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Basement Floor Tiles, Rubber Flooring for Basements, Waterproof Types

are available in rubber, foam carpet, plastic, and vinyl materials for exercise rooms, home gyms, kids play areas and family rooms in basements. Our rubber basement flooring options and interlocking basement floor tiles feature easy DIY installation and many are in stock and offer fast free shipping. Our foam tiles are kid safe and will cushion a hard concrete floor. Our waterproof basement flooring feature wood grain surface design options and feature a modular floating interlocking tile design. Rubber flooring for basement areas include 4x10 ft rolls and 2x2 ft interlocking tiles that are easy to install.

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Rubber flooring for basements, Best waterproof basement flooring options, Basement tiles


are available in rubber, foam carpet, plastic, and vinyl materials for exercise rooms, home gyms, kids play areas and family rooms in basements. Our rubber basement flooring options and interlocking basement floor tiles feature easy DIY installation and many are in stock and offer fast free shipping. Our foam tiles are kid safe and will cushion a hard concrete floor. Our waterproof basement flooring feature wood grain surface design options and feature a modular floating interlocking tile design. Rubber flooring for basement areas include 4x10 ft rolls and 2x2 ft interlocking tiles that are easy to install.


Top 7 Features of Basement Floor Tiles


  1. Easy DIY installation with interlocking rubber and foam tiles or floating modular tiles.
  2. Various designs in solid colors and wood grain look options
  3. Many foam floor options offer safety features
  4. Choose foam or plastic for floor tiles that will not absorb any moisture if they get wet.
  5. Raised modular tiles that allow air to flow underneath.
  6. Provide insulation from a cold concrete basement floor surface
  7. Interlocking basement floor tile options are portable, waterproof and removable


How to Determine what Type of Flooring is Best for a Basement


  1. What will the space be used for, home gym vs kids play area.
  2. Are there moisture concerns in your basement or potential for flooding.
  3. Is the installation wall to wall or an island.
  4. Will the flooring perhaps be removed in the future.
  5. Doe the floor have in-floor heat.
  6. Does the space require some softness.
  7. Is this a DIY installation projfect.


Waterproof Basement Flooring


We offer a number of waterproof basement floor options, and many of the tiles we offer are built on a raised floating base that allows water to dry without becoming trapped under the tile. Nearly all of these flooring options are modular, meaning they can be removed and reinstalled as needed. Since many of our basement floor tile options are designed to withstand wet conditions, our tiles make a great option for homes that are in flood zones.

In Floor Heat in Basement Flooring


Many of our basement floor tiles can be used with existing in-floor heating systems without restricting the heat transfer. Installing these basement flooring products is easy, and you can complete the entire installation yourself. Quality basement floors can instantly make your basement more versatile, but it can also increase the value of your home.

Rubber Flooring for Basement


If you're looking for durability and strength, rubber is a great choice. Rubber flooring for basement use is a popular option. Rubber basement flooring is both durable and versatile. Rubber is very good flooring for a shop area or a home gym. Find rubber in tiles, rolls, and mats. Each style has its own benefits. Rolls are more economical. Tiles have the look of few seams and mats make good weight landing pads.

Rubber tiles come in two designs, straight edge or interlocking. Rubber tiles are easy to transport and install because of their convenient size and a good practical DIY project for a single person. Our 2x2 foot interlocking tiles can be carried down basement stairways for easy installation in homes. Interlocking rubber tiles require no adhesive, so they can be removed again in the future. Interlocking tiles fit tightly together and will not separate over time.

Rubber rolls are often the most economical rubber flooring option and install quickly cover larger areas with virtually no seams in your finished flooring. Rolls are heavier to ship and receive and to transport inside of the home. Rolled rubber is available in lengths of 10 feet or more, and is often used in commercial gyms because of its durability. For home installations, most can use a tape down installation or for a full waterproof flooring surface or a a permanent installation, use adhesive.

Rubber mats are typically thicker and can be used to protect subfloors from heavy impact, are shock absorbing from dropped weights. Mats are highly durable for free weight lifting. Mats can be economical and can protect the subfloor.

Interlocking and Modular Carpet Tiles


Our Interlocking Carpet Tiles are non water absorbent and can be easily removed, dried, and reinstalled if they get wet. The carpet tiles feature a thick foam backing that provides both comfort and fatigue prevention. They make for a soft and warm basement floor, and are available in a number of designer colors.

Carpet tiles modular squares rest on a raised tile base, elevated off the concrete surface. These raised carpet tiles are especially good for damp basement floors. The carpet tiles have a raised base which suspends the carpeting up above the damp floor.

Foam Flooring in Basements


Foam is safe and soft basement floor tile and can be installed directly over the concrete floors. 1/2 inch or thicker foam tiles will cushion the hard concrete flooring and is an excellent economical choice for kids play areas.
Foam interlocking basement floor tiles can be installed in just minutes - all you have to do is put them together like puzzle pieces. There's no adhesive needed.

Foam flooring for basement use is a great choice if you plan on doing aerobics or floor exercises in the gym. Foam can be indented by exercise equipment and furniture and be punctured by sharp objects. If a heavy object is placed on foam for an extended period of time, the indents can become permanent.

If you need a gym flooring option that's soft and comfortable, then consider foam. Foam flooring for basements provides more cushion than rubber flooring does, and can help to reduce the shock and impact on your bones and joints during a workout like aerobics. Foam is good for a more forgiving flooring or to sit on the floor. Foam is not for lifting and dropping weights. Foam is easy to install and cut. Foam mats are waterproof and will not absorb any moisture.

Plastic Flooring in a Basement


The hardness of PVC plastic is somewhere between foam and rubber and features durability for commercial installations. PVC floor tiles will not break down over time and are soft and supple and can provide excellent fatigue relief of hard concrete surfaces for aerobic like exercises at home. Smaller free weights can be gently dropped on PVC flooring of most types. Greatmats StayLock Bump Top Tiles or StayLock Orange Peel tiles offer durability, yet still make for a comfortable and forgiving floor with more cushion than rubber. These PVC floor tiles feature a raised base which allows air and moisture to freely circulate beneath the tiles. This is a great benefit if your basement leaks or has moisture issues.

Vinyl Basement Flooring


Max Tile is a good example of a perfect vinyl basement flooring solution. This tile consists of a vinyl top raised flooring tile that offers excellent durability. Snap the tiles together in seconds, and use them as a temporary or permanent floor. With several popular designs, such as woodgrain and stone looks, create a unique, eye-catching finish for your basement floors. This high-end basement flooring solution can withstand furniture use and will last for years in areas that receive heavy traffic.

Transform Your Basement Floor


With quality flooring for basements, transform your basement concrete floor into a safe and comfortable space that can add warmth, color, and comfort to your basement. You can convert your basement surface into an exercise room, a kids' play space or a family room. Our basement floor tiles are designed for repeat installations without degradation to the floor tile. At Greatmats, we offer rubber basement floor tiles in full color, with all black, and in black with colored flecks. You can choose the appearance that you want your home gym to have.

Rubber Home Gym Flooring


Because rubber flooring for basement is durable and affordable it's a greet choice for most home gym floors. Both dense and strong, rubber can be used underneath heavy exercise equipment without being damaged. It's also non-absorbent, and it's easy to clean. If you'll be lifting weights in your basement gym floor, then rubber can help to protect your subfloor from damage from dropped weights. It can absorb the shock of dropped weights. The thicker the rubber, the more protection available to the floor. Thicker mat options absorb more impact, and are more durable than thinner rubber basement flooring. We offer rubber ranging in thicknesses from 1/4 inch up to 1 inch. If your home gym will see heavy activity that includes weight lifting, rubber is a good flooring option. Our rubber flooring made of recycled rubber material is harder, firmer, and heavier than foam floors.

Kids Playroom Flooring in a Basement


If you want to convert your basement into a soft, forgiving play area for kids, both foam and PVC flooring are appropriate options. Foam creates a soft, comfortable surface with excellent shock absorption, and it's often used to create soft rooms. Foam flooring absorbs shock and provides children with some cushion, so it can help to reduce the severity of injuries that are sustained during slips, falls, or even seizures. Some of the foam tiles that we offer feature ASTM fall height ratings. Foam is available in a variety of thicknesses, all of which are both warm and comfortable to stand on. Many parents prefer closed cell foams water proof playroom flooring, making it easy to clean up spills. Foam interlocking basement floor tiles are available in many different fun colors, create a colorful space that kids will love.

PVC tiles are a bit more durable than foam and limited fall height protection. PVC tiles can better withstand heavy objects than foam tiles like household furniture. Our line of StayLock Tiles are a popular PVC option for basement floors and are waterproof and flexible.

Flooring Installation in Basements


Installing basement flooring is usually quite easy, and often makes for a great DIY project. Interlocking and snap-together basement floor tiles are designed to make for a fast and easy installation that anyone can accomplish without needing professional help. If you're planning an island installation, then it's a good idea to choose a product that includes border tiles or strips. These edge pieces can create a clean, finished edge for an attractive installation. When performing a wall-to-wall installation, you should start by installing tiles in one corner of the room that shares two longer walls. You can also start in the center of the room and work your way out; you'll need to cut the tiles to fit when you reach the surrounding walls.