Advice: Shooting Tiles

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  1. ConnorMcMullet

    ConnorMcMullet Something in the Water

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    I am thinking of transforming my basement into a place to play hockey, and am looking into flooring tiles. Would like to pay under $800 (Canadian), and want 150+ square feet. This seems like the best option so far:

    Hockey Flooring Tiles | 40pk | 90 sq. ft. | Free Shipping
    I would get two of these.

    Any advice on this product, of suggestions for any others?
     
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    ConnorMcMullet Something in the Water

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    I say go for it.
     
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    Try shopping around first. I bought synthetic ice back in March for my daughter and found that Hockeyshot.com had the best reviews for their synthetic ice and flooring tiles as well.

    They are always running specials so you can get a good deal if you are patient. They also have a bonus bucks program which I used to basically extend my rink another 20 square feet for free.
     
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