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Interlocking Floor Tiles

Our bestselling range interlocking floor tiles features the solid 7mm interlocking PVC tile in a range of popular colours and finishes. Produced for domestic and commercial garages, our garage floor tile range are extremely hardwearing, combining style and practicality to transform any floor area. Easy to install quickly on a flat surface with minimal preparation and no adhesives required. Browse the range to find the perfect match for your garage flooring and be sure to check out our workshop flooring options as well.


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What are interlocking floor tiles made of PVC?

Interlocking floor tiles made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride) are modular tiles designed to connect or "interlock" with one another to cover floors seamlessly. PVC is a flexible and durable plastic material commonly used in flooring because of its resistance to moisture, stains, and wear.

What are the advantages of using PVC interlocking floor tiles?

  • Durability: PVC tiles are resilient and can handle heavy foot traffic.
  • Water-resistant: Suitable for areas prone to moisture like basements, garages, or laundry rooms.
  • Easy Installation: No need for adhesives; the tiles simply snap together.
  • Versatility: Available in a variety of colors and patterns.
  • Maintenance: Easy to clean with standard cleaning products.
  • Replacement: Damaged tiles can be replaced individually without redoing the entire floor.

How do I install PVC interlocking floor tiles?

Installation is straightforward:

  1. Start with a clean and level surface.
  2. Begin placing tiles from one corner of the room, connecting them as you move along.
  3. Use a rubber mallet to ensure a snug fit.
  4. For edges or obstacles, tiles can be cut using a utility knife.
  5. Continue until the entire floor is covered.

How do I clean and maintain my PVC floor tiles?

Simply sweep, vacuum, or wipe down as needed. For deeper cleans, use mild soap and water, ensuring not to soak the tiles. Always avoid harsh chemicals or abrasive scrubbing materials.