Rubber Flooring Rolls All Sizes and Colors
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Top Features for Rubber Flooring Rolls All Sizes and Colors
- Many in stock rolls for quick shipment
- Durable rubber flooring option
- Shipping points nationwide
- Custom cut lengths, 15 feet per roll or longer
- Recycled rubber content makes for a green product
- Made in the USA
- Many color options available
- Custom colors available
Rubber Flooring Rolls for Gyms, Weight Room Rubber Rolls, Industrial Rolled Rubber, Rooftop Rubber Mat Rolls, Weight Rooms, Storage Rooms, Ammunition Rooms, Industrial Applications
Whether installing a new floor at home or in a commercial building, rubber flooring rolls provide an economical and resilient flooring option. Greatmats offers rubber rolls in numerous thicknesses and color fleck options, all available at the best prices anywhere.
Rubber gym flooring rolls are popular options in homes and schools for gym floors and weight room areas. Our rolls of rubber for gyms are available in thicknesses from 1/4 to 1/2 inch, in 100 percent black or in a black base with color flecks. Color flecks up to 90 percent even are available in custom orders. (Minimum order sizes are required for some custom orders.)
Characteristics of Rubber Flooring Rolls
All of our Greatmats gym flooring rolls feature similar characteristics, designed to provide the best overall results in terms of durability and quality.
Recycled materials: All of our rubber matting roll flooring makes use of recycled rubber materials, which provides high quality flooring and which helps the environment.
Non-slip: Our flooring rolls contain a non-slip surface that works great for athletics, preventing slippage from users.
Durability: The surface of the Greatmats rubber flooring offers durability, resisting scuffs and dents from heavy objects.
Water resistant: The rolled flooring resists spills from water and other liquids. However, if exposed to water consistently, over time, the floor will absorb water.
Odor resistant: Because of its water resistance, the rubber floor won't absorb sweat, allowing it to remain resistant to odors. The construction process we use generates a limited amount of rubber odor when the product is new too.
Long lasting color: Should you choose to add flecks of color in your rubber flooring, it lasts through years of usage, as the flecks are incorporated throughout the thickness of the floor. This means the color won't wear away as it would if it were just on the surface.
Made in America: We're proud of the fact that all of our Greatmats rubber rolls are made in the USA.
If you are looking to install flooring in an area used for athletics and training, rolled rubber is a great product. It protects floors from dents from free weights and exercise equipment, such as treadmills, offering strong durability.
It's important to note that our rubber mat roll consists of a hard rubber that's similar in consistency and feel to a car tire. This provides the durability levels found in our products. However, most of this type of flooring offers very little cushioning and isn't considered a fatigue relief flooring product. If you need a cushion in your flooring, such as for aerobics or other impact types of exercise, please see our Aerobics Flooring category page.
Our flooring fits well for a variety of use cases because of the numerous sizes we offer. When ordering from Greatmats, our rolled flooring appears in 4 foot widths with standard cut lengths of 10, 25 and 50 linear feet. We also provide custom cut lengths. Thickness options include 1/4 inch, 3/8 inch, 1/2 inch and 8 mm (approximately 5/16 inch).
Our thickness measurements on the rubber gym flooring rolls have a tolerance of plus or minus 0.02 inches. The width measurements on each roll have a tolerance of plus or minus 1/4 inch.
Versus Interlocking Tiles
For those trying to decide between rolled rubber mats and interlocking tiles, use case should play a big role in helping you pick between the two.
Commercial facilities: For large areas, rolled rubber mats are less expensive to use than interlocking tiles. However, you shouldn't expose rolled rubber mats to constant moisture and water, so for these areas, interlocking tiles represent the better option as they can be easily removed for drying and some rubber tiles are made of vulcanized rubber which is completely non absorbent.
Hard surface: Those who need an extremely hard and firm type of flooring will prefer the rolled rubber, which has less give than interlocking tiles - mainly due to the thickness.
Home use: Many people seek a type of rubber flooring that's easy to move from room to room when in use at a home, meaning interlocking tiles tend to work better. If you expect to make the floor permanent in your home gym though, either rolled rubber or interlocking tiles work.
Indoor playgrounds: Thick interlocking tiles represent the smarter choice for playgrounds. Rolled rubber mats are thinner and hard, which doesn't help cushion falls.
Additionally, a rubber mat roll may be tough for one person to install alone. One person can handle installing a series of tiles relatively easily, however.
To provide different color styles in our rubber gym flooring rolls, we add color flecks to the rubber flooring's black base. Because the flecks are inserted throughout the thickness of the flooring, you won't see the color flecks wear away over time. The flooring maintains its color as it ages.
The Greatmats rubber flooring rolls are available in standard 100 percent black or a base black with color fleck options at 10 or 20 percent saturation. For custom constructions, you can pick color flecks up to 90 percent saturation. You can see examples of the various color flecks on our web site. If you choose a custom color flooring, minimum orders are required, depending on the thickness of the flooring, as follows.
1/4 inch (6 mm): 1,400 square feet
5/16 inch (8 mm): 1,120 square feet
3/8 inch (9.5 mm) 900 square feet
1/2 inch (12 mm) 640 square feet
Natural rolled rubber contain whitewalls from recycled tires in the rubber mix. The confetti color option includes colored materials of varying types of rubber from previous runs. These color mixes vary slightly among each of the rubber gym flooring rolls.
We ship our rubber flooring rolls from numerous locations throughout the nation, ensuring a great shipping rate for our customers. We have full stocking of rubber rolls in 4 ft. widths for immediate shipment in 25 foot and 50 foot roll lengths with either 8 mm or 3/8 inch thickness. Color fleck options of 10 percent saturation also are available for immediate shipping.
Here are our projected shipping times for various thickness, lengths and colors of our rubber flooring rolls.
2-3 business days: 1/4 inch thickness, 4 x 10 foot roll (100% Black, 10% Blue, 10% Brick Red, 10% Eggshell, 10% Green, 10% Tan)
2-3 business days: 3/8 inch thickness, 4 x 25 foot roll (100% Black)
2-3 business days: 8 mm thickness, 4 x 25 foot roll (10% Blue/Gray, 10% Brown/Tan)
2-3 business days: 8 mm thickness, 4 x 50 foot roll (100% Black, 10% Blue, 10% Gray)
6 business days (approx.): 1/4 inch thickness, custom lengths (100% Black, 10% Blue, 10% Brick Red, 10% Eggshell, 10% Gray, 10% Green, 10% Tan)
6 business days (approx.): 3/8 inch thickness, custom lengths (100% Black, 10% Blue, 10% Brick Red, 10% Brown, 10% Eggshell, 10% Gray, 10% Lipstick Red, 10% Tan)
6 business days (approx.): 1/2 inch thickness, custom lengths (100% Black, 10% Blue, 10% Gray, 10% Tan)
Rolled rubber flooring will arrive via freight delivery for rolls larger than 10 ft. long. Additionally, we offer remnants and other discontinued products at a discount from our warehouses. Please contact our professional and knowledgeable sales staff at Greatmats to assist with questions, volume discount quotes and samples.
As long as you're installing our rubber flooring rolls over a hard floor, these rolls are relatively easy to install, although having at least two people available to help with installation works better than one person working alone.
You'll lay the rubber mat roll directly over concrete, ceramic tile, a low pile carpet or any smooth, hard, flat surface. For a wall to wall installation, simply unroll the rubber mat and cut to fit with a straight edge and a utility knife. Our rubber mat roll products are factory cut with precision at the widths of the rolls, meaning they will lay side by side with no gaps between rolls. However, the ends of the rolls are not cut square and will require trimming during installation.
To adhere the rubber mat roll to the floor, you may use either double sided tape or adhesive. You also may dry lay rubber rolls, but they should be taped at the perimeter and seams to keep them from overlapping or sliding.
Here are some tips for installation, depending on the size of the room.
Small areas: For installations in small homes or small rooms, you may not need to adhere the rubber flooring rolls to the floor, especially if furniture or exercise machines are atop the rolls, holding them in place. Still, we'd recommend using two-sided tape at the edges of each roll.
Medium sized areas: For medium-sized areas of less than 1,000 square feet, a double-sided carpet tape often provides enough adhesive to keep the rolls in place. However, some people prefer to use glue in this type of installation for a more permanent installation.
Large areas: For installations over 1,000 square feet, we always recommend a full glue down installation, especially where climate conditions may change. When gluing down the material, use a full spread glue method, covering the entire floor surface with glue where rubber will be laid.
During installation, pick an area where this rolled rubber product will not be subject to constant dampness. Although non-porous, this rubber material will absorb water over time when submerged repeatedly or when power washed on a regular basis.
Should this rubber material become excessively wet, it is best to elevate the material off the ground for air drying or hand drying.
Warehouse Clearance Options:
Rolls of Rubber, Rubber Remnants On Sale
1/2 Inch - 2.40/ sq.ft.
3/8 Inch - 1.90/ sq.ft.
1/4 Inch - 1.60/sq.ft.
5/16 Inch - 1.80/sq.ft.
Remember to take a picture of your rolled rubber flooring after installation and send it to us, along with a brief product review, to be entered into our monthly customer photo contest for a chance to win a gift card from amazon.com. Ask our friendly customer service representatives about the contest for more details.
Always use a neutral pH cleaner on rubber flooring material.Shipping
Ships via freight delivery, shrink wrapped on pallets or via ground service for the 4x10 ft rolls.
This Product Ships Freight Only.
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|SF per Item||1.00|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||9|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Density||Shore A 62|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Solid or fleck color|
|Installation Method||Dry lay, tape or glue down on hard flat surface|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year limited|
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Pricing for Rolled Rubber Flooring
1/4 Inch Thickness
Regrind Black - Retail $1.60, On Sale $1.29 per SF
10% Confetti - Retail $1.55, On Sale $1.22 per SF
100% Black - Retail $1.75, On Sale $1.41 per SF
10% EPDM Color Fleck - Retail $2.15, On Sale $1.73 per SF
20% EPDM Color Fleck - Retail $2.40, On Sale $1.90 per SF
8 mm Thickness
Regrind Black - Retail $2.20, On Sale $1.75 per SF
100% Black - Retail $2.25, On Sale $1.80 per SF
10% EPDM Color Fleck - Retail $2.45, On Sale $1.94 per SF
3/8 Inch Thickness
10% Confetti - Retail $1.98, On Sale $1.58 per SF
Regrind Black - Retail $2.60, On Sale $2.05 per SF
100% Black - Retail $2.65, On Sale $2.12 per SF
10% EPDM Color Fleck - Retail $2.80, On Sale $2.23 per SF
20% EPDM Color Fleck - Retail $3.20, On Sale $2.58 per SF
1/2 Inch Thickness
100% Black - Retail $3.05, On Sale $2.45 per SF
10% EPDM Color Fleck - Retail $3.40, On Sale $2.75 per SF
20% EPDM Color Fleck - Retail $3.90, On Sale $3.14 per SF
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