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Plastic Flooring, Plastic Floor Tiles and Plastic Floor Covering

Plastic flooring is a versatile flooring option that can be used for many specialty and home installations. It's available in hard tiles intended to handle heavy loads. We also offer soft and flexible materials intended for garage and basement tiles, as well as fitness or athletic areas. There are plenty of plastic flooring options to choose from. Greatmats plastic flooring sheets include vinyl flooring rolls, artificial turf, and some carpet tiles.


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Interlocking and modular plastic flooring tiles


Plastic flooring is a versatile flooring option that can be used for many specialty and home installations. It's available in hard tiles intended to handle heavy loads. We also offer soft and flexible materials intended for garage and basement tiles, as well as fitness or athletic areas. There are plenty of plastic flooring options to choose from. Greatmats plastic flooring sheets include vinyl flooring rolls, artificial turf, and some carpet tiles.


Plastic Flooring Options


Laminate plastic flooring tends to be very durable and long lasting. It does not degrade or break down over time, which makes it an excellent investment for those seeking a long-lasting flooring option.

Most plastic flooring rolls are resistant to oils and acids. Some offer ultraviolet (UV) resistance for outdoor use. In many cases, plastic tile flooring can provide cushion similar to foam with durability much like rubber, all while remaining lightweight.

Interlocking plastic tiles are popular for areas where other, more traditional, flooring materials are not suitable. Soft and rigid plastic floor tiles have their own unique advantages.

Most tiles are designed to snap together or interlock without the use of adhesive. This is great for a DIY flooring project. Many raised tiles can be installed over carpeting, grass, or wet surfaces. The construction allows for air and water to circulate freely through the base.

Plastic Floor Tiles Benefits


  1. Versatility, as this flooring is available in soft and rigid forms
  2. Interlocking tiles often snap together without the need for adhesive, simplifying installation
  3. Durable, long-lasting flooring makes a great investment
  4. Resistant to oils and acids; some flooring is also UV resistant
  5. Raised modular tiles can be installed over carpeting, grass, or wet surfaces where other flooring cannot be used


In short, interlocking tiles are highly versatile and are suitable for a wide range of applications.

Hard Versus Soft Plastic Flooring


Greatmats flooring tiles are made of either hard or soft plastic and are designed for many outdoor, garage, and wet area applications. Soft plastic squares offer a modular flooring for ergonomic, cushion, athletic, and potentially wet outdoor areas.

Hard or rigid floor tiles are made of polypropylene material. They’re used as modular snap together tiles in garage, trade show, and outdoor tent flooring.

Polypropylene Plastic Floor Tiles


Rigid polypropylene tiles are highly durable and are strong enough to support large weight loads. They are ideal for use in garage and automotive floors. The tiles are resistant to chemicals and solvents.

The strong, no-break tile material can handle the load of heavy vehicles, including cars, trucks, and sometimes even forklifts. The great durability of these tiles also makes them a popular choice for outdoor sport floors, such as for an outdoor basketball court.

These outdoor interlocking plastic floor tiles feature a snap-together design that allows for easy installation without the need for adhesive. Tiles often feature a raised base that allows installation in areas where condensation and moisture may be an issue, such as in garages or basements.

The raised base permits airflow beneath the tile, helping to prevent the growth of mold or mildew. Moisture doesn't become trapped underneath the finished flooring surface. There’s no need to pull the flooring up if it gets wet.

Choose polypropylene flooring for the following applications:
  1. Areas where moisture may be an issue, such as garages and basements
  2. Floors that will support heavy loads, such as garage or warehouse floors
  3. Sports flooring


Polyvinyl Chloride Flooring


PVC tiles usually make for a more comfortable and quieter floor. When looking for the best ergonomic and anti-fatigue benefits, opt for a PVC tile that features a raised bottom.

These tiles, such as the Staylock floor tiles, are often used in ergonomic industrial standing workstation environments. Flat-bottomed PVC tiles are most common in warehouse settings. Our Hiddenlock tiles offer an upscale hidden locking design and are some of our most popular flat bottomed locking tiles.

Our flooring products are so flexible that they’re often confused with rubber tiles. In many cases, our PVC vinyl tile products actually provide significantly more cushion than rubber.

Choose PVC tiles for the following applications:
  1. Warehouse flooring
  2. Garage flooring
  3. Industrial flooring
  4. Entranceway flooring
  5. Playground flooring
  6. Outdoor play surfaces
  7. Home gyms
  8. Workstations


Raised Plastic Flooring


One of the common issues that homeowners encounter when choosing a flooring is that they're working in an area where moisture and condensation may be an issue.

Traditional flooring will trap moisture beneath, leading to the formation of mold and mildew if the flooring isn't pulled up to dry. But raised plastic flooring solves that problem.

Some of this style of plastic flooring that looks like wood flooring. Our plastic woodflooring will continue to look great over years of use.

When working in an area where moisture is present, such as in a basement or garage, consider our Max Tile or Staylock Tiles. Both of these plastic floor grate products feature a raised base structure that will allow air and water to flow beneath the tiles.

Because air and moisture can circulate, the design helps to prevent mold growth. These floor tiles can be installed directly over the concrete for basements that are potentially damp. We do not recommend an underlayment.

Interlocking tiles are useful for a variety of applications. The best type of flooring will depend on the area of use, such as in a living room or kids play area.

Our modular floors are available in popular colors that allow for creative designs. Use the Greatmats online floor plan designer to easily create complex room layouts, to choose product colors, and to determine quantities needed.

We also offer numerous other forms of raised tiles for outdoor, industrial, athletic, or wet areas.

Plastic Athletic Flooring


For a versatile flooring option for a home gym or commercial facility, consider our plastic floor covering products. The best plastic option for gym floors is a raised PVC floor tile.

These tiles offer cushion and support for jumping and aerobic activities. They are stable for use under exercise equipment. The tiles won’t form indentations from the equipment’s weight, which is a common issue with foam tiles.

PVC will provide more cushion for aerobic activities than rubber flooring tiles or rolls. Think of these PVC raised tiles as an in-between type material compared to softer foam tiles and harder rubber flooring tiles.

Plastic Garage Flooring


When considering flooring options for a garage, two main choices exist: Rigid plastic snap-together tiles or a softer PVC tile.

The rigid tiles feature a raised bottom structure that allows for air and water flow. They are available in various top designs, including perforated versions.

PVC flooring tends to be flat bottomed and offer a quieter and softer floor for foot traffic and tool work. Some PVC tiles should be sealed to prevent staining from high end automotive tires. To avoid sealing these tiles, use black tiles in the areas where a vehicle is parked.

Plastic Outdoor Flooring


When choosing flooring for use around pool areas, in playgrounds, or for other outside applications, we recommend a perforated tile such as our StayLock Perforated or Patio Outdoor Tile.

These tiles are designed to allow water to drain beneath the tiles. This specialized design means that the top surface will dry quickly after rain, helping to avoid standing water. Perforated tiles also tend to stay much cooler than those without perforations, which means less chance of tile expansion.

Greatmats PVC floor tiles in perforated versions feature UV protection for up to 7 years for exterior use on rooftops, patios, decks, and playgrounds.

Our other outdoor tile products include artificial grass tiles, ground protection floor mats, and tent floor decking tiles for outdoor temporary events. These plastic floor mat products for home and commercial use are water resistant and uniquely suited for outdoor temporary and portable installations.

Plastic Flooring Tiles Uses


  1. Gym floors
  2. Aerobic flooring
  3. Ergonomic industrial floors
  4. Garage floors
  5. Basement floors
  6. Wet area flooring
  7. Entryway flooring
  8. Patio and deck surfaces
  9. Rooftops
  10. Tent flooring
  11. Portable event flooring
  12. Grass protection matting


Suitable for indoor and outdoor use, and available in home, athletic, and industrial tile options, plastic is one of the most versatile laminate flooring options available. It even works to create portable dance floors.

Kinds of Plastic Flooring


When exploring Greatmats flooring options, it becomes quickly obvious that our floor tiles are made of high quality plastics. Our product quality is better than plastic flooring Home Depot or a local store will offer. At Greatmats, we can compete with plastic flooring price in India with all of our products.

  1. Rigid polypropylene (PP) makes hard, snap together floor tiles.
  2. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material yields a softer and quieter floor tile, which often offers anti-fatigue benefits.
  3. Polyethylene (PE) is used to make our grass protection mats with no-break properties.