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Interlocking foam mats are a versatile and affordable way to convert homes or basements into safe and soft anti-fatigue locations. Interlocking foam tiles are easy to install, making them an accessible option for almost any homeowner.

The interlocking foam squares can be installed in minutes. Press them together like a puzzle and cover anywhere from 4 to 10.76 sq. ft. per puzzle mat.

Interlocking Foam Floor Mats

Interlocking foam mats for toddlers are popular for use in a kids' play area as well as for home exercise, aerobic workouts, and indoor playgrounds. They add safety and cushion while increasing the versatility of any hard subfloor. We've highlighted some product ideas below.

Puzzle foams are soft flooring, making them an ideal choice for children's play spaces. These absorb shock, helping to reduce and prevent injury and creating a safe area for playtime.

The interlocking foam squares that we offer for kids' spaces are free of both lead and latex. They're safe for young children. EVA foam flooring tiles don’t absorb water, so spills are no big deal.

Consider our multipurpose 5/8 Premium product. These are available in numerous bright colors. Choose the best color to match the décor in a room. Or order them in multiple colors to yield fun patterns.

Interlocking foam mats are great for home gym flooring where a cushioned, shock-absorbing surface is desired, and they are available in up to 1.5 inches of thickness. In many cases, they even eliminate the need for an individual gym or yoga mat.

If you're looking for a flooring option that allows for exercise equipment to be placed on top, the denser the material the better - especially in the equipment is heavy as foam mats will indent under heavy weight. Its ability to rebound to its original shape is dependent on several factors, including:
  1. foam density
  2. weight of equipment
  3. how long the equipment is left in place

Affordable Interlocking Basement Mats

Our interlocking foam mats resist water, mold, and mildew. This makes them a smart choice for use in basements. Interlocking foam tiles can be installed atop concrete. This increases the livability of the space.

They are comfortable to stand on and are warmer than concrete or wood. They work as an insulator, similar to carpeting. The subfloor will be room temperature instead of cold, as occurs with cement or wood. These allow enjoyment of the lower level of the home in all seasons.

We even have multiple interlocking carpet tiles that feature an attached foam base and puzzle-style edges.

Planning to transform basements into home gyms? Our Exercise and Play Mat is perfect for that exact use. These are equipped with a durable top surface texture that will withstand the use of sports shoes.

These are often used for martial arts studios, workout areas, and toddler rooms. These are lightweight and extremely portable, so navigating narrow stairways or small spaces is no problem. Installs go fast.

To match the theme of family rooms or basement bars, some of our customers prefer to use our Wood Grain Reversible. The 1/2'' faux wooden finish layer is waterproof and easily cleanable.

These interlocking foam floor tiles are waterproof and do not absorb liquids. If seeping moisture is an issue in the basement, it won't damage this model. The attractive wooden finish looks like the real thing, creating a beautiful space.

Trade Show Booth Floors

These are ideal for booths at trade shows. Foam mat flooring is highly comfortable and forgiving, which is a must-have when spending long hours standing for work. Use the multiple color and designer options to create something unique.

Looking for something distinctive and lightweight for convention booths? Our Comfort Tile Plus may be perfect. These have eye-catching contemporary hardwood designs that will make the booth immediately stand out from the competition.

They can come with beveled edges that are not a tripping hazard, no matter what size booth or display is in use.

Horse Stall Matting

Equestrians traveling to competitions face a frustrating, repetitive problem. The rubber material is heavy. Dragging it out of a trailer and into a temporary stall is a cumbersome and tiring process.

That's why our durable, high-quality, high-density foam interlocking floor tiles are the perfect alternative. These are strong enough to withstand the weight of horses without being damaged. Yet, they yield a forgiving stall that is easy to clean.

Our Gym Floor Pebble Top is a highly durable option. It is suitable for use as a temporary horse stall mat. The non-slip pebbled top layer maximizes the horse's traction for improved safety. They are two-sided to ensure maximum value and use. They're easily loaded into and out of a trailer.

We offer great value with these. Our products outperform interlocking foam mats found elsewhere. We also provide a better value than interlocking foam tiles elsewhere.

Dog Agility Flooring Systems

Ours are highly popular with canine trainers. These have better comfort than dirt or concrete. These keep dogs cleaner and safer.

Ours provide enough traction to prevent dogs from slipping during training. They maximize the amount of time that dogs can train while minimizing pressure on joints and ligaments. Our connecting squares lead to increased productivity and comfort for both the owner and the dog.

The soft tiles will indent and show scratches from the animal’s toenails. But the functionality of the pieces will be unaffected by these superficial markings. Our Dog Agility Matting is great for use in both agility and training facilities.

These won't soak up moisture. They're double-sided. As one side becomes worn, just reverse it to get the most use out of it.

Installing Foam Interlocking Squares

Place them directly atop hard surfaces, including a hardwood living room floor or a cement basement or garage floor. No underlayment or adhesive is required for installation.

Instead, set the connecting floor tiles atop the subflooring and pop the puzzled edging together. They'll fit securely and won't separate during use.

For wall-to-wall installations, cut these to fit using a sharp utility knife, using straight edges for guidance. Many come with removable borders to generate a clean, finished side for an island installation.

If one tile ever becomes worn or damaged, just replace that single piece, rather than replacing the entire flooring. To expand it in the future, just add pieces and reposition the borders.

Puzzle Foam Connecting Mats Benefits

  1. Make a space safer and more forgiving for athletic activities and martial arts
  2. No adhesive needed
  3. These provide a thermal buffer from cold subfloors, ideal for bare feet
  4. Fast cleanups save time and money
  5. Installation is easy and takes minutes
  6. Cut them to fit without professional help
  7. Only replace a damaged piece instead of the entire layout
  8. Expand anytime simply by adding on

FAQ Interlocking Foam Mats Q&A

How do you clean interlocking foam mats?
Start by sweeping or gently vacuuming the surface. (Some vacuums could mar certain surfaces.) Damp mop the surface if needed. For a stubborn stain, consider using a scrubber brush.

Do interlocking foam mats reduce noise?
Yes, by a significant amount. These will be sitting nicely over hardwoods or concrete, muffling quite a bit of the sound that the youngsters are making. Use them upstairs or downstairs to have a quieter, more relaxing house.

How do you sanitize interlocking foam tiles?
After removing the dry debris, sanitizing them is no problem. Use a gentle disinfecting cleaner to avoid causing discoloration. For quick cleanups, anti-bacterial wipes will work nicely too.

Where can I buy interlocking foam mats?
At Greatmats, we offer a wide assortment of models, each suitable for different applications. Most Greatmats connecting floor mats come with border strips to create an island layout with a finished edge.

How do foam puzzle mats compare to interlocking PVC and rubber tiles?
All three options are flexible. Foam is the lightest and most cushioned option of the three. Rubber is the most durable. None of them will absorb water, but flooring made of rubber puzzle pieces is most likely to allow some permeation if soaked for long periods of time or pressure washed. For that reason, rubber tiles are often classified as partially nonabsorbent or water-resistant.

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