular sides, you can cut the meeting edge tiles on a 45° angle to create a flush corner edge.

Before starting, identify the edge tiles with grooved cut markings on the underside. Using a metal ruler and utility knife, cut off the excess to create a corner edge piece.

Connect tiles to fill the remaining floor area.

Working from each centre corner outwards, connect tiles to fill the remaining floor area.

Leave an even gap on all sides with enough room to cut strips of tiles to fill each gap.

Measure and cut tiles to fit edge gaps.

Using a utility knife or jig saw, cut tiles to the measured size of the remaining edge gaps and connect to complete the installation.

Tip: leave tiles in direct sunlight for a few minutes to soften, making cutting easier. Allow to cool and firm for 4-5 minutes before connecting with other tiles.

Measure and cut tiles to fit edge gaps.

If your area requires edging along two perpendicular sides, you can cut the meeting edge tiles on a 45° angle to create a flush corner edge.

Before starting, identify the edge tiles with grooved cut markings on the underside. Using a metal ruler and utility knife, cut off the excess to create a corner edge piece.

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