Installing flooring over concrete anywhere from a home gym to an outdoor patio can be a simple process when you use Greatmats products intended for that type of installation.

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Here we'll highlight different areas where concrete subflooring is common and the types of products that will work best in those areas. This includes testimonials from Greatmats customers, installation and maintenance instructions, as well as options and ideas to help guide you to the right purchase.

WHAT flooring materials can be installed over concrete?

  • EVA Foam
  • PE Foam
  • Artificial Turf
  • Laminate
  • Vinyl
  • PVC Plastic
  • Polypropylene Plastic
  • Rubber
  • Engineered Hardwood

WHERE would you install flooring over concrete?

  • Basements
  • Garages
  • Patios
  • Rooftops
  • Pool Surrounds
  • Gyms
  • Dance Studios
  • Martial Arts Schools
  • Porches

WHY would you lay flooring over concrete?

  • Cushion
  • Noise Reduction
  • Fatigue Relief
  • Insulation
  • Style
  • Impact Absorption
  • Slip resistance
  • Fall Protection
  • Floor Protection

WHICH flooring types can be laid over concrete?

  • Puzzle Tiles
  • Snap together tiles
  • Glue down flooring
  • Tape down flooring
  • Peel 'n Stick Tiles and Planks
  • Loose Lay Flooring
  • Permanent Floors
  • Temporary Flooring
  • Portable flooring

WHEN would you want install flooring over concrete?

  • When you want a change of style
  • When you want to cover stained or cracked concrete
  • When you need to add safety benefits
  • When you want a softer floor
  • When you want a more temperature stable floor
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Fall
  • Winter

WHO can install flooring over concrete

  • You
  • Professional installers
  • Your husband
  • Your wife
  • Your children
  • Your parents
  • Your friends
  • Your neighbors
  • Anybody!

HOW do I learn to install flooring over concrete

  • Watch our video tutorials
  • Follow installation instructions on our product pages
  • Follow directions included with products
  • Consult a professional installer
  • Speak with a Greatmats representative
  • Read installation blogs
  • Invite a friend to help
  • Trial and Error
  • Stare at the flooring until it tells you how