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  • 100% allergen and latex-free!
  • Perfect for light traffic areas.
  • Each tile comes with 2 detachable edges.

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  • 100% allergen and latex-free!
  • Perfect for light traffic areas.
  • Each tile comes with 2 detachable edges.
  • Nontoxic, kid-safe foam tiles.
  • Simple to install.
  • Portable tile perfect for trade shows.
Description - We at IncStores are proud to introduce our new Premium Soft Wood Tiles. Our new foam-backed tiles offer the same modern and attractive appearance, but offer much more durability being more scratch-resistant and can withstand more abuse. These high-quality tiles are still easy to install, low- cost, lightweight, and water-resistant, which means they can be installed in various situations. These foam flooring tiles also help to reduce sound transmission and help to keep users insulated from cold subfloors below. Each tile comes with two removable edge pieces attached, which allows you to turn any tile into a corner, border, or center tile; and just like our standard soft wood tiles, our new soft wood tiles are 100% allergen-free and latex-free.
Note: This product is not designed for medium to high traffic areas. The wooden design is a thin, yet durable veneer-like foam surface that can be punctured under sharp animal nails, rough use, high heels, and the wooden pattern is not guaranteed to always line up between interlocking tiles.
Material – Soft wood tiles are constructed of closed cell high density foam that helps ensure they are water resistant, odor free, light weight yet durable and insulating.
Size – 2' x 2'.
Thickness – Apporximately 3/8" (9mm) and 5/8" (14mm).
Weight – Our 3/8" tile weighs approximately .625 Lbs. Our 5/8" tile weighs approximately 1.88 Lbs.
Spec Sheet - Printable Spec Sheet.
Recommended Uses – Soft wood tiles are popular for basement flooring, trade show flooring, exhibit flooring, retail display flooring, living areas, and for conventions. Anywhere you are looking for an elegant yet cushioning surface, Soft Wood tiles can work well.

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  1. Maintain your Premium soft wood tiles just like your wood flooring at home.
  2. The recommended cleaning instructions typically include sweeping the tiles to remove any loose or dry dirt, crumbs, dust, or debris.
  3. To clean harder stains or liquids off the soft wood tiles, the tiles should be wiped off with a damp rag or temporarily lifted and cleaned under warm running water in a sink or bathtub.
  4. For our dark wood colors, scuffing can be a problem. To remove the scuff marks from these tiles, we recommend using pledge. This will not remove and surface damage, but will help minimize the appearance of the scuff mark.

Installation of interlocking tiles is very simple and typically done by the consumer. Typical installation of these tiles is as follows:
  1. First, clean your subfloor, so it is free of all dirt, grease, or debris.
  2. Start in one corner of the room with a corner tile and add border tiles outward along the adjacent walls. Add center, corner, and border tiles where you see fit.
  3. When coming up to an opposite wall, make sure you cut the tiles to fit the area leaving a gap that’s roughly the thickness of the tiles being used to account for expansion and contraction of the floor tiles in varied temperature ranges.
Note: When piecing interlocking tiles together, adhesives are usually not used since the weight of the locked together product is usually enough to keep the floor tiles from moving. However, if you do experience movement and would like to ensure that the tiles do not slide at all, some double-sided tape or mat tape can be used around the perimeter of the installation to prevent any movement.
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Are the tiles themselves 2'x2' or does that include the removable ends pieces in the 2'x2' measurement? Also, I was considering this for a home pilates studio. I don't mind if the tiles indent from the pilates reformer, however, will the forward and backward impact on the machine cause the tiles to rip?
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles are 2' x 2' with the removable edge pieces. With them removed the tiles are 23.38" x 23.38". These tiles can be used under a Pilates Reformer since the machine itself is stationary. The weight of the machine will create an indentation in the tiles. So if you were to move the machine you could move the tiles that were placed underneath it to hide the damaged tiles. If you are looking for a product that will hold up better to the weight of the machine, I would suggest using our Impact Rolls - Wood Series. This product gives you the look of wood with a durable vinyl top layer.
Will high heels ruin this type of flooring? I'm looking for something durable to use in a photography studio.
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made of foam and can be damaged by high heels. If you are looking for a wood look floor that will give you some anti-fatigue properties and stand up to high heels, we recommend our Eco-Impact Roll - Wood Series or our Impact Rolls - Wood Series.
Are tiles fireproof if used in a kitchen?
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles are not fire proof, but they are fire resistant.
Can the rubber tiles be used on stairs?
Alice taylor
Our Premium Soft Wood tiles can be used on stairs. The veneer on these tiles may not stand up to the traffic that is found on stairs, but they can be installed on them. To install these tiles to stairs you will need to glue them with a pressure sensitive adhesive. Our 5000 series adhesive works well for this application.
Can you apply these tiles over carpet or do you have to pull up the carpet before putting the tiles down.
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles can be placed over a commercial grade low pile carpet with ease. Over high pile carpet, there is a chance the tiles will separate creating a tripping hazard.
For the tiles, do i need to place a vapor barrier underneath them in cemented areas like a basement?
Flo Millier
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made with close celled EVA foam and would not need a vapor barrier placed underneath them. If you do have water issues, we do recommend sealing your floor first , which will help to reduce incidences of mold and mildew growth.
Sometimes my basement gets damp with summer humidity, will these tiles work for me? I have a concrete floor I would like to cover.
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made with a closed cell EVA foam making them resistant to mold, mildew, and water. So the moisture in your basement will not affect the tiles in any way.
What do you do in a door frame, if no taper is available?
When you come to a door when installing our Premium Soft Wood Tiles, you can use any reducer between the tiles and the flooring it's coming to. We recommend using a standard flooring trim that matches the flooring you are coming to. We offer a wide range of standard flooring trims on our Trims and Moldings page.
Does your free shipping include zip code 96814, Honolulu, HI?
Compac Industries
We offer free shipping on our Premium Soft Wood Tiles and any other free shipping product only in the contiguous 48 states. If you are outside of that area, you will need to call, email, or chat with one of our Flooring Heroes for a shipping rate.
Can you tape the tiles together so they don't separate as easily and if so what kind of tape would you recommend?
You can tape our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles. We recommend using our Mat Tape since it is less aggressive. You can use our Double-Sided tape to keep the tiles together and also in your desired installation area, but when removed, there is potential for damage to the tiles.
I've been looking for a flooring option for our basement and this product looks wonderful, but I need to know how well it holds up with wheelchair use. One of our children is a wheelchair user, would this flooring hold up against a child-weight wheelchair?
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made of foam and will not hold up well to a wheel chair. We do offer several wood looking products that would hold up better. Our Eco-Impact Rolls - Wood Series and our Impact Rolls - Wood Series are both great alternatives to our Soft Wood Tiles due to their durability and ease of installation.
Are these foam mats formidamide free?
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles are formamide free. They are tested regularly and if you would like a copy of our testing, you can reach out to one of Flooring Heroes via phone, chat, or email. These tiles are also phthalate free and are free of any allergens or hazardous material.
Do you have the option to have electrical channels and beveled edges?
We currently do not have any electrical channels or beveled edges for our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles.
We are doing a combination exercise room - (exercise bike and total gym along with some 40 lb free weights, sauna) & sewing room. I want wood grain. I need to be able to roll an office chair on it. This is a large room and would need to be economical.
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made of foam and are not meant to be used in high traffic areas or in areas where the floor will be put under enormous stress like weight rooms and the like. We have had customers use our flooring in these situations, but they understood that the flooring may peel over time and that these tiles will indent under heavy furniture and equipment. To prevent this, we recommend placing furniture sliders under the furniture or equipment. Rolling chairs on this floor would not work super well. If you were to use one, you would need to get a chair mat. This will not only protect the tiles from damage but also allow the chair to roll properly across the floor.
Are all of the straight edge pieces included? Also, can these be put over carpet or does it have to be removed first?
Each Premium Soft Wood Tile comes with two removable edge pieces. These will allow you to create corner, border and center tiles. These soft tiles can be placed over commercial grade carpet with ease. If you have thick pile carpet, the tiles can be placed over it. But there is potential for the foam tiles to separate.
Wanted to know if the wood tiles are safe from animal claw puncturing?
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles will get punctured by animal nails and claws.
What cleaning products can be used on the flooring?
pam kibler
To remove large dirt and debris, we recommend using a broom to remove it from our Premium Soft Wood Tiles. For stains and spills, we recommend using a rag or mop with a mild soap and water solution.
I'm putting these on hardwood floors, turning a dining room into a play room. What do I use for a transition piece into the kitchen/foyer so people don't trip. The 14mm was too high for the rubber transition piece you offer and I don't want a lot of additional expense. Thanks!
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles do not currently have a transition piece for them, but you can use any standard flooring trim piece to finish your floor.
How are the premium soft wood tiles cleaned?
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles can be cleaned with a clean cloth or mop and mild soap and water solution. For large debris, we recommend using a broom.
How much weight can tile handle? Will it help with cold floor? I'm looking to put them on top of our ceramic tile floor and put TV stand and sofa on top of soft wood foam tile.
Todd wong
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made of foam, so any amount of weight will cause them to depress to varying degrees. Since these tiles are made with closed cell EVA foam, they will provide you with excellent insulating properties. For any heavy furniture, we recommend using Furniture Sliders underneath the furniture legs to prevent permanently damaging the floor.
Is a steam mop okay to use for cleaning? I am concerned about the temperature affecting the materials.
For our Premium Soft Wood Tiles, we recommend using a synthetic mop head with a mild soap and water solution. Using a steam mop may be ok, but there is always a concern that the print may be affected.
Can I install this on stairs?
Jenni Elia
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles can be installed on stairs.
I have an electric baseboard heater in my basement and looking forward to installing this flooring, is this a fire hazard near the heater? As the electric baseboard heater tends to get very hot, Thanks in advance
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles are able to withstand temperatures as high as 140°F without melting or curling. So these tiles will work just fine installed next to your baseboard heater.
Does this 5/8" tile come with beveled edge. Can you get beveled edge?
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles do not come with a beveled edge.
What the best way to cut the tiles? A straight edge and razor? Or table saw? A friend bought these and I'm going to help install them
The best way to cut our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles is a sharp utility knife and a straight edge. We do not recommend using a table saw due to the fact the tile will melt as the blade is cutting it.
Is there any way to remove or lighten up the scuff marks that have appeared after installation and cleaning?
We recommend using pledge to take out the scuff marks from our dark wood colored soft wood tiles. The floor may not look perfect depending on how the scuff mark was created, but it will look virtually like new after application.
How does it hold up dogs? I have 2 large Labs..
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles have been used in homes with dogs. Since these tiles do have a pattern film on top, dogs nails can scratch it over time.
Is the light oak textured like the onyx or smooth like the maple?
Our Light Oak Textured Premium Soft Wood Tiles are textured like our Onyx colored tiles. The only colors that are smooth are our Light Oak and Dark Oak tiles.
I'm looking for flooring for a kids yoga studio. Are the dark maple tiles slippery? The class is very active and we are often off of the yoga mats and running around on the floor. If they are slippery, is there another option you'd recommend?
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles can be slippery if you are wearing socks on the tiles. With bare feet, these tiles are pretty slip-resistant. If a good deal of sweat and other liquids do get on the floor, then you may need to wipe it up before running around on the tiles to eliminate the slipping hazard.
What type of glue would be best to glue the foam tiles to the walls and ceiling of a fiberglass camper?
To glue our Premium Soft Wood Tiles to a wall or ceiling, we would recommend using our 5900 Series adhesive or any other pressure sensitive adhesive.
How do I order border to go with soft wood tiles?
Matt Tatom
Each tile in our Premium Soft Wood Tiles comes with an attached border piece. If you are looking for a beveled edge, we currently do not carry one for this tile.
What is the warranty policy on the premium soft wood tiles?
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles have a one-year manufacturers warranty. That means, that if there are any manufacturing defects that we will replace your flooring.
Is the tile appropriate for pivoting at a higher speed on with barefeet? With some foam tiles the barefoot sticks to it during a turn?
Alicia Fajardo
You can pivot barefoot on our Premium Soft Wood Tiles. The top on these tiles is just slick enough to create control slip which will help to make doing pivots easier.
I have purchased these foam tiles for my fitness studio, and I am very happy with them. As the temps change, I do feel cold coming from the cement floor through the tiles. It's not terrible. But I'm wondering if there's something I can put between the cement and the foam to keep the foam tiles warmer.
Julie Zoril
To prevent additional cold coming up under our Premium Soft Wood Tiles, we would recommend placing an underlay underneath the tiles. Our cork underlayments would provide you with the best temperature absorption.
Can heavy furniture like a bookshelf be placed on the Premium Soft Wood foam tiles?
Amy I Martin
You can place heavy furniture over our Premium Soft Wood tiles, but know that if you place the heavy furniture over the flooring that it will leave indentations in the flooring. To prevent this, we recommend placing furniture sliders under the furniture to prevent indentations.
I am looking for a flooring I can install easily over tile floor. This is for elderly parents that are prone to falling. They use walkers.
Since our Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made of foam they would be great for falls, but may not work well when a person is using a walker. We do have a product that would work perfect for both falls and also allowing a walker to be used, and that is our Impact Rolls - Wood Series. These rolls feature a vinyl top with a shock absorbent rubber bottom. These rolls will help to absorb the impact of the fall and will also allow for a walker or wheel chair to easily roll over the floor.
Do the tiles come with the edge pieces? I don't see where to order those on the website.
Each Premium Soft Wood Tile and all foam tiles come with two attached removable edge pieces. They are not sold separately and are provided for free. These edges are not beveled and allow you to turn any tile into a corner, border, or center tile.
We have a hair salon that gets very noisy. Would this help with noise? Maybe if we put them on a wall behind the sinks?
mary Noeth
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood tiles would help to reduce the noise in a room where installed. Made with EVA foam, these tiles will not only provide you with comfort underfoot but will help reduce the amount of reverberation that can be generated in a space that has a lot of tile. These tiles are very easy to clean and maintain and are easy to install and replace when damaged. The only issue that may pop up is when someone where's high heels on the floor. You will see some damage to the tiles when high wheels are worn across them.
Can any type of flooring be installed over foam tiles?
Brigitta Brady
You can install any floor over our Premium Soft Wood Tiles. These tiles are denser than standard carpet padding giving you a solid surface that is sturdy but also provides comfort underfoot. These tiles would be similar to a standard foam underlay.
We have a brand new wood floor and are looking to install the ⅝" Soft Wood Tiles on the wood floor to create a workout area in one of our spare bedrooms. Do you recommend an underlayment on top to protect the wood floor?
You would not need to place an underlayment or plastic sheet under our 5/8" Soft Wood Tiles to protect the wood flooring below. You can if you were deeply concerned that it could ruin your wood flooring, but it is not necessary. Now if you were dropping any heavy-weights, we would recommend placing a rubber mat over the foam tiles to protect your subfloor and the foam tiles properly.
Would these tiles be suitable for a home gym? I was considering these or the 8mm rubber tiles in your home gym category.
Patrick Middleton
We don't recommend using our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles in a gym setting as the tiles are made from foam and can be damaged easily. Also, the lamination on the top of the tiles is not the most durable, so there is a high potential for damage. We do recommend using our 8mm Strong Rubber Tiles as flooring in gyms. This tile has been used in commercial and home gyms all over the country and is our most popular gym tile. If you still wanted that wood look, we would recommend purchasing our Impact Rolls - Wood Series. These are just as durable as our standard rubber tiles with a wood looking top.
We want the look of wood flooring and the functionality to support workouts such as P90X. Will this flooring be durable enough for that?
We don't recommend using our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles as flooring in a workout environment as the top layer of the tiles can separate or get damaged from the added impact. If you want to have the wood look, but want something that will be more durable, we recommend using our Impact Rolls - Wood Series. These rolls have a wood top layer over a rubber underlayment that will provide added shock absorption and comfort underfoot, making these great for P90X.
Is this tile waterproof? Can it be installed over cement or vinyl on cement?
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles are water-resistant and can be installed over a hard, flat surface like concrete, plywood, or even and existing floor like vinyl, tile, and more. These tiles are very easy to install and maintain and can be used as a mat in a room or as flooring for a room.
Will these soft wood tiles work for a shower floor?
We wouldn't recommend using our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles as a shower floor. Since these tiles are made from foam, they are not as durable as other shower floor products. Also, the top on these tiles can get pretty slick when wet, so it would be a slip hazard. If you are looking for products that would be great as shower flooring, we recommend checking out our Drainage Tiles page. Here you will find a number of products that are perfectly suited for this function.
I have a bedroom with fairly think carpet in it and would like to use this flooring to convert it into a gym (free weights and calisthenics). Is there anything I can do to limit the separation due to the current carpet, or would you recommend a different product?
To help mitigate the separation that can occur when installing our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles over carpet with a thick pad, we recommend placing plywood over the carpet. This will help to prevent the separation of the tiles and also allow you not to have to remove the carpet.
I would like to install it in my basement on a concrete floor that currently has a painted finish. Do you recommend an adhesive, double stick tape, or nothing in this type of install?
No glue or adhesive is needed to install our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles. These tiles are meant to be installed as a floating floor and interlock together.
Would these work well in a garage? I'm considering using them to cover the exposed concrete and make that space into something more usable. Thanks!
As long as you don't drive over our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles, you can definitely install these tiles in a garage to turn it into a man cave or another room in your home. They are very easy to clean and maintain and would be able to withstand the somewhat harsh environment in certain garages.
How would these hold up in a small yoga studio?
Katie Bubny
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles are the perfect flooring option for yoga studios, both large and small.
Has anyone had issues rolling up onto the surface? We were hoping the edges would be tapered.
Since our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made from foam, they are not designed for a wheelchair to be used on them. A wheelchair will roll over them, but the weight of the wheelchair and the movement of the wheels could cause damage to the tiles over time. We would recommend placing a clear vinyl chair pad or runner over the tiles where the wheelchair would be used to protect them.
Can these tiles withstand heat? I’m building a yoga studio, and we will have hot yoga classes. I want to make sure the floor wouldn’t melt from a 95-degree humid room.
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles can be used as flooring in a hot yoga studio. These tiles can expand and contract quite a bit with extreme temperature change, so we would recommend placing a 5/8" gap around the floor to allow for the tiles to expand and contract with the temperature changes properly.
I live in an apartment with semi-plush carpeting I am not permitted to remove. I want to use your oak look-alike squares to create a floating floor. If I put a plywood underlayment down, on top of the carpet, and then install the interlocking tiles on top of it, will this work? What do I need to purchase to get this achieved successfully?
Mary Harrill
If you place a plywood board over the plush carpet, you can for sure install our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles without issue. We recommend using 1/4" thick board for this.
Can these tiles be used outside on a deck or a boat floor?
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made with foam and are not the most impervious to the elements, but they can be used outdoors on a deck or as a boat floor. On a boat, since these tiles have a laminate top, the flooring may become a slick when wet. We would recommend making sure that any water that gets on the flooring is cleaned up quickly. Since these tiles weren't meant to handle the elements, they may not last very long in an outdoor setting. Since these foam tiles are installed as a floating floor, they are very easy to install and replace, so we would suggest ordering more than is needed for a little back stock for replacements.
I like the look and feel of these premium soft wood tiles, but their main problem is the fragility of the laminate. I saw one comment on another website that said maybe some sort of sealer would help with that. Could you recommend any type of floor sealer or floor wax or whatever that might help keep the laminate from bubbling and peeling? And would not damage the laminate? Thanks!
The only colors that have the potential to peel are our Light Oak and Dark Oak colors. The other colors laminate layer is baked into the tiles. You could add a sealer to the top of our Premium Soft Wood Tiles to prevent this. Our Rubber Floor Finish and Sealer is a wax-based sealer and would be safe to use on these two colors to prevent them from peeling.
We would like to put these in our basement where we have a bar. Would these tiles be suitable for a basement bar where we host parties every so often? How slippery do they get with little liquid?
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles could be used as flooring in a basement bar. These tiles are very easy to clean and are non-porous, meaning you won't have any liquids getting in the floor. You would need to ensure that nothing sharp or heavy gets on the floor as the flooring can become damaged. We recommend no heels on the flooring and no heavy furniture unless the furniture sits on furniture sliders.
Can it be used in bathrooms? If so do you have a video?
Technically you can use our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles in a bathroom as a mat, but we wouldn't recommend it. These tiles are non-porous and are mold and mildew resistant, so from a health standpoint, they are great. Since these tiles feature a laminate top, they can be very slick when wet and would be a slip-hazard when installed in areas where a lot of water will be present. If you want to have a wood looking product that has some give to it, we would recommend installing our Impact Rolls - Wood Series in your bathroom.
How thick they are?
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles are approximately 5/8" or 14mm thick.
I am opening a hot yoga studio and I am looking for flooring to put on top of the cement slab. Temperatures will be between 90 to 100°F with humidity. People will obviously be sweating throughout these classes. Wondering if the soft foam as a good fit in that environment.
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles have been used in all types of yoga studios. Since they are made with foam, they are a great flooring choice for this environment. However, in hot yoga studios, they may not be the best choice. These tiles feature a laminate top that can become slick when wet. So in this environment, they can become a slip hazard. We do offer a floor that would work perfectly in this environment. This product is called our Impact Rolls - Wood Series. This rubber roll features a wood grain vinyl top. This vinyl top when wet would be more slip-resistant while offering all the great benefits of our Soft Wood Tiles. You can find this product on our High Impact Flooring Page.
Can these be installed over a wood attic floor? What issues might there be? Should we worry about moisture getting trapped between the tile and the floor?
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles can be used as flooring over a wood attic floor. There would be no issues associated with placing these tiles in this area.
I’m trying to make a backyard 12’ x 24’ area into a roller-skating area for dance skating. Can I use this over plywood or without? I don’t want to match the roller rink flooring but want similar. Currently, I’m skating on my engineered hardwood flooring.
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles would not be good as flooring for skating. These tiles are made of foam and would be destroyed quickly. We do have products that would work for this application. A few products that would be good for this are our Impact Rolls - Wood Series, our Modular Grid-Loc Tiles, and our Practice Dance Tiles, to name a few.
Is the surface of your soft wood tiles slippery? I want to cover my hardwood floor to prevent my dog from slipping and injuring himself.
Our Premium Soft Wood Tiles compared to hardwood flooring are pretty slip-resistant. The only times these tiles would be a little slick is when wet. Our Soft Wood Tiles are one of the most popular go-to floors for pets with disabilities or challenges with aging. Since they are made of foam, they are easier on the joints for the pet to walk on, helping to prevent falls. The only thing you may notice is that the pet's nails may mark up the floor.
Can these tiles be used outdoors?
Melissa Grady
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made with foam and are not the most impervious to the elements, but they can be used outdoors. Since these tiles have a laminate top, the flooring may become a slick when wet. We would recommend making sure that any water that gets on the flooring is cleaned up quickly. Since these tiles weren't meant to handle the elements, they may not last very long in an outdoor setting. Since these foam tiles are installed as a floating floor, they are very easy to install and replace, so we would suggest ordering more than is needed for a little back stock for replacements.
Is this suitable for a installing a squat rack inside a living room with laminated flooring? I don't plan to do (or drop) weights, mostly for for pull-up type exercise (i.e. static) or attaching resistance bands to it. So it has to to be quite stable. The total weight of the rack plus myself would be about 300 lbs on a 6 ft x 6 ft footprint.
We don't recommend installing a squat rack over our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles. Since these tiles are made from foam, they would be damaged by the weight of the rack and will not provide you with the solid footing that is necessary for performing squats safely. If you want that wood look, we recommend going with our Impact Rolls - Wood Series or Ecore at Home's Forest RX rolls.
Can I use these with an underlayment to improve the thermal insulation properties? If so, which underlayment is the best to use with these soft wood tiles?
Our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made from closed EVA foam, so in a sense, they behave very similarly to an underlayment already. So no underlayment is necessary under these tiles, but if you do want to add an underlay, you can use a rubber, cork, or foam underlayment under these tiles.
How would you recommend installing this flooring over a floor drain?
To install over a floor drain, or around any other obstruction, you'd simply use a sharp utility knife to cut out the access that you would need to install each tile. Because some tiles need to be installed in a specific orientation, it is best to install the tile first and then mark the cut you need while it is interlocked with the rest of the floor before making any cut. Then simply use a utility knife or a rotary cutting tool and straight edge to cut the tile.
Can you use this material on the floor of a basement bedroom with having a bed and dresser and wardrobe on it?
Lesley Beveridge
The Premium Soft Wood Tiles can handle the weight of bedroom furniture without a problem and are great for installation in basements because of their waterproof construction. Because they are made of foam the weight of the bed will likely leave a permanent dent on the tile where it is located. This can be lessened with furniture sliders or if you wish to reuse the tiles for a different purpose in the future the damage tile can easily be replaced!
Will Gym equipment (like a Bowflex machine) do well on top of soft wood tiles?
John Sampson
Premium Soft Wood tiles are great at supporting gym equipment. The workout equipment will likely leave an indentation in the surface of the tile that is permanent because of the weight of a Bowflex. However you can choose to insert furniture sliders under the equipment to disperse the weight, or if you ever wish to remove the equipment you can simply replace the indented tiles.
Hi, Just wondering if there is an adhesive that attaches the wood veneer to the foam, specifically wondering for the cork tiles. Is it actually cork on top, or just foam that looks like cork? Thanks!!!
Meredith C
The Premium Soft Wood Tiles are made with a bonded image layer that is not actual layer of cork.
Will these 5/8 premium soft wood tiles fade from sunlight coming though a window?
Our Premium Soft Wood tiles are UV stable and can be used in sunlight without having to worry about the print fading.
Is it safe for baby to chew on them occasionally?
Our Premium Soft Wood tiles meet and exceed all import and safety ratings for foam mats. They are safe for your baby if they were to put them in their mouth.
Can these tiles be used under a peleton/spin bike to keep it stable (& not wobbly)?
These tiles would not be the best use under a Peleton or Spin Bike because they would not create a stable side-to-side surface. You would be better off with our 3/8 Impact Tiles or a completely rubber tile. Those would both cover a hard surface as well as absorb some noise from radiating through your home.
I'm looking at these rubber tiles for my mancave for gaming and entertainment, and I was just wondering if these tiles can hold heavy things for a very long time, say a gaming desk or a couch for years, or will it just make dents and possibly break or be damaged? Also, if that does happen, what is the weight limit of these tiles, and for how long? Thank you:)
Premium Soft Wood Tiles are great for a room like this. Large heavy equipment or furniture will leave a permanent indent when left on these tiles for long enough. However the tiles can easily be replaced if needed. These tiles don't have a specific weight limit.
Can booth kit be used on grass?
Audrey Jones
Yes, these tiles could be used on grass as long as it was level enough and has been cut. The integrity of the interlocked surface is lessened over uneven surfaces. However this could make a great outdoor kit.
I'm looking for something to put over a section of my hardwood floor when I do HIIT workouts and then hide away in a closet afterwards. Will the tiles stay in place without being anchored or would I need a non-slip mat underneath? How durable are the puzzle edges in terms of repeated assembly/disassembly?
White the Premium Soft Wood Tiles are very durable and meant to be assembled and disassembled often, we do not suggest these tiles for HIIT workouts. The quick lateral movement of HIIT workouts can pull the tiles apart. We often suggest using one of our rubber mats or Home Wrestling Mats for HIIT workouts.
Will these tiles protect a laminate floor if we place them under our workout machines (treadmill, elliptical, water tower)
Yes, these tiles will help create a soft surface that protects your floor beneath from the weight of the machines. Depending on the weight of the machines you may want to check from time to time and ensure that the impact from running and exercising hasn't caused the tiles to collapse too much.
I have the foam mats over commercial grade low carpet, and they slip just a bit; I've tried putting nonskid gripper rug things underneath, but it doesn't quite do it. Any suggestions?
To keep our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles from slipping over carpet, we recommend using our Double Sided Carpet Tape. This will be the best solution to keep them in place.
Does this product have added flame retardants?
Tiffany B
Flame retardants are not used in the making of our 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles.
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  Perfect for a playroom.
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Holly from Cincinnati, Ohio wrote...
My husband and I wanted to convert our old ugly basement into a playroom and I looked into getting regular color foam tiles. Thank god I found these. They are so nice looking that when people came over for his birthday party I had many folks say they didn't know they were foam until they stepped down off the steps to the floor. Little bit more expensive than the color tiles, but so worth it. It brightens up the room but still keeps the tone of the room pleasing for adults. My kid has even fallen from his play table (he loves to climb) onto the floor and besides being scared, he wasn't hurt. No bruises on this kid for a week so far! We've gotten complements galore on them. I'm glad I spent the extra money and went with these tiles. They were easy to cut and put in. We had to make quite a few cuts due to the room not being square and lots of doorways etc. It took us four hours total to install about 300 square feet. The center ones without cuts went down in like 15 minutes total.
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  Neighbors are Jealous!
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Candy W. from Fort Campbell, KY wrote...
My husband is in the military and we have horrible flooring in our on Post housing. We also have a 10 month old that we would love to keep his skull intact. All my neighbors are jealous, I have become the play date go to house! Thank you so much, what a difference this has made. The before and after is astounding!
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  Easy to install and looks great
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Ryan from St. Paul, MN wrote...
I installed the Dark Oak tile in the family room in our basement. Overall, it was fairly easy to install, it took some time to figure out the best way to cut the tile for doorways and the landing for the stairs. I really like the way it looks. I just hope it stands up to daily kid traffic. I noticed while kneeling on it during install that the dips made by my knees didn't pop back very quickly. It took a few minutes especially at a seam. I'm worried about putting furniture on it. We are planning to put a train table on the floor, but I think I will be getting some furniture sliders first. I did part of the room, so I have a seam in the middle of the room that will probably require some kind of transition to be installed over it. I installed about 120 square feet and the whole thing took about an hour and a half.
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