Rubber Mats

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Rubber Fatigue Mats

Deploying rubber anti-fatigue mats in standing work environments at manufacturing facilities is a smart idea. They are a great choice for anyone who must frequently stand on a hard surface. Please explore our huge variety of fatigue mats to choose the best option for your area.

Included in the anti-fatigue line are rubber anti-fatigue mats with diamond plate surface textures, such as our 2x3 Cushion Comfort Mats.

Rubber Gym Flooring Rolls

It's important to remember that rolled rubber flooring will be quite hefty and will require multiple people to help with the installation. But it does cover a lot of space quickly, which is why this type of rubber mat is a best seller.

Each rubber mat roll is 4 feet wide and available in lengths up to 50 feet.

4x6 Mats

Rubber mats with 1/2 inch thicknesses or greater usually measure 4x6 feet in size or smaller and serve as a workout mat or stall mat. We have 4x6 rubber products with straight edges that allow them to be installed against walls or adjacent to others. It combines to create a beautiful surface.

Interlocking Rubber Mat

These DIY selections are most often found in a smaller 2x2 or 3x3 foot size with interlocking edges to fasten them together. A system utilizing rubber tiles is ideal for tight spaces since they are easier to maneuver and less product will be wasted.

4x6 interlocking rubber mats are generally designed for use as horse stall mats.

Rubber Mat Thicknesses

The thickness of a rubber mat will directly relate to its ability to absorb shock and protect the subfloor in the process. Thick mats offer extra protection with more support options and shock absorption than thinner designs. Thick commercial-grade rubber mats are often used in horse stalls, while those in a 2x2 foot size are popular outdoors on decks and patios, underneath playground equipment, and on rooftops.

But they can be found indoors too to protect subfloors in weightlifting areas or beneath heavier workout equipment. Anything over 3/4 inch thick for indoor use is designed for heavy weightlifting areas where free weights will be dropped frequently.

Many of these also offer some of the best cushioning for plyometric-style exercises. 1-inch thick large rubber gym mats are great for heavy weight support. A shock-absorbent, sound-reducing rubber mat for a weight room is available with proven results against dropped weights.

Vulcanized rubber matting will not require the same amount of thickness as non-vulcanized matting to yield the same durability, but it will have a stronger new smell and generally be much harder.

Rooftop patios generally have 2-inch thick slip-resistant outdoor rubber mats or deck tiles to ensure there is enough weight to keep them in place during strong winds.

Playgrounds should have a 2”-plus outdoor rubber mat designed specifically to provide optimum fall protection.

Athletic Matting

Rubber has extreme durability, and its strength makes it a popular choice for athletic applications. Most of our high-quality gym floor mats range from 1/4'' to 1” thick. These are useful for high-traffic athletic areas as well as for any space that will see significant impacts, like weightlifting rooms.

Recycled rubber is strong, so it offers excellent subfloor protection. Many opt to install rubber mats as garage flooring for home gyms where free weights may be dropped. Customers may also set them underneath heavy equipment to offer additional protection to the home gym flooring. Because it is dense, it resists being indented - even by significant weight.

If you're looking for durability with more cushion, consider our plyometric mats, which still have excellent protection for the subfloor, but their composition is a bit less dense than what is found in traditional rubberized products. As a result, they have a little bit of give to them, making them comfortable for jumping. We do not recommend plyometric rubber flooring for areas where heavy weights will be dropped.

Kitchen Fatigue Mats

Commercial kitchen rubber mats can improve comfort and relieve tired legs for anyone who needs to spend long hours on their feet.

Industrial Rubber Mats

Industrial environments can have harsh elements, such as grease and oil, but many of our mats are made to withstand those very elements that would damage cheaper models. Many are resistant to grease and are designed to prevent slipping to improve safety for employees. Others are designed to withstand welding sparks or control static electricity in high heat and electrically sensitive environments.

Rubber Drainage Mats

To cover wet areas, such as in basements, garages, kitchens, or even laundry rooms, perforations will keep employees' feet dry and out of the water. They let liquids run right through them, so the top stays dry. Some mats have designs that help to further maximize traction, like grit incorporated into the top layer.

Look for bright yellow edging (or other colors) to increase safety and visibility. Some have a beveled edge for easy accessibility with cart traffic and to reduce tripping hazards. In addition to smaller individual units, some runners measure as long as 60’ to quickly cover the cement base in a warehouse.

Rooftop Matting

Rooftop surface mats can be placed directly over the rubber membrane of a commercial roof or outdoor patio. They deliver slip resistance in all kinds of weather. Some may even offer a fall height rating that makes for a safer surface.

They are extremely resilient, even if exposed to the harshest weather conditions. They won't split or crack in the extreme cold, and they're heavy enough that most windy weather won't lift them.

Playground Mattings

Non slip exercise mat systems for playgrounds are often glued down, which gives the outside installation permanence. These outdoor mats help to maximize the safety of children at play. They are sold with fall ratings ranging from 6’ to 10’, so they're suitable for use with a variety of equipment.

Many of our rubber playground mats come in the form of interlocking tiles, as the interlock system keeps the mats tightly held together for safety. And offer the opportunity for a DIY installation.

Entrance Mattings

Many large rubber floor mats are also designed to work in entryways. These mats are highly durable and are designed to offer great traction, even when wet. They also help prevent sand, dirt, and debris from being tracked into a building. It can minimize daily cleanup efforts, and it is available in many designs and colors to suit the building's decor.

If you're looking for a scraper door mat, Greatmats offers options for that, such as the Ridge Scraper Mat. These rubber door mats are great for enhancing traction for safety.

Cutting 4x6 Workout Mats

  1. Using a pen, mark where the cutting should happen.
  2. Place a 2x4 board under the rubber floor mat.
  3. Set up a guide along the line.
  4. Score along the straight edge guide with a sharp utility knife, allowing gravity to pull open the cutting over the 2x4.
  5. Continue scoring until going all the way through the material.

Rubber Mats for Horses

Horse stall mats are some of the most common multi-purpose rubber mats. Their durability is suitable for long-term use, even with animals weighing more than 1000 pounds. Many are also vulcanized to prevent any chance of liquid absorption. Some even have ring-shaped holes in them to serve as drainage mats.

FAQ Rubber Mat Q&A

Is a rubber mat worth it?

Large mats deliver very few seams at a lower price per square foot, making them ideal both for commercial and residential spaces. These are particularly beneficial for high-traffic areas since the rubbery material is firmer and more durable than plastic or foam cushioned products. When used at work, they can transform hard concrete subfloors into a softer, safer work space.

How do you attach rubber mats in a stall?

The heavy-duty stall mats do not require glue-down installation. In most cases, they’re heavy enough for animal stalls that no attachment is needed.

Are rubber floor tiles toxic?

They do have an odd odor, similar to a new car smell, that some people find off-putting, but it dissipates over time.