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Interlocking Floor Tiles
Interlocking Floor Tiles information and articles for ModuTile's website visitors.
Posted on April 27, 2011 by admin
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Posted on March 28, 2011 by adminAre you looking for ways to add value to your home by remodeling? Usually, nothing adds more value to a home more than adding livable square footage. If you have an unused basement, remodeling it may be the easiest and least costly method to increase the value of the house. Here at ModuTile, we specialize in DIY floors, but this article lists things to consider when remodeling your basement. Visit our basement flooring section to see all our basement floor tiles.
Posted on February 13, 2011 by adminThis article will show five examples of the most popular design choices when using our single color interlocking floor tiles. Please note that different rooms will have unique design needs. We recommend you to visit our room-by-room explanation of what you should considering before choosing your design or starting installation. We hope that some of these designs will inspire you to make your basement flooring or garage flooring special. We also encourage you to visit our Interlocking Floor Tiles: Online Designer Software page to try out different color combinations and perhaps create your own unique floor design. Below are the five design layouts that we will cover in this article.
Posted on February 7, 2011 by adminThis article applies to ModuTile’s basement flooring and other indoor installations where you have 4 walls and no major outdoor entrance. This type of installations do not require the use of ramp edges. The information provided in this article would not apply to a garage flooring installation. This article will help you understand the proper installation procedures and recommendations. In order to save time, proper planning is important. Knowing the dimensions of the room and knowing your pattern selection is key. For an in depth explanation about layout design, please refer to the “Basement Flooring: Design” article(s). For the purpose of this article, we assume that you have already planned the layout of your basement and purchased your tiles.
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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