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Modular Grid-Loc Tiles™

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Product Highlights
  • Great for indoor and outdoor use.
  • 12-year manufacturer's warranty.
  • Easy to install, no tools necessary.

Female Edge 1.75" x 12"
Female Edge 1.75" x 12"
1.75" x 12"
$3.99 ea.
$3.99 ea.
Male Edge 1.75" x 12"
Male Edge 1.75" x 12"
1.75" x 12"
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Female Corner Edge 1.75" x 15"
Female Corner Edge 1.75" x 15"
1.75" x 15"
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Male Corner Edge 1.75" x 15"
Male Corner Edge 1.75" x 15"
1.75" x 15"
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Female Edge 2" x 12"
Female Edge 2" x 12"
2" x 12"
$3.99 ea.
$3.99 ea.
Male Edge 2" x 12"
Male Edge 2" x 12"
2" x 12"
$3.99 ea.
$3.99 ea.
Female Corner Edge 2" x 15"
Female Corner Edge 2" x 15"
2" x 15"
$3.99 ea.
$3.99 ea.
Male Corner Edge 2" x 15"
Male Corner Edge 2" x 15"
2" x 15"
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  • Great for indoor and outdoor use.
  • 12-year manufacturer's warranty.
  • Easy to install, no tools necessary.
  • Made in the USA!
  • Great for any special events you have coming up!
  • 1-3/4" ramp effective as of April 16, 2020.
Description - Modular Grid-Loc Tiles are designed for multiple purposes and are perfect for just about every special event. With a unique interlocking system, these tiles are easy to install or uninstall the floor quickly. Anyone can install these extremely portable modular tiles over a variety of solid sub-surfaces, including sand and grass, without any tools. They are also scuff-resistant, easy to clean, and long-lasting. The commercial-grade construction of these modular flooring tiles allows them to withstand rolling loads up to 25,000 Lbs.
Material - Manufactured with high-grade polypropylene and a vinyl top surface.
Size - 12" x 12"
Thickness - 1/2"
Weight - 2 Lbs./tile
Origin - Made in the USA
Recommended Uses - These Modular Grid-Loc Tiles are frequently used in commercial settings like yoga or Pilates studios, dance floors, outdoor wedding receptions, as temporary outdoor flooring for other events, and trade show booths. These modular flooring tiles are also perfect for multiple home uses such as basement flooring, workshop flooring, and even home gym flooring.

In Stock - Ships between Jan 26 - 28

Modular Grid-Loc interlocking tiles are easy to maintain. Cleaning of these multiuse tiles typically includes:
  • Vacuuming or sweeping any loose crumbs, dust, or debris from the modular tiles when necessary.
  • Hose off or damp mop the floor tiles with a mild soap and water mixture for tough or caked-on dirt and/or stains.

Dance Floor Kits are easy to install. Installation of these floor tiles typically includes:
  1. Surface Prep: Clean your subfloor so that it is free of all dirt, dust, grease, or other foreign material before beginning installation.
  2. Starting at the top left corner of your designated dance area, put a tile down with the male edges (no loop) facing towards the top and left direction. Make sure the female sides (loops) of the tile are facing the bottom and right direction.
  3. Attach your second tile to the right side of the first tile, lowering and interlocking it into each loop.
  4. Repeat step #2 until you have completed one full side of your dance floor.
  5. Once you’ve secured your last tile into place in the first row, you’ll begin a second row beneath the very first tile. Interlock the top of your second row tile with the bottom of your first row tile. Follow step #2.
  6. Follow the same process to fill in all of your rows of tiles to create your desired dance floor size.
  7. Once you’ve secured your last tile into place in the first row, you’ll begin a second row beneath the very first tile. Interlock the top of your second-row tile with the bottom of your first-row tile. Follow step #2.
  8. As you did with the male edges, lay out all female edges to make sure you have enough. Once you are ready you can click the female edges into place to complete your floor.
  9. **For wall-to-wall installations: When you come up to a wall or object, don’t worry. Simply measure the area and cut the tiles with a tile cutter or a power saw with a fine-toothed blade. Interlock the trimmed tiles into place. When trimming the tiles into place, make sure you leave about 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.
Note:Since these dance tiles feature a vinyl top adhered to the tile with a pressure-sensitive adhesive, pressure may be needed to ensure that the vinyl top fully adheres. You can easily accomplish this by walking across the floor or by using a flooring roller for larger areas.

Did the top of your tile shift? Not to worry - for instructions on how to adjust it, please Click Here.
For printable installation instructions with visuals, please Click Here.

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Can these tiles be used on top of carpeting?
You can use these on a low pile, tight carpet. These may be hard to use over a thick, plush carpet.
Is the texture the same on all of the different colors of tile?
J. Donovan
The Slate Black has a bit of a texture to it but the other styles are more flat.
Hi, Are these tiles mold and water resistant? Are they fire proof? What is the warranty you give on these?
The tiles are mold and water resistant. They are not fire proof. 12 year manufacturer's warranty.
I am interested in creating a floor primarily for practicing dance. How stable/solid will the floor be if placed on top of a more plush carpet (soft surface) as opposed to a hard surface? I'm concerned about the squares flexing at their joints when danced on.
When installing over a plush carpet, our Modular Grid-Loc Tiles do have the potential to separate a bit. The best subfloor to put these tiles on is something solid and flat, but they can be installed over plush carpet.
Can these tiles be used on an outdoor deck exposed to rain?
These tiles are not recommended to be used outdoors in permanent installations. They can be used temporarily for events but they are primarily recommended for indoor use as they are not UV stable or long term weather resistant.
I am interested in purchasing these tiles in order to practice tap at my home. Is there a difference between the colors? Are they made of different substances, and which one is the least slippery?
Rhode Island
They will all be the same.
Can this be used for swing dancing? (e.g. I'm hoping that the surface is NOT squishy.) Does the top part of the tile feel hard?
These tiles are not squishy, and are constructed with a dense hard plastic base for durability. They should work just fine for swing dancing.
Can these be used with your other tiles, such as the nitro diamonds?
These will not interlock with the nitro tiles.
I am looking at using these in the lobby of our theatre. Will water/sodas leak between the tiles to the subfloor?
The locking system on these tiles are not tight enough to be liquid proof.
Can these tiles be taken apart and put back together fairly regularly or does that weaken the lock? Or is the lock permanent?
The locking mechanism is not permanent, you can take the apart and put back together if you would like to.
I need a floor for my kitchen. Here's the catch, I am handicapped, but a wheel chair will not fit in my kitchen, so I use an old office chair with no back on it. The current floor in my kitchen is peel and stick tile over press board, so it is being torn apart from the wheels on the chair. I am also a large woman so the wheels do dig into the floor. Will your flooring systems stand up to the wear and tear.
Our Modular Grid-Loc Tiles combine the look of a standard peel-n-stick tile with the durability of our hard plastic flooring. So, even though there may be a lot of weight in one area, the tiles can hold it without indenting. Our Modular Grid-Loc Tiles can withstand rolling loads up to 25,000 pounds. So, you would have no issues with this flooring in your kitchen.
My sample doesn't seem to have much give to it. Is there any way to make these more comfortable for standing on all day at a tradeshow?
To add extra comfort to our Moldular Grid-Loc Tiles we recommend using a rubber underlay under the tiles.
Can you use the 7/8" Tatami tiles and the modular grid - loc tiles (portable dance floor) together? Do they connect?
Our Modular Grid-Loc Tiles do not connect to our 7/8" Tatami Tiles.
Can these tiles be cut? If yes, what tool do you recommend?
You can cut the tiles with a tile cutter or a power saw with a fine-toothed blade.
Are these slippery? We need them for Irish dance.
Our Modular Grid-Loc Tiles are not slippery. They do have a control slip to them to allow one to make proper moves for certain types of dance. These tiles would work perfectly for Irish Dance.
can carpet be installed over the tiles? I was thinking of stick-down rather than traditional stretched carpet. How about a floating laminate floor?
That would be an unusual application but as long as the floor is level it sounds like it would work.
will these withstand the weight of a slate pool table? I want to use them for a cellar floor that on rare occasions sees some very shallow water
The weight of a pool table would be fine over top of the Modular Grid Loc Tiles.
Can they be cut to size?
We do not cut them to size for you. However, you can cut the tiles with a tile cutter or a power saw with a fine-toothed blade.
Is this maple wood looking sport tile flooring recommended for Basketball court usage? Is the flooring slippery, or does it have good traction for basketball use (Indoor)?
You can use our Modular Grid-Loc Tiles as a basketball court indoors. These tiles are made from the same material as our Indoor Sports Tiles just with a vinyl top. Now the only thing that can happen with these tiles is that the vinyl top may come loose. If this happens, we recommend adding some more glue to the vinyl top to secure it further.
Hi, Can these tiles be used over the top of an old linoleum floor in a bathroom?
Yes, that would be fine provided that the floor is level.
Is there a black border between each 12" x 12" tile? Looking for flush fit, darker coler parquet with wood grain.
The tiles do have a black base and you will see a thin black line surrounding each tile's pattern.
what is the weight that this floor can handle? I want to use it for a trade show to assemble and put a 1500 unit on it to display
Ashleigh Martin
Our Modular Grid-Loc Tiles can withstand rolling loads up to 25,000 pounds.
1)Can different colors be put together. Looking for a black and white checkerboard pattern. 24'x24' or 18'x18'. 2) Looking for portable flooring for temporary dance floor. What edging will I need?
Ann Alessi
Yes the different colors can be interlocked together to create a pattern. Edging is available for this product.
What is the difference between a female and male edge
Katie Highley
The female edge has the loops while the male edge has the pegs.
For the 12 x 12 tiles do I need edging to hold them together I am liking for a 4 x 4 floor
The edging is not needed to hold the tiles together, they are held together on their own since they are interlock installed. Edging simply provides a clean edge and reduces tripping hazard.
Can these be placed over martial arts 2” judo mats? We don’t need them for dancing. We need them for placing chairs on them for sitting.
Yes, you could do that.
Will dance flooring scratch Tile and wood floors?
Yes we would recommend putting a protection layer between the dance tiles and your wood floor to reduce possibility for damage.
Does the dance floor come with everything you need to connect the tiles or do you have to buy them separate?
The tiles will connect with each tile. Edging would need to be purchased separately.
Can you intermix the colors of the tiles?
Samantha Lucas
Yes, you can.
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  Not good for Pointe shoes
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Anonymous from Lincoln, NE wrote...
We bought this for our daughter to practice her Pointe and Ballet. These tiles do not click together tightly. There is a space between each tile approximately .75 mm wide. I wouldn’t let our daughter do anything on it, and tear up her pointe shoes. Also, this flooring is not soft enough to be an actual ballet floor. If you consider this product, look at all the pictures and videos first, so you can see if it is right for you.
  floor review
Self-installed in basement
Anonymous from Cleveland, Ohio wrote...
Your product exceeded my expectations. I am very happy with it. It is perfect for doing Zumba, jumping rope and dancing.
  Tap dancer
Self-installed in Corner in kids room
Anonymous from New Jersey wrote...
My granddaughter is taking TAP dance classes and likes to practice at home. This worked beautifully, to avoid damaging my hard wood floors.
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