Slip Resistant Top Surface
The Perforated (Drain) surface pattern in addition to our textured surface is designed to provide an additional level of safety when walking on them. Please click on the image to the right to view a close-up of the drain garage floor tile.
Rigid Strong Material
These perforated tiles are made from a high-impact polymer material that is lightweight and strong enough to support heavy rollover loads. Also, the high-impact polymer is difficult to stain. Materials just do not bond well to them, so the tiles are quite resistant to stains.
Our specially formulated high-impact polymer is rigid (hard). When the floor tiles are interlocked together to form a floor, the result is a robust and solid surface that is strong enough to vehicular traffic. This rigidity is what allows the tiles to be built with a grid underneath for air and water circulation. One added benefit is that if the concrete in the garage has cracks or imperfections, the floor that is formed on top after the tiles are installed looks perfectly even. In other words, it effectively covers an ugly and imperfect garage floor.
Perforated Garage Tile Structure
The perforated garage floor tiles have a mesh or drain top surface and a grid structure underneath. This structure makes an air gap between the concrete and the top surface of the tile. The most significant benefit of the grid structure is that it allows moisture to escape from underneath. It also provides an air gap separation between the concrete underneath and the top surface.
Garage Floor Tile Installation
For ease of installation, the four loop-to-peg interlocking system snaps together without the need for tools. Two sides of the tiles have loops and the other two sides have pegs. They interlock like puzzle pieces to form any size garage floor. When installing a large area, you may consider using a small rubber mallet and knee pads. Please download our garage floor tiles installation guide for a more detailed explanation.
Our Perforated (Drain) interlocking floor tiles are designed for residential garages. The tiles can easily support the heavy load of large vehicles such as SUVs or large trucks. They will also support tool chests, garage cabinets, refrigerators, pool tables and much more. Please note that pinpoint weights may damage the tiles. They do not usually break, it but such pressure may cause discoloration. When using a jack or other sharp heavy objects, we recommend the use of plywood or another protective flat rigid surface above the tiles. For permanent vehicle lifts, we cut the tile around the lift.
The perforated garage floor tiles are resistant to grease, hydraulic fluids, salt, and oil. We have found that acids will damage the surface of the tile. One typical example is battery acids from golf carts. When creating a golf cart parking area, we recommend placing a protective mat directly below the battery.
Other Interlocking Garage Floor Tiles
Install your next garage floor project quickly and effortlessly with our Perforated Garage Floor Tiles. Buy them today! Just add them to the cart and proceed to the checkout page. Follow the link to learn more about ModuTile Interlocking Garage Floor Tiles. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 713-663-6060 message us via our Contact Us page. In addition, we manufacture an outdoor version for use as interlocking patio flooring. The patio version will also support vehicles but contains maximum UV additive for outdoor use.