Keeps your garage looking better than new!
Our most rugged design, the diamond tread pattern garage roll-out flooring offers an industrial look to your garage. The raised diamond pattern provides not only a heavy-duty look but also added traction in any garage setting. The extra durable vinyl construction provides for many years of use.
• 75 Mil Base thickness; 130 Mil Total thickness (Commercial-Grade)
• No adhesives required - simply roll-out to install
• Overlap or butt together multiple rolls for seamless look
• Easily cut for a custom fit
• Will not roll up when driven on
Our diamond pattern garage flooring is a quick and easy way to create a brand new looking garage floor. This roll-out flooring does a great job to hide existing cracks, stains and imperfections in existing flooring. It will not only protect your underlying garage floor, but make cleaning of all dirt, debris, oil, grease, salt and water easy.
This garage flooring will also provide for thermal insulation, noise reduction, anti-fatigue relief, added traction when entering and exiting your vehicle, and a reduction in dirt tracked into your home.
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There are a few options for seaming two (or more) garage mats. The first and easiest option is to simply overlap one roll onto another. Take one roll and overlay 3-6" on top of the second roll. Another way to connect two rolls is to use the Garage Floor Matting Center Connectors. Slide each roll into one end of the connector which grabs and holds onto the matting on both sides. Lastly, the matting can be seamed using the Garage Floor Mat Seaming Tape. This option gives the cleanest looking seam. After cleaning the edge of the first mat, roll it back and attach the double-sided tape to the underside, leaving roughly half of it exposed and protruding from the edge. After putting the first mat on the floor lift the second roll, clean the back edge and set it so that it lines up with the edge of the first roll. Although a little more work, this gives a smooth, seamless look with the tape being hidden from view underneath both mats.
Yes, a car jack can be safely used on top of the roll matting without damaging the floor. Please note that if you leave the jack in place for a longer period of time there may be a slight indentation on the mat once the floor jack is moved elsewhere. However, an indentation won't affect the functionality or durability of the matting.
Roll-out garage flooring is designed for heavy-duty use and can withstand a wide variety of applications including use in a trailer (including a horse trailer) and under tractors. These rolls are stain, mildew and fade resistant, have a textured surface for enhanced traction and can easily be cut down to fit the contours of the floor of the trailer. (Please note that we recommend gluing the garage flooring down for use in any trailer to ensure the matting stays securely in place).
No. Salts of any kind are not a problem for the garage matting and do not need to be removed or addressed any differently than other debris.
These garage roll mats can easily be cut with a utility knife. After laying out the mat, mark the area needing to be removed and then trace the same mark with the knife. Once removed, the matting will still continue to function properly without premature deterioration.
These garage flooring rolls can be safely used over a garage floor that has small imperfections like those mentioned above. Small cracks, pits and scrapes are common to most garage floors and these mats can certainly accommodate those situations. For more substantial gouges or deeper pits that could telegraph through the matting, it would be best to fill them in before laying down the garage flooring since although the matting would be fine for a time, eventually the unevenness could stretch or tear the matting if driven over a great deal.
Sweeping or vacuuming will remove most of the day-to-day dirt, dust and debris that gets tracked onto these garage mats. A blower can also be used to blow everything out of the garage quickly and efficiently. For mud, gum or more stubborn stains, using warm water and a little liquid soap should do the trick. Engine fluids should not eat through the mat but if there is a spill on the mat, it's best to clean it up quickly. Although very unlikely, it's possible that a stain could appear on a light colored mat from extended exposure to strong chemicals or road tar.
In addition to a releasable adhesive, we also carry a heavy-duty, double-sided Garage Floor Mat Seaming Tape that will secure the matting in place but not damage or stain the floor below.
A kick stand / center stand will not damage the garage flooring and can safely be parked on top of this roll material without worry.
You can certainly use these garage floor rolls to cover the floor of your boat. We recommend that the floor of the boat be cleaned (and dry) before installing. The matting itself should be glued down using outdoor Garage Flooring Adhesive. This matting is stain, mold and mildew resistant and will hold up to the sun and water (even salt water) exposure.
Certainly - all of our garage flooring products can safely be installed on top of any type of radiant flooring without any concern for the matting or the floor below.
Garage Floor Matting Rolls are manufactured here in the US from premium ingredients and do not contain fillers or any toxic additives. The garage rolls are composed of 100% pure vinyl and although it's possible to have a very faint 'new car smell' once received, the smell, if any, will quickly dissipate. The rolls can be installed indoors after receiving them - there's no need to air them out first. If you do find that there is a faint smell, a little liquid soap and warm water will help remove it more quickly.
Absolutely! There are no toxic ingredients or harmful odors associated with these mats and are rated safe for humans and animals, for use indoors in both commercial and residential locations. Should any particular information be needed, a spec sheet with pertinent rating information can be sent to you.
Garage Roll Matting is perfectly suited for use in carports in which the rolls are exposed directly to the elements (rain, snow, sun, wind, temperature changes, etc.). Thanks to it's composition and manufacturing process, these garage mats are fade- and mildew-resistant and will not absorb rain or snow that may blow in while remaining slip-resistant thanks to their textured surface pattern. If being used wall-to-wall, and especially in environments where the temperature changes a lot, you may want to secure the matting with our Outdoor Garage Floor Adhesive to help keep it firmly in place and help prevent expansion and contraction.
Garage flooring rolls can safely be used on top of epoxy flooring (whether new or old) and not negatively react with or damage the flooring.
All garage floor roll matting is manufactured here in the US from American sourced raw materials which ensures a high-quality, durable floor matting product that lasts for years, even under the most demanding conditions and in the harshest environments.
Although incredibly strong, garage flooring rolls can easily be cut to fit with a utility (razor) knife with a sharp blade. It's best to mark the matting with a pencil (and a straight edge or ruler) and then cut along the line for a perfect fit. Cutting the garage matting will not damage or deteriorate the remaining material.
Garage Flooring Rolls have a lot of surface contact with the floor below and tend to stay in place quite well, even when driven over frequently and even with larger vehicles. For residential and light commercial use, the need for glue or tape is rarely necessary. Rain water and snow will not make the matting slide around any more than dry conditions.
These garage floor rolls are manufactured from pure, commercial-grade, 100% polyvinyl and will not absorb liquids, even if they're on the mat for an extended period and not cleaned or dried. Should you want to remove the moisture (though not at all necessary) a dry cloth, mop or rag will do the trick!
Although minimal and only occurring with more extreme temperature swings, it is possible for the matting to slightly expand when the matting gets rather warm and contract just a bit when the temperature drops a lot. Temperature fluctuation won't damage or deteriorate the matting in any way. However, if installing wall-to-wall, it's a good idea to leave a slight gap (about 1/4" on each side) to allow for this phenomenon.
The Diamond Tread Pattern Garage Flooring weighs right around 2/3 lb per square foot - one of the heaviest-duty garage flooring options available today!