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BlackNitro Tiles
Black Nitro Tiles Black
GraphiteNitro Tiles
Graphite Nitro Tiles Graphite
Sahara SandNitro Tiles
Sahara Sand Nitro Tiles Sahara Sand
Shelby BlueNitro Tiles
Shelby Blue Nitro Tiles Shelby Blue
Victory RedNitro Tiles
Victory Red Nitro Tiles Victory Red
GunmetalNitro Tiles
Gunmetal Nitro Tiles Gunmetal
Harley OrangeNitro Tiles
Harley Orange Nitro Tiles Harley Orange
Rally YellowNitro Tiles
Rally Yellow Nitro Tiles Rally Yellow
Arctic WhiteNitro Tiles
Arctic White Nitro Tiles Arctic White
Product Highlights
  • Low profile design for increased durability.
  • Stain and slip resistant.
  • 3 year warranty.

Female Edge
Female Edge
1-3/4" x 12"
$1.50 ea.
$1.50 ea.
Male Edge
Male Edge
1-3/4" x 12"
$1.50 ea.
$1.50 ea.
Nitro Tiles Corner
Nitro Tiles Corner
1-3/4" x 1-3/4"
$1.50 ea.
$1.50 ea.
Expansion Joints
Expansion Joints
4" x 12"
Comes with both male and female connector parts
$1.00 ea.
$1.00 ea.
Expansion Joint Edges
Expansion Joint Edges
2" x 4"
$1.00 ea.
$1.00 ea.
Intersection Expansion Joints
Intersection Expansion Joints
5" x 5"
$1.00 ea.
$1.00 ea.
  • Low profile design for increased durability.
  • Stain and slip resistant.
  • 3 year warranty.
  • Constructed with impact resistant plastic.
  • Easy to install snap together installation.
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. A 3-year warranty backs our Nitro Tiles.

These tiles can be damaged under the weight of a car jack. We recommend using your car jack directly on concrete or place a plywood board or steel plate under the jack.

If your garage gets a lot of sun, we recommend placing vented tiles at the entrance to provide added stability to the floor.

Nitro tile colors are produced in batches, which can lead to color variations in your order. All colors may present some color variation, Graphite and Gunmetal can produce the most. These colors can vary greatly between batches, and we recommend that you order more flooring than needed for mistakes and replacements. This will give you the greatest chance to keep continuity across your floor. Batching will also affect color variation between samples and your order, with Graphite and Gunmetal showing the most variation.

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.

In Stock - Ships between Feb 18 - 19

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.
Expansion Joint Installation

Where to install the expansion joints will depend on how large your garage is. For one car and two car garages, placing the expansion joints in the middle of the floor will be good enough to take care of any buckling issues.

For three car garages, you will want to install the expansion joints in the middle of both the large bay door and the small one. This will help to ensure buckling doesn't transfer throughout the floor.

For large warehouse spaces that experience buckling, you will want to install the expansion joints in a perpendicular pattern in the middle of the floor. You will use our Expansion Intersection Joint to create this effect.

If you have edging at the entrance to your garage or warehouse, you will want to use our Expansion Joint Edges to fill in the space that will not be created when adding the expansion joints.

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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.
Our Nitro Tiles are meant to be installed as a floating floor, so no glue is needed to install these tiles in your garage.
What do you recommend for cutting the tiles other than a sharp utility knife?
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.
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.
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.
In winter, My garage temperature can get as low as +/- 20 degrees. What do you do about snow and water drainage from cars?
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.
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?
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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  Very Happy, Almost
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Randy A. 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.
  Awesome Tile
Self-installed in Garage
Miguel Mejia from Prescott Valley , AZ wrote...
OK so far so good first of all their customer service is great tiles are very easy to assemble took only about 2 hours for a 18x18 area to do I also put the edging all around my area which in my opinion it looks great tiles look very durable and only time will tell how good they are as for now a very happy customer .
  Easy install; time will tell.
Self-installed in Garage
Anonymous from Cocoa, FL wrote...
I was hoping to put down a classic linoleum tile floor in my garage but that product seems to be a thing of the past so I went with the Nitro tiles for a similar look. The tile went down quickly and easily; they are precisely uniform in size so no variations over my 600 sq ft. The material is a bit lighter than hoped considering they cost the same as ceramic but if you have cracked and uneven floors the flexible plastic is more forgiving. I recommend putting down some sound absorbing material first to quiet the rap tap tap these can produce on concrete. I used the heaviest weed blocker fabric I could find but that is still the cheapest product you could use. My only complaint is concerning the issue of heat expansion. The products website warns of this problem occurring mostly with east, west and northern exposures. I thought that didn't make a lot of sense considering a southern exposure gets the most sun overall (which is my situation). The day after the install I open my garage door and back out one of my cars and within 5 minutes of direct sunlight the flooring buckled and rose 6 inches at the entry to the garage. That also blocked the safety sensor for the garage door opener rendering it non-functional. I left a half inch of space around the perimeter for expansion as instructed but what good is that if there are vehicles etc. holding the flooring in place and preventing even movement of the tiles. As it stands now I can't use the garage with the door open until the afternoon when the sun has moved sufficiently. It's now winter here in Central Florida and I'm worried about what problems will arise when the room temperature in the garage goes up 50 degrees in the shade. I may have to install an air conditioner just to maintain the Nitro floor. In the mean time I'll be installing roll down shades outside the door to block the sun. Nitro does sell an expansion section but you would have to put those down every few feet or between every vehicle to be viable.
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