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Frequently Asked QuestionsFrequently Asked Questions about Bergo multi-functional floor tiles

First, your general FAQs. You’ll find specific subjects on the drop down menu.

Q. How long will my Bergo tiled floor last?
A. Thirty years? Forty years? Fifty? We’re still counting...
Q. What keeps a Bergo floor in position?
A. Gravity - aided by a unique interlocking system. No nails, screws, bolts or glue are needed

Q. Can you install Bergo tiles on concrete?

A. Yes - find out more here ...

Q. How can I trust a system like that?
A. Our users will tell you that Bergo withstands the demands of everything from tennis, to retail parks, to industry.
Q. Why are some of your tiles perforated?
A. 5 Good Reasons:
  1. A breathing substrate reduces condensation and dampness.
  2. Outdoors it aids drainage.
  3. Grip and Safety.
  4. Reduces raw materials - saving cost, transport and the environment.
  5. Good looks - don’t you agree?
Q. But what if something falls through those holes?
A. It would have to be something very small..... To retrieve it, simply unzip and then replace one or more tiles; another benefit of our interlocking design. If you’re working with really tiny parts, a drop-sheet might be a good idea.
Q. Can the floor really control dust in the atmosphere?
A. Yes. A minute charge holds airborne dust under the floor, leaving your car and stored items pristine – our warehouse is proof of that!
Q. My job entails standing for long periods. How can Bergo enhance my physical and psychological welfare?
A. Bergo tiles are resilient underfoot: essential for ergonomic and psychological comfort.
Q. Can you combine resilience and comfort with strength and durability?
A. Yes indeed! Some of our floors are thirty (30) years old.
Q. I’m a designer. Colours are crucial. Can you provide a choice?
A. Check our ever-expanding range of colours
Q. I’m not a designer. How can I arrange all those colours?
Our colours & patterns guide aids perfect results, whatever your priorities: aesthetics, marketing, safety - tell us.
Q. Can I lay your tiles on the damp floor of my cellar?
Yes - they’ll alleviate the problem. Instead of sealing in the moisture - which causes smells and rot, Bergo tiles create an air gap - a breathing space for the floor. Result: wholesome atmosphere - and safe storage.
Q. What about vehicles on a Bergo floor?
Bergo tiles are used in garages, factories, warehouses. Even studded tyres are no problem - though, obviously, they may increase wear & tear.  Read about 'things to consider when selecting a surface for your garage floor'
Q. How long will my Bergo floor last?
Short Answer: depends on how you use it. Longer Answer: ask us again in 2045. Despite extremes of weather, temperature and UV, thirty-year-old installations are still going strong.
Q. Does snow make Bergo flooring slippery?
Bergo is Scandanavian...though nothing is 100% non-slip, they ensure that melting snow swiftly drains away - so why not apply a little salt?
Q. Do I need to take my outdoor Bergo Tiles flooring up over the winter?
Of course not! They’re unaffected by rain, snow, or ice.
Q. What are Bergo tiles made from?
Most are made from polypropylene - the world’s most versatile and rugged thermoplastic.
Q. How does polypropylene affect the world’s ecology?
Very little. Its production consumes very little energy and creates less pollution than most paper mills. Recycling polypropylene consumes even less energy.
Q. Can Bergo tiles be recycled?
Yes. In fact, Bergo has recently introduced ECO - a new range of recycled tiles.
Q. Does your service match your products?
. We like to think so. Try us

What Our Customers Say...

The new flooring is fantastic and only took three days to install the entire area. Tact Enviro could not have been more helpful and we have received lots of positive feedback from staff and visitors.

Chris Acton, Stepping Stones Nursery

The tiles which I bought from you have been installed and look supurb. All our friends remark about them. I bought them for two reasons; (1) to cover the black waterproof membrane which tends to leave shallow pools of rain water which are now covered by the tiles and the balcony is now useable all the time. (2)for a pleasing finish to the balcony at a reasonable price and which I could easily install myself. Both these criteria have been met and if it wasn't always raining we could drink our Pimms in some luxury !!

Don Budds