These outdoor floors are designed for temporary installations in tents over grass, dirt or gravel for events. Use outdoor floor tiles when fast and easy installation is needed. Just snap the tiles together for a perfect DIY fit. The tiles will to contour to different asphalt, grass or dirt landscapes .
Polypropylene Plastic Outdoor Floor
Polypropylene is a great choice for outdoor floors as the plastic can stand a multitude of weather conditions. This style of outdoor flooring uses small holes in the surface allowing rainwater to drain through to the ground. The holes do not affect the strength or integrity of the flooring.
The portable flooring is slightly raised off the ground due to a raised base. This allows air and water to flow underneath the tiles.
The top surface is anti-slip as well. The surface texture includes grooves that cross the surface of the tile diagonally for extra grip.
These plastic tiles are also tough enough to stand up to many different use cases outdoors including tent flooring. Our 12-by-12-inch outdoor portable flooring has a will hold its shape when placed under extreme weight.
Rather than renting a dance floor for outdoor events, many users have opted for to always have these outdoor floors on hand. This is a perfect product for hotels and other places that host outdoor weddings, anniversary receptions, or weekend dances.
Outdoor Flooring Installation
Each outdoor tile measures 1-by-1-foot and only weighs 0.81 pounds, making it easy for a single person to move into place and install.
The interlocking segments on these 3/4-inch thick outdoor floor tiles pop together with just a little downward pressure from the installer.
Each tile has tabs on two sides and slots on the other two sides. Once the tabs fit over the slots push down on them until they pop into place. The interlocking portion of the tile is not visible, creating a finished look to the surface of the portable flooring. The grooves along the top surface will even line up when the tiles are connected completing the professional look.
Disassembling the tiles is just as easy. Pop the portable floor tiles apart and stack them in storage until they’re needed again.
Leave the tiles connected in 2-by-2-foot or 3-by-3-foot segments for faster installation the next time around, as long as the storage location can accommodate the larger segments.
The tiles can be trimmed or cut to fit using a power saw.