Deadwood Flex tiles have the same features as our other flex tiles, but boast a unique and weathered wood look. Easy to clean and maintain, Deadwood vinyl tiles are just as resistant to chemicals and solvents as our other flex tiles, and also provide anti-fatigue properties. Inspired by the rough and tumble of the Old West, these wood tiles are warmer and more comfortable than standard hardwood flooring. Sound absorbent and insulating, Wood Flex tiles are made in the USA and backed by a 10 year warranty.
Material – Wood pattern tiles are constructed with a proprietary blend of flexible PVC with a Luxury Vinyl top. This ensures that the tiles are flexible in order to have the anti-fatigue flooring qualities often associated with rubber flooring but also the long wear life and chemical resistance associated with vinyl tiles.
Size – 20" x 20" (6 Tiles per Case)
Thickness – 0.197" (5.0mm)
Weight – 4.1 Lbs. per tile
Origin – Made in the USA
Recommended Uses – Wood Flex tiles are the perfect DIY floor for commercial and residential installations. Easy to install, these interlocking vinyl tiles have been used in basements, home offices, bedrooms, living rooms, office lobbies, kitchens, dining rooms, family rooms, kids play rooms, as church flooring and much more.
In Stock - Ships between Dec 9 - 11
Flex tiles are low maintenance and easy to clean. Cleaning of these interlocking tiles typically consists of:
- Sweeping any loose dirt, dust, or debris from the vinyl floor tiles when necessary.
- Periodic damp mopping of the tiles with a mild soap and water solution. Some common soaps often used are dish detergents and tide laundry detergent.
Installation of interlocking tiles is very simple and typically done by the consumer. Typical installation of these tiles is as follows:
- First, clean your sub floor so it is free of all dirt, grease or debris.
- Snap a chalk line on the sub floor 24” from one wall in your room. Snap another chalk line on the subfloor 24” from an adjacent wall. You should now have a pair of perpendicular lines making an approximate 90-degree angle.
- Begin laying the interlocking tiles along the chalk lines, snapping the locks together as you go.
- Leave the perimeter of the room open until the field is installed.
- After the field is covered, go back and cut in lines along the walls in the room. Leaving a gap at the wall roughly the thickness of tiles being used is recommended to account for expansion and contraction of the floor tiles in varied temperature ranges.
Note: When piecing interlocking tiles together, adhesives are usually not used since the weight of the locked together product is usually enough to keep the floor tiles from moving. However, if you do experience movement and would like to ensure that the tiles do not slide at all, some double-sided tape or mat tape can be used around the perimeter of the installation to prevent any movement.