Peel-and-Stick: 100% Life Floor, 100% DIY Friendly

If you have an indoor area with under 250,000 guests annually, and are looking for an innovative way to improve your facility's comfort and safety, Life Floor's adhesive-backed, peel-and-stick tiles are a great option. 

Versatile design, made even easier. 

These tiles are available in the same colors and textures as traditional Life Floor tiles and in either the 3/8" or 3/16" thickness, offering world-class slip-resistance and up to a 1 ft. critical fall height for superior impact-absorption. They are ideal for rectangular indoor areas in either residential or commercial environments, and can even accommodate mild slopes.

Life Floor Peel and Stick tiles are perfect for all indoor applications, with a few notable exceptions. We do not recommend using peel-and-stick on steep slopes or to wrap Life Floor around vertical edges or for coping. While the tiles are waterproof thanks to their built-in RepelCell® technology, we do not recommend Peel-and-Stick tiles for underwater applications.

 

How are Life Floor Peel-and-Stick tiles installed? 

As with all Life Floor installations, the substrate must be clean, dry, smooth, and in good condition prior to install for the adhesive to stick properly. We recommend installing over concrete where possible, but if there's another substrate already down, call us at 612-567-2813 to discuss whether peel-and-stick is your best option or if contact cement is going to produce a better result. 

While peel-and-stick tiles can be installed by hand, a pressure roller like this may be useful to ensure the best possible adherence. For more information on how to best to install adhesive-backed Life Floor, check out our DIY page and how-to video.

 

Where can I use Peel-and-Stick tiles? 

Life Floor Peel and Stick tiles are perfect for all indoor applications, with a few notable exceptions. We do not recommend using peel-and-stick on steep slopes or to wrap Life Floor around vertical edges or for coping. While the tiles are waterproof thanks to their built-in RepelCell® technology, we do not recommend Peel-and-Stick tiles for underwater applications.