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Anything you recommend to put under so you don't here the clacking of plastic on cement?
To reduce the noise of our Octane Tiles, we recommend using our 2mm Shock Pad underneath the floor.
Looking at the Octane tiles and I don't see any warranty info. Is there a warranty on these tiles.
Our Octane Tiles are backed by a 10 year warranty. The warranty covers any manufacturer defects.
I was wondering what the big difference, if any is between The Diamond Grid-loc tiles and the Octane Tiles. We love the look of this flooring for our automotive retail space.
The main differences between the Octane tiles and the Diamond Grid-Loc tiles are that the patterns are different, the number of tabs are different, and there are some different color options. The quality of the tiles are the same, as they are made from the same material. Both are super durable and slip resistant and will look great in your automotive retail space.
How do you figure number of tiles and edges needed?
On our Octane tiles we provide you with a calculator on the product page that will assist you with the number of tiles you will need. All you will need are the length and width of your floor in feet. We also have a flooring designer that allows you to create designs and will also tell you the number of tiles you will need. Just click on the image that says "Make a Custom Design" and enter your length and width in feet. You can get as many edges as needed for your install. Each edge piece is 12" long.
I have some craftsman tile installed. 12" x 12" x 1/2" thick, with craftsman stamped on the front. Can I match that?
Even though our Octane Tiles are the same size and thickness, these two products will not interlock with each other. We do have tiles that would interlock with those tiles and they are our Grid-Loc Tiles. They are the same size and height and have the same loop construction. The specific product names are the Diamond Grid-Loc, Coin Grid-Loc and Vented Grid-Loc Tiles.
Will water run underneath the tiles to the drain?
Water will flow between and under our Octane Tiles to a drain, as long as there is a grade difference to that drain.
How well does a jack/ creeper roll on these tiles or do you have something else you would recommend?
Jacks and creepers can roll over our Octane Tiles with ease.
I want to know the difference between the Diamond Grid-Loc Tile and the Octane Tile? I want to use the Octane Tile in Terracotta​ for my outside patio, but want the Diamond Grid-Loc Tile design in my garage.
The main differences between the Diamond Grid-Loc and Octane Tiles are the pattern and the locking system. The Octane tiles have a six loop locking system, while the Diamond Grid-Loc Tiles have a four loop locking system. The added loops in the Octane Tile do help to keep the tiles together better, ensuring a stronger interlock​ overall. The material to make the tiles is the same meaning; they are great for your outside patio or garage.
Can you use these tiles in a cargo trailer? And can cut a hole in them for the tie downs.I want to use them in a bike trailer. Thanks
Our Octane Tiles can be used in a cargo trailer, and a hole can be cut in them for tie downs. To cut a hole in the tiles, you will need to use a rotor tool to do so. These tiles are made with hard plastic polypropylene which is both very durable and stain resistant. These tiles are very easy to install and removed. These tiles are also very easy to clean with a broom, mop, or hose.
Are the seams water tight? Are these hard plastic or soft/pliable?
The seams on our Octane Tiles are not watertight. They have been constructed this way on purpose so that water and other liquids can flow from the flooring surface to the subfloor to a drain or out of your garage. These tiles are hard plastic tiles made from polypropylene.
Will water flow underneath tiles if installed in a basement and the basement gets wet under severe rain conditions?
Water will flow between and under our Octane Tiles. These interlocking tiles do interlock tightly, but there is still a slight gap that allows water to flow between and under the floor.
What is the difference between the nitro and the octane tiles?
The main difference between the Octane Tiles and the Nitro Tiles is the thickness and the number of interlocks. The Octane Tiles are a 1/2" thick and have 6 interlocking loops. Since the Octane Tiles do have more interlocking loops, it is much stronger at the interlock than our Nitro Tiles. So there is less potential for the tiles to separate from torque forces.
How much space is needed for contraction-expansion for a garage that is 40-70 degrees Fahrenheit? And mean exactly! I want this floor as close to the walls as possible.
When trimming the tiles into place, make sure you leave about a 3/4” space between the tiles and the wall or obstruction to allow for expansion / contraction.
I live in a humid climate. In the summer will mold or mildew grow underneath these tiles?
Our Octane Tiles are made from polypropylene plastic and are naturally mold and mildew resistant.
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