Sport Plus Designer Foam Tile 10 mm x 2x2 Ft.

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  • Easy-to-assemble puzzle tiles without needing glue
  • Sharp-looking finish with border edge pieces
  • Lightweight tiles are easy to carry into place
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$7.24/tile
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$1.81/sqft
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  1. Easy-to-assemble puzzle tiles without needing glue
  2. Sharp-looking finish with border edge pieces
  3. Lightweight tiles are easy to carry into place
  4. Safe materials that are latex- and lead-free
  5. Versatile for use as underlayment or main flooring
  6. Quick cleanups of spills with waterproof EVA foam
  7. Stands up to use of disinfectants as needed
  8. Cushioned to protect athletes and dancers

Home gym flooring, Aerobic dance floors, Dance flooring underlayment

Versatile Foam Dance Subfloor


Selecting a foam dance subfloor from Greatmats gives you a dance floor underlayment that also works as an exercise floor.

Homeowners can take advantage of this high density floor padding to create a safer place for workouts, because it protects the lower body joints of dancers and athletes.

Our subfloor tiles work with almost any type of firm style of flooring over the top, if desired. This is an easy-to-assemble foam dance subfloor.

Transform Any Room With Our Home Dance Floor


It’s not always easy to find a space at home that’s ideal for a home dance studio, as the flooring is often not quite right.


With our foam subfloor interlocking tiles, though, you can change the flooring in almost no time. Just lay a firm roll of dance floor over the top for an ideal space to practice all kinds of dance.

Budget Home Gym Floor


Homeowners can create a highly useful gym space for a reasonable price with these foam tiles. The subtle pebble-like texture helps athletes avoid slipping when they need a sure footing for certain types of workouts.


Should you need to disassemble the tiles to return to the original flooring, the process goes fast because of the puzzle-style edges that don’t require glue.

Foam Dance Subfloor Underlayment With Cushioning


Many homeowners choose to use this foam underlayment as a cushion for a marley dance floor, setting up a safe dance studio practice area at home.


When the floor you’re using for dance practice is too hard, our foam dance floor keeps the dancers safe by providing a cushioned base, all at a great price point.

Dance Pad Foam Underlayment Q&A


What is dance floor underlayment?
By having a bit of cushioning, it’ll reduce the chances of joint injuries occurring. And the softer layout should allow practice for longer without becoming leg weary as students might suffer on a firm subsurface with no padding.

What do you put under a marley dance floor?
Our dance pad foam underlayment makes an excellent economical selection. If used under marley, it provides separation from hard surfaces such as cement. Unless there’s some type of sprung dance floor foam blocks or padded setups underneath, a student can develop shin splints. There’s no need to add a layer of plywood under the marley when using sprung flooring or floating floors.

How do you install a home dance floor over concrete?
Set our foamed underlay directly atop concrete slabs or similar subsurfaces for an easy to install solution that does not require adhesive. These fit together tightly with no seams when installed correctly, ensuring no one will trip. Marleys can be added as a finishing touch. This works equally well in semi permanent installs as well as for permanency.

Disclaimer: The black color may vary somewhat within the same order. This is common with EVA foam. Do not install this over carpeting, as the tiles could shift and slide. Not recommended for outdoor use, as the tile can expand in the heat. Don't walk with high heel shoes on this flooring as it can puncture the foam.

Maintenance

Product can be damp mopped with common household floor cleaners, avoid bleach. Test your vacuum before use.


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SKU# SPHDFoam
In Stock Yes
Product Type Tile
Material Type Foam
Product Edging Interlocking
Thickness 3/8 inch
Width 2.00 feet
Length 2.00 feet
SF per Item 4.00
Weight 2.00 lbs
Packaging Cartons
Number of Pieces per Package Type 25
Non Absorbent Yes
Special Adhesives No
Universal Interlock Yes
Interlock Loss 0.03 feet
Kid Safe Yes
Material Hardness Shore C 65
Interlocking Connections Yes
Made In Taiwan
Surface Finish Leather
Surface Design Solid color
Installation Method Interlocking, dry lay
UV Treated No
Reversible No
Border Strips Included Yes
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year limited

Product Questions:

Q: I am wanting to convert my garage into a dance studio room for my daughters and am looking for flooring that is reasonably priced and will protect them from the hard concrete. Would you recommend this flooring? My main concern is that they will be able to turn on the floor smoothly.
A: This high density foam material is designed as an underlayment for home dance floors; we can recommend the foam tiles for a first layer, then cover with a finished marley vinyl dance flooring surface.
Q: Would you put these tiles directly over ceramic tiles in a basement? Would it ruin the floor?
A: It's ok; you can install this foam tile on any hard, flat surface.
Q: Can this be put directly under laminate flooring?
A: Yes, this would be fine.
Q: If you use it as a sub floor for a dance studio, do you need a layer of plywood on top before you lay the Marley floor?
A: No, you will not; the marley can be installed directly over this high density foam tile.
Q: What is the life expectancy for these floors?
A: Depending on the type of use, 5-10 years or more.
Q: Can these tiles be used directly over a concrete basement floor without any overlay for a child's dance and play area?
A: Yes, this tile can be installed directly over concrete.
Q: Can this tile go over thin carpet on concrete? Then lay Marley on top? I am trying to add cushion over concrete and cannot afford sprung flooring yet.
A: I would recommend our Court Floor Tile Flat Top over the carpet, then the marley. For more cushion, place 1/2 inch foam under the flat-top court tiles. Using foam over carpet and then marley on top might not work.
Q: Could you put epoxy floor paint on these foam tiles and make it a dance floor?
A: No, we do not recommend using epoxy on the foam tiles.
Q: Could you lay vinyl roll flooring over the top of this (concrete slab first, then this, then vinyl roll) to use as a dual-purpose space for office and Zumba dancing?
A: The Adagio marley can be installed over foam tiles that are over concrete. The marley and foam are not to be used with furniture over them.
Q: Is this foam ''fast'' enough to do Pointe and turns?
A: We do not recommend this subfloor for Pointe. It can leave divots in the marley.
Q: I’m making a workout room that will also serve as a dance room for my daughter. I want to do the entire room that is in my basement with these high density tiles directly on the concrete floor. A portion of this room will be set up for my treadmill, bike, and some weights. The other portion will be covered in Marley flooring for my daughter to dance on. My main question is about my treadmill, bike, and a few dumbbells. Will these high density foam tiles be strong enough for the equipment directly sitting on them?
A: The treadmill and equipment can sit on the sports plus foam mats, but they most likely will make an indentation in the tiles. They will not make the equipment unstable or have a ''rocking'' feeling. You should not drop weights on them.
Q: Is the composition of the Sport Plus Designer foam different from the other foam tiles, which are closed-cell EVA? I know the Sports Plus is high-density and should be used as an underlayment. But I want to know if the actual material is also closed-cell EVA.
A: It is made of closed-cell EVA foam.
Q: What is the chemical composition of the foam tile?
A: This mat is made of EVA PE foam, Shore C durometer 65.
Q: I want to have part of the floor for workout space and part for a den. Can I glue carpet tiles to these Sports Plus tiles? Would the carpet tiles protect against indentation from equipment or furniture?
A: We don't recommend gluing to these tiles, and in most cases, it is unnecessary. Much would depend on the type of carpet tile you choose as to whether it can be installed over these tiles and how well it will protect against indentation. Feel free to give us a call at 877-822-6622 to discuss your options.

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