GARAGE FLOOR TILES
ArmorGarage Floor Tiles
The Best Interlocking Floor Tiles For Any Garage, Commercial or Industrial Floor
Go From This Floor.
To this beautiful tiled floor in a matter of hours. Tiles are the 1/4" heavy duty in Dark Grey and black.
Durability: Lifetime Guarantee!! Super heavy duty and virtually indestructible! Forklift and heavy equipment rated. Use in garages, work shops, hangars, production floors and more!
Strength: Our interlocking tiles are not perforated or hollow cored and not a flex type tile. Will not form tire or wheel wear paths, and will not form indents under heavy point loads! 100,000lb roll over capacity!
Price: The price of any garage floor tile is determined by the type (quality) and amount of material used. There is no magic formula! Each tile is made with 4.3-5.5lbs of solid virgin PVC! Find out what other tiles weigh and what they are made out of and compare the difference!
Ease of installation: No adhesives, floor prepping, special skills or tools required. Tiles easily knock together with a rubber mallet and cut quickly with any power saw!
Sound & Feel: You can feel and hear the solidness of an Armor Tile floor. When you walk on it there is no Click Clacking noise as you get with Polypropylene tiles. Armor Tiles are sound deadening, you get that same comforting sound and feel as when you close the door of quality luxury car.
Structural Integrity: With interlocking T-Joints running the full perimeter of each tile you won't get spread or separation. Peg & Loop tiles only have 5 or 6 inferior Peg and Loop connectors that are prone to breaking during installation and while driving on cause they are brittle.
As you can plainly see from the two images above there's no comparison between our tiles and hollow cored peg and loop type tiles. Why would you pay almost the same amount of money for less than half the amount of material and quality you get with Armor Tiles? Our tiles range from 3/16" to a super heavy duty 5/16" thick of solid PVC as opposed to recycled polypropylene plastic derived mainly from soda bottles and take out food containers. You can tell the difference as soon as you walk or drive on them, they make a cheap Click Clack noise! In order to eliminate those noises you have to buy a special sound absorbing mat for additional money and labor to install it! Why not just buy a better tile that's actually sound deadening right out of the box?