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Basement Floor Tiles, Rubber Flooring for Basements, Waterproof

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

options are available in tiles, mats and rolls for exercise rooms, home gyms, kids play areas and family rooms. Our rubber basement flooring and raised 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 floor floating tiles feature wood grain surface designs and are a snap to install. Rubber flooring for basements include 4x10 ft rolls and 2x2 ft interlocking tiles, both with fast free shipping.

Transform any basement floor into a livable, enjoyable and versatile space. You can convert your basement surface into an exercise room, a kids' play space, a family room, or almost any other type of floor that you need. Since many of our basement floor tiles options are designed to withstand wet conditions, our tiles and mats a great option for homes that are in flood zones. Our tiles are designed for repeat installations without degradation to the basements floor tile.

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options are available in tiles, mats and rolls for exercise rooms, home gyms, kids play areas and family rooms. Our rubber basement flooring and raised 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 floor floating tiles feature wood grain surface designs and are a snap to install. Rubber flooring for basements include 4x10 ft rolls and 2x2 ft interlocking tiles, both with fast free shipping.

Transform any basement floor into a livable, enjoyable and versatile space. You can convert your basement surface into an exercise room, a kids' play space, a family room, or almost any other type of floor that you need. Since many of our basement floor tiles options are designed to withstand wet conditions, our tiles and mats a great option for homes that are in flood zones. Our tiles are designed for repeat installations without degradation to the basements floor tile.

Top 6 Benefits of Basement Floor Tile Options by Greatmats

  1. Raised tiles options are waterproof and removeable
  2. Rubber basement flooring for home gyms and workout rooms in rolls and tiles
  3. Foam mat tiles create a safe and soft surface over concrete for kids play area
  4. Expand living space with modular tiles that feature a wood grain design
  5. Provide insulation from a cold concrete basement floor surface
  6. Affordable cost options in various material types

With quality flooring for basements, transform your basement concrete floor into safe and comfortable surface that can add warmth, color, and comfort to your basement.

Have a basement with moisture issues?

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.

Adding Value to Basement Floor Surfaces

When your basement is cold, unwelcoming, and unused, you're letting valuable living space go to waste. Quality basement floors can instantly make your basement more versatile, but it can also increase the value of your home.

When your basement is just sitting unused, you're still paying for that unused space. Creating a new living space in your house will increase your home's value, while also allowing you to better enjoy your entire home. Whether you want to install a home gym, an office, a playroom, or another family space, flooring can make these plans possible.

Plus, if you ever decide to sell your house, having that livable space and flooring already installed will better enable buyers to picture all of the possible uses for your basement. This extra space will make your home more appealing, and may even help to get your house sold.

Benefits of Flooring for Basements

We understand that basements make demanding environments for your average flooring products, and that's why we've carefully selected products that aren't at all average. These products are designed just for basement environments, and offer the following benefits:
  • Durable: These products are made to last, meaning you can enjoy your new basement floor for years to come. With these long-lasting products, you'll get the most out of your investment.
  • Comfortable: Whether you're looking for a flooring option for a workout area or a play space for the kids, these products are designed to maximize comfort while creating an appealing space. No more hard concrete!
  • Attractive finish: These products are available in a variety of finishes that will transform your basement into an attractive, stylish space. Choose shades that will brighten up your dark basement, or pick colorful tiles that kids will love.
  • Simplified installation: Many of these products make for a great DIY project, because they're easy to install and require no professional installation. You'll save money, too, and don't need to invest in an underlayment or adhesive.
  • Moisture resistant: We know that many basements have moisture problems, and that's why these products are moisture resistant. Some of the tiles are designed to allow air and water to circulate beneath them, promoting faster drying and preventing mold and mildew growth.
We've carefully chosen all of our basement flooring options for their quality and performance. We're confident that no matter what product you choose, you'll love your new flooring.

We're proud to offer more than 400 products that are designed with the features you need in flooring for basements, such as moisture resistance, insulation against the cold, and raised bases to promote fast drying. When you invest in these basement floor mats and tiles, you'll be able to quickly transform your cold, dark basement into a warm, inviting, comfortable space.

Types of Flooring for Basements

As you shop for your flooring, you'll find that rolls, tiles, and mats are available. You'll also find that the flooring is made from a variety of materials, including plastic, rubber, foam, carpet, vinyl, and cork. Each material offers its own set of benefits, though they're all capable of withstanding the challenges that a basement installation poses.

We offer a number of waterproof basement flooring options, and many of the tiles we offer are built on a raised 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 easy. This is particularly important in case of a flood or other issue.

How to determine what type of flooring is best for basements

  1. How will the space be used? Will the space be a home gym, a kids' play area, or a family room?
  2. Are there moisture concerns in your basement? Is there the potential for flooding?
  3. How much space do you need the flooring to cover? Are you planning a wall-to-wall or island installation?
  4. Is it likely that you will need to remove the floor or access the subfloor in the future?
  5. Are you looking for a softer surface to help absorb shock?
  6. Do you want a colorful floor, or a floor with a more natural appearance?
  7. Will you be installing the flooring yourself?

When you can define your specific needs, then you can better choose a product that is the best basement flooring for your project. We've highlighted a few of our most popular types of flooring for basements below.

Rubber Basement Flooring

Rubber flooring for basement use is a highly popular option, and it's easy to see why. Rubber flooring is both highly durable yet also versatile. Rubber won't be damaged by water, and it's a great investment when you want to use your space for multiple purposes, like as a work area and a gym. Rubber flooring is usually made from recycled vehicle tires, which means your flooring will be eco-friendly.

You'll find rubber flooring for basement use in tiles, rolls, and mats. There are various benefits to using each form of flooring in basements.

Rubber Floor Tiles:

  • The most popular option, rubber tiles are easy to transport and install because of their convenient size.
  • Rubber tiles can be a practical DIY project for a single person, and are simple to install.
  • Our 2x2 foot tiles can be carried down narrow basement staircases for easy installation in homes.
  • Interlocking rubber tiles require no adhesive, so they can be removed again in the future.

Rubber Rolls:

  • Rubber rolls are often the most economical rubber flooring option when compared to tiles.
  • Rolls quickly cover large areas with virtually no seams in your finished flooring.
  • Rolls are heavy, so you will likely need at least two people for installation.

Rubber Mats:

  • Mats are typically thicker, and can be used to protect subfloors from heavy impact, such as from dropped weights.
  • Highly durable, mats are popular choices for use with home gyms in basement spaces.
If you're looking for durability and strength, rubber flooring for basement use is a great choice.

Basement Gym Flooring

If you want to create a gym space in your basement, there are a number of flooring options that may be right for the job. Consider the following qualities when choosing a gym flooring that you want to use in your basement:

  1. Is the product suitable for the types of activities you're planning, like weight lifting, floor work, or aerobics?
  2. How forgiving is the surface, and can it accommodate floor work like sit-ups or push-ups?
  3. Does the flooring offer good sound insulation properties, so the rest of your house won't be disturbed by workouts?
Rubber Gym Flooring
Because rubber is so durable and affordable, it's the primary choice for most residential gym floors. Both dense and strong, rubber can be used underneath heavy exercise equipment without being damaged. It's also non-absorbent, so it's easy to clean.

If you'll be lifting weights in your basement gym, then rubber can help to protect your subfloor from damage from dropped weights. It can absorb the shock of dropped weights, and also serves as a protective barrier to keep your subfloor from sustaining excess wear and tear.

The thicker the rubber, the more protection it usually offers to your floor. These thicker options absorb more impact, and are more durable than thinner rubber. We offer rubber ranging in thicknesses from 1/4 inch up to 1 inch, suitable for everything from light to rigorous use.

If your home gym will see heavy activity that includes weight lifting, rubber is a great flooring investment. Our rubber flooring made of recycled rubber material is harder, firmer, and heavier than the flooring options you'll see that are made from foam. When you invest in rubber, you'll get more use out of your gym floor, because the rubber is more durable. It's a suitable option for the serious gym-goer.

If moisture may be an issue in your basement, consider our re-vulcanized rubber products, which are completely waterproof. Though non-vulcanized rubber is partially non-absorbent, water can permeate through the flooring if the floors are soaked or power washed.

When choosing rubber flooring for use in a basement with potential water issues, keep in mind that flooring with a flat underside may trap existing moisture underneath the floor. Rubber can be pulled up if condensation occurs, though, and then replaced once the floor has dried. Basement flooring with raised bases helps to prevent moisture from becoming trapped underneath the floor.

You may want to consider rubber gym flooring if:

  1. You're looking for a flooring option that's economical yet highly durable
  2. You need a flooring that provides shock absorption, such as in an area where you'll be lifting free weights
  3. You need to protect your underlying basement floor from wear and tear or potential damage
You can choose from rubber flooring in tile, mat, and rolled rubber forms.
  • Rubber tiles come in two designs - straight edge and interlocking. They're conveniently sized so installation is easy, and interlocking tiles fit together tightly so the edges won't work their way up during use.
  • Rubber mats are thick and heavy enough that they can be dry-laid. They add protection to certain areas where you need extra durability, like beneath gym equipment. They're more manageable than rolled rubber because of their smaller size.
  • Rolled rubber features straight edges and comes in large rolls, which can be heavy depending on their size and the rubber's thickness. They're the most economical option, especially for larger areas.
Interlocking Rubber Tiles
Many people choose interlocking rubber tiles for their home gyms. The tiles interlock tightly, so they're easy to install and you won't need any adhesive. If you need to remove the tiles, you can pull them up and relocate them or just dry out your subfloor and then reinstall them. Tiles reduce the amount of waster material in a wall-to-wall installation when compared to the wasted material when you use rolled rubber.

Interlocking tiles are easy to install, which makes them a favorite among homeowners. They fit together just like puzzle pieces, and their tight connections keep them from separating during use. Some tiles are equipped with interlocking designs that allow you to align the tiles in any direction - they'll still fit together. Other tiles must be specifically aligned to fit together, and feature directional arrows that will guide you during the installation.

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.

You may want to consider rubber interlocking flooring tiles if:

  1. You're doing a wall-to-wall installation in a smaller area and want an option that's easy to install
  2. You'll be handling your basement gym floor's installation on your own and won't have extra people on hand to help carry the flooring
  3. You may want to remove or move your gym flooring in the future, such as if the floor gets wet
Rolled Rubber Flooring
While interlocking tiles usually offer the easiest installation, rolled rubber tends to be a more economical choice. This is especially true when you're covering a larger area. Rolled rubber is available in lengths of 10 feet or more, and is often used in commercial gyms because of its durability and economical price point. However, it's also a great choice for home basements. Rolled rubber covers larger areas with fewer seams than using tiles will cause, but keep in mind that the rolls are heavy and can be difficult to move.

When installing rolled rubber, we recommend a tape down installation for the best results. For a permanent installation, you can also use adhesive.

Your rolled rubber products from Greatmats will ship via freight delivery, except for our 4x10 feet x 1/4 inch thick rolls.

Foam Basement Gym Flooring
If you need a gym flooring option that's soft and comfortable, then consider foam. Foam flooring for basement use provides more cushion than rubber flooring does, and can help to reduce the shock and impact on your bones and joints during a workout. Interlocking foam basement tiles can be installed in just minutes - all you have to do is put them together like puzzle pieces. There's no adhesive needed.

We also offer many foam rolls which are intended to provide extra cushion when placed underneath flooring. These rolls shouldn't be used alone, and they need to be covered by another flooring in order to protect them from damage.

Foam flooring for basement use is a great choice if you plan on doing aerobics or floor exercises in the gym. You'll need to carefully plan out your gym layout, though, since foam can be indented if you place something heavy on top of it. Foam can also be punctured by sharp objects. Most indents will disappear with time, but if a heavy object is placed on foam for an extended period of time, the indents can become permanent.

Foam flooring for basement gyms is ideal when:

  1. You're looking for a softer, more forgiving flooring option
  2. You'll be focusing on activities like aerobics or floor work
  3. You don't have any heavy gym equipment that will need to sit on the floor
  4. You aren't going to be lifting heavy weights
  5. You're looking for a floor which is simple and easy to install
Plastic Basement Gym Flooring
If you'd like a floor that's more forgiving than rubber but that's also a little firmer than foam, plastic basement gym flooring falls right in between the two products. StayLock Bump Top or StayLock Orange Peel tiles, which are snap-together PVC tiles, offer durability, yet still make for a comfortable and forgiving floor with more cushion than rubber offers. These 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.

These PVC StayLock Tiles are flexible and lightweight. They're eco-friendly. The black tiles, which are made from recycled PVC, can be recycled themselves at the end of their lifespan. These tiles are backed by a 5-year warranty (most foam tiles are guaranteed for a year). The warranty is a testament to the tiles' excellent construction and durability.

Consider PVC flooring tiles if:

  1. You need something more durable than foam but with more cushion than rubber
  2. Your basement floors may incur leaks or a moisture buildup

Basement Kids Playroom Flooring

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 to help keep children with conditions like epilepsy safe. Foam tiles can offer those same protective properties to your home basement.

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, meaning they've been proven to offer protection to children who may fall from particular heights. 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 for playroom flooring, since the foam won't absorb water, making it easy to clean up spills.

With interlocking foam tiles available in many different fun colors, you can choose tiles that will brighten up your basement and create a colorful space that kids will love.

PVC tiles are a bit more durable than foam, but they also offer plenty of cushion and limited fall height protection. They can better withstand heavy objects than foam tiles, which may become indented. Our line of 1x1 foot StayLock Tiles are a popular PVC option for play areas. The tiles are waterproof and flexible, and are available in a variety of different surface options, many of which are designed to maximize traction for a safer flooring.

When choosing the right flooring for a basement play area, look for a flooring that:

  1. Offers a soft, safe play surface
  2. Provides fall height protection
  3. Is easy to install

Basement Family Area Flooring

Looking for a product that will transform your basement into a welcoming, comfortable family space? Carpeting tiles may be the perfect solution. These tiles offer the soft, warm surface of carpeting, but with far more versatility than you'll see in a traditional carpeted floor. Modular snap-together carpet tiles and interlocking carpet top foam-backed tiles are incredibly easy to install, and can be removed again in the future if needed.

If your basement has moisture issues, then your carpeting absolutely needs to be non-absorbent, and traditional carpeting will be ruined. Snap-together tiles allow you to still have carpeting in your basement, even with moisture issues present. The tiles have a raised base which suspends the carpeting up above the damp floor. Because air and water can circulate underneath the tiles, the floor dries quickly and the design helps to prevent the growth of mold and mildew. The unique raised base system means there's no need to remove the floor to allow the subfloor to dry in most situations.

If moisture issues aren't as prevalent or as serious in your basement, then the puzzle style interlocking carpet tiles may be a better choice. These tiles are available at a lower price than the snap-together tiles. These interlocking tiles have a foam backing to increase comfort and cushion. They're easy to install and require no adhesive, but it's recommended that if the tiles get wet, they be removed and allowed to dry.

Our Royal Interlocking Carpet Tiles are non-water-absorbent and can be easily removed, dried, and reinstalled if they get wet. The tiles feature a thick foam base 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.

In addition to these carpeted options, we offer some flooring solutions that don't incorporate carpeting, but that are still plenty comfortable. Max Tile consists of a non-carpeted raised flooring tile that offers excellent durability. You can snap the tiles together in just seconds, and can use them as a temporary or permanent floor. You can even cut the tiles for a wall-to-wall installation. With several popular designs, such as woodgrain and stone looks, you can create a unique, eye-catching finish for your basement. This high-end flooring solution can withstand furniture use and will last for years in areas that receive heavy traffic.

For a flooring that has a more natural look, consider our luxury vinyl tiles and other laminates. These products are available in many different beautiful designs that include woodgrain, stone, and cork.

When choosing the right flooring for your basement family area, consider the following factors:

  1. Does your basement have moisture issues?
  2. Are you looking for a carpeted or non-carpeted surface?
  3. Will you be performing a wall-to-wall installation?
  4. How much traffic will the area receive?

Basement Den or Workshop Flooring

For heated workshops or dens in basements, we recommend raised PVC flooring. PVC flooring is highly durable and offers excellent fatigue relief. At the same time, it's easy to clean, so you'll save time on maintenance.

Our StayLock modular flooring tiles are often used in workshops and dense. The tiles are highly durable - they're waterproof, resistant to most acids and oils, and have an expected life span of 20 years. They can withstand the rigorous use they may see in a workshop setting. Choose from three surfaces - bump top, orange peel, and perforated - according to the amount of traction that you desire. These tiles are backed by a 5-year warranty.

Flooring Installation in Basements

Installing basement flooring is usually quite easy, and often makes for a great DIY project. Interlocking and snap-together 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. We offer many products that are available with these border pieces, including the Max Tile and StayLock Tiles.

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.

The Greatmats' Online Pro Floor Planner room designer is a convenient and easy way to plan your room's layout to scale. With the Pro Floor Planner, simply:

  1. Enter your room dimensions to build your room.
  2. Choose products and flooring colors.
  3. Create a floor design if desired.
  4. And get flooring product quantities needed for your project.
Then, you can add the product to your cart, calculate the shipping, or even request a quote from our customer service representatives.

Greatmats offers a wide selection of the best basement flooring. We have everything you need to convert your basement floor into a space that is soft, comfortable, and welcoming.