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Top 5 Best Rubber Flooring Options
  1. Rubber gym flooring rolls are economical
  2. Interlocking rubber floor mats for horse stalls
  3. Playground rubber interlocking tiles are easy to install
  4. Rooftop rubber paver tiles create comfortable outdoor spaces
  5. Home gym floors 4x10 ft rolls of rubber have free shipping

How To Choose Rubber Flooring
  1. Consider indoors or outdoors and the use type
  2. Review the size of the flooring project and budget
  3. Review the available rubber product color options compared to the room design
  4. Consider interlocking rubber tiles vs. rolled rubber
  5. Consider freight vs. ground delivery options

Commercial customers may use our high quality rubber flooring for weight rooms, horse stalls, playground flooring and rooftop flooring. Our rubber floor products are made in the United States, allowing our customers to count on the quality they’ll receive. Rubber flooring from Greatmats carry the best price points, no matter how large or small the order. Our network of factories around the country ensure we can find the best prices and shipping rates. For residential installations, rubber floor mats are a good option in home gym floors, basement floors, on rooftop and patios, or in horse stall areas.

Greatmats offers rubber flooring tiles that contain recycled rubber, which is economical and eco-friendly. Relying on recycled materials for roll out rubber floors helps keep tires out of the landfill.

What are the best rubber mat and rubber flooring options?
Flooring rubber is available in three configurations – rolls, mats, and tiles. Various choices of materials are available too. Each form of rubber has some advantages, depending on the particular use case required.

Rubber flooring rolls allow customers to cover a large area with rubberized flooring in a short amount of time at a great price point.

When using rolls of rubberized flooring, the installation will have fewer seams than using rubber pavers. Customers can glue down this type of flooring for a permanent installation or use carpet tape for a temporary installation.

Greatmats commonly offers rubber flooring roll products in 4-foot widths in all-black or in black with color flecks. Rolls may consist of recycled rubber or synthetic rubber.

Rubber floor mats work equally well for indoor and outdoor use cases. When installing the mats for floor installations outdoors, consider using them in a horse stall or on a playground under swings or a slide.

For indoor setups, shock absorbent rubber mat flooring is perfect to use in gymnasiums underneath free weights or heavy exercise equipment.

Greatmats offers multiple sizes rubber mats for floors, including those measuring 2x4 feet, 4x6 feet, and 4x10 feet. These mats are heavy, but they’re easier to move around than rolls of flooring rubber.

Top Benefits of Rubber Mats

  1. Nice price point for rubber
  2. These mats are easily moveable
  3. Some products will roll up for storage
  4. Extremely durable rubber mat products measure 3/4 inches in thickness

Rubber flooring tiles make use of interlocking edges, rather than straight edges like mats.

This style of rubber Burke flooring allows customers to tightly connect the individual floor tiles without the need for adhesives. Pop the tiles apart to return to the original sub-floor. Our tiles stack perfectly for storage in a closet.

The puzzle-style edges on these rubber tiles will fit together tightly. This means they stay connected when placed under stress.

Manufacturers sometimes cut these rubber floor tiles with a water jet. This delivers an extremely precise cut.

Another option is a stamping process. Stamping isn’t quite as precise as a water jet, but it still works well. Rubber tile products with water jet cutting will cost a little more per square foot than stamped tiles.

With interlocking rubber flooring, customers have the option of performing a DIY installation. Only one or two people are required to install these tiles. The tiles are small and lightweight. This makes then easier to install than rolls or mats of rubber.

Top 5 Benefits of Rubber Flooring Tiles

  1. Easy and fast installation with interlocking edges
  2. Lighter weight and smaller tiles are easier to handle during installation
  3. Many rubber floor thickness options for various applications
  4. Lower minimum order requirements for custom colors
  5. Installation over low pile carpet

Rubber flooring for gym floors is a popular option for school, home, and commercial gyms. It works for both workout room flooring and for weight lifting flooring.

Rubber floor mats can be laid directly over a hard flat surface, such as concrete. Rubber gym flooring offers significant sound reduction and thermal insulation properties too.

Rubber material for weight lifting absorbs the impact of dropped weights. which limits noise. For cross fitness gym floors, our best tile to reduce noise is a 2.75-inch sound reduction rubber tile.

This style of tile connects together for fast installation. Just install it over existing rubber surfaces, such as 3/4 inch dummy mats or rolled rubber.

For commercial spaces, the most common rubber gym flooring is rolled rubber flooring in 4-foot widths. For home gyms, consider rubber tiles or a 4x10 ft rubber roll.

Our Rubberlock line of tiles is available in kits. They have a unique design that simplifies island installations. Most kits will include border and corner tiles with beveled edges.

Rubber tiles for outdoor playground safety work perfectly at churches, schools, and parks. Rubber outdoor tiles offer fall height ratings. They can be installed by landscape contractors onsite.

We offer rubber tiles in various price levels and color choices. Thicker tiles yield higher fall height ratings. Rubber floor tiles for playground floor surfaces offer good traction for running and jumping.

Rubber outdoor playground tiles provide a safe play surface. When children drag their feet while swinging, the tiles will stay in place.

Rubber flooring tiles for playground surfaces are easy to install and maintain. Many of our products carry warranties up to 15 years.

Outdoor rubber tiles create a clean and safe surface year-round. Use these tiles in any outdoor climate. Whenever a tile becomes damaged or worn, just replace it. This is easier than trying to repair a large section of the playground surface.

More and more stable owners are using rubber stall mats in horse stalls. Rubber stall mats are durable and strong.

A horse stall with rubber flooring mats is easier to clean, reducing labor costs. Additionally, the mats will keep the animals more comfortable and safer versus dirt floors. Rubber matting installations reduce material costs too, because the stalls require less bedding.

Choose straight edge stall mats, interlocking kits, or a custom designed interlocking tile layout to fit the space perfectly. Interlocking rubber stall kits are available to cover 10x10 foot areas and larger.

Interlocking rubber stall mats can be customized to fit any barn space. Use them in aisles, stalls, and wash bays.

Rubberized Flooring Fatigue Mats

Rubber anti-fatigue mats for manufacturing and industrial areas help employees reduce stress on their legs. When spending long days standing for work, padded flooring is important to keep employees feeling fresh.

Rubber fatigue mats are durable, standing up to constant use. We offer various textures on the mat surface. Some mats even have foam centers for comfort.

Our durable rubber mats are designed for wet areas too. Fatigue mats made from rubber material can offer non-slip surfaces when damp.

Rubber floor mats for kitchens have grease resistant properties. These ring mat designs are easy to clean. Fatigue mats increase worker safety and productivity in a factory work environment.

Rubber paver tiles are a popular choice for outdoor flooring. These rubber deck tiles work nicely for outdoor rooftop patios and other flat surfaces.

Rubber is heavy material, is wind resistant, and will work in climates of all types. Freezing temperatures and direct summer sun do not affect rubber deck flooring.

For outdoor installations of 400 square feet or more, the tiles should be glued together. If possible, glue to the tiles to a hard surface too.

Commercial rubber tiles are designed for large scale installations. Greatmats offers the Burke Flooring line of commercial rubber tile for floors in schools, libraries, airports, and offices.

This flooring option has multiple colors, including custom colors. We also offer multiple surface textures, including square, sculpted, and coin.

Our rubber tile line includes stair treads and wall base options. Stair treads are 3 feet in width and wider. We offer wall bases in rubber and vinyl materials.

Match the stair treads and wall base colors for a finished, uniform look. The Burke Endura rubber tile line offers everything needed for a completed commercial flooring installation.

Dog training and doggy daycare facilities benefit from rubber floor rolls. These rolls are easy to install, carry a low cost, and offer strong durability.

Rubber protects the sub-floor against pet urine. Glue down the flooring for a water tight installation. Use clear silicone caulk on the rubber roll seams to tightly seal them against pet accidents.

The surface of rubber rolls is gentle on the feet of dogs. The animal's toenails will not damage the rubber, either. To clean the rubber floor mats, just use light disinfectants.

Rubber is a green flooring option. It is an environmentally friendly flooring project material. With almost 260 million tires discarded each year, creating recycled rubber floor products helps the environment. This flooring keeps many of these tires out of landfills.

Most rubber floor products are made of recycled car or truck tires. Rubber flooring products may last for decades. Many products have 10- or 15-year warranties.

Always use a neutral pH floor cleaner on all types of rubber flooring. Have two buckets on hand when cleaning with a mop. One bucket will have clean water and the other will have dirty water.

For larger areas, use a cleaning device. Machines can steam clean or scrub the rubber with a soft brush.

Rubber rolls and tiles can be swept as needed or spot washed by hand. For larger commercial spaces, use an automated walk behind or rideable floor cleaner with a soft brush or pad.

Rubber floors may require resealing occasionally. Resealing is common occurrence on rubber flooring tiles in commercial entry ways or retail spaces. Sealers provide a durable wear surface for high traffic areas. For most gym floors, the rubber will not be sealed.

What Is Rubber Flooring Used for?
Rubber is perfect for flooring areas where durability is required. Rubber materials stand up to animals, workout activities, and high foot traffic without showing wear.

This tough flooring works nicely indoors or outdoors. It has impressive versatility for all kinds of uses. Rubber is easy to clean versus other types of flooring too, which is nice for workout areas.

Rubber is heavier than some other types of flooring. This makes installation somewhat tricky for one person. However, the weight of the material yields the strong durability of rubber floors.

Is Rubber Flooring Toxic?
No. Recycled rubber is safe to use in all kinds of floors for all ages of people and pets.

Rubber sometimes has an odor when initially installed. This odor is not dangerous. Using it in a well-ventilated room negates the intensity of the odor.

How Long Does Rubber Flooring Last?
Versus other flooring options, rubber provides long-lasting performance. It will deliver several years to a few decades of safe use. It's one of the most durable types of flooring available.

Durable rubber floors give customers a great value over time. Rubber continues to look great, even when used daily and exposed to constant foot traffic.