Slate Vinyl Top Interlocking Floor Tiles. Easy basement flooring option that can be installed by a home owner or handyman.
Slate Vinyl Top Interlocking Floor Tiles – 12″ x 12″
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With a light slate appearance, the Basement Light Peak tile contributes to the bright and inviting atmosphere every homeowner aims to have for their basement. Each tile interlocks together with a four loop-to-peg interlocking system. Aside from the convenient interlocking system and aesthetically pleasing vinyl surface, the Light Peak basement floor tile has a durable base made from polypropylene capable of supporting heavy loads. This foundation is built with grooves for constant air circulation, which also forms a thermal barrier effect. These tiles provide a comfortable surface for walking. You may install the basement tiles over chipped or uneven concrete. It may also be installed over any flat surface, including carpet, vinyl or concrete. All things considered, these beautiful interlocking vinyl top basement floor tiles capture the essence an ideal basement floor.
Basement Floor Tile Key Features
- Made for Basement Flooring
- Easy to Assemble DIY Flooring
- Edge-to-Edge Appearance
- Durable Vinyl Top and Polymer Base
- Grid Structure Helps Prevent Mold
- Thermal Barrier
- Variety of Other Uses
- Made in USA
Easy to Assemble DIY Flooring
Each tile measures at 12 x 12 – inch (1 square foot). The number of Light Peak Slate interlocking basement floor tiles you will need depends on your square footage. The basements square footage will equal the amount of tiles needed to complete your wall-to-wall installation. These tiles may be cut with a jigsaw (fine tooth blade) to fit around any stairways, stand still objects or walls. If you are cutting, it is suggested to add about 6% additional tiles to the amount needed. This will account for the waste. Regardless of a slightly uneven base floor, these tiles can still be installed. The only small preparation required before beginning your installation is to just simply sweep your base floor from any dirt or dust.
With a four loop-to-peg interlocking system, the Light Peak Slate vinyl top tiles snap together and remain locked together unless intentionally pulled apart. Due to the easy assembling and disassembling, these tiles make it convenient to remove if flooding, leaking, or relocating occurs. This do-it-yourself installation method makes it possible to complete your basement floor without professional help or professional tools. The compact size and lightweight of each tile helps speed up the installation process. Keep in mind if covering a large basement area, you may want to use knee pads and a small plastic mallet to ease the process.
The Light Peak Slate basement tiles are straight-edged on all four sides. Once these tiles are assembled together properly, they form an edge-to-edge appearance, allowing an attractive, tiny space between each tile to allow air to escape from underneath.
Durable Vinyl Top and Polymer Base
The base of the tile is manufactured with high-impact polypropylene plastic. This is a rigid and firm material that can support the weight of furniture and equipment without losing its shape or causing any damage to the tile. These durable basement tiles can handle heavy furniture such as sofas, pool tables, television stands etc. However, this vinyl top tile’s durability doesn’t only lie within the polymer base, but also in the vinyl top itself. Furniture should not be dragged (slide) on this type of floor. It should be picked up and placed to the desired location. It can handle the average basement foot traffic. With full UV protection and made to be colorfast, the surface of this basement tile is stain and fade resistant. Given its long-lasting and durable nature, these interlocking tiles do need to be properly maintained. They may cleaned with a Swiffer or with mild soap and water. This will prolong the life of the floor.
In addition to the lasting vinyl composite material, the foundation of each individual Light Peak Slate vinyl top tile (interlocking basement floor) is manufactured with a mold-resisting plastic known as polypropylene. Furthermore, the antimicrobial polymer foundation has a grid layout underneath to allow air to circulate through the grooves while letting moisture and humidity escape. This ventilation system helps prevent microorganisms from developing on the tile and base floor.
Basement Floor Tile Other Uses
One of the most beneficial qualities these tiles have is its convenience and portability. The ease of installation and disassembly, light weight, durability, and attractive surface are all characteristics that can accommodate other applications. A few examples of other uses are trade shows, temporary office flooring and commercial displays.
Your next basement-flooring project can be completed quickly and effortlessly. Buy them today! Just add them to the cart and proceed to the checkout page. Feel free to browse ModuTile Interlocking Basement Flooring – section to view our other interlocking tiles suitable for a basement flooring option. As always, if you have any questions please feel free to call us at 713-663-6060.
Dark Slate, Light Peak Slate
12" x 12" x 1/2"
1 sq. ft. per tile
|Weight Per Piece||
VCT over Polymer
Loop-to-peg Interlocking System, Floating Floor – Glue NOT required
Indoor, Modular Locking System, High Load Capacity