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Interlocking Rubber Weight Room Rolled Rubber Flooring & Lifting Mats

Rubber weight room flooring and lifting 4x6 mats, 4 ft wide rolls and commercial tiles

Weight Room Flooring Customers

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Weight Room Flooring Features

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Consider Weight Room Flooring To:

  1. Outfit your home weight room, or convert a garage or basement into a weight lifting mat space
  2. Economically create a weight room in schools
  3. Invest in a professional quality weight training room perfect for a university or commercial gym
  4. Protect your subfloor from potential damage from dropped weights
  5. Create a safe workout and weight lifting mat space
  6. Cut down on noise in areas where free weights and weight machines will be used

With so many weight lifting floor mats available, let's take a look at some of our most popular options.

Rubber Weight Lifting Mats

Rubber weight lifting mats are made of low-odor recycled rubber and are favored for their excellent durability. These strong, dense mats can help to protect your subfloor in case of dropped weights. The thicker the mats or tiles, the more protection you will provide your floor. Most of our weight room flooring is made in the USA and comes with 5 to 15 year warranties.

When choosing rubber weight mats, you'll be able to pick from mats ranging from 1/4 inch to 1.5 inches thick. The mats are also available in a range of color options. In areas of heavy lifting where weights will intentionally be dropped, you'll want a bare minimum of a 3/4 inch thickness to provide proper shock absorption and weight distribution.

Consider the following benefits of rubber weight room floor:

  1. Extremely durable - rubber weight mats are suitable for traffic of commercial and home applications
  2. Strong, dense mats are excellent options for protecting your subfloor
  3. Shock absorption and weight distribution properties create an ideal weight lifting environment for both athletes and equipment
  4. A range of colors means you can customize the appearance of your weight room
  5. Warranties ranging between 5 and 15 years, allowing you to buy with confidence

If you're looking for rubber workout room flooring, you're in luck. We have plenty of options to choose from.

Interlocking rubber weight lifting mats offer the most color options, and they're also easy to install. Choose from nine different colors, or alternate tile colors to create an eye-catching pattern. Made of durable SBR (styrene-butadiene rubber) material, these rubber tiles offer plenty of protection against dropped weights.

One of the major benefits of these tiles is how easily they can be installed. The 2x2 foot tiles are sized so that they are easy to carry, and their interlocking design creates a seamless look that won't pull apart. There is no adhesive required for installation, and this tile creates a clean, professional appearance. It's suitable for both commercial and home installations.

Interlocking weight room flooring do not require adhesives for installation. These tiles also reduce the amount of waste when cutting to fit spaces for wall-to-wall installation, in comparison to installation of rolls of rubber.

Larger 3x3 foot rubber tiles are helpful when covering larger areas, since these larger tiles have fewer seams.

Rubber flooring rolls are our most economical weight room flooring option. Starting at just over $1 per square foot, these rolls are ideal for large-scale installations. The rolls come in 4-foot widths and are available in lengths up to 50 feet, so they are a great general purpose weight room surface. You can also add mats on top of rolled rubber floors in areas that may need extra protection.

Our rubber rolls are available in 20 different color fleck options, so you can customize the appearance of your facility. You can also choose from 1/4 inch and 1/2 inch thicknesses to best suit your weight room needs. Additionally, a 10-year warranty means you can confidently invest in rubber flooring rolls.

One-inch thick weight room floor offers excellent protection, thanks to their durable 1-inch thickness. These commercial grade mats offer superior noise and shock absorption, and are made to withstand heavy impact for years. The mats feature an easy pin together installation and will enhance the look of your facility while providing a tough workout and training floor.

These mats are slip resistant both when wet and dry, making them an ideal safe workout space.

The UltraTile Rubber Weight Floor consists of 1-inch thick American-made rubber tile. This floor, available in four premium colors, has a recycled rubber base and virgin rubber top designed to be highly durable for years of use. This rubber floor features an easy-to-use dowel rod fastening system, and a pedestal underside which keeps cables and wires secure and hidden. Designed to coordinate with leading fitness equipment and interior flooring, these high quality tiles will enhance the look of your facility while providing a tough, shock-absorbing workout and training floor. Offering excellent shock and noise absorption, this flooring is a top choice for any facility that sees high traffic.

FlexeCork Interlocking Cork Rubber Tiles are designed for weight rooms that will see extreme use and abuse. These tiles have excellent shock absorbing properties, and are made from recycled cork and rubber. With a non-skid surface, these tiles incorporate the natural insect repellent and antimicrobial properties of cork. Measuring 3x3 feet and 1/2 inch thick, these tiles have interlocking edges for an easy installation. There's no glue required and the tiles create an aesthetically pleasing design statement.

Foam as Workout Room Flooring

While rubber is a popular weight room flooring option, foam can also be a great choice for weight lifting mats. Foam is softer than rubber and provides more of a cushion for a comfortable surface that many people prefer. It's important to realize that foam won't withstand the same level of abuse that rubber weight lifting mats will - or allow the same level of output for olympic lifting. Because of these qualities, foam is more appropriate as a casual and recreation home weight room flooring. It is especially popular for exercises in which knees and elbows support weight on the floor.

Foam flooring offers the following benefits:

  1. Cushioned surface provides superior comfort
  2. Shock absorption is suitable for workouts that include jumping
  3. Lightweight, foam is easier to handle for small, DIY installations

Choosing Your Weight Room Flooring

Whether you are creating a weight room at home, school, or as a commercial gym, Greatmats has you covered with dozens of quality flooring options at a guaranteed best price.

The Greatmats online Pro Floor Planner and designer is a convenient and easy way to create and determine just how much flooring you will need for your installation.

With the Pro Floor Planner, simply:

  1. Enter your weight room floor dimensions,
  2. Choose products and flooring colors,
  3. Create a floor design if desired,
  4. And get flooring product quantities needed for your project.

There's no guesswork involved, and you can plan out exactly how you want your finished weight room to look.