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Nitro Tiles

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Black Nitro Tiles Black
Graphite Nitro Tiles Graphite
Sahara Sand Nitro Tiles Sahara Sand
Shelby Blue Nitro Tiles Shelby Blue
Victory Red Nitro Tiles Victory Red
Gunmetal Nitro Tiles Gunmetal
Harley Orange Nitro Tiles Harley Orange
Rally Yellow Nitro Tiles Rally Yellow
Arctic White Nitro Tiles Arctic White

12" x 12" x 3/8" thick tile
Accessories for Nitro Tiles
Female Edge
1-3/4" x 12"
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$1.50 $2.00 Weight: 1.00lbs
Male Edge
1-3/4" x 12"
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$1.50 $2.00 Weight: 1.00lbs
Female Corner
1-3/4" x 14"
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$1.50 $2.00 Weight: 1.00lbs
Male Corner
1-3/4" x 14"
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Helps contain snow, water, and ice.
Auto Floor Guard
7'9" x 16'
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$199.00 $265.33 Weight: 20.00lbs
Helps contain snow, water, and ice.
Premium Auto Floor Guard
7'9" x 18'
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$209.00 $278.67 Weight: 22.00lbs
Helps contain snow, water, and ice.
Deluxe Auto Floor Guard
8'6" x 20'
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$269.00 $358.67 Weight: 27.00lbs
 
Description - Nitro Tiles have been engineered to be one of the toughest garage tiles on the market today. Easy to install and maintain, these hard plastic tiles have been engineered to resist staining from oil, gas, and most household chemicals. Constructed with impact resistant polypropylene plastic makes these tiles capable of withstanding heavy rolling vehicle loads. Featuring the ever so popular tread plate pattern, these tiles are certain to turn any garage from drab to the talk of the town. Nitro tiles are backed by a 3 year warranty.
Note: These tiles can be damaged under the weight of a car jack. We recommend using your car jack directly on concrete. If your garage gets a lot of sun, we recommend placing vented tiles at the entrance to provide added stability to the floor.
Material – Constructed of high quality impact resistant polypropylene (extremely durable hard thermoplastic polymer). This ensures colorfastness, durability, and chemical resistance.
Size – 12” x 12”
Thickness – 3/8 Inch
Weight – 0.62 Lbs. per tile
Recommended Uses – Nitro Tiles are the perfect multi use floor tile for any home or business. These hard plastic garage tiles are great as flooring for garages, trade show booths, in dealership showrooms, as flooring in storage sheds, in workshops, as car show display flooring and much more.
  • Nitro tiles are typically in stock and ready to ship. Orders ship within 1-2 business days of the order being placed.
  • An email will automatically be sent to you with your tracking information as soon as your tiles ship and tracking information becomes available.
Nitro interlocking tiles are easy to maintain. Cleaning of these multiuse tiles typically includes:
  • Vacuuming or sweeping any loose crumbs, dust, or debris from the tiles when necessary.
  • Hose off or damp mop the floor tiles with a mild soap and water mixture for tough or caked on dirt and/or stains.

Garage tiles are easy to install. Installation of these floor tiles typically includes:
  • Clean your sub floor so that it is free of all dirt, dust, grease, or other foreign material.
  • When installing the hard plastic tiles, we recommend starting in the front left corner of the room and working your way out from there.
  • Make sure the female side (loops) of the tile is facing away from the wall.
  • After filling the left wall with tiles and the adjacent wall, proceed to fill the rest of the room with whole tiles.
  • When you come up to a wall or object, don’t worry. Just measure the area and cut the tiles with a tile cutter or a power saw with a fine-toothed blade and put the trimmed tiles into place.
  • When trimming the tiles into place, make sure you leave about a 3/4” space between the tiles and the wall or obstruction.
  • Once the tiles are in place, you can then snap in the edge pieces, if you purchased them.
Quantity Price
1-300 tiles $2.05 sqft
301-600 tiles $1.99 sqft
601 tiles $1.93 sqft

Highlights

  • Low profile design for increased durability.
  • Stain and slip resistant.
  • 3 year warranty.
  • Constructed with impact resistant plastic.
  • Easy to install snap together installation.

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Nitro Tiles

Grid-Loc Tile Install

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    Q:

    In winter, My garage temperature can get as low as +/- 20 degrees. What do you do about snow and water drainage from cars?

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    Our Nitro Tiles will allow water and other liquids to seep between the tiles and flow underneath the the floor and out of your garage. If the garage is not graded to allow water to flow out of the garage or does not have a drain, over time the water will evaporate.

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    What do you recommend for cutting the tiles other than a sharp utility knife?

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    Your can cut our Nitro Tiles with one of our Tile Cutters or with a table saw on low speed with either water or silicone to prevent melting.

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    Is the Nitro Vented Pattern an actual flow thru tile or does it just look like one? Can the Vented pattern be mixed with the Diamond pattern when installing?

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    Our Vented Nitro tiles are vented allowing water to flow through and under the tile. These tiles can be interlocked with both the Diamond and Coin patterned tiles.

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    My garage has a lot of dry old oil stains. Do I have to glue the nitro tiles? I think the garage was used as a machine shop.

    A:

    Our Nitro Tiles are meant to be installed as a floating floor, so no glue is needed to install these tiles in your garage.

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    I was looking at the Nitro tiles in Sahara Sand, but I did not see corners and edges available in that color. If they are available, how much per piece? I am thinking of doing a 8X15 ft section in my garage. Thanks.

    A:

    Currently our Nitro Tile edges only come in black. Eventually we will add other colors to our edging assortment to match our tile color offerings.

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    Is there only a "left" corner available on the edge pieces? I was hoping for a left and right to finish off the end by the garage door.

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    The corners only come in one direction. When creating a corner, you will use a corner piece with an edge piece next to it. You can create a corner on all sides of your floor with this method no matter where the corner is.

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    Which tiles are the most durable? Which are best for Northern weather with salt on the roads? How do they deteriorate over time?

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    Our Nitro Tiles are very durable are great in northern areas where salt may be present on the road. These tiles do not deteriorate; they are made of polypropylene plastic. The only thing you may notice is that the diamond pattern may show some wear over time.

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    Want to use nitro tiles in AZ where temps get up to 105 degrees F in garage. Is this possible? Also thinking of doing some fitness workouts in garage, is the nitro ok for this or should I look at something else? Thanks

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    Our Nitro Tiles can be installed in AZ and can handle both extreme hot and cold. In fact, these tiles are installed in homes in AZ and are warehoused here as well. You can do fitness exercises on these tiles, but if you do end up having traction issues, we would recommend adding a rubber mat to your workout space. We don't recommend dropping heavy dumbbells or barbells on the tile surface due to possible cracking at the impact point.

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    My garage floor is damaged with holes and uneven layout. Do I need to level the floor before putting the tiles down?

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    Depending on how uneven the floor is, our Nitro Tiles will install over the floor easily. If the floor is severely damaged, we do recommend repairing the floor. This will ensure the floor does not buckle when driven over. If repairing your floor is not a solution for you, we recommend installing our Diamond Nitro Rolls.

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    Would you recommend or discourage using liquid nails when placing tiles on the garage floor? Particularly at the edges?

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    Our Nitro Tiles were meant to be installed as a floating floor. This helps to alleviate buckling issues that can occur when part of the floor is warmer than another part of the floor. You can use liquid nails on the edge, but we wouldn't suggest using it around the whole floor. We would suggest using it at the entrance to your garage which would get exposed to the most sun and heat. This can help to alleviate buckling and movement issues.

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    Our garage is graded toward a center drain. Do you think the tiles will work?

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    Our Nitro Tiles would work perfectly for your sloped garage. Many people will use our Vented tiles over the drain to allow easy access for surface water to get to the drain. These tiles do allow water and other liquids to easily flow through the floor and under to any drains or out of the garage.

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    Do you recommend an underlayment to reduce sound and shifting, or is it meant to be installed directly on concrete?

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    We recommend using an underlayment to assist with sound reduction.

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    Is it rough to walk on without shoes?

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    The tiles are not 'rough' but are a rigid plastic. We recommend order samples to test with your foot sensitivity.

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    Can the Nitro tiles be cut with a regular power tile saw with a tile blade (no teeth like a table saw blade) and water?

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    Our Nitro Tiles can be cut with a saw blade with water or silicone at a very low speed as not to melt the material.

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    Will your Nitro tiles, grid lock tiles and nitro rolls at all be affected by radiant heated concrete floors?

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    Our Nitro Tiles and all of our hard plastic tiles are not affected by radiant heated concrete floors.

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    Is Quiet Sound II underlayment required? Or is it just recommended for sound quieting?

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    Underlayment is not required under our Nitro Tiles, but we do recommend adding underlay under the tiles to provide added cushion and to make your floor quieter.

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    We have used a similar product on one of our maintenance mezzanines. We are considering using it again in a new area, but have noticed a tendency for electrical shocks after walking across it. More prevalent in the winter months. Do you think we would have the same issue with your product?

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    Our Nitro Tiles are not anti-static, so if you do build up a charge, there is still potential for you to get shocked when walking over these tiles.

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    I would like to know the difference between the Nitro tiles and the Diamond Grid Loc Tiles as the prices are different.

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    The main differences between our Nitro Tiles and our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles are the pattern on the tile and the thickness. The thickness of our Nitro Tiles is 3/8," and our Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles are 1/2" thick. Other than those major differences, they interlock similarly and are made from the same type of material.

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    I am looking for a flooring for my outdoor/covered porch floor. It is a highly traveled area and in the winter snow, ice, rain can cover much of the porch. How slick would this flooring get?

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    For areas where there may be a lot of water, we recommend using our Vented Nitro Tiles. These will help to keep the floor slip resistant when wet. You can use our other patterns for areas where there may be water, but the slip resistance is reduced.

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    How do you do a inside corner? I don't see any inside corner trim pieces.

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    We do not offer an inside corner for our Nitro Tiles. You can install two edge pieces next to each other to create an inside corner look.

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    Will the Nitro tiles hold up to a rolling floor jack and jack stands in a garage? If not, what do you recommend?

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    Our Nitro Tiles will not hold up to rolling floor jack or jack stands. We recommend using our flex tiles with rolling jacks and jack stands. Our Coin Flex Nitro Tiles are a great option.

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    How do you clean the tiles? The material is very durable, however even the back of my nail will scuff and scratch the polished surface. After a while, they would need a good cleaning/polishing to remove the markings. Recommendations?

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    Right now, we do not have a good solution to removing scratches to the clear coat for our Nitro Tiles.

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    I see that the vented tiles cannot handle jack/jackstands. Unfortunately my tiles of interest, for looks as well as function, include vented intermixed with solid diamond. I was wondering if sheet metal could be used under the jack/jackstand to distribute the weight, and if so what minimum gauge? Having to roll a car outside defeats the purpose. Thanks

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    For our Nitro Tiles, we don't recommend using jack stands. For our plastic tiles in general, we typically don't recommend using jack stands as well since they will typically damage the tile. You can add a piece of metal under the jack stand to help diffuse some of the pressure brought on by the jack stand. The gauge that we recommend is 11 gauge or .125" thick.

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    Can these be used outdoors?

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    Out Nitro Tiles can be used outdoors. The tiles are resistant to UV but can fade slightly from constant exposure. These tiles are mold and mildew resistant and are also slip resistant when wet. These tiles are very easy to clean, maintain, and install. If there is not constant sunlight across the whole flooring surface, you may experience some buckling in the areas that do have direct sunlight constantly. If you do run into this issue, we recommend installing our vented patterned tiles.

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    Our garage floor tiles keep pushing away from the garage doors causing tiles mid-garage to buckle up and then there is a gap at the front so we have to pull the tiles back toward the garage doors. Is there a solution for this problem? Pulling the vehicles in must be what's pushing them. The first row of tiles was then bolted to the floor but now the next row is shoving!! Please help!!

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    To keep our Nitro Tiles or any of our hard plastic tiles in place due to added torque, we recommend adding a rubber underlayment under the floor. You can add the underlayment under the first few rows or the whole floor. The product we recommend is our 2mm ShockPad. This underlay will help to give the tiles added friction to keep them in place.

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    Would you recommend applying a protective coating to the Nitro tiles, such as polyurethane, to preserve its shine and prevent scratching?

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    You could put a protective coating over our Nitro Tiles to prevent scratching and help keep its shine.

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    I have the nitro tiles. Is there a way to remove a damaged tile from the middle of the pattern? Thanks

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    The only way to remove a Nitro Tile from the middle of a floor, you will need to remove the tiles around it. Typically you will want to try and lift up the tiles that would be in the same row as the damaged tile either horizontally or vertically. You will then remove the damaged tiles and then re-install the tiles that were removed.

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    How well do the tiles hold up in very warm climates like Las Vegas?

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    Our Nitro Tiles have been installed all over the country in both the hottest and coldest climates that this great nation has to offer. Our tiles perform well in both hot and cold environments. In hot climates, if the tiles are exposed to direct sunlight, you might get some buckling with our solid tiles. To help prevent this, we recommend installing our vented tiles in the areas where the sun hits the floor or to glue the solid tiles with our polyurethane adhesive.

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  Very Happy, Almost
Self-installed in Garage
from Evansville IN wrote...
After searching locally and online, I decided to use Garage Flooring, Inc. as the supplier for my new garage floor. I searched their website, found a design that I liked, and placed an order for sample tiles. Happy with the samples, I placed my full order. Their custom designer tool made the order process easy. The Diamond Pattern Nitro Tiles (black, graphite and victory red) arrived quickly enough and all in good shape. The tile assembly went smoothly as I used a rubber mallet to snap the pieces together. The tiles also snap apart easily if needed. I was able to assemble the entire floor (23’ x 21’), excluding the trim, in about 6 hours. I completed the trim in about 2.5 hours. For trimming, I used a hack saw and a utility knife. I was fortunate that the width of my garage allowed for a perfect fit using full size tiles, only having to cut the right side tabs off the final row of tiles. I am really pleased with the appearance of my new floor and so far it has been easy to keep clean. However, I am not completely satisfied with the tile performance. The tiles are very sensitive to direct sunlight… within a few minutes of opening the garage door and being exposed to the sun, the tiles start to buckle. Within a few minutes of closing the door, the tiles return to their flat state. This is extremely annoying and is keeping me from rating these tiles higher.

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  Vented versus coin pattern
Self-installed in Garage
from Venice Fl wrote...
Vented versus coin pattern I replaced the Sahara sand coin pattern of two different colors and shades with vented tiles that solve the problem of multiple buckles forming on the garage floor.
  Great
Self-installed in Garage
from Ohio wrote...
Great product ...easy to install ...very durable !!
  Easy to install and look great.
Self-installed in Attached garage
from Ohio wrote...
I created my design online using the tools the site provided. Very straight forward and accurate. The tiles were easy to assemble and built a beautiful floor.
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