Court Floor Tile Flat Top
Interlocking Volleyball & Indoor Basketball Court Floor Tile Flat Top
Top Features for Court Floor Tile Flat Top
- Easy DIY snap together installation with tight fitting seams
- Easy to disassemble for repeated installations
- Raised base allows airflow in damp environments
- Multiple color options for court and lane design
- 10,000 lbs per SF static load tested
- Line Paintable
- Volleyball and indoor basketball court flooring tile option
- Installs over carpet or foam for dance subfloor
Court Floors, Volleyball Floors, Dance Floors, Indoor Basketball Court Floor Tiles, Athletic Sports Floors
This Greatmats basketball product is simply the best modular court flooring in the market. The interlocking system with a loop and tab design is superior and tighter fitting than other modular sports flooring on the market. The portability of the modular sport flooring tiles adds value to this court flooring over the long term. They can be removed and re-installed whenever needed. The attention to detail and quality control during the manufacturing process of these sport court tiles ensure a long lasting value.
Available in popular and custom colors, our indoor basketball court plastic tiles are popular in a variety of use cases. The colors in this court floor tile flat top selection are rich, deep, and consistent.
Use them in gyms or outdoors for middle schools, high schools, and collegiate level play.
Court Flooring Installation Ideas
Customers often install the outdoor basketball court flooring material on hard flat surfaces using a 3 mm rubber underlayment. It provides excellent cushion. It is important to maintain enough pressure and resistance underneath to allow the snaps to connect.
When used for basketball floor tiles, going atop carpeting is not recommended.
To press the pieces together, always work out away from the loops edges. Simply lay the tab side of one on top of the loop side of the adjacent one. Then gently step with a tapping motion to pop it down into place.
The ability to step on it for installation, rather than using your hands, speaks to the durable nature of the connector system and tight fitting nature of this court flooring. Installers will need to apply extra pressure on the first install, but subsequent installations will require less pressure.
To cut them for wall to wall and special fits, use a sharp utility knife. Score the surface several times, and then bend it to its breaking point. Or use a table saw or a circular saw to cut them. Always use safety glasses when cutting them.
Ramped border strips and corner pieces are available that connect onto the main pieces. Create a finished edge with these.
The surface can be painted for game lines. Please contact customer service for painting instructions. Use our pro floor plan designer to layout the floor court and find the right dimensions.
The computer designed tab and loop connectors are the best on the market. This system holds each one together very securely and with no play between them.
The unique interlock design makes the volleyball court flooring easy to disassemble for repeated installations. Once installed, they will stay together firmly and will not shift or separate while playing on them.
To separate them, simply lift up a row with the loops over the tabs, and with a slight downward motion, the entire row will separate. This simplicity in assembly makes it an excellent choice for temporary installation for events like trade shows.
How Many Borders do I Need?
For Island installations: Where the layout will have all four sides exposed to the room. In this case, the number of borders needed will be the length + width of the layout for each border type, and 4 corner pieces. Use half male and half female borders in this instance. Example 10x12 ft layout, 10+12 = 22 male borders, and 22 female borders, and 4 corners.
For Corner Installations: Where the layout will be pushed into one corner and will have 2 sides exposed to the room. In this case, the number of borders needed will be the length + width of the layout and one corner piece. Use all male borders in this instance. Example 10x12 ft layout, 10+12 = 22 borders, all male, and one corner.
For Inside corners, two border ramps will have to be manually cut at diagonal to fit. Use a sharp utility knife to cut this product or a table saw.
Durable Snap and Go Tiles
This product has been computer tested to handle significantly more than 10,000 pounds per square foot of static weight load. The underside structure has been uniquely designed to carry heavy loads without deflection or deformation.
This means that it will last for years of use under constant or repeated strain, even while used as athletic floors.
This snap court is manufactured in the USA for Greatmats Canada and United States with high quality, no break polypropylene material.
Q&A Court Flooring FAQ
What are the different types of basketball court surfaces?
For play inside a gymnasium, you’ll often find a solid surface like hardwood gym flooring or even vinyl tile. Sport court flooring is commonly used indoors, especially if the surfaces will host volleyball too. For outdoor court choices, perforated polypropylene plastic is a good choice. It’s extremely durable, stands up to all kinds of weather, and allows water to drain through it.
How much does a sport court floor cost?
For interlocking tile for basketball court products, you can expect to pay $2 to $6 per square foot of coverage. More expensive options will have some shock absorbing properties. You also can add underlayment to create more forgiveness, and the rubber basketball court cost is another $1 to $2 per square foot.
What is the best outdoor basketball courts material?
Basketball court tiles over grass need to have perforations to allow water and sunlight to penetrate through to the ground. You’ll commonly find these outdoor sports tiles on grass featuring polypropylene or PVC plastic. These work as pickleball court tiles too.
How big are backyard basketball courts?
An official court measures 50 by 94 feet. But a playing basketball backyard court at your home can be almost any size. For a regulation 3-point line on a half court size basketball flooring, you’ll want about 50 feet of width and 45 to 50 feet of depth.
Can I used indoors tiles outdoors?
Some indoor court tiles can be used in weather, including PVC and poly based interlocking sports floor tiles. Other types of indoor sports flooring, such as vinyl that resembles wood, will not stand up to external conditions.
Can I install this over carpet?
When used for basketball floor tiles, installing atop carpeting is not recommended. This modular floor tile can generally be installed over carpeting in commercial and many home installations. This installation is not guaranteed to work, as with some home carpeting, the padding and carpet thickness can vary. If the user is experiencing any issues when installing over carpet then the user may have to install some other flat surface under the tiles, such as plexiglass or plywood.
Greatmats Court Floor Tiles Flat Top 12-1/8 x 12-1/8 x 5/8 inch for Court Floors
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Do this flooring have a lot of traction? I am wanting flooring to make a small volleyball court because I currently have a concrete one and it makes it very hard to dive and get the ball unless you want bruised and scrapped up knees.
Can I use this at home directly on carpet (over padding and concrete) with Marley overlay for advanced ballet (pointe)?
Can I use this in a wet basement?
Hey I was wondering could I use this product in my backyard? It's a dirt backyard and I was wondering how would it compare to a concreted backyard. I would like to play basketball with it and was wondering how it would hold up.
We have a concrete floor. Will we need padding under this when we install, or can it go straight on the concrete?
Can this be layed on top of vinyl flooring or should we lay something underneath to protect the vinyl?
Is it suitable for Pickleball? Will it supports cars? Want to put a pickleball court in my garage.