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Paver Tiles - East Coast Questions & Answers

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Can these tiles be used on a driveway or do you have a different one for that purpose?
Our Paver Tiles - East Coast can be used as a driveway. These rubber tiles are very durable and would hold up to a car driving on them on a daily basis. The only issues you may run into is when your car is leaking oil. If oil is dripping from your vehicle, the oil over time may start to break down the rubber. Outside of that, these tiles are very easy to clean and maintain and are freeze/thaw stable.
Would I be able to put these on top of the grass to make a "patio area" under a round picnic table? Also could I put hem under the birdbath so I don't have to mow under the birdbath? Additionally could they be used next to the raised bed for better traction and so I do not need to mow or trim next to the raised bed garden? Thanks for any info.
You can install our Paver Tiles - East Coast over any flat, solid surface. Typically we would recommend concrete or asphalt, but these tiles have been used over grass, crushed gravel, and wood decking successfully. These tiles are very easy to install and maintain and are mold and mildew resistant. These tiles are also slip-resistant even when wet.
In the 100 degree days of summer months will these retain heat and become too hot to walk on barefoot? I know concrete can become hot, but I worry rubber will get to a point of burning my feet.
Our Paver Tiles - East Coast will not get as hot as concrete, but they will get warm under foot in direct sunlight. To keep them cool during the day, we recommend running cold water over the surface. Rubber is more slip resistant when wet and will not create a slip hazard.
I have these on my back entrance and doing well. How is the best way to clean these. Thanks
The best way to clean our Paver Tiles - East Coast is with a mild soap and water solution and a hose. Use a broom to sweep off any large debris.
I have a wood balcony -- Can the rubber paver be placed on my balcony? If so, do I have to use adhesive? If adhesive must be used if it easy to remove without damaging the wood?
Our Paver Tiles - East Coast can be used on a wood balcony. Adhesive is typically not needed, but if there is movement for any reason, we would recommend using our Polyurethane Adhesive. This is a hard setting glue, so there may be some destruction of the wood when removing the glue.
Can the rubber tiles be used as a base for an outdoor utility building -- East Coast?
Our Paver Tiles - East Coast has been designed for outdoor use. These tiles are resistant to UV, mold, mildew, and are slip resistant when wet. So they would be the perfect alternative to concrete or stone in an outdoor utility building anywhere in the country.
Are your tiles flammable? If I install one under a hot tub heater pump, would it/could it catch fire under normal use?
lucy candib
Our Paver Tiles - East Coast is rated Class III in fire code ratings, but would not catch on fire under a hot tub heater pump under normal use. They are made from recycled tires and can withstand a high level of heat.
How about snow? I live in Illinois and we get some heavy snow on our drive ways, and if so, how is it when trying to shovel snow off of it? Will snow blowers ruin it? Thanks.
Snow will not affect our Paver Tiles - East Coast. These tiles are made from the same material as your car tires and will be able to withstand the elements just fine. If you were to shovel snow off of these tiles, we recommend using a plastic shovel over a metal one. A metal shovel may damage the tiles. If the snowblower has metal blades, there is potential for the snowblower to damage the tiles. If the blades are rubber, then there would be little potential for damage to the tiles.
Does water go through the paver tiles? Is the point where the pavers meet waterproof? Can these pavers be used as a sealed deck?
Our Paver Tiles - West Coast is semi-permeable and will allow water to flow through them. These pavers are not waterproof but would be somewhat water resistant. If you would like to seal these tiles, you can with our Rubber Floor Finish and Sealer and at every interlocking area, you would also want to use our seam sealer glue to seal the cracks.
Used on an open patio, would rain hurt them in time?
Our Paver Tiles - East Coast will not be harmed by rain over time. These tiles were designed to be used in outdoor spaces, so they are specifically made to withstand the elements.
Can these pavers be used on a roof and how do they get secured?
You can use our Paver Tiles - East Coast as flooring for a rooftop deck. These rubber tiles are very easy to install. To secure them, we recommend gluing the tiles to each other with our seam sealer glue. This will keep the tiles in place and also keep your rooftop protected.
Do cracks in between paver tiles need to be sealed watertight?
Bill Isom
You don't have to seal the cracks between our Paver Tiles - East Coast. These tiles are water permeable, so the cracks will help with keeping water and other liquids from pooling on top of the tiles. If you wanted to seal the seams, you can with our Seam Sealer glue.
Can these be installed over concrete without using adhesive?
You can install our Paver Tiles - East Coast over any hard flat surface like concrete without gluing them down. If you do want a more permanent install, we would recommend using double-sided tape or our Polyurethane Adhesive.
Do these paver tiles interlock? What keeps them from slipping out of place?
Our Paver Tiles - East Coast do not interlock. These tiles are heavy enough to stay in place on their own, but for added hold, you can either use our Seam Sealer glue at the seams, our Polyurethane Adhesive under the tiles, or Double-Sided tape.
Do the Paver tiles - East Coast emit any odor or harmful vapors when exposed to the sun at temperatures above 100 degrees in summer?
Dhairya Bhatnagar
Our Paver Tiles - East Coast do have a rubber smell to them. The smell is not overpowering by any means, but it is there. The smell will not increase with temperature. There are no harmful vapors that are off-gassed by our rubber flooring. All of our rubber floorings are thoroughly cleaned and inspected for safety to ensure that a quality, low odor, safe product is delivered to you. If you would like a copy of the MSDS for this product, please feel free to reach out to one of our Flooring Heroes via chat, phone, or email, and they would be more than happy to assist you.
Would these pavers help eliminate vibration noise if used under a hot tub? Our hot tub sits on a small wood deck which is acting as a resonator. Would your pavers act as insulation and help prevent the vibrations from being transmitted to the deck?
Gwen Glasser
Our Paver Tiles - East Coast will help to reduce the vibration noise that you have currently with your hot tub. These rubber tiles will not totally eliminate it, but they will greatly reduce it.
Do these paver tile require any underlayment below when used for rooftop patio? Will water drain with the slope of the roof once it permeates through the tile or do these tiles require standoff/pedestals for drainage? Do you ship to Canada?
Our Paver Tiles - East Coast don't require an underlayment under them when installed as flooring for a rooftop patio. These tiles are water-permeable, so the water, once it flows through the tile, will follow the natural drainage path that your roof currently has.
How can I install these paver tiles myself; since I am planning to do it myself
Jenna Nazarian
Our Paver Tiles are very easy to install. Please see complete instructions under the "Installation" tab on the product page.
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