RaceDeck Tuffshield ®

RaceDeck ® TuffShield tile is the answer for the showpiece garage. If you have a high-end, showcase garage where you display your classic cars, muscle cars or perhaps your favorite speed demons, TuffShield is the only floor with the appearance worthy of your collection. RaceDeck® TuffShield® garage floor tiles provide you the durability of the original RaceDeck diamond with a gloss that is second to none.

Pricing & Options

 

RaceDeck® TuffShield® 12″ × 12″


SKU: SLRDTS
 

Price Each:

$ 4.79
RaceDeck® TuffShield® 12″ × 12″
 
Super tough diamond tread pattern in high gloss

12in x 3In RaceDeck Female Edge for All RD Products


SKU: SLRD-FEdge
 

Price Each:

$ 2.00
12in x 3In RaceDeck Female Edge for All RD Products
 
Edging for tile systems by the foot

12in x 3In RaceDeck Male Edge for All RD Products


SKU: SLRD-MEdge
 

Price Each:

$ 2.00
12in x 3In RaceDeck Male Edge for All RD Products
 
Edging for tile systems by the foot

12″ Female Corner & Edge


SKU: HDFCE
 

Base Price:

$ 2.00
12″ Female Corner & Edge
 

Female edge with an integrated corner. These are rarely if ever used in a wall to wall installation.

 

Corners are used when connecting edging on two sides. An example of this would be if you were making a parking pad instead of going wall to wall or if you did half your garage. Facing the side you are working on, corners always go on the RIGHT.

 

To connect the front edge with the right edge you would use a FEMALE CORNER on the front edge.

To connect the front edge to the left edge you would use a FEMALE corner on the left edge.

To connect the back edge to the right edge a MALE corner would be used on the right edge

To connect the back edge to the left side a MALE corner would be used on the back edge.

 

All sides are based on our installation diagram. Standing outside the garage looking in with the garage door being the front of the garage.

12″ Male Corner & Edge


SKU: HDMCE
 

Base Price:

$ 2.00
 12″ Male Corner & Edge
 

Male edge with integrated corner. These are rarely if ever used in a wall to wall installation.

 

Corners are used when connecting edging on two sides. An example of this would be if you were making a parking pad instead of going wall to wall or if you did half your garage. Facing the side you are working on, corners always go on the RIGHT.

 

To connect the front edge with the right edge you would use a FEMALE CORNER on the front edge.

To connect the front edge to the left edge you would use a FEMALE corner on the left edge.

To connect the back edge to the right edge a MALE corner would be used on the right edge

To connect the back edge to the left side a MALE corner would be used on the back edge.

 

All sides are based on our installation diagram. Standing outside the garage looking in with the garage door being the front of the garage.

Related Products

 

RaceDeck® Free Flow

The most functional garage tile on the market. Stays clean and dry. Use for the entire garage or just where drainage is required.

RaceDeck® Tuff Shield

A high-gloss version of RaceDeck’s most popular garage floor tile. Tuffshield looks like Diamond and shines like one.

RaceDeck® Circle Top

Traditional coin pattern garage floor tile with the engineering only RaceDeck offers. Great for working garages and man caves.

TrueLock B4

Protect your unsealed concrete with TrueLock B4. Densifier and water-repellant protects cement below. Highly recommended!

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The Look

Despite the patented PowerLock technology, years of engineering, and creative manufacturing that allows for an easy-to-clean diamond tile that creepers can roll on, many people buy TuffShield because of the incredible, high gloss, better-than-a-showroom look. Still, its nice to know the beauty is more than skin deep!

Design & Create

TuffShield tiles come in 12 colors. Each tile is 12″ square and can easily lock into other colors and even other patterns. Tiles simply snap together. Once you have the vision of what your floor should look like, you can create the vision on our floor designer and then implement it in your garage!

Your on a Roll

RaceDeck ® knows what others seem to forget. Pay close attention because apparently this is a huge industry secret… People roll stuff around in the garage! Yes, we know that is a shocking revelation. It is a key difference between RaceDeck Diamond /TuffShield and competitors products. The RaceDeck TuffShield product has been designed to allow you to keep rolling.

Clean

What could be worse than spending several hundred or even thousands of dollars on a garage floor that is impossible to keep clean? The diamond pattern incorporated into the TuffShield garage tile has a unique ‘eased’ design that allows for easy sweeping and cleaning. While other product trap dirt and debris, TuffShield is as easy to clean as it is beautiful.

When it Rains It Pours

TuffShield is designed to be rained on. Most of the water sits on top where you can broom or squeegee it out. The water that does get through will wick out of the system or evaporate, just like it would if the tile was not there. We do highly suggest TrueLock B4 for any untreated concrete garage floor before adding a covering.

Locked In

RaceDeck ® locks are tied into the underside of the tile and protected by US Patent(s). After installing TuffShield you can rest assured knowing your tiles will not separate under normal use. People turn tires, that’s a fact of life. You need a tile that will put up with it. Many won’t. RaceDeck ® will.

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