FAQs

Installation Advice

How can I cut Dynotiles - my garage isn't square?

Usually all enclosed floors require the last row or column of Dynotiles being laid to be cut in to the walls. Dynotiles can be easily cut with hand or power saws. Using a fine tooth blade suitable for cutting metal will give the best results.

How level does the floor need to be?

The flatter the floor the better the finished result. Dynotiles are meant to be installed on clean, flat and solid surfaces. Cracks, peeling paint and small imperfections do not usually matter. Make certain to patch or fill larger dips, ridges and holes in the substrate and grind down any significant protrusions that may also interfere with the installation. Rough screeded concrete floors generally benefit from a simple treatment before fitting any floor tile and products such as self-levelling compounds are a popular solution.