Rolled Rubber 1/4 Inch Eco Regrind 25 Ft Cascade
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Top Features for Rolled Rubber 1/4 Inch Eco Regrind 25 Ft Cascade
- Enviromentally friendly
- Durable long lasting rubber
- FloorScore Certified
- Absorbs shock and sound
- Easy to clean and maintain
- Easy to install
- For use in athletic, commercial, pet or home settings
- Made in the USA
Home and Commercial Gyms, Weight Rooms, School, Pet Areas, Pet Trailers, Ski Lodges, Skating Rinks, Golf Spike Protection, Basements
1/4 Eco Regrind Rolled Rubber in 25 ft roll is an environmentally friendly rubber flooring option that work well for many types of applications. Most commonly used in weight rooms, gyms, and pet areas. This regrind rubber will provide your area with a durable and resilient flooring that absorbs shock and sound very well. This recycled rubber material this flooring option is considered a green product and may contribute to LEED points in green buildings. Rolled rubber flooring is a popular option in homes, schools and professional gym floors and weight room areas. Rolled rubber is a great product for protecting floors from free weights and exercise equipment.
Made in the USA
Rubber rolls are relatively easy to install. Lay the rubber rolls directly over concrete, ceramic tile, or any smooth, hard, flat surface. For a wall to wall installation, simply unroll the rubber roll and cut the lengths to fit using a straightedge and a utility knife as needed. Rubber rolls are factory cut with precision so they will lay side-by-side with no gaps between rolls. The ends of the rolls are not cut square and will require trimming during installation.
For installation use double sided floor tape or adhesive to attach the rubber rolls to a clean, hard floor surface. When using a tape down method the rolls should be taped around the perimeter and at the seams. Rubber rolls can be dry laid in small installations under 400 SF.
General Rubber Flooring Information:
Rubber flooring rolls are an economical rubber flooring option for home and professional flooring installations.
Rubber flooring rolls are available in all black, black color fleck, natural regrind and custom runs up to 90 percent color fleck. Custom color runs are available with minimum log amounts. Reground rubber flooring rolls are an option at discounted pricing. Natural color includes white flecks that vary from roll to roll. Reground material in general is the most affordable rolled rubber flooring option.
Rolls of rubber are available in thicknesses from 2 mm up to 1/2 inch thickness.
Thickness size tolerance plus or minus .02 inches
4ft width size tolerance plus or minus 1/4 inch
Avoid getting this rolled rubber product wet. Although very non-porous, this rubber material will absorb water over time when submerged repeatedly or power washed on a regular basis. To dry this rubber material, it is best to elevate the material off the ground or hand-dry.
1/4 inch material is recommended to be glued for installations over 500 SF.
Find rubber rolls in all thickness and color options available at the best prices anywhere. We offer great shipping rates on rubber flooring rolls, we ship rubber flooring rolls from locations nationwide.
Rolled rubber specified cut lengths are available upon request. In some cases, some manufacturers may provide the length within two rolls. For example, a 45 linear foot run lay consist on two pieces, one at 20 and one at 25 linear feet. Butt seams are common in a rolled rubber flooring layout.
For regular cleaning damp mop with hot water and a neutral pH cleaner.Shipping
Ships from Oregon and other locations nationwide via freight delivery shrink wrapped on pallets.
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|SF per Item||100.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||9|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Solid Black|
|Installation Method||Tape or glue down on hard, flat surface|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year limited|
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