In the world we live in, being green is more than a trend. It’s a necessary mindset dire to the survival of future generations, wildlife, and earth itself. Many cities in the United States now offer free curbside recycling in most residential areas. Businesses often feature recycling programs at minimum and extend their green efforts to the daily office routine with energy and material efficient practices such as paperless filing, recycle bins and dumpsters, energy efficient electronic solutions, and eco-friendly or sustainable office supplies.
How does that extend to the trade show industry?
Many of Camelback’s trade show displays are inherently “green” in different ways from the inks we print with to the products being manufactured using post consumer recycled plastics and recycled aluminum.
Our Magnetix Pop-up Display line for example, features velcro receptive fabric display panels made of recycled plastic milk bottles. This post consumer waste is melted down and reconstructed in a polymer mixture to create SO MANY types of products and materials from the panels listed above to durable lumber for outdoor furnishings such as adirondack chairs. It is the now/next super material that is effective, durable, and brilliant because it comes from our very own recycle bin to the factory and back to us in a new form.
Camelback’s Budget Fabric Pop Up Displays have an Eco-Fi velcro receptive fabric option which is also made of 100% recycled plastic bottles and the frames utilize recycled aluminum. We also print with Eco-solvent inks!
The Magnetix pop-up system also features 70% recycled aluminum for framing and LED lighting for low energy consumption with optimal lighting performance. Printed panels are made of eco-friendly Bio-Flex and the rotomolded shipping case is also made of recycled resin. The Magnetix is also manufactured in the United States as are many of our products thus reducing the cost of fuel.
On many of our displays and banners not only do we strive for greener products, but we also strive for lightweight yet sturdy products that will help in decreasing fuel costs in transit.
Camelback Displays also features trade show products that incorporate bamboo. Bamboo is a sustainably grown wood and renewable resource (See What is Bamboo?) that is used in thousands of ways, replacing other woods that have depleted the forests of the world. Our bamboo banner stands feature over 70% bamboo hardware construction with full color graphics digitally printed on 7 mil. Recyclable vinyl and features fade resistant recyclable UV inks. Our bamboo line also features flooring and directors chairs!
What else does Camelback offer that is green?
The products listed above are just the highlights. We have green products in just about every category.
- Our Soft Floors, Soft Carpets and Soft Wood Floors utilize 20% recycled material and are 100% recyclable!
- We offer a large selection of LED lighting, which is inherently green with low energy requirements and optimal performance. See our LED green lighting solutions
- Camelback’s Eco Poly Poplin throw covers available printed and unprinted in a spectrum of colors and sizes is made of 100% recycled fiber and plastics.
To learn more about our vast array of exclusive green products please explore our Green Products section! Become a “green” exhibitor and help preserve our planet.
Raster refers to any piece of art made from individual pixels. While raster art looks good at the size it was made at if you zoom in you can begin to see the individual pixels.
This is what is referred to as “pixelation”. Pixelation is when you can begin to see the individual pixels in an image.
When the art is at the size it was created at our eyes cannot see the divisions between the pixels. When you enlarge the art, however, the program attempts to stretch a finite amount of color across a larger area.
This is why raster art cannot be easily enlarged. The number of pixels in the image is set in stone when it was created. Enlarge it and you lose quality.
File types that are guaranteed to be raster
.jpg .gif .psd .psb .tif
Unlike raster artwork, vector artwork is not made of pixels. Instead, vector art is made of points on a grid. These points (seen in red below) are what the program keeps track of and uses to draw the artwork in real time.
Vector art is essentially a complex game of connect the dots.
When you enlarge vector art the program merely moves where the points are located then redraws the lines connecting them. This is why there is no quality loss when enlarging vector art; because nothing is set in stone.
File types that can be vector
.pdf .ai .eps .svg
Please Note: These file types merely CAN be vector. It’s very possible to paste an image into these files.
Can you match an RGB Color with CMYK?
Short answer: you can’t.
Technical answer: (below)
RGB is additive. The more color (made of light) you add, the closer you get to white. This is why RGB is capable of neon colors; the more color you add, the brighter the color becomes.
CMYK is subtractive. The more color (made of ink, which is reflective, which subtracts light) you add, the closer you get to black.
CMYK has a smaller range, or gamut, of colors it can reproduce than RGB does.
Image PPI (Pixels Per Inch)
PPI is simply as it states: the number of pixels in a 1” x 1” section of the image.
In this example you can see that we have a 4” by 4” image @ 150ppi.
When an image is 150ppi our eyes cannot see the individual pixels at print size.
Light or lack of lighting can really affect the mood and impact of a space in a multitude of ways so much so that light design is big business and the psychological and sociological effects of light are the subjects of many essays and books. It is a crucial design element; at the very core of design itself.
It is important to have your basic trade show exhibit lighting down. No matter how aesthetically pleasing your booth is, people are going to walk right by it if it is not lit well. Properly placed accent lighting (stem lighting is most commonly used) will add, dimension, and drama to your space and draw attention to the key features of your booth area.
How else can you utilize light to create impact and produce that WOW factor that your neighboring exhibit booth or competitor might not have? Here are ten avenues of trade show display light exploration that will create a memorable booth experience. Some ideas minor, some spectacular.
Dramatic Lighting and LED Effects
Back in the day lighting options were limited. If you wanted to do something wild your selection was limited to traditional par can lights and color gels, strobes, and black lights. The stage lighting industry has broadened and advanced the scope and quality of lighting to new levels. With Intelligent lighting (definition here) and LEDs you have so many options in dramatic lighting with various dramatic effects. You can use lighting to create fields of spots or fields of concentrated color(s) or just brightened spots. Add customized colors and projection images with intelligent spots that will turn your drab trade show floor into an ornate light design. LED wall wash lights that operate on timers for ease of use are a great addition.
Because these types of lighting are intended for stage and nightlife there can be such a thing as overboard and this might not be the right fit. With that being said, there are so many lighting options that can be subtle and powerful. When planning your next trade show do not be detoured by “stage lighting” or “club lighting”.
Add Truss Covers and Lighting to Your Truss Displays
If you have a truss system already or are planning to have one this is a dynamic yet affordable solution! Truss socks or sleeves slide easily over any straight section of truss and come in a range of colors. White is the most effective for playing with light. Simply cover your truss and install a par LED at the base directed upward. The light will bounce off of the sleeve and truss hardware internally and create a beautiful glowing effect. For more drama use a light that offers color transition.
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Try a Backlit Pop Up Display
Pop ups are the most popular solution for trade show displays because they are easy to use, affordable and offer a lot of visual impact. Consider stepping it up a notch and illuminate with backlit pop-up systems. They are as easy as standard, the only difference being semi-transparent panels vs. opaque, and a backlighting system vs. front stem lights.
Available in a range of sizes and styles, you can back light one panel or the entire system, giving your booth area a nice glow and adding dimension to your exhibit area.
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Try a 3-D Display with LED features
There are many awesome 3-D displays on the market these days that utilize lighting simply and dynamically. Our Xpressions®CONNEX™ is a 3-D modular display system perfect for trade shows and exhibits featuring a flexible frame that can connect at angles or straight lines and various “skins” or fabrics ranging from opaque to semi-opaque. These skins can be printed with photo realistic full color graphics and connected at different points along the display in layers or singularly to create a 3-D effect. LED lightbox panels can be added in various locations along the display to create more dimension and drama!
Lightboxes are a great idea in general! Camelback Displays has a wide selection of light boxes including traditional wall mounted and freestanding units in different sizes. Many of our freestanding light boxes such as the AURA lightbox have high quality fabric back-lit graphics using vibrant dye-sublimation printing technology and easy to use, lightweight yet sturdy frame hardware. The AURA graphics are finished with silicon edging allowing them to be easily installed and de-installed.
Much like the AURA, our Slim Backlit Lightboxes offer high quality backlit fabric graphics that can be swapped out easily. The Slim Backlit units can be mounted to the wall, roof, or stand freely on the floor.
Towers are a bit like freestanding light boxes but with more dimensionality! Instead of a flat unit you can use a circular, elliptical, or cube shape column of illuminated information of imagery! A tower display is a great solution because people can easily walk around it and view it from all sides and they are easy to set up and tear down. Add one to the center of your booth or two towers at each corner, offering your exhibit space a tasteful glow and invite attendees. See our pop-up towers and backlit towers!
Lit 3-D Hanging Signs
Not all trade shows allow hanging signs but if they do you should definitely consider investing in one! With or without lighting, 3-D hanging signsgive a lot of visual impact because they are easy to spot far away and look very impressive. They are also a convenient branding opportunity that will not actually take up your booth footprint. Quite simple in construction, 3-D hanging signs are made of extrusions poles that connect together to make various shapes. Full color dye sublimated graphics stretch easily over the 3-D frame or skeleton and is typically hung from a single point at the center of the shape.
Many of our 3-D signs are available with or without an opaque liner. Without an opaque liner, the 3-D shape becomes an opportunity to be internally lit or backlit. With the opaque liner each side of the sign becomes an individual branding opportunity! If you cannot internally light the hanging display, point dramatic lighting AT the display. The light will bounce off of the display and create a standout visual effect.
Add Media and Light Elements to Your Truss or Display
Adding LEDs, LCDs, iPads, or Plasmas is a great way to stimulate your audience with a dynamic presentation. Monitors can be easily mounted to various truss types horizontally or vertically along the spans of your truss display. Many other types of displays also offer mounts to receive monitors and tablets.
We mentioned truss socks above, but we feel that the power of truss lighting deserves a second mention because it can be used in so many different ways! Light bounces beautifully off of shiny truss creating unique shadows and patterns. Place a light internally at the bottom of each truss leg and shine directly upward. The truss will glow with light!
Add Light Under Your Feet!
Camelback Displays offers BruLite flooring, a series of modular light box floors made of translucent light acrylic composite panels and lightweight waterproof aluminum framing. Each module or box-like unit can support up to 800 lbs. making any size floor a sturdy platform for a dynamic exhibition or show. Stick with basic lighting or enhance the design aesthetic further with wireless LED lighting and/or graphics.
Bubble Panels and Backlit Headers for Pop-up Displays
On a budget and want to add some flare to your existing pop-up display? Add a bubble panel! A bubble panel is a semi-transparent graphic panel that is backlit. Your pop up can easily be converted into a bubble panel package and just as be easily converted back to a standard unit with a little extra hardware, lighting, and panel. Take it a step further with a backlit header. The backlit header is a great add on to any pop-up with hardware and rollable full color graphic that easily breaks down into the display case. The header hardware is positioned so that it extends out from a pop-up curve display adding depth, dimension, and illumination to your booth.
Trade show display booths range drastically in size from a tabletop area to the size of a city block depending on the location, venue, and show. Here is a breakdown of booth sizes and styles to help you make your decision on what style of booth to get at your next trade show exhibit.
The typical booth size in the US is 10 ft x 10 ft. and these booth areas will fill the aisles of trade show exhibits. If an exhibitor wants a larger space they can typically rent in multiples of the standard 10 x 10 to create a 10 ft x 20 ft space, 20 ft x 20 ft space, and so on.
In Europe, and Asia, exhibit spaces are typically done in 1m increments, with the smallest typically being 3m x 3m. (See Wikipedia)
Once you have determined the size want you can request what type of configuration you want spatially. Sometimes the type of configuration is dictated by the size of your booth and you do not have a choice however, OR the booth layout is a first come first serve basis.
Here are the types of booth layouts:
A Linear Booth (aka In-line Booth) is surrounded by exhibit booths on both sides and or back. Most 10 x 10 booths are linear. The Linear Booth has the most restrictions due to limited space and popularity of 10 x 10 booth size. Typically any displays cannot exceed an 8 ft height on the back 4 ft of the booth and no hanging signs are allowed. The front end of the booth (or front 6 ft) is restricted to a 4 ft height. This is so that neighboring exhibitors are not obstructed on either side. If you are a first time exhibitor a linear 10 x 10 is a good option to start with.
A Corner Booth is a linear booth that is exposed to the aisle on two sides. Typically the same guidelines apply.
A Peninsula Exhibit Booth is an exhibit area that is at least 20’ x 20’ or larger, and is open to aisles on three sides. Restrictions vary with peninsula booths depending on its neighbors. For example, if a peninsula is behind two linear booths the back wall might be restricted to 4 ft high within 5 ft of each aisle. Most of the time however, there are few back wall restrictions. The peninsula exhibit booth is probably the second most popular booth next to the island.
A Split-Island Exhibit Booth is a peninsula that shares a back wall with another peninsula.
An Island Booth Exhibit is exposed to an aisle on all four sides and is almost always 20 ft x 20 ft or larger. The island booths typically get the least amount of restrictions. Typical island height maximum is 16 ft and often times hanging displays are also allowed within these areas. This is the most popular booth for obvious reasons but can be the most costly!
End Cap Exhibit Booths are typically comprised of two booths and face aisles on three sides. End cap booths have the same restrictions as in-line or linear booths.
Pop Up Displays are one of the most popular and long standing types of trade show displays for many reasons. They are affordable, easy to use, easy to ship, easy to set up and tear down, lightweight, and offer a lot of surface area in your trade show booth at very little cost. The typical popup display is around 8’-10’ wide and 8’ high, creating a nice back wall for your exhibit area.
Pop ups are available as straight units, curves, gullwings, and even island style for the trade show floor. Table top pop ups but straight and curved are also available for 4’, 6’, and 8’ tables. The most traditional pop-up is the 10’ curved pop-up. This design has been around the longest.
The traditional pop up system consists of an accordion-like frame that when removed from its UPS or FedEx shippable case expands and locks into a sturdy position. Most often channel bars with magnetic strips are attached to the frame to receive flexible full color graphic or velcro receptive fabric panels that also carry magnetic stripping along the edges. Typically, the graphic panels are made of a sturdy inkjet laminate or Duraprint material and printed in full color. The printed material is sturdier than vinyl and less likely to crease with repeat use, holding its form to create a solid graphic wall. Once the panels are lined up and attached to the frame, the finished product is a large unified graphic image with your branding and/or company/product information. These panels roll up easily and also fit within the same case that houses the frame for protection and ease of transport.
Velcro fabric pop up panels attach to the pop up frame to create an almost seamless wall. With velcro receptive fabric you can interchange or move countless graphics or photos with velcro backing instead of committing to one particular design.
People that go to a range of trade show exhibits utilize the fabric pop up for this reason. You can easily use a printed graphic header, for example, made of the same inkjet laminate or Duraprint with velcro backing. It smoothly wraps along the top of your pop up with little fuss and can easily be swapped out for different purposes.
To amp up your fabric or graphic pop up booth there is an array of accessories to choose from. Halogen or LED stem lights easily clamp onto the frame and light up your display. If you are looking for a little more drama, add a backlit header with hardware to add some dimension and light to your display. Standard opaque panels can be replaced with bubble graphic panels that can be backlit. Small monitors or Ipads can also be mounted between the panels of the pop-up as well as various types of shelving for lightweight applications.
Over the past 20 years popup displays have stretched beyond the features characteristic of a traditional pop-up and moved into new styles and materials. The traditional pop-up still reigns supreme but there are now some new designs that fall under the pop-up umbrella.
Some pop-up designs have moved beyond the flexible, rollable graphics into full color fabric panels. This innovation is simple, but effective. By using 1 large full color piece of fabric, you eliminate the worry of having to line up more than one graphic panel. There are no cuts along the print so a graphic designer would not have to worry about a word or letter falling on a seam. Instead of magnetic backing, the large fabric panel has velcro backing as do the hubs or channel bars. You simply wrap the large graphic from one side to the other. The graphic fabric panel also folds up nicely and fits into the shipping case.
For even less fuss, some pop-up systems will full color fabric panels actually have a zipper sewn in. The fabric is constructed like a large, stretchy pillow and once the frame is assembled it is simply inserted into the fabric pillow. The fabric is stretched over the frame and zipped up to create a taut, seamless presentation.
In some pop-up applications, the traditional accordion style frame has been replaced with a contoured aluminum hollow tubing. The tubes have male/female connections that easily pop into place to create a large straight or curved wall to receive the graphic. Because of the simplicity of this frame design there are less parts to keep up with (such as channel bars) and less parts to replace over the years!
Last but not least, 3-D Pop-ups offers a more three dimensional slant on both the traditional pop-up and full color fabric pop-up. Like the traditional pop-up, the 3-D Pop-up has an accordion like frame but within that frame there are boxed sections. Within each section is an opportunity for a graphic or layers of graphics that clip to each side of section. The fabric graphic panels can be semi transparent or opaque, creating a three dimensional visual effect in each section.
The shapes of these type of pop-ups are limitless. You can have a pyramid style frame, column, rectangle, curved corner, a single cube and so on. Each section of the display can be used for graphics or simply lighting effects. You can even make a section a projector screen, framed by graphic panels on all sides.
Pop up display booths are timeless, effective marketing tools for a reason. There are cost effective, versatile, and easy to use at any show or presentation and can easily wow your audience. They can easily transform a space and bring the focus to your brand and message.
A gang box is a term used in the trade show industry in reference to a tool box or emergency kit that can be accessed communally by people within your work or trade group. The term gang can reference a group of tools used for a project. (See Wikipedia) We like the term because it sounds tough and united, putting emphasis on its significance when packing up for your trade show.
So what should you pack in your gang box? Here’s a list:
Gang Box 101 List:
- Extra business cards
- A variety of writing utensils including standard pens, black markers, and highlighters
- Duct tape and Single and Double Sided Tape
- Calculators (for crunching those important number$)
- Notepads and Sticky Notes
- Glue Stick and Super Glue (because accidents happen)
- White out dispenser (because accidents happen)
- Breath mints (Stinky breath can be a deal breaker!)
- Hand sanitizer
- Kleenex Tissues
- A small Swiffer duster (in case there is any dust or debris on your display)
- Windex wipes (a genius invention for a quick smudge buster clean-up)
- Tweezers (for crate splinters)
- Small first aid kit (Advil/Tylenol is a must!)
- Mini Sewing Kit
- Small container of office supplies that include paper and binder clips, rubber bands, etc.
- Small Hammer and Screwdrivers or Multi-purpose tool that includes the basics
- Stain remover pen
- Shoe insoles (because your feet WILL get sore)
- Cell phone chargers
For the Epic Gang Box or Boxes add:
- Extra Connectors and Hardware for your Displays
- Packing Tape
- Ziploc Bags in various shapes and sizes
- Exacto Knife and Blades
- Plastic sheeting for set-up
- A level
- Extra Screws, Bolts, and Wingnuts
- Spot Carpet Cleaner
- Cleaning Roller and Refill
- Double Sided Carpet Tape
- Electrical Tape
- Strapping Kit
- Paper Towels
- All purpose cleaner
- Wrinkle spray
- Hook and Loop Fasteners
- Extra light bulbs
- Staple Gun
- Flat shoes for those high heel wearers
The bottom line is, like any planned event something will go wrong. It is important to take any preventative measures to insure that the excitement surrounding your trade show exhibit is directed at your awesome booth, company, or product and not any malfunctions with your booth.
Running out of trade show booth space on the ground? Go up! There are height restrictions on certain exhibit booths such as 10×10 aisles, but if you are able to go up you should definitely do it. Booths with verticality win for a few reasons.
- Simply put, they just wow. 10×10 booth areas typically have an 8 to 10 foot max height allowance. Because of this, most exhibitors play it safe and stick with something they can use for shows with this height restriction. The most memorable exhibits are typically taller. They either have a display system that reaches 2-3 levels up or a hanging display with some dimensionality suspended above their booth. This display power looks impressive to viewers and will distinguish you from the others.
- If you have a multilevel booth or hanging displays, trade show traffic will be able to spot your booth from far away. Because your booth will stick out in the crowd, as people navigate throughout the show they will always see it and therefore remember it. Your booth will also serve as a visual marker for people as they move about the show. Imagine this scenario: Two people at a trade show trying to meet up. Person A is texting Person B, “Hey, where are you? I can’t find you!” Person B texts back, “See that large triangular hanging sign from the ceiling that says ‘We Are the Most Awesome Company in the Universe’? I’m near that.”
- They will notice and remember you, and if they don’t the photo will remind them. Have you ever seen those pre and post expo press photos of the trade show or exhibit floor? Guess who shines like a beacon? The heights friendly display systems, and hanging displays.
A Few Ideas on How to Go Vertical:
- Let’s say for example, that you do mostly 10’ booths with that pesky height restriction but will occasionally show where you have more wiggle room or you already have your booth and don’t want to spend a lot more. An inexpensive, popular, and aesthetically pleasing solution is a 3-D hanging banner display. These display signs are easy to use and come in a range of sizes from small to massive and simple to complex shapes. You can print full color photographic quality imagery or keep it simple with a six foot logo that is impossible to miss! These three dimensional hanging signs are typically dye sub printed on a stretchy fabric that is stretched over a lightweight frame. You can even add a motor! Typically shows will have a hanging crew that will install it prior to booth set-up. Always check your exhibitors handbook for hanging display protocol as each show is different. The hanging display sign is something that you can pull out and use when needed, and stow away when you are restricted by height.
- If you are in the display design process and are wanting something completely new consider modular truss for your next exhibit. The benefit of modular truss vs. traditional truss is you are not committed to any one design. The truss pieces can be moved around horizontally OR vertically to create different designs, enabling different widths and heights for different shows. As your business grows and your booth grows, you can also add onto your booth. many of our customers have done this for years. Truss not only looks impressive with its architectural aesthetic and heavy duty look, but it is versatile and easily reformatted for different needs.
- As an extension of truss, consider adding media! Suspend a truss ring with flashy lighting (if allowed) and monitors with flashy adverts and info about your company.
- Have some fun with inflatables! Advertise at a higher level and have some FUN with it. Kids OR the inner kid will recognize and remember something epic and quirky.
At Camelback we offer a lot of portable solutions because the nature of the trade show business is, well, portable. “Must travel easily” is a prerequisite assigned by our customers and understandably so. Our customers go from show to show sometimes with a limited amount of time to set-up and tear down. Not only that, everything needs to ship easily and cost effectively OR fit in the back of a van, truck, or even compact car with little fuss.
One important yet sometimes overlooked element of the planning of your booth is flooring. Most exhibition areas are carpet already, so you might not consider adding your own floor. Plus, how much of a pain would bringing in a huge roll of carpet? What’s the point? We arrive at that prerequisite of “must travel easily” again.
We have the solution: Interlocking Floor Tiles
How they work: Puzzle like square or rectangular tiles of flooring in a range of sizes (1’ x 1’, 2’ x 2’, and 2’ x 4’) interlock together to create any size floor within a whole number square footage. Edges are finished and often beveled to create a smooth transition between the floor underneath and the portable floor. Although lightweight, our anti-fatigue tile varieties are strong, durable and high performance. Sets up in minutes! They easily pack up stacked into UPS/Fedex shippable cases.
Interlocking tiles are to me, the coolest invention for portable flooring out there and you can use them ANYWHERE. This isn’t just about trade shows, people. You can get tiles in any material and use them in ANY space. Our Soft Foam Floor tiles can and have been used in play and nursery areas for children because they come in bright colors, are easy to clean, and feel comfortable beneath your feet or bodies. In the realm of kids they not only look fun but soften the fall and are also slip resistant. Protect the little ones and protect your floors while you are at it. We have even seen them used at doggy day cares in indoor play areas. Little accident on the tile? Hose it off! These tiles are also popular in gyms and work great for areas in need of soft padding for the joints.
Why add foam tiles to a trade show booth? Well, they add visual punch. For one, they come in a spectrum of colors so you can match with the rest of your branded items. Is your logo red? Add red interlocking soft tiles! Better yet, add an inlaid logo to one, two, or three of your tiles throughout your booth area. I promise you, it looks awesome. We are talking about a fluid presentation from floor to ceiling in your exhibit booth.
If the foam look isn’t aesthetically pleasing to you we also carry interlocking carpet tiles and soft wood tiles. Our most popular carpet tiles, Comfort Carpet and Comfort Carpet Plus function the same as foam tiles but offer a layer of carpet on top with the Comfort Carpet Plus being more plush. Both styles are available in a range of colors and can also have logo inlays as well.
The Wood Grain interlocking tiles available in our Comfort Tile Designer and Softwood series offer the same anti-fatigue, high density foam tile with a wood grain surface. Installed, your booth will have the look of a beautiful wood floor without the high cost and tricky installation.
If you are looking for something more industrious we have specialty flooring tiles that fall into the garage flooring and showroom category but can certainly carry over into other flooring realms. Our Race deck lines of interlocking floor tiles are built to withstand the weight and traffic of cars, heavy shop tools, and just really heavy stuff but are sleek, designerly and just as simple to use as foam tiles.
You can use these high-tech, slip resistant modular tiles for any space including basements, garages, trade show booths, kitchen areas, temporary outdoor installs, showrooms, and so on. They are available in a range of brilliant colors and textures like Circle Trac, Diamond, Free Flow, Rubber, and even Snap Carpet.
You can also interchange any of the RaceDeck flooring tiles with each other thanks to the easy Step N Snap design and 16 Patented Powerlocks to keep it as one complete modular floor once engaged! Garage tile styles like Free Flow are great for increasing safety in wet conditions, serving as drainage of liquids and debris. All of our garage flooring section of tiles are resistant to petroleum products and most chemicals too! Safety and style reign here.