How to install floors and tiles
The floors are very easy to install.
In most cases they don't need to be glued. The weight alone keeps them in check.
This means, that they can be lifted at a later stage and re-sold or used in other places. Importantly, the floor underneath will not be damaged.
For larger areas we recommend, that the mats a stored overnight in the room, they are going to be installed in, to acclimatize.
Playgrounds, patios and stables you need a hard surface like tarmac, concrete or patio stones for the thinner mats. They ideally need to be fixed and sealed with Tec7 and other adhesives.
If laid on muck or sand, we recommend the Interlock Sand mats. They can go on any surface without glue.
Ideally the surface should be stamped and evened out with sand or quarry dust.
All the mats and tiles can be easily trimmed and cut with a Stanley knife or a jigsaw for curved edges.
Do NOT use skill saws, table saws or hand saws! The rubber will burn to the blade.
We will always advise on how best to fit and cut the individual mats and tiles.