Spruce up your deck or patio flooring using DIY interlocking perforated floor tiles. These interlocking tiles are available in various colors. The perforated/mesh design allows maximum water flow. The tiles are made in the USA and are easy to install....more
Renovate any concrete patio floor or wooden deck floor with our perforated interlocking floor tiles made in the USA. With the dual grid perforated (drain) design, the tiles tend to look two-toned when viewed at an angle.
Type/style: Floor tile
Materials: High-impact polypropylene
Dimensions: 12 inches x 12 inches x 1/2 inch
Square footage per tile/box: 30 square feet
Installation: Loop-to-peg Interlocking
Pack/case of: 30
High weight capacity for deck and patio furniture
Rigid material but okay to install over slightly uneven surface
Allows for drainage
Can easily be cut to fit
Non-slip perforated pattern surface
Cannot be used over gravel or stone; needs a flat, rigid surface for support
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BlockTile is a U.S. manufacturer of modular floor tiles for garage flooring, basement flooring, deck and patio flooring, and other portable flooring solutions. BlockTile interlocking flooring is made of high impact polypropylene so it is strong and durable. The tiles are available in a variety of appealing colors and styles, so they can be used to turn any unsightly floor into an attractive yet very practical focal point whether the space is used for working, sales purposes, or enjoying with friends and family. Multiple colors of tiles can be combined for creating designs like checkerboards, stripes, borders, and more.
Brown, Grey, Tan
One of a Kind
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I have used only a few of these to make a mat outside the garage door onto my lanai. They were easy to put together, and are a great dirt catcher. With two dogs and a sandy yard, there is still tracking into the house, but it's much less now. The rough surface of the lanai has kept the 3ft. by 4ft. section in place - no slipping around, which is great for safety. The surface is not slippery to walk on, either, even after a rain. I am planning to use the rest to make a shower "floor" for an outdoor shower, also on the lanai. I may order more as I come up with uses for them. I like them that much.
One suggestion - having some strips to finish the edges would make it look more completed. As it is, two sides look like I still have more to be added on.
How did the image on site compare with the actual product? Perfectly
How accurate was the on site description of the product? Very
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Sturdy, but wish there were pieces available for "finishing"
Installed this over my entire ~1800 sq/ft concrete in-ground pool deck. It stretches fence-to-house-to-pool edge (with some space for heat expansion) as one completely uniform floating floor. Made my pool edge cuts (complex curve) and fence cuts (straight) with a scroll saw. Covered the rough edge pool cuts with slit soaker hose and secured with small plastic tie wraps through the tile drainage holes.
1. Cheaper than stripping and resurfacing per my estimates
2. Really nice uniform look over a varied surface slope. Space looks larger. Drains are covered, but still work.
3. Easy DIY install/maintenance/replacement
4. Great Non-slip Surface, especially in rain.
5. Dirt/Mud stays under tiles away from feet until flushed to drains by rain or hose. (No mud tracking during pool use).
6. Cooler on the feet. Can get real hot here.
7. Easy to cut and shape.
1. Picking a starting row for a continuously connected install is critical to the look you will get and the amount and types of cuts you will need to make - take care planning it and trialing it before committing with cuts.
2. Heat expansion can cause initially unpredictable temporary binding leading to temporary buckling. Can solve this by finding binding locations on edges of completed install when hot and relieving pressure by trimming with an electric multi-tool.
3. Plan for scrap when ordering.
4. I found the edge trim that goes with this to be useless for my application (few of my boundaries were square)
I used these to replace a very old disgusting rug on a front porch. The look is very attractive and I'm very pleased. I am a 68 year old female and laid the majority of them by myself without any issues. However, broke my ankle the day I was going to complete, so probably won't finish until spring. I live in a cold climate, and any painted surface becomes very slippery with snow/ice - I think these will be a big improvement as far as a security issue walking on even in the winter time.
Overstock has hands down the best price for these block tiles, given the manufacture could price this product slightly lower. I recently covered my entire screen in patio and it took 6 box at 30 pieces per box to complete. It really stands out verse just painting, and that you would have to do as often as every year. I plan on doing my garage next in the gray rather than the brown I've used on my patio. It rained a few times since and within an hour the water drains or settles below making it a solid safety product.
Do these Block tiles interlock with the Block carpet tiles? I want to cover the floor of one room with the carpet tiles and transition from the carpet to the tile in another area. Do they both connect to each other in the same way?theresaterri on Apr 20, 2014Please enter a valid question.Answer This QuestionThere are no answers to this question yet, be the first to answer it.
Would these be appropriate for a garage floor? Could one park a car on them once installed?jep613 on Apr 18, 2014Please enter a valid question.Answer This QuestionThere are no answers to this question yet, be the first to answer it.
Can these tiles last once installed on a raised deck where the winter months are extremely cold, windy, and snow shoveling is a ongoing task? Will they wear down easily during the snow removal process?letsfigurethisout on Apr 9, 2014Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Hi letsfigurethisout, they are good as long as you don't use a sharp item on them like a shovel.Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!overstockcustomercare1 on Apr 16, 2014
Hello, olney13. I'm sorry, but we are unable to provide samples of this product. Thank you for shopping with us.overstockcustomercare1 on Apr 2, 2014
Would these tiles be suitable to cover over a concrete basement floor? We worry about accidental flooding so the air and water flow aspect makes these tiles seem like a good option.lookingforoptions01 on Jan 8, 2014Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Hi lookingforoptions01, these tiles would work great in your basement! Thanks for shopping with us.overstockcustomercare1 on Jan 17, 2014
Thank you for shopping with us aprillynnp. It needs a rigid base and carpet wouldn't work well with this product. Have a great day.
overstockcustomercare1 on Nov 22, 2013
1st. Is it easy to cut thru these tile if the size of the yard end up to be 5.8 instead of perfect 6 piece?
2nd patio has a lower point in the middle for drainage, how does it fit since it's rigid surface? do i have to put "sand" to even out? what's your recommendation?
3rd if so, will the sand and underlaying materials come out?
4th how much do i need for 11 x 28 ft patio?upbeatcorner on Aug 14, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Hi upbeatcorner, we were able to verify this information with our support team. First of all the tiles are easy to cut with a utility knife. 2. We recommend to use a leveling compound so the drop on the drain is minimized. We do not recommend using sand. The tile has a grid underneath and it would sink into the sand. 11 x 28 requires 308 sq ft. That would require 11 boxes. Each box has 30 sq ft. We hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us. overstockcustomercare1 on Aug 15, 2013
How many of each ramp edges would I need to buy if I am purchasing 2 boxes?julie8301 on Aug 8, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Hello, julie8301. Thank you for your interest in this beautiful item. Please write back as soon as possible with: 1)-The dimensions---the width and length you want to cover.
2)- How many sides you need to cover. ex: 8 feet x7 feet? Or 7 feet x7 feet? ... We look forward to hearing from you again. Have a great day.
overstockcustomercare1 on Aug 13, 2013
what is the difference between Ramp edges as far as with loops or without and when would you use each one? wanting to finish edges on roof deck?dizzyred on Aug 4, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Hello dizzyred, the looped or non looped edge refers to which side of the tile you are connecting to. The tiles each have a looped or a peg edge, You would need the non looped ramp edge for connecting to the looped edge of the tile, and the looped ramp edges would connect to the peg edge of the tile. In essence you would need both types of edges if you were finishing all 4 sides of this flooring. thank you for shopping with us.overstockcustomercare1 on Aug 7, 2013
Hello joetown2621, we recommend using a jig saw other electric cutting device to cut these tiles. thank you for shopping with us.overstockcustomercare1 on Aug 7, 2013
Will these tiles support the weight of large appliances? Can large appliances be easily moved over these tiles?2cadiyguygal on Jul 5, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Thank you for your question 2cadiyguygal. Yes, the BlockTile Deck and Patio Flooring Interlocking Perforated Tiles will support the weight of heavy appliances. However, heavy appliances should not be dragged on top of the tiles as they can scratch. If the appliance has wheels, it can simply be rolled over the tiles without any problems. Have a great day.overstockcustomercare1 on Jul 11, 2013
The dimensions for the tiles are: 12 x 12 x 0.5 inches, in answer to your question the tile is 1/2 thick.
Thank you for shopping Overstock.com; let us know if you have any additional questions.overstockcustomercare1 on Jul 11, 2013
Hello chris5284, Yes these titles can be put down on mostly level surface. It is a rigid product, but it will conform to a slightly uneven surface. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!overstockcustomercare1 on May 21, 2013
Would these blow away in a strong wind? I might cover my boat dock with them and there is often a high wind off the lake.gwenspain on May 18, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Hello gwenspain, the BlockTile Deck and Patio Flooring Interlocking Perforated Tiles (Pack of 30) will not blow away if they are glued down. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!overstockcustomercare1 on May 21, 2013
What does the back of the tile look like? Do you have a picture? Does it lay directly on the floor or does it sit on small legs?kkinsc10 on May 14, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
I just took some pictures, but I don't see a space on this page to do an attachment, so I will try to find a way to add some to the feedback on the product description page on Overstock. I'll also try to add them to my original review, if possible.chariotofthedogs on May 14, 2013
I apologize, kkinsc10, but I cannot figure out how to add my pictures to this answer or to my review, and the system won't let me do another. Hopefully someone out there can help you out.chariotofthedogs on May 14, 2013
Thank you for contacting us mrsvlgriffin. These tiles cannot be used over gravel or stone. These tiles need a flat rigid surface for support. Please let us know if you have any further questions.overstockcustomercare1 on Apr 12, 2013
Thank you for your question and I apologize for the delayed response. These lovely tiles are designed for patio/deck flooring, so they have UV protection. With direct extended sunlight they can get warm, as with most patio furniture.overstockcustomercare1 on Apr 1, 2013
How are these tiles secured to a vinyl covered waterproof flooring material. The existing vinyl is in good condition, except that it is discolored; hence, the need to replace/cover it. Also, it would have to be cut to fit around existing railing posts. How easy is it to fit into that situation???dubjack on Mar 12, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
If the vinyl is smooth, I believe they'd slide too easily without some kind of gripper underneath. Mine is by the doorway on my lanai, which is textured, and even though I can move it with my foot, it stays in place when I walk on it. I can't imagine that cutting it would be a piece of cake, but it is a bit flexible, so a sturdy cutter (maybe wire snips?) might work. The loops that connect the tiles together would have to be removed too, if that bothered you. I left mine on in case I want to reconfigure mine.chariotofthedogs on May 14, 2013
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