Indoor & Outdoor Rubber Tiles

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Rubber Flooring Tiles: Gym, Decking, Playground, and Home Use

Pavers for Decks

Outdoor pavers are made of recyclable material. These are designed to withstand the elements in all climates. These are found in 1” to 5” thicknesses and are intended for use on flat surfaces, such as patios, deck coverings, and rooftops.

Often, these have straight edgings. However, some feature an interlocked tab system for easy DIY installation, and these are great for rooftop applications where using glue is not an option.

Rubberized pavers are designed to keep water from pooling on top. They can generally be installed atop any flat and hard surface, including crushed stone, concrete, wood, or similar. They should not, however, be installed directly over dirt or grass.

Rooftop Deck Tiles

Because rooftop deck tiles are easy to install, they can make a great DIY project for homeowners. They have the advantage of being small enough to be easily transported while also being heavy enough to withstand strong winds and rainstorms.

Playground Rubber Tiles

For playground installations, Greatmats has an outdoor tile with a height rating of up to 10 feet to guard against falls. There are outdoor interlocking rubber floor tiles that will also work indoors. (Those created for use indoors generally have less odor than those for outdoor use.) Both require flat and firm surfaces for installation and are designed to provide a clean and safe play surface for kids.

Choose these for areas where kids will be playing on equipment at playgrounds or other places where falling is a concern. Use landscape fabric underneath for the best results when installing atop crushed rock. This will prevent weeds and grass from growing between tiles.

Whether building playgrounds, using home gym mats, or upgrading a horse barn, this flooring will not disappoint. The convenient size cuts down on concerns about how much these weigh if a single person is attempting to transport and install our heavy-duty American-made floor mats. Why not benefit from the comfort, durability, and stylish benefits of outdoor rubber tiles?

Weight Room Rubber Gym Floor Tiles

There are multiple ways to use these for weightlifting. Additionally, indoor rubber flooring tiles are used in a locker room, a gym, or an athletic space. Because these are highly durable and strong, they can protect subflooring from dropped weights in basements and can even be used beneath heavy gym equipment.

These are the perfect option for high-traffic spots, as they’re economical and long-lasting. Thick rubber mats for athletics are offered in thicknesses ranging from 1/2'' to more than 2”.

Residential installers will appreciate the convenience and durability rubber tiles provide due to their ease of installation and limited waste. Commercial installers and contractors will often choose these too, not only for convenient installation but also for durability and LEED benefits, as many of these are manufactured from recycled rubber.

Connection methods vary by product. The most common feature is a puzzle edge, but straight edges are also available.

These are offered in various configurations, including 100 percent black as well as 10-, 20-, and 90-percent colored flecks. Custom orders are available by request with minimum order quantities. With interlocked edges, there’s no need for adhesive to lay this out, which is ideal for basements. Laying out these pieces is far easier than trying to use outdoor spray rubber flooring materials at playgrounds.

Our UltraTile Weight Floors feature a simple connection method. They are available in several designer colors for a professional design that is second to none. UltraTiles measure a full 1”, which provides maximum protection for the subfloor from free weights.

While rubber squares consist of an extremely dense configuration, certain environments, such as those with high heat or humidity, may cause them to expand slightly. It is often advised to allow 1/8 to 1/4 inch of space around the perimeter to accommodate this expansion and prevent buckling.

FAQ Rubber Tiles Q&A

What are the benefits of a rubber tile?
This material is able to stand up to rough treatment while providing some ergonomic benefits, and it will last a long time. Some of the advantages it has include:
  1. DIY installations
  2. Puzzle edges rarely require adhesive
  3. Extremely durable and will last for years
  4. Most are made from recycled tires
  5. Softer than concrete to the touch
  6. Guards subfloor surfaces from heavy objects

Are rubber tiles waterproof?
Sometimes. Should spills or rainstorms occur, they’re easy to clean. To clean them, simply spray them off with a garden hose.

Caution: Only use a power washer if the tiles are made from vulcanized rubber. Pressure washers can force water into the pores of non-vulcanized rubber.

They can be swept and then mopped with water and a mild household cleanser. Refer to the product description of the particular model that’s in use for detailed care and maintenance instructions.

What are rubber tiles used for?
Indoor or outdoor interlocking rubber tile design selections are used for resilient gym floors, garage flooring, and workshop areas, carrying anti fatigue properties. Rubber tiles are durable products created to protect subfloors from heavy furniture, exercise equipment, and weights, and they can help safeguard children from falls when playing.

Made from used automobile tires, these are firm and rugged, yet safe. They will not break down, freeze, or melt under extreme weather conditions. These materials have excellent shock absorbency, sound insulation, and thermal insulation at a fraction of the cost of many other home and commercial gym flooring materials.

How are rubber flooring tiles typically installed?
  1. Start the layout in a corner or on one wall of a room.
  2. Measure the final space in the layout
  3. Mark lines with a pen on the rubber gym flooring tiles that need to be cut.
  4. Slide a 2x4 board under the tile at the line.
  5. Align a straight edge with the cutting line.
  6. Cut with a sharp utility knife using a series of shallow scores, allowing the piece to fold over the edge of a 2x4, opening the cut until all the way through.