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Garage & Industrial Flooring

Garage & Industrial Flooring

Cost-effective flooring: for work and home

Decision 1. What exactly do you need from your garage or garages - apart from a safe place to keep cars and other vehicles? If it’s a commercial garage, your premises probably include a workshop, toilet, kitchen - and a reception area. Many home garages are also workshops - plus storage areas...home gyms...and where the deep freeze lives. Often, the only thing missing is a car....

Decision 2. Is your garage dry enough? If it’s damp (often due to lack of a DPM) you need a ventilated floor e.g. Bergo interlocking floor tiles. These allow air to circulate and the damp to dry out naturally. If it’s dry, you can choose a solid surface. Our PVC tiles are 4mm - 7mm thick, with textured, studded, riven or checkerplate surfaces, and a wide choice of colours. Environmentally-friendly recycled tiles offer particularly good value.

Benefits of Interlocking Floor Tiles

  • DIY Fit: simply interlock and secure with a rubber mallet. If necessary, the tiles are easily cut to fit, with a handsaw or jigsaw
  • Diversity: mix & match from a wide range of colours to create a custom floor, or reconfigure / expand surface areas as desired
  • Recycled: recycled garage floor tiles are the eco-friendly and wallet-friendly option
  • Fire Retardant: PVC tiles are inherently fire retardant
  • Accoustic & Heat Insulation: More comfort, less noise.

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What Our Customers Say...

So pleased we did it! Looks fabulous and any wet goes straight through, no puddles. It was so easy to install and to keep clean. We just run a vacuum over it. It has transformed our showroom.

Sue Jenkins - Cheshire Pool & Spas Ltd

It is great to have such a strong durable plastic in a colourful cellular design which provides a surface where water can simply drain away and little feet (and not so little) can once again walk around in safety.

Catherine Robilliard