The panels have two sides with female loops, and two sides with male pegs. Begin laying your flooring panels starting at the garage door opening. Remember to leave enough room for your edges (female edges recommended).
Work your way across the front of your garage and back against one wall (peg side of the tile will be against the wall) working in an L shape. Remember to leave the recommended expansion space of 1/2″ between your floor and any walls, poles, etc. The loops should be pointed in the direction you want to add panels.
Place the next panel so that the pegs line up over the loops.
Gently step on each panel. You will hear and feel it snap into place. Repeat these steps until your flooring is complete. That’s all there is to it!
All tiles on any given installation should always have the female loops going in the same direction. If you inadvertently rotate a tile 90 degrees, it will snap into place but you will not be able to complete the installation properly.
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