StayLock Tile Bump Top Black
Fatigue Flooring Tile, StayLock Bump Top Tile, Ergonomic Aerobic Flooring, Athletic Modular Flooring Tiles
Top Features for StayLock Tile Bump Top Black
- Install over carpeting, concrete, wood or tile
- Durable like rubber, cushion like foam
- Active locking connector system requires no glue and holds tightly
- Waterproof PVC resistant to most acids and oils
- Ideal for industrial ergonomic and athletic flooring applications
- No underlayment required
- Ramped borders sold separately
- Made in the USA of quality recycled materials
Fatigue Flooring Tile, Aerobic Floors, Ergonomic Cushion Flooring, Home Gym Floor Tile
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StayLock bump tiles fitness room flooring is easy to assemble and is a fantastic anti fatigue flooring for large scale installations. Use them for indoor installations for job sites, for athletic and aerobic applications, and for gymnasiums at the house. Combine the durability of rubber tiles and the cushion of foam in this fitness room flooring black top floor. The active connector locking system will hold them tightly, and they’ll remain flat if exposed to the stress of hard workouts. Install them anywhere indoors, including atop concrete, carpet tiles, or carpeting.
Easy to Install PVC Gym Floor Tiles
Cut these to fit around obstructions in the rooms. Install them in any configuration. Once it’s time to return the space to its original use case, easily take them up and place them in storage.
This durable PVC fitness room flooring does not need underlayment to provide outstanding ergonomic benefits for athletics, commercial working areas, or industrial walkways. They are resistant to many acids and oils, requiring very little maintenance with no waxing or finishing required. They have extremely low maintenance costs too.
Best StayLock Gym Flooring
This fitness room flooring features cushioned ergonomics for those who have to stand repeatedly in industrial work environments.
The bottom web structure of the StayLock floor tiles feature excellent cushion, providing relief. The upper layer textures are available in both bumped and orange peel designs. The texture provides aesthetic appeal for commercial grade applications, as well as for athletic, cardio, and aerobics installations.
These are easy to connect using a mallet or simply by hand. Nearly anyone can put this fitness room flooring together. They come apart when the workout is completed and it’s time to store them. But for a more permanent use case, they will stay together tightly for as long as needed.
Long Lasting Black Floor Tiles
The typical lifespan of this type of anti fatigue flooring is 20 years or more.
Once the fitness room flooring is worn out, this material can be reclaimed and reground back into base materials. This can then be manufactured into new and useful products, which means it never needs to go into a landfill.
All color foam floor tile products are made from virgin materials for colors consistency from lot to lot. StayLock tile bump top black always is made from recycled content and may contribute to LEED points in green buildings.
There are optional border and corner ramps available for this Made in the USA foam tiles product.
FAQ Fitness Room Flooring Q&A
How do you build a home gym floor over carpet?
The majority of times with carpeting, anti fatigue flooring will work with an interlocking edge design. This simplifies the installation process, making it ideal for a DIY job. Just line up the edges properly and pop them in place to create a tightly fitting connection that will not pop loose when placed under the stress of a workout session. It uses tabs and slots to create the connection between adjacent pieces.
What type of fitness room flooring is good for gyms at the house?
Rubberized tiling will protect the subfloor from damage if using free weight equipment. PVC is another great selection, as it has cushioned layers to protect the joints of the athletes, along with the firmness required to allow for sure footing and sudden movements. If the gymnasium will end up in a basement area, raised floor systems are a smart pick, as they allow air to flow underneath, which will dry moisture that seeps through the cement blocks.
How do I select flooring for my gym?
Start by determining which style of fitness room flooring is going to give the greatest level of performance for the exercises that are planned for the space. Anti fatigue tiles work well for aerobic workouts that are difficult on the joints in the hips and knees. Thick rubber gym flooring rolls have a high density, so they can protect the subflooring from heavy weight machines or weightlifting equipment. Cork gym flooring mat selections are another option for comfort and warmth.
What is a DIY gym floor?
Our customers use do it yourself projects to create exercise rooms that fit the projected use cases at a residence or pro studio setting with limited expense or time requirements. Fitness room flooring often uses a puzzled style edge, which makes the layout process a snap. By doing the puzzle piece layout without the need for professional help, the cost remains reasonable as well. It can add value, ensuring a safe and durable area for exercises.
What is anti fatigue flooring?
Anti fatigue flooring is ideal to reduce feelings of tired muscles and joints during a variety of activities. An anti fatigue mat can be used at the workplace, helping those who must stand for long periods to do their jobs with shock absorbing benefits. Greatmats StayLock bump top tiles provide cushioning to help combat sore joint and muscle problems, as well as giving a shock absorption material during exercising.
Why Greatmats Interlocking Tiles Yield the Best Cushioning
- Ease of Installation: Place these atop any hard, flat surface, which would include the use of StayLock tiles over carpet. It features a unique, active locking design that does not allow them to separate or shift. Simply push the interlocking tabs together by hand for a simple installation. There are no adhesives required. It is waterproof and will let air and water move underneath.
- Cushion Ergonomic: The cushioned benefit of these, even without underlayment, is unmatched by any other product, including vinyl floors. This provides superior cushioning and bounce support for intense types of workouts, such as P90X, Zumba, aerobics, and more.
- Durability: These can withstand the dropping of free weights and bear the weight of most exercise equipment. They are great for professional studios or workout gyms in the house. These are nonabsorbent and will not degrade in the future.
- Designer Colors: These are available in great looking designer color selections, including tan and brown. Mix and match to make a color design or to achieve the look of solid, full colors for a fraction of the cost of colored rubber flooring rolls.
- Environmental Product: These models consist of 100% recycled plastic material for points in a LEED project. All of these are fully recyclable. We will accept all of them for recycling at the end of their life cycle when they need to be replaced.
Greatmats StayLock Floor Tile Bump Top
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Would this work on top of my hardwood floors in my living room? I'm looking for something that won't slip and has cushion for my intense, cross-training workouts. Bonus if I can de-assemble the flooring fairly easily for hiding away when company comes over.
I want to use this in my garage for a workout space but in the event that I need to bring my car into the garage Is the flooring able to withstand it or will it ruin the flooring?
We currently have interlocking cheap mats that we picked up from Lowe's in our home gym and our dogs nails are tearing up the surface of it. Will light scratches effect the flooring at all or is it pretty durable as far as light scrapes/scratches?
can this be used outdoors for small playground
I want to do an entire room above cement. All e pictures are of partial areas. Does it work well for that? How would you do the pieces around the edges?
Will this product be sturdy enough for a weight lifting workout if assembled on top of carpet?
If laid out on hardwood floors will the hard wood be scratched underneath? Would a thin carpet need to be used to protect the floor?