Gym Flooring Options

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Discover the best options for gym flooirng in your space.

Greatmats offers a large selection of commercial rubber gym floor tiles and foam mats. These interlocking tiles satisfy many different use cases. A customer might use these high-density models at schools, at professional gymnasiums, or at home gyms.

Interlocking rubber floor tiles are a perfect floor protection solution. For a tough, durable surface for free weight and exercise equipment floors, these are perfect. Other selections include foam floor mats and modular plastic. We have a line of high quality units for indoor sports, like basketball and volleyball.

Interlocking Gym Flooring Tiles

Our versatile gym flooring tiles are a smart choice for nearly any athletics install. Please contact us for help with determining the right gym floor tiles for the desired application.

Interlocking foam floor tiles feature edges that resemble a jigsaw puzzle. This simplifies installation. They pop together tightly, preventing tripping from a raised seam.

Anyone can set these up with little experience required. They fit tightly with very little effort and no adhesive required.

These are especially good for a temporary install. Disassembly is fast, allowing for a return to the original subflooring.

Rubber Gym Floor Tiles for Commercial Installations

Rubbery shock absorbing products yield a high level of durability. They are popular in areas where a heavy weight workout will occur.

We offer these in varying coverage sizes. Try our straight edge 4x6, 4x8, or 4x10 foot rubber mats. Or for a large coverage area that's easy to clean, consider our rolls.

Basic black is the most common color. However, Greatmats does offer custom colored selections. Customers appreciate this option for providing an interesting design in exercise rooms.

Some schools will order rubber gym flooring tiles to match the school colors. This yields a sense of pride in the athletic facilities. Greatmats easily fills small minimum orders of individual colors. Just contact us for design questions.

If working on a limited budget, we provide plenty of choices. Rubber gym flooring rolls cover a lot of space at a low price. Ours yields a good value per square foot of coverage.

These carry a 4’ width as a standard size. This allows installers to limit the number of seams. We will give a customer custom cut lengths for any area.

Our rolls appear in multiple colors. We have all-black and black with 10 percent color flecks available. We stock this product in our Wisconsin warehouse, meaning shipments are fast.

Plastic Gym Floor Tiles

Durable raised PVC will provide both cushioning and durability, ranking nicely in terms of comfort and strength.

These are nice options for colored floorings at an affordable cost. Use them for cardio or aerobics studios, CrossFit gyms, or play areas.

PVC is ideal for installs over carpet. In a damp basement where moisture is a concern, these work nicely too. They allow air to flow beneath each tile.

Soft plastic modular gym floor tiles showcase the latest technology. They have durability, cushioning, and longevity. They are great for aerobics and small hand weights. Our gym flooring tiles are durable.

These will interlock easily. They'll stay connected, even when placed under stress. No glue is required for installation of these long lasting models.

Our Staylock Orange Peel Gym Floor Tiles yield plyometric and ergonomic benefits. These have an ASTM fall height rating of 20 inches. They have a typical lifespan of 20 years.

Gym Flooring Tiles With Foam

Workouts like combat arts, cheerleading, gymnastics, or aerobics succeed on foam gym flooring. These have a comfortable surface with anti fatigue properties that are forgiving on the joints of athletes.

Installing these is a piece of cake. They don't weigh much, and one person can move them into place quickly. They are available in thicknesses from 1/2 to 1-5/8 inches.

Our Pro Martial Arts 20 mm are great mats for those on a tight budget.

Installation and Maintenance

These are easy to install as a DIY project. Because they interlock, they will not require glue. They can be cut for wall-to-wall installs.

Protect these with regular cleaning and maintenance. Use common floor cleaners to make them last longer. Always use a neutral pH cleaning product.

Benefits of Gym Floor Tiles

  1. Manageable size
  2. Interlocked edges equal a simple DIY job
  3. Replace a single piece, not the entire layout
  4. Wasted matting is minimized
  5. Color varieties
  6. Suitable for pro-level applications

Best Gym Floor Tiles Material

A customer can assemble and disassemble interlocked tilings quickly, making them ideal for temp use cases.

For those who need lightweight units for easy transport, plastic or foam are the better choices.

Rubberized units are heavier, while also standing up to heavy weights. They will protect the subfloor from damage too. They don’t suffer from indentations over time from the equipment. They are the smartest choice to keep the subfloor protected from dropped free weights.

Where students will crash to the ground in martial arts practice, a gym mat flooring option using foams yields safety from falls. These work well in settings where cushioning and comfort are important. They resist scuffs.

Look to use PVC when creating a home gym flooring over concrete in a basement that may be damp. These allow for airflow beneath and around them, eliminating excess moisture. They have a nice level of strength for exercise mats. They also provide a sure footing, which is great for aerobic and cardio workouts.

Interlocking Gym Mats

Interlocked commercial gym flooring allows for a flat, finished edge for any type of installation. Customers have the option of cutting each one. Score it with a knife first. Then snap it apart, creating a flat edge.

Installers could purchase border pieces separately instead of cutting for an island design in the middle of a room. These connect tightly to the main part to deliver the straight edging. The borders will stay in place when subjected to regular workouts.

FAQ Gym Floor Tiles Q&A

What are the top floorings for a gymnasium?
If comparing foams, woods, and plastics to a rubberized unit, each has its advantages and disadvantages. Think about the type of use case plan and then make a selection.

Is EVA good for gym floor tiles?
Yes. Foam flooring tiles are ideal for athletic studios. The surface resists scuffing from shoes and boots. They consist of lead- and latex-free EVA for a safe environment. We do not recommend them for barbells or workout machines. Constant pressure will indent it, and these indents will become permanent eventually.

How thick should gym flooring be?
Versatility is a key component. Our customers can pick from multiple thickness measurements, ranging between 0.25 and 1.25 inches. Thicker ones have more cushion. Thicker matting provides noise dampening and guards the subfloor better than a thinner model.

Does a treadmill need matting under it?
To guard subfloors, rubberized mattings are a smart idea. This works well to support heavy equipment like weight machines, stationary bikes, and treadmills. These will maintain their shape, even under extreme stress.

How do you lay rubber gym tiles?
The puzzle-style edging allows for a tight fit to the wall. Cut them for perfect fits. We also offer options for premade straight edges without cutting through borders. Most people can perform DIY installations of these. A couple of people can carry and align them during installations.

Which Gym Floor Is Right For You