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Garage Tiles Speedway Garage Tile Purple 6 Tab Lock Diamond Garage Floor Tile

Item# SPM10279817620 | Model# 798453P | Added on December 12, 2015 |
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Garage Tiles Speedway Garage Tile Purple 6 Tab Lock Diamond Garage Floor Tile
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Introducing the industry-leading premium 6 tab interlocking garage tiles with 6 tabs (per side)! Our 6 tab lock is designed to hold the tiles together without any gaps between the tiles. Unlike other designs, these tiles are not as likely to separate and cause gaps. These durable floor tiles are designed withstand weight of larger vehicles including SVU's and trucks. The design of the tiles are designed to allow air and water to flow underneath the tiles to prevent moisture build up or mold.

They are perfect for GARAGE FLOORS, CAR SHOWS, AIRPLANE HANGARS, BASEMENTS, RETAIL FLOORS, TRADE SHOW FLOORS, GAME ROOMS,GYM FLOORS, and many more. Simple, easy do it yourself garage flooring. Installation is easy as the tabs just snap into place. No adhesive required. They are engineered to resist oil, gas and most normal household or automobile fluids. Cleaning is easy and quick with a mop, water hose, squeegee broom or even a pressure washer. These are available in Black, Silver, Red, Blue, Orange, Purple,White, Yellow, Green, Beige, and Terra Cotta. There are two types of ramp edges: Ramp Edges with 6 Loops and Ramp Edges without Loops. Ramp Edges with Loops are designed to work as a transition from concrete or other hard surfaces to our interlocking floor tiles. Ramp Edges with Loops are needed when the installation starting point is at the entrance or opening of the room being tiled (garage floor, patio floor, deck floor). Most garage floor installations use ramp edges only ... read more
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