Description – Grid-Loc Vented series tiles are engineered to withstand the harshest garage environments available and allow proper drainage between tiles in wet environments. These tiles can handle extremely heavy rolling vehicle loads and are resistant to oil, grease, antifreeze, and many other household chemicals. These tiles are stain-resistant, odorless, slip-resistant, and UV stable. Installation is as easy as snapping together adjacent garage tiles to form a beautiful and customizable garage flooring surface. These tiles also lock together well with our diamond or coin Grid-Loc tiles to form custom designs if desired. These garage floor tiles also come with an industry-leading 12-year warranty.
||12” x 12”
||0.7 lbs per tile
|Car Jack Approved
Recommended Uses – Grid-Loc Vented tiles are commonly used as garage tiles, as a flooring option in tool and storage sheds, as trade show flooring, in auto dealership showrooms to accent cars, and on auto and car show display floors.
Note: These tiles can be damaged under the weight of a car jack. We recommend using your car jack directly on concrete.
In Stock - Ships between May 18 - 20
Vented Grid-Loc interlocking tiles are easy to maintain. Cleaning of these multiuse tiles typically includes:
- Vacuuming any loose crumbs, dust, or debris from the tiles with a shop vac.
- Blow the tiles out with a leaf blower or air compressor hose.
- Hose out the floor tiles with a garden hose. This is normally only recommended if you are sure your garage floor is pitched correctly so that all water flows out toward your garage door.
Installing these interlocking tiles is very simple and usually done by the consumer. Typical installation of these tiles is as follows:
- Clean your subfloor so that it is free of all dirt, dust, grease, or other foreign material.
- When installing the hard plastic tiles, we recommend starting in the front left corner of the room and working your way out from there.
- Make sure the female side (loops) of the tile is facing away from the wall.
- After lining the left wall and the adjacent wall with tiles, proceed to fill the rest of the room with whole tiles.
- When you come up to a wall or obstruction, measure the area and cut the tiles with a tile cutter or a power saw with a fine-toothed blade. Then put the trimmed tiles into place.
- When making cuts, ensure you leave a 3/4” space between the tiles and the wall or obstruction.
- Once the tiles are in place, you can then snap in the edge pieces if you purchased them.