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ModuTile’s Interlocking Floor Tiles are made to hold heavy roll over weight using a high-impact polypropylene material. It is a modular floor design that interlocks together using a loop to peg locking system. Interlocking tiles are useful in various situations such as redesigning your garage floor, basement floor, home gym floor or even as a deck floor. We encourage you to visit other sections of this site to view pictures of how some of our customers are using the tiles.
Self-install flooring – There is no need to pay a professional installer to install this floor tiles. They snap together very easy but they are strong enough that they will not come apart even when heavy vehicles drive on them. In fact, you don’t need any tools to install the floor. You can snap the interlocking tiles using your bare hands.
Interlocking Tile Color Options – We understand that you are unique so we provide various color selections to fit your own unique design style. For example, many of our customers own Harley Davidsons, so we provide orange and black tile combination so that they can make their own garage floor mat design. Of course, if you are covering a deck floor, you may want to select our popular beige and brown combination. Basically, we have various colors to fit your own project.
Interlocking Floor Tile: Options – We make three types; High-Impact Polymer Interlocking Floor Tiles, Interlocking Carpet Floor Tiles and Interlocking Laminate Floor Tiles (Click on the Links to Filter the Results on the Bottom of the Page). All three variations have the same high-impact polymer base design. Each tile is different to fit your project. For example, patio flooring may require high water flow tile or drain tile. We designed all our high-impact polymer base floor interlocking floor tiles to interlock with one another so that you can use them together and make better looking designs. All the tiles are designed with grooves underneath for air and water passage. This prevents molding and adds to the longevity of the flooring. This is especially important when working on your basement flooring.