Vinyl Gym Flooring

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Gym Vinyl Flooring for Home and Commercial Facilities

Greatmats offers a variety of gym floor models suitable for residential gymnasiums, professional athletic facilities, and school basketball courts. Commonly used for supporting heavy weights are rolls or interlocking gym flooring tiles.

Some look and feel like hardwood, yet provide shock absorption, while others are brightly colored and can transform a space. There are plenty of choices for modular gym flooring options. Once the space is complete, don't forget to outfit it with wall pads, pole or post padding, and protective covers, all of which we have in stock.

Benefits of a Gym Floor

  1. Extra comfortable workout spaces that help to soften the brunt of falls
  2. Provides appropriate traction for a variety of activities
  3. It can withstand heavy traffic, keeping the area looking great
  4. Low maintenance and easy to install and care for

Choosing the Right Gym Floors

  1. Consider the activities for which it will be used
  2. Determine how much traffic it is likely to see
  3. Think about the size of the space
  4. Determine which qualities are most important, such as durability, cost, and appearance
  5. Decide whether using a professional installation or a DIY project

Workout Floor Mats

While exploring the various choices available, consider which format is ideal for the gym floor project.

Vinyl rolls are a great way to cover large spaces with minimal seams. These are often the most economical choice for large projects. Keep in mind, though, that a roll of vinyl flooring for gym can be very heavy and will require multiple people for install.

Individual tilings tend to be pricier than a roll, but they can also result in less wasted material for smaller projects.

Wood Grain Vinyls

If looking for the classic, eye-catching appearance of a wooden gym floor without the expense and maintenance associated with traditional hardwood, our commercial gym flooring is a great option.

Our MaxTile Raised is available in six beautiful wood stain patterns that look just like the real thing. These feature a durable vinyl upper layer and a raised bottom that allows air to flow underneath them. When used for sports or courts in commercial gyms, it is smartest to place these over a rubber mat underlayment.

Our TileFlex is another waterproof selection that never needs refinishing. These appear in 10 different finishes and ship with a limited decade-long warranty.

Another softer gym floor that looks similar to wooden planks is the Aerobic Pro Tile. This tile is made of foam, yet it offers the correct density for aerobics. It's non absorbent and easy to clean. It is tough enough for use with athletic footwear.

These can be dry laid for a fast installation. Then pull them up again if they’re needed to be moved in the future.

Plastic Gymnasium Floorings

For a more colorful route for indoor spaces for exercising, consider our Court Flat Top. Offered in red, blue, black, and gray, these 1 sq ft polypropylene plastic units are durable enough to handle 20,000 pounds per square foot of static load.

They use a tab and loop connector system that holds them tightly together, but they’re also designed to be repeatedly disassembled and reassembled as needed. Paint lines on them to make basketball and volleyball courts. They come with a limited 10-year warranty.

Another colorful gym floor would be our StayLock Orange Peel or Bump Top. These 1x1 ft tilings are made of PVC plastic and fit well as gym tiles in exercise rooms or basements. StayLock is both waterproof and resistant to oils and acids. The average lifespan is 20 years, ensuring plenty of use out of it.

Rubberized Floorings for Gymnasiums

This is a preferred surface for gyms that need some shock absorbing properties and excellent durability. Depending on their thickness, these can help to protect the subfloor from dropped barbells and are strong enough to endure dropping weights and barbells. It provides both sound and thermal insulation, making for a more enjoyable workout environment.

These can come in many different forms. These are popular for large areas, since they result in fewer seams and are less expensive. Tilings, however, are easier to manage as they are smaller and lighter weight.

FAQ Gym Floor Q&A

What is the best gym mat flooring?
Our Pebble Top Gym Floor Tile is one of the best garage gym flooring selections seen anywhere. These 2x2 foot interlocked units are ideal for any workouts. They are made of super high density and durable EVA foam tiles that are designed to withstand the weight of exercise equipment. They are waterproof and double sided for a longer life.

What is the best floor for home gyms?
PVC gym floor tiles are a manageable size and weight and can often be lifted by one person. This format is preferred for smaller jobs at the house, since installation is simple and can be done without calling in a professional. They are available with different connecting designs, though many feature edges that resemble puzzle pieces, allowing for an easy and secure interlocking connection.

Are EVA foams good for gymnasiums?
Yes. Foam is a softer, more cushioned surface, though some designs are not intended for use underneath hefty equipment. It does provide an ideal surface for aerobics, repetitive exercises, high impact exercises, or gymnast exercises.

Do you need shock athletic gym flooring rolls?
It depends a little bit on the planned usage. For non-impact sessions, almost any subflooring is fine. But where softness is a key for aerobics workouts that are tough on lower body joints, our Wood Performa Bolt consists of indoor vinyl gym mats bonded to foams with a wooden grain design. This is commercial grade and comes in a 6x60 foot roll, complete with a cushioned backing for athletes. It is also non-absorbent and boasts a 15-year limited warranty. It's an excellent way to use a vinyl gym floor mat for cushioning.

How do you lay out home gym flooring?
Selecting puzzled edges pieces will greatly simplify the layout, as they can be pressed together like a jigsaw puzzle. They often can be used for cut to fit installations with a sharp utility knife. They can be installed quickly and easily, and there are no special tools required. Adhesives are typically not needed either.