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Rubber Gym Flooring

Greatmats offers customized to fit any need with its extensive variety of material, type and color choices. Rubber gym flooring is one of the most popular materials as it is relatively inexpensive and extremely durable. Strong enough to support heavy exercise equipment, such as treadmills and weight training equipment, rubber gym flooring's versatility is perfect for multipurpose athletic floors.


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Rubber Gym Flooring
Many commercial gyms that focus on the steadily growing crossfit training method are requiring rubber gym flooring due to its ability to withstand repeated dropping of heavy weights such as dumbbells.

The black portion of rubber gym floor mats are made from recycled rubber. The color flecks in rubber tiles and rolls are ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) -- a synthetic rubber. Natural rubber gym floor mats include white flecks randomly appearing throughout the material. Rolled rubber is offered in standard black, natural, various color flecked and confetti options. Confetti is created when the scraps from colored rolls are reground into the material creating a random mix of colors that can appear anywhere in the product.

The most popular thickness for rubber gym flooring is 3/8 inch. However, the slightly thinner 8 mm (approximately .32 inch) option is gaining in popularity. These choices are the ideal size for home gym floors and commercial facilities where heavy weights are not dropped. The 8 mm option is thick enough to accommodate heavy static equipment and is less expensive than thicker rubber gym flooring options. For freight weight areas and in heavily-used high school gym floors, 1/2 inch or 3/4 inch thick material provides better protection for the flooring underneath the rubber material.

Rubber Flooring Tiles
Interlocking rubber tiles are available from 1/4 inch to 3/4 inch thickness in all black and color fleck options up to 90 percent color. Non-interlocking rubber tiles are available in 1 inch and 1.25 inch thickness in all black and full color options.

Popular and affordable, the 4'x6'x3/4 inch Punter Top rubber gym tiles are designed for installations that need a durable interlocking system with good ventilation for larger installations. These interlocking tiles insulate against cold and damp conditions. Made from 100% recycled rubber, this rubber gym flooring option is a great fit for crossfit gym floors.

Greatmats' 1 inch thick DuraMax gym floor tiles are available in all black. These 2'x2' rubber floor tiles simply push together for an easy and effective home or professional gym flooring installation. They are durable and provide the cushion and protection needed for all free weights. The DuraMax gym floor tiles stand up to any type of exercise equipment and are affordable at less than $4 per square foot. Heavy weights can be dropped on this gym rubber flooring without deterioration of the tile.

StayLock tiles are a great alternative to rubber gym flooring, providing excellent cushioning and versatility for a variety of activities, such as aerobics and weight training. Available in bump top and orange peel designs, StayLock floor tiles are waterproof, making them a solid option for damp basements that may have occasional water problems.

Rubber Flooring Rolls
Rubber gym flooring rolls are 4' wide and are less expensive than interlocking rubber tiles. Rolls of rubber are available in 1/4 inch, 8 mm, 3/8 inch and 1/2 inch thicknesses. For small workout areas, we offer our 4'x10' gym floor mats, available in 1/4 inch thick rubber for treadmills and other equipment as well as 8 mm-thick plyometric rubber. Both 4'x10' rubber gym flooring options are available with free shipping directly to your door via ground shipping.

Plyometric rubber gym floor mat material is soft and provides greater cushion than standard rolled gym rubber flooring while providing proper support for aerobic floor exercises and repetitive movements. Plyometric rubber rolls are offered in any length needed to accommodate larger fitness rooms.

Mats
Greatmats also offers 4'x6' rubber gym flooring mats. Available in 3/8 inch, 1/2 inch and 3/4 inch thicknesses, these mats are economical and easy to install. Color options are primarily black and are offered in natural color as well. Some of these mats may have more of a rubber smell than others, depending on the manufacturing process.

Pebble Mats for home gyms are lightweight, very durable and easy to install. They are designed for home use under exercise equipment and can be easily moved and re-installed as needed. These high density ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) gym floor mats can support heavy equipment such as weight benches or elliptical machines but the equipment may leave indentations in the foam. Lead and latex free, pebble gym floor mats are also waterproof and easy to clean.

Types
Whether a mat, roll or tile, each type brings unique benefits. Rubber mats, most commonly 4'x6' in size, are typically more affordable than interlocking tiles of the same material. Interlocking tiles are easy to install, reduce open seams and also come in foam material. Tiles come with either interlocking or straight edges. Rubber is the primary material for rolls, however, foam underlay rolls are also available. Modular floor tiles are offered in vinyl top and PVC.

Materials
With flooring material options that include dense rubber, soft foam, durable polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and multifunctional carpet tiles, Greatmats has you covered in all flooring environments. Gym rubber flooring is the heaviest choice while foam tiles are lightweight and ideal for multipurpose floors. In addition to durability, PVC provides strong cushioning. Carpet tiles should be limited to use with stationary exercise equipment in gym flooring environments.

A perfect fit for basement floors, kids rooms, martial arts, home exercise rooms and floor exercises, foam tiles offer a softer surface than rubber gym flooring. Foam tiles range from 1/2 inch to 1-5/8 inch thick and are offered in a variety of colors and styles. Foam tiles are affordable, easy to install and can ship via ground service.

PVC floor tiles provide ideal durability and cushioning for aerobic activities and can be installed over carpeting. Both vinyl tiles and modular PVC floor tiles are made from waterproof material and feature a raised-base structure that will allow moisture to flow under the tiles. Greatmats' modular vinyl-topped snap-together tiles offer a sleek wood grain look and make for a long-lasting, finished flooring surface.

Colors
Greatmats' gym flooring can be purchased in a array of color choices which vary by product. Rubber gym flooring products can be all black or black with color flecks. Interlocking tiles are available in standard black and, depending on tile size, a variety of color fleck options. Foam tiles and PVC modular tiles are available in a assortment of solid colors that can be mixed and matched to create a unique, creative design. Carpet tiles are offered in a wide range of colors as well to ensure you one that fits your room.

Installation and Care
Installation of gym flooring can be accomplished by the home or commercial end user in most cases. Interlocking tiles do not require any glue. Rolled rubber gym flooring can be dry laid, however, a glue- or tape-down installation is recommended -- especially for installations covering more than 400 square feet and in commercial settings where the gym floor will be used with more frequency. Modular and snap-together gym floor tiles will sometimes need an underlayment as an added cushion from hard, concrete floors. Gym flooring material of all types can be cut to fit using a sharp utility knife.

Cleaning of gym flooring is similar to other types of flooring. Always use a neutral pH floor cleaner for rubber flooring. Foam gym floor mats can be cleaned using common household floor cleaners. Whether you have foam or rubber gym flooring, it is important to keep the floors clean and free of dirt and soil to ensure a long life span of your gym floor.

Delivery
Delivery of gym flooring is most often via freight delivery. For smaller orders, ground delivery such as FedEx or UPS may be available. Ground service deliveries to your door generally save on shipping costs over freight deliveries. Freight deliveries require the receiving party to meet the freight truck at the time of delivery.