Rubber Flooring Rolls - Gym & Weight Room Floors

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Types & Styles of Rubber Flooring Rolls

Greatmats offers many styles of rubber flooring rolls designed to cover large areas, home or commercial gym installations, and other applications.

Greatmats offers rubber roll flooring at the most competitive pricing in the USA, representing most major rubber roll manufacturers and providing nationwide shipping with optimum production lead times. There is no project or request too large or too small.

Costs for rubber flooring material can vary based on thickness and the amount of color fleck in the mix. Most color mixed over 20% are custom order with large minimum order quantities per color. The vast majority of customers find suitable options for installations with products at 20% color or less.

Color Options

For rubber flooring rolls, you can choose from all-black rolls or those with speckled colors, available in 10 or 20% variations. For those requiring a more personalized touch, custom-colored rolls are also accessible, albeit in larger quantities.

Typically, the color speckles incorporated into the flooring are made from an EPDM color material known for its durability and color stability. This variety in color and customization options enables you to meet your space's functional requirements and enhance its visual appeal.

Thickness Options

As a commercial gym owner, your selection of rubber flooring is crucial for ensuring the durability and safety of your facility. The most common choice for areas under exercise equipment and where light weights are dropped is a 3/8-inch thick rubber mat roll. This thickness provides a balanced combination of cushioning and stability, ideal for daily wear and tear.

If your gym does not anticipate heavy weights being dropped, an 8 mm thickness is also a suitable option, offering sufficient protection for the floor while maintaining a comfortable surface for your clientele.

Affordable Solutions

Opting for ¼ inch rubber flooring rolls for your gym floors presents a practical and cost-effective solution, particularly suitable for areas under bikes and treadmills. This thickness ensures a stable and supportive surface, conducive to cardio equipment's functionality while providing a layer of protection for the underlying floor.

As you plan your gym's layout, incorporating ¼ inch rubber matting can streamline your budget and result in significant cost savings, allowing you to allocate resources more efficiently across other aspects of your facility.

Green Flooring Solution

When you select rubber matting rolls for your indoor installation, you choose an environmentally conscious product crafted from recycled material that is cohesively bound using urethane-based glue. This composition contributes to the sustainability of your project and ensures the flooring possesses excellent tensile strength, essential for enduring the rigors of heavy use.

Benefits of Rubber Floor Rolls

  • Protect subfloors, users, and equipment

  • Provide a non-slip, safe surface for people and animals

  • Provides a durable surface for high-traffic areas

Where To Use Rolled Rubber Flooring

Some of the most popular locations to install rubber mat rolls include:
  • Home Gyms: 4x10 Ft Home Rolls & Custom Cut Rolls
  • Commercial Gym Floors: Custom Cut Rolls & Fixed Length Rolls of 25 ft or 50 ft

  • Weight Rooms

  • Industrial Floors

  • Doggy Daycares

  • Outdoor Installations - Incorporating rubber rolls into outdoor projects, especially for walkways on rooftops, presents a versatile and durable flooring solution. However, it's essential to know that these materials are subject to expansion and contraction due to temperature fluctuations. If you are looking for a waterproof option, this inherent characteristic requires careful consideration during installation to ensure longevity and maintain structural integrity.

  • Underlayments - When selecting rolls of rubber for an underlayment, you'll find they are typically available in 2 mm or 3 mm thicknesses. These options are not intended to serve as the final surface in a room; instead, their purpose is to lie beneath other types of finished flooring, such as tiles or vinyl dance flooring. This layer plays a crucial role in enhancing the longevity and comfort of the overlying floor by providing additional insulation, noise reduction, and support.

Rubber Rolls Q&A

What is the best rolled rubber floor for a home gym?

Our best-selling option is a mat roll that measures 4x10 feet with a 1/4 inch thickness for home gym applications. These rolled mats are designed to be shipped directly to your door via ground service, simplifying upgrading your workout space. Their dimensions and construction make them easy for you to install without professional help and eliminate the need for tape during installation.

How long are rubber flooring rolls?

Our rolled rubber mat lengths can be custom cut to length as needed by the customer and are also commonly available in 25 and 50 ft lengths at 4 ft widths. Most rolled rubber orders will ship via freight. We also stock 4x10 foot rolls that can ship via ground delivery to your door.

How do you install rubber floor rolls?

Residential or commercial rubber rolls can be dry-laid for small installations. For larger installs, they can be taped or glued down. Whether the goal is to dampen noise, absorb impact, insulate, or provide no-slip traction, they work for any occasion and can be laid out quickly.

What are the best low-odor rubber flooring options?

Recycled rubber flooring can have some rubber smell. In the mats with the most smell, most of the bad smell is coming from the sulfur bonding agent in the mats. Many 4x6 rubber mats such as horse stall mats are made using a re-vulcanization manufacturing process that includes the use of sulfur as the binding agent. These mats have the highest smell and should be avoided for in-home installations.

Most roll-out rubber and many interlocking rubber tiles have a urethane bonding agent. For home gyms and most commercial gym flooring installations, we recommend rolled rubber or interlocking tiles. If you are concerned about odor, look for a flooring option that uses a urethane bonding agent.

Is rubber flooring waterproof?

Generally, a rubber roll is not vulcanized and is water-resistant rather than waterproof. A non-vulcanized rubber matting roll is only partially non-absorbent. Water will infiltrate the material over time when submerged repeatedly or power-washed regularly. Avoid soaking or power washing the rubber flooring roll. To dry it, hand dry it or elevate it off the ground for air drying.