Sandstone Interlocking Basement Floor Tiles (EDGE: Grouted). Easy basement flooring option that can be installed by a home owner or handyman.
Sandstone Interlocking Basement Tiles – 12″ x 12″
The Vinyl Top Sandstone interlocking basement floor tiles offer the class and elegance that homeowners want for their basement. Each tile has an attractive beveled edge on all four sides that creates the appearance of a grouted floor. The tile features a convenient loop-to-peg interlocking system making installation a quick and easy DIY flooring project.
These tiles provide a comfortable surface for walking. You may install these basement tiles over chipped or uneven concrete. They may also be installed over any flat surface, including carpet, vinyl or concrete. The robust polymer (plastic) base creates a thermal barrier while also allowing ventilation for humid basements. When the tiles are installed over a concrete surface that is sloped for drainage, the grid structure allows water to flow to the drain.
With a beautiful, light-colored natural stone appearance, the Sandstone is a beautiful basement floor solution.
Sandstone Interlocking Basement Tiles (Grouted Edge)
- Made for Basement Flooring
- Easy to Assemble DIY Interlocking Flooring
- Beveled Edging Creates a Grouted Appearance
- Durable Vinyl Top and Polymer Base
- Grid Structure Helps Prevent Mold
- Thermal Barrier
- Variety of Other Uses
- Made in the USA
Easy to Assemble DIY Interlocking Flooring
Every Sandstone interlocking basement tile measure 12 x 12 – inch (1 square foot), which means that the entire square footage of the basement will be equivalent to the number of tiles needed to cover the area. These basement tiles are 1/2-inch thick. If you need to cut the flooring to install it around any permanent structures such as columns, stairways, or walls, you will need to add about 6% to the square footage for the total number of tiles required. These additional tiles will cover the waste amount that will be used. To accommodate the flooring for a custom size or shape, the interlocking vinyl tiles can be easily cut with a jigsaw (fine tooth blade). You will need to leave at least ½-inch of space between the tiles and walls or permanent structures because the tiles expand and contract with temperature fluctuations.
Before installing, consider sweeping the base floor to remove dirt and debris. These lightweight vinyl top basement tiles snap together with a four loop-to-peg interlocking system. You can install them yourself with a single downward push; professional assistance and tools heavyweights. When the interlocking basement floor tiles are connected, they create a floating floor, which does not need to be glued or screwed down. You will notice small spaces between each tile to allow room for the tiles to expand and contract when the temperature varies. The space between the tiles also lets the air escape from beneath.
In addition to the easy installation, the flooring can also be taken apart easily in the event of flooding, leaking, or relocation.
All of the interlocking basement vinyl tiles have a pleasing appearance. The Sandstone series features beveled edging, which makes it appear grouted, which is a different look from the other basement interlocking tiles. The Sienna Sandstone interlocking basement tile is one of our most popular basement flooring options.
Durable Vinyl Top & Polymer Base
Even though the Sandstone tile is designed to be appealing, it is also durable and long-lasting. Both the vinyl surface and polymer base contribute to the durability of the Sandstone interlocking vinyl top tiles. This tile is colorfast and resistant to fading and staining due to UV protection. The Sandstone interlocking basement tiles can handle normal foot traffic and support heavy weights from storage chests, pool tables, entertainment centers, and other furniture typically found in a residential basement. However, we suggest that pinpoint objects be placed over a mat or furniture sliders to distribute the weight. Furniture should not be dragged (slide) on this type of floor. It should be picked up and placed to the desired location. Easily clean these basement tiles using a Swiffer product, or water and mild soap. With this in mind, we suggest that you do so regularly in order to maintain the life of the floor.
Underneath the Sandstone interlocking basement tiles lies a grid structure. This layout was specially designed to resist mold and mildew growth by allowing air circulation for the escape of moisture and humidity. Not only does this grid foundation offer ventilation, but the structure itself is made of high-impact polypropylene. This kind of plastic is known to be antimicrobial and repels microorganisms from developing on its material. Despite its mold-resisting properties, this basement tile is best used in climate-controlled basements. When installed on concrete that is sloped toward a drain, any water will flow down beneath the tiles. Additionally, be advised that a low, hollow sound may be observed when walking on the tiles. This is caused by sound echoing through the grid structure.
Variety of Other Uses
The Sandstone interlocking tile has a neutral beige stone color giving an earth tone appearance. With its unique look, it may be used in trade shows, commercial displays, home offices, and much more.
Install your next basement floor project quickly and effortlessly. Buy them today! Just add them to the cart and proceed to the checkout page. Feel free to browse ModuTile Basement Floor Tile page to view our other vinyl interlocking tiles suitable for an indoor flooring option. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 713-663-6060.
Clay Sandstone, Mountain Sandstone, Sienna Sandstone
12" x 12" x 1/2"
1 sq. ft. per tile
VCT over Polymer
Loop-to-peg Interlocking System, Floating Floor – Glue NOT required
Indoor, Modular Locking System, High Load Capacity