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ModuTile Basement Interlocking Laminate Tiles - Natural Wood - 27 sq.ft.
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ModuTile Basement Interlocking Laminate Tiles - Natural Wood - 27 sq.ft.

Item# SPM5775816302P | Model# T3US1527 | Added on May 15, 2012 | Source: Sears.com
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Improve your basement floor with ModuTile Wood Laminate Interlocking Basement Floor Tiles. They are Made in the USA and available in natural or red wood options . When the laminate squares interlock together, they form a large and beautiful floor area. The laminate tiles are very durable, so they will be able to withstand the weight of furniture or equipment that is placed on top. They also provide a comfortable surface for walking. The interlocking laminate tiles install without the use of any tools or adhesives. Just interlock the tiles together by hand. There is no surface preparation required other than sweeping the floor clean. ModuTile interlocking laminate tiles is a fast and affordable DIY (do it yourself) flooring solution.

The interlocking floor tiles snap together to cover your entire basement or you can simple create a floor mat. The basement tiles are designed to snap together using a loop-to-peg interlocking system. Once snapped together, they will not come apart under normal usage. Each tile has two sides with loops and two sides without and measures 12 x12 x1/2 inch. If you are looking to renovate your basement floor, you should consider using ModuTile's Basement Floor Tiles. They are designed to have air and water passage to allow condensation to evaporate and dry. The basement floor tiles are essentially raised with grooves underneath. This is important in many houses that have an old basement floor where lots of condensation is found. Because of the ... read more
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