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How To Choose Interlocking Floor Tiles

By Jennifer Johnson, Garage Innovations - Tulsa

If you’re looking for new floor tiles, your choice depends on the type of room you’re filling and what you plan to do with the floor. If you want interlocking floor tiles, your material choice depends on whether you want the tiles outside or inside and what the particular room will be used for. The following are the most common interlocking tiles.

Carpet Tiles

Carpet tiles can be used anywhere. One common place to use carpet tile is on the patio near the outdoor pool. If you use tile floors near a pool, you run the risk of people slipping when they exit the pool. However, when you use carpet, you have a slip-free option. You may want to insert them higher than the ground not to have to worry about mold or mildew. Some homeowners also choose PVC pool tiles next to the pool. Interlocking floor tiles made from PVC tend to be slip-resistant and durable in high-traffic areas.

Vinyl Tiles

Vinyl interlocking tiles are easy to size and you can shape them how you need them for your floor. If you want outdoor tiles, vinyl may also be a great choice because it is moisture-resistant and slip-resistant. Vinyl tiles are also portable tiles. You can size them down and bring them with you when you go camping or when you travel. For example, if you have to use a public shower, you can place your tiles down.

Foam Tiles

If you have children, you may want to use foam tiles. Foam tiles are easy to clean up and safe for children to play on. You can use foam tiles in playrooms, basements, schools and more. In addition to being durable, foam floor tiles are also comfortable to sit and stand on. If you have to stand for long hours, doing so on foam tiles is more comfortable.

When choosing interlocking floor tiles, you have to consider the type of room you need to fill and how durable you need the tiles. At GARAGE INNOVATIONS, our expert team is ready to help you make these decisions and then flawlessly execute your installation project.

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