Garage Gym Flooring for Home Workout Areas, Find Rolls and Tiles

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When it comes to garage gym flooring there are a few main factors you'll want to consider.
  • Do you want to park your car on your garage gym flooring?
  • Does the garage floor frequently have condensation or other moisture present
  • Will your garage gym flooring need to support a lot of weight?
  • Do you plan to lay or kneel on your garage gym floor?
  • Do you plan to drop weights on the floor?

Gym flooring for under vehicles

If you plan to make your garage gym a multipurpose space where you can both park your car, truck, boat or motorcycle on it as well as exercise, you'll really want to consider a relatively flat bottomed PVC gym flooring product. The PVC material is the most resistant to automotive fluids and generally provides the least amount of friction with rubber tiles, limiting the risk of buckling when wheels turn on top of the floor.

Low profile PVC gym flooring will also support the weight of heavy vehicles as well as exercise equipment and machines.

Flooring for damp garage gyms

If you've got a garage with a concrete floor that frequently sweats or has condensation build up on it. You're going to want a gym flooring that allows for airflow beneath the surface. This will help prevent mold and mildew formation as it allows the floor to dry naturally.

Greatmats offers a large selection of waterproof gym flooring products that feature a raised base specifically for this purpose. Some of the most popular garage gym flooring for damp garages are the Staylock Tiles. Available with either a bump top or orange peel textured surface, these raised PVC tiles offer fatigue relief and are capable of supporting heavy gym equipment. They'll even accommodate light dropping of free weights.

If you need something a little more robust, check out our raised rubber gym tiles such as the Sterling Athletic Tiles or UltraTile products. These tiles are designed to accommodate heavy abuse from dropped weights.

Keep in mind that the very nature of the raised gym flooring means that these tiles will be significantly thicker than most flat bottomed flooring products.

Weight Supporting Gym Flooring

If you plan to keep super heavy weight equipment or machines on your garage gym floor, you'll generally want a flat bottom PVC product or a rubber product. Both are made of highly durable material and are designed to support heavy static loads.

Fatigue Relieving Garage Gym Flooring

If you plan to do a lot of ground-based exercises like push-ups, sit-ups, planks or handstands, you'll want a flooring this is easy on the skin and helps disperse the weight or impact of the exercises. The same goes for any exercise that involves a lot of jumping, such as plyometrics.

In these cases, high density EVA foam is one of the most popular solutions. This type of gym flooring offers excellent cushion and impact relief. However, it will indent if heavy furniture is stored on it and it will puncture under sharp or pointy objects.

Raised PVC gym flooring will also provide fatigue relief, do the flexible nature of the material and design of the support structure. It will also accommodate heavy equipment and small furniture feet much better than foam.

Rubber gym floor tiles with a raised base will function similarly to the raised PVC products, while adding even more durability and support for heavy loads or dropped weights.

Shock Absorbing Gym Flooring

You best option for absorbing the shock and vibration of dropped weights is a thick rubber product. Choose something with at least 3/4 inch of thickness. Once you get to 1 inch or more of rubber thickness, you'll start to see additional sound deadening benefits.