Frequently Asked Questions

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About The Product
Is Versodeck resistant to moisture and water damage?
All parts of the Versodeck system are waterproof and our Upflor flooring system allows water to drain off through the mosaic holes in the tile.
How can I clean it?
You can clean Versodeck with a brush and water, a hose pipe or jetwash. You can also vacuum clean the tiles.
Why are there gaps in between the tiles?
The gaps between the tiles are intentional. They are to allow for the expansion and contraction of the tiles in hot and cold conditions. This is to prevent your floor surface becoming uneven. 
How durable is Versodeck?
The Versodeck system have been designed with durability in mind. We offer a 3 year warranty on all parts, so you can rest assured that your new floor surface is built to last.
Does it provide an anti-slip surface?
Safety is a core factor of our tiles and mosaics, they are the safest on the market.

Our tiles and mosaics have been tested to BS 7976 (The British Standard specification that provides guidelines for the assessment of slip resistance of flooring surfaces). With an average in dry conditions of 108 PVT, and even in wet conditions an average of 60 PVT, giving a Slip Risk Classification of Low.
Is Versodeck Modular flooring recyclable?
Versodeck flooring is completely recyclable. In order for a product to actually be recycled there needs to be a second use for that material and
a demand. The polymers we manufacture Versodeck from are in high demand. It can be made into new products easily and then those products can be recycled again and again.
Is the material that Versodeck is made from chemically resistant?
Yes, Versodeck is made from a specially developed polyolefin. It is chemically resistant to most substances. Let us know if you have
any specific needs or concerns.
What weight can Versodeck withstand?
Versodeck can support a load 12,000kgs evenly distributed over the surface area of one tile.

The development team here at Versodeck have more technology than NASA at their fingertips to help develop innovative world beating products. During the design and development stage of the system we used the latest technology and software to help us develop Versodeck to surpass all existing products in every category. Strength and durability was a key part of that process.

We used FEA (Finite Element Analysis) to develop the support structure on the underside of the tile. The results show a very even support structure, the geometry of each support leg spreads the load over the largest surface area dispersing the load evenly over the largest possible surface.

The pattern and design of the support structures mean that each tile is able to support the same “point load” no matter where this is applied over the area of the tile. Competing products have uneven support structures which mean they have uneven load carrying characteristics which can fail at specific positions.

The strength characteristics and supported weight of Versodeck were a key part of the development of our world beating product. We put maximum effort into producing the best possible product for our customers.
Is Versodeck easy to install?
Versodeck is very simple to assemble, simply align one tile over the connectors and another tile. Push down to snap securely together.

See our assembly page for more details: Click here
Where can I use Versodeck?

Versodeck can be used both indoors and outdoors. Examples of indoor spaces include garages, utility rooms, games rooms, sheds or summer houses. Outdoor spaces include patios, decked areas or any floor area with a solid, level surface beneath.

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