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How To Install ProCourt Gym Floor Tiles

How To Install ProCourt Gym Floor Tiles23 Feb. 2017
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Greatmats ProCourt Gym Flooring Tiles are excellent for indoor gymnasiums and sports court areas. With a raised base and commercial quality vinyl surface these tiles will hold up well in virtually any indoor heated athletic environment, including damp basements, garages with concrete floors.

Installing these 1x1 foot interlocking court tiles is quick and easy over any hard, flat surface. For floating installations, no tools are necessary. The tiles can also be cut to fit fir custom areas.

To cut down on noise and increase comfort, start with a 3 mm rubber underlayment layer. Your court tile layer should begin by laying down your first tile in a corner of the room with the loops side of the tile facing out. Keeping your new tiles facing the same direction, lay the tabs of the new tile over the loops of the already laid tile and tap the seam with your foot to get the tiles to snap into place. Work out in a triangular fashion until no more full tiles will fit.

Should you need to cut a tile, you’ll want a tape measure, straight edge, pen and power saw. Measure the distance between your already-laid flooring and the remaining wall. Mark that distance with a pen or sharp utility knife on the tile you’d like to cut, keeping the direction of the tile in mind, and follow your cut with a power saw.

Ramped border strips are also available. Once you’ve reached your desired floor size trim off your excess rubber underlayment using a straight edge and sharp utility knife.

ProCourt Gym Flooring Tiles feature a maple woodgrain design.

Enjoy your new ProCourt Gym Floor!

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Vinyl Plank Flooring On Uneven Concrete

Vinyl Plank Flooring On Uneven Concrete5 May. 2020
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A look at installing vinyl

A look at installing vinyl plank flooring when the concrete is uneven. A quick guide on how to use Conrete patch to flatten out high spots and fill in dips.

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IvanRed

Will this technique work for a basement floor that has cracks and is still heaving/settling or am I just better off doing carpet with thick pad?

heidi smith

do you happen to live in south florida? I would hire you

B Adams

Quick question: why didn't you opt for self-leveling compound?

Well Built Home

What are you listening to while you are working?

Danielle Bos

Nice looking floor:)

Brian Richard

What about expansion joints on a basement floor? Do I need to fill? Some of mine are 3/4 inch wide and 1/2 deep.

nigel thompson

Will this work for a whole basement floor ?

KSguitarmusic

I'm seriously thinking about covering my concrete basement floor. A local service works with tile, stone, and does LVP/LVT. My floor is definitely uneven - lots of high / low spots for sure. What about linoleum as another option? The video is great, but, quite honestly, after watching it, I think I'll opt for the beer and let someone else do the work!!

Terebrate

Aw man, don't mix powders inside, that's just wrong. I hope you were wearing a mask.

John Scerbo

Do u need a primer before using the skim coat?

HACEESA

Awesome Thanks
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Simon Blunden

Great video. So it's ok to lay vinyl plank straight on top of concrete floor?

Luba Luba

I have a question I am about to use high end vinyl floor planking on a concrete slab the room is like couple feet below grade. Now existing are 8x8 or 10x10 anyway some are missing what would be best way to even floor.

Robert S

I like that scraper! Does that tool have a name and nice job

Kolby Girard

My parents had a two foot section of laminate ripped up by the shower to check a leak. Can I just level that section out smooth with the laminate before installing new vinyl flooring?

Garth Chorney

You made it look easy. Nice tip, well presented. Hope R. loves the basement Reno. Looks great.

The Funny Carpenter

Extreme durability testing- Vinyl Plank vs Laminate vs Engineered Hardwood -incase you’re curious: https://youtu.be/iBQIxFhhkJs

Michelle Balcarcel

Just what I needed to see

The Funny Carpenter

If you have any questions please feel free to comment, or send an email to [email protected]gmail.com. I'll take some of the interesting questions and put them into a monthly Video called- 2 Beers in the Garage. Happy Trails, and thanks for checking out my videos!

Khenab

We used this to level a bumpy basement slab as an alternative to self leveling compound by grinding highs and patching lows and it worked great, thanks for sharing

Scott Carlson

Can't I just put vinyl flooring on uneven concrete? What is the worst that can happen?

mike berngard

Great video. Would you use this to cover the expansion joint as well?

Terebrate

0:59 get yourself a big sponge, jus' sayin'

Breanna Escobar

Hi, did you remove all the flooring in the room in order to fix the uneven portion of the floor?

Sales CCW

Looking smooooth:)

Jocelyn Stainbrook

Good video, but honestly I didn’t need all those scraping sounds.

Benjamin Perez

Thanks for the video feel better about my project now.

David Willey

How low was the low spot under the straight edge?

Tushar Nayak

Hi! What is the name/brand of the cement mix that you used? Thank you!

lily Stewart

So spicy!

Suzystudio

Hi! I love this color vinyl can you share the brand/color plz?

Matt Vredenburg

Very helpful video. Look forward to watching more of your videos.

Basement Subfloor Tile - Interlocking

Basement Subfloor Tile - Interlocking1 Dec. 2015
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Learn how to install

Learn how to install ModuTile Interlocking SubFloor Tile in this DIY video.

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https://modutile.com/interlocking-basement-floor-tiles/

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https://modutile.com/product/basement-subfloor-interlocking-tiles/

ModuTile is a USA manufacturer of interlocking floor tiles for basement flooring, garage flooring and trade show flooring. Please visit us at www.modutile.com or call us at 1-877-MODUTILE.

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