Foam Floor Tiles

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Options for Foam Floor Tiles

Foam floor tiles are available in numerous designs and thickness measurements, making them a highly versatile flooring choice. You can use them in almost any room in the home, and they even work for multiple commercial environments related to caring for kids or for working out and exercising.

These are highly affordable flooring options, while also delivering plenty of durability for either temporary or long-term installations.

Benefits of Foam Floor Tiles

This is an extremely beneficial material to use for floors for a number of reasons.
  • Easy DIY installation: The tiles interlock together with puzzle-style edges.
  • Lightweight: One person can carry the lightweight foam tiles anywhere required for installation.
  • Temporary: With the ease of installation, you can connect and disconnect them repeatedly for temporary layouts.
  • Protective: Because of the cushion design, they protect the lower body joints of athletes from repetitive stress injuries and protect kids from falls.
  • Designs: Select nearly any solid color you can imagine with the EVA foam, as well as multiple wood grain designs.

Where to Use Foam Tiles

Our customers love foam tiling because of the different places they can use it. The design lends itself to use almost anywhere.
  • Home
  • Kids’ playroom
  • Kids’ bedroom
  • Preschool
  • Daycare
  • Home gym
  • Dog agility facility
  • Trade show booth
  • Martial arts studio
  • Commercial fitness center

Foam Tiles Q&A

Are foam floor tiles waterproof?

Foam tiles themselves are waterproof. However, water can seep between the seams in rare cases. It's smart to wipe up spills right away. Closed cell foam design gives foam floor tiles a waterproof feature.

How should I disinfect foam square tiles?

After sweeping dry debris, disinfecting foam flooring is a simple process. Using a damp mop to apply a basic household cleaner that contains a disinfectant should work the majority of the time. Light scrubbing with a non-abrasive brush works for stubborn stains on the foam squares.

Why use foam floor tiles for kids?

Greatmats EVA foam tiles are highly popular. These are smart choices for playrooms. They are comfortable and shock absorbing in the event of a fall.

Our kids foam floor tiles protect the subflooring from spills, too. Marks from crayons, paint, markers, and anything else youngsters can get into at play time will not reach the subfloor. Additionally, we have these in fun colors.

When installing them across an entire room, consider our 5/8 Inch Premium product. These have a great value, delivering a higher quality than is found with soft flooring for babies from other companies. Yet, even with our excellent quality, we offer them at a similar, inexpensive cost.

These tiles measure 2-by-2 feet, so a single person can move them into place. Afterward, just disassemble them and store them until they're needed again.

Assembly is so simple that children can help. We offer 12 bright colors. Installers can construct different patterns, which is sure to keep youngsters entertained.

Do foam tiles have a tight fitting connection?

One of the reasons Greatmats’ foam options are so popular is because of the puzzle edge. These interlocking edges have alternating slots and tabs, similar to jigsaw puzzle pieces. When connecting them, press the tabs into the slots on the adjacent piece. This is really easy.

The right fit reduces the possibility of raised seams between the interlocking foam tiles that could become a hazard for tripping.

Because of the tight connection between adjacent units, the seams will hold their integrity. High-stress situations, such as people performing aerobic or martial arts workouts, won't cause them to pull apart when a commercial quality foam tile is used.

How do you cut foam floor tiles?

The best way to cut foam floor tiles is by using a straightedge and utility knife. Draw a line on the tile material where you want to cut and use a series of shallow cuts to slowly work part of the way through the thickness. Then fold the mat back on the cut line and slice it along the crease from the backside to complete the cut, this is especially helpful for tiles 3/4 inch and thicker.