Installation: Garage Flooring
Article base to learn about how to install modular garage floor tiles. This area will also cover garage improvement ideas.
Posted on July 18, 2011 by adminModuTile manufactures two types of edges for the loop-to-peg interlocking floor tiles. We call them “Ramp Edges with Loops” and “Ramp Edges NO Loops”. The names refer to the loops on the long side of the ramp edge. Because the tiles are modular in nature, you have the option to select either type of edge for your installation. There is no right or wrong decision. However, depending on how you start your installation and the type of room in which you are installing the interlocking floor tiles, you may want to consider selecting one vs. the other. Let me explain what we mean by that.
Posted on February 17, 2011 by adminModuTile’s interlocking floor tiles are often installed in garages. The tiles can withstand the weight of heavy vehicles and other heavy equipment such as tool boxes or cabinets. When designing your new garage floor, we recommend that you review the following information before deciding on your final design layout. Once you are ready to buy, visit our garage flooring section to see all our garage floor tile options.
Posted on January 31, 2011 by adminThis article applies to all interlocking floor tiles with our loop to peg system. It is a basic introduction of how to interlock the tiles together. Interlocking the tiles together is as simple as aligning the tiles properly and snapping them together with your hand or mallet. Aligning the Interlocking Floor Tile is important.
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