- Vinyl Top Interlocking Floor Tiles
- Designed for Basements
- Made in the USA
Sandstone Vinyl Top Interlocking Floor Tile
$4.79 / sq ft
BlockTile’s Sandstone Vinyl Top interlocking tiles are designed as a floating floor for use in basement floors. With the popular light color slate look, it will make the basement brighter and elegant. These basement tiles measure 12” x 12” x ½” and can be installed by the homeowner or by a contractor. The product is packed in cases of 27 covering 27 square feet area. Below is a summary list of the tiles main features.
- Easy to Clean: Vinyl never needs waxing, buffing or polishing. Simply sweep as needed and use a sponge mop occasionally.
- Easy Installation: Snaps together easily. No tools required. No glue or adhesives required.
- Floor preparation: Sweep and clean from any debris.
- Interlocking System: 4 Loop-to-peg interlocking system.
- Water an Air Flow: Grooves under tile to allow flow of liquids or air.
- Portable Floor: Disassemble and move it to another location. If the basement ever gets flooded, it can be taken apart for cleaning.
- Compatibility: Interlocks with other BlockTile 12” interlocking floor tiles and edges.
- Easy to Custom Fit: Can cut with jigsaw with blade designed to cut hard plastic.
- For use in residential basements.
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Clay Sandstone, Mountain Sandstone, Sienna Sandstone
12 x 12 x 1/2 – inch
1 sq. ft. per tile
VCT over Polymer
High Load Capacity, Indoor
Single Piece, 27-Pack
Basement Flooring, Commercial Display, Trade Show Flooring
Loop-to-Peg Interlocking System
Review by MLJ2ME –
Purchased these 7 years ago for a basement. Had a plumbing problem last year which required lifting and re-laying the floor. After cleanup everything went back down like it had 6 years earlier. Highly recommended and would buy again. Also like that the tile adhesive never hardens and allows the tile insert to be removed from the base if necessary.
Pleased with the Modutile project Review by Normand –
I could not be more pleased with the Modutile project. The shipment came a day ahead of schedule and the customer service was outstanding. I replaced a carpet and went over vinyl flooring in a hallway and laundry room. This is in the basement of my raised ranch on a concrete slab. The results are spectacular. The transitions between the rooms are seamless and ties the space together.
Easy DIY basement flooring. Review by Leonard –
I decided to write a review because of the existing reviews and sample tiles helped me make the decision to purchase these tiles. The price of the inter-locking tiles are comparable to actual floor tiles but they make it up in the ease of installation. All the tools that you would need for this job are a jig saw, a straight edge, pencil, a seven and eight year old :) Unless you have weird and odd shaped walls or rooms, it should go quickly. To save some work, I didn’t remove the existing base molding and just butted the tiles against it and used an acrylic caulk to give it a clean look. You can also use a quarter round molding too.
Basement installation Review by Coribarb –
My basement rarely has any water but I was concerned about what to use on the floor that wouldn’t be ruined if there ever was any moisture. I found modutile and ordered a sample, read the reviews and decided this would be the best option. The tiles do go down easily with a mallet. I was able to do 750 sq ft in a few hours. There was one area in my basement that had an obvious dip in the original floor. Unfortunately after laying modutile over it, it was very apparent. I am now going to lift up some tile and put something under to get rid of the dip. (Too much bounce in that particular area) these tiles are durable but care is needed when moving furniture, the top of the tile is not colored throughout but merely a glued on thin top layer. This was my biggest disappointment. The top film can come off if not careful. Overall I am satisfied.