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Installing Garage Floor Tiles in an Angled Garage

Angled Garage Floor Installation

When it comes to transforming spaces, few things are as versatile and visually striking as modular flooring systems like GridFlex Pro. These interlocking tiles are not only durable and easy to install, but they also offer a wide range of design possibilities. However, working with GridFlex Pro on an angled floor can present a unique set of challenges. To achieve a flawless result, it’s crucial to follow a few key steps.

Assess the Angle

Before you dive into cutting garage floor tiles, carefully measure and assess the angle of the floor. The angle will determine the complexity of the cuts and how the tiles will align. Use a protractor or angle finder to accurately determine the slope.

Plan Your Layout

Designing a layout that accommodates the angle is paramount. Start by laying out full tiles in a dry run to visualise how they will fit within the space. This step helps you anticipate where partial tiles and cut edges will be necessary.

Gather the Right Tools

Cutting garage floor tiles on an angled floor requires specialised tools to achieve clean and precise cuts. A jigsaw or circular saw with a fine-tooth blade can be used for cutting the tiles but are much harder to get a clean straight cut. All our installers use a specialised tile cutter, but these will set you back thousands. For the one time DIY’er we recommend a circular saw for straight cuts and a jigsaw for more intricate cutting. Additionally, having a straight edge, a marker, and safety equipment like gloves and eye protection is essential.

Measure and Mark

Measure the dimensions of the partial tile needed to fit the angle. Mark the tile’s surface with clear and visible lines indicating where the cut should be made. Double-check your measurements to ensure accuracy.

Cutting Technique

When making cuts on the tiles, remember that you’re working with an interlocking system. To maintain the integrity of the tiles and ensure a snug fit, cut along the ridges on the underside of the tile. This helps maintain the interlocking mechanism intact.

Practice Safety

Safety should always be a top priority. Wear safety goggles, gloves, and a dust mask if needed. Work in a well-ventilated area and avoid rushing through the cutting process to prevent accidents.

Test Fit and Adjust

After cutting a tile, test fit it into the angled space. Check how well it aligns with the neighbouring tiles and the overall design. If adjustments are necessary, trim the edges slightly until you achieve a seamless fit.

Finishing Touches

Once you’re satisfied with the fit of the cut tiles, secure them in place according to the our recommendations. This may involve connecting the tiles using the interlocking mechanism or using adhesive for added stability.

Seek Professional Help

If you’re unsure about your ability to cut GridFlex Pro tiles accurately on an angled floor, don’t hesitate to seek professional help. Our experts have the necessary tools and expertise to handle complex installations and ensure outstanding results. Also don’t forget to check out our installation guide.

In conclusion, cutting garage floor tiles on an angled floor requires careful planning, precise measurements, the right tools, and a steady hand. By following these steps and maintaining a focus on safety, you can transform your angled space into a visually appealing and functional area that showcases the versatility of modular flooring systems.

Should you require installation services, feel free to get in touch.

Try our free design tool to create your dream floor design today.

Quick Notes

This project required accurate measuring and cutting for left angled side of the garage.

Using a jigsaw for more intricate cutting around the corners of the rear cabinets.

Our installers were able to complete this installation in 2-3 hours.


“Flexspec Victoria team did a great job. Connecting with Chris to check sample, order process, Sarah help over email, and then a perfect installation in a tricky garage with an angle wall and around storage units. I like to thank the entire team from start to end.”

– Ash

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4 thoughts on “Installing Garage Floor Tiles in an Angled Garage

    1. Sarah - Flexspec [Customer Support Team] says:


  1. Gary says:

    Do you guys do installation in Melton VIC 3337? we have a warehouse 25x18m would like a quote please

    1. Sarah - Flexspec [Customer Support Team] says:

      Hi Gary,

      Yes we do installation across VIC, SA, NSW, QLD metro and surrounding suburbs. I’ll email you shorty 🙂

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