A cold, grey, dusty concrete floor can be a pretty unwelcome sight - even if you've got a classic supercar parked on it. Which is why we've developed Mototile - the ultimate range of interlocking tiles for garage, showroom, retail and warehouse floors.
The tiles can be laid quickly and easily on any reasonably smooth and level concrete base creating ready-for-use, dust-free, anti-skid surfaces.
Create floors that are resistant to abrasion, impact and the penetration of liquids including oils, solvents, etc. and that withstand heavy traffic. The Tiles will take the high compression loads found in workshops, warehouses, working garages, stores and distribution centres.
The tiles simply snap together. No nails or glue are required, which means your floor can be easily transferred if you move home. Give your flooring a fresh and modern feel.
MotoLock is our versatile heavy duty interlocking floor tile.
In stock Recycled PVC Tiles, New PVC Black, Light Grey, Dark Grey and Sport Colour Tiles.
Price starting from £4.45 (excluding VAT)
Designed to a heavy duty industrial flooring specification but, due to the neat precision interlock it's also ideal for retail, commercial, gym, office and even domestic floor applications. More information...
MotoMat is a thick (12mm) interlocking tile manufactured in the UK from recycled PVC materials.
Designed as a budget priced, anti-fatigue, anti-vibration, insulating tile it can be used in standing water (including outdoors).
In Cointop or Diamondplate faces MotoMat costs just £15 sq m ex vat. Available with Black or Yellow edge ramps.
Don't forget to buy matching or contrasting coloured ramps for the floor side facing the garage door, they protect the tile edge as well as creating a perfect finish.
To make a perfect job as neat as possible we can also supply Tile Skirts that sit above the cut edge and are fastened via screws or nails to the garage wall.
A handy insert strip which is colour matched or contrasted to your chosen tile then hides the screw heads. Suitable for use with Motolock and Motomat ranges. More information...
Tiles can be cut or shaped using basic DIY skills and standard hand tools. Once fitted they are easy to clean & maintain. Read more about installing the following Mototile Floor Tiles:
Garage tiles, skirting and ramps colours can be mixed and matched to make up your own. Mix and match tiles to create your own layout design - plan your design and quantities using our tools:
Ordered on Sunday evening online. Phoned on the Monday to advise delivery on Wednesday - arrived on time well packaged... click here to read more
Absolutely no problems with the service I received, they were very knowledgeable and helpful when choosing the correct flooring for my project... click here to read more
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Mototile was recommended to me by a colleague. I went on their website which was easy to use and understand. I chose the tiles I wanted and used their planner to estimate how many I would require... click here to read more
Simple to install only took a few hours to lay really like the look of the tiles and happy with the product... click here to read more
One of the best things I have done to my workshop/garage. Makes working out there so much cleaner and when you drop small items you can find them! Looks good too... click here to read more
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