Rubber Flooring Rolls for Gym, Sport & Athletics
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Rubber Rolls for Gym, Dog, Weight Rooms, Industrial and Rooftops
Rolled Rubber Flooring OptionsThese are all made in the USA from recycled tires and are available in black or black with colored flecks included in the material mix. We have a variety of colors from 10 to 90 percent colored content. Flecks consist of ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM). Some are in stock and ready to ship in approximately a week or less. Certain colors can take up to two weeks to prepare for shipping.
We have them at the most competitive pricing in the USA. We represent all major rubber roll manufacturers and provide nationwide shipping with optimum production lead times. There is no project or request too large for us.
It is highly economical. Prices usually start at under $1 per sq. ft. for underlayment and begin at just over $1 per square ft. for finished surfaces.
They are 4’ wide with 25’ and 50’ lengths, but customized sizes are out there too. Anything above 25 linear feet will ship via freight delivery. We stock 4x10 foot sheets of 1/4 inch that can go via ground delivery and are offered with free shipping to save money.
For thicker rubber floor mats, there’s a large selection of wholesale rubber flooring rolls near me that sit in the $2-$3 range. They are often 1/4 and 1/2 inches in thickness. Ours consist of a far higher quality than rubber flooring rolls Home Depot or Lowes offer.
The majority of high density 1/2 inch designs or those with a high color percentage will fall in the $3-$5 range.
Rubber Flooring RollIf coloring density isn't a concern, regrind or confetti is a great way to purchase it without paying as much as for standard black.
Regrind is made of scraps, making it more economical. It is found in both Natural and Confetti color. If the recycle tires include the whitewalls, very small random white flecks can be found in them.
Confetti consists of recycle tires with scraps of other rolls thrown into the mix at the manufacturing process. With this, the colors are widely variant and will also appear at random.
Where a consistent colored fleck percentage is desired, we don’t recommend either of these options. However, if appearance is secondary to cost, these two are the least expensive that we have, and they come with the same great 5-year warranty as some of the higher priced alternatives.
Because the regrind holds no coloring guarantee, it is offered at a greater discount. However, it features the same quality construction as others, ensuring a durable product.
Plyometrics (or plyo-aerobic) are less dense versions. These are designed to yield cushion and anti fatigue relief for aerobic and cardio activities. This special slip resistant surface helps to protect athletes from the impact of repeated jumping or running.
Standard lengths of 25 and 50 feet are available as well as custom length in thicknesses of 3/8 and 1/2 inches. We have a 4’ by 10’ plyometric in 8 mm thickness.
We also have a number of special rubber flooring rolls for particular purposes. We have a few with 12’ to 14’ width that fall in the specialty category, as well as those designed with special shock and sound absorbing features. Other specialty products include artificial turf topped and extra long entrance sections. Many of these fall between $5 and $8 per square foot.
Equine enthusiasts should consider our One Piece TruStall. These create a horse stall that is easy to clean and helps to reduce bedding and labor costs. TruStall is in 3 sizes, 12x12, 12x14, and 14x14. It is 17 mm thick (approximately 2/3 inch).
For a waterproof and environmentally friendly twist, consider our Waterhog Eco Elite. Consisting of 100 percent post-consumer recycled PET (polyethylene terephthalate) fabric from plastic bottles, this polyester carpet comes in 6’ by 67’ sizes with rubbery backing.
Installing Rubber Mat RollIt is easy to install in three different ways. It doesn’t necessarily need tape or glue, but this method is suitable for smaller installations only. Typically, we discourage this installation type, as it can expand and contract with fluctuations in heat and humidity, which means two pieces may overlap one another if there is nothing holding them down. This can create uneven edges and tripping hazards.
To attach it, but to still be able to move it later, a tape-down approach is recommended. Any double sided tape can keep it attached without damaging anything. We recommend applying the tape around the perimeter of the room and along the seams.
For a permanent installation, use adhesives to attach it to the subfloor. We have an adhesive specifically for this purpose. The commercial grade adhesive is extremely durable. Always wear gloves and keep this adhesive away from children.
Installations are fairly basic with a roll of rubber. Simply unroll it and, using a straight edge and a sharp utility knife, slice the ends to fit. Consider scoring it more than once to get through it. It’s better to leave the cut pieces too long rather than too short, cutting the extra off later if necessary.
After laying the first 4’ strip, simply repeat the process until filling the room. Depending on the dimensions, cutting it from end to end the long way may be required to fit the room. Simply measure the distance between the side of the last laid out piece and the wall. Then cut the remaining part vertically to that width.
If someone is facing a deadline for an install, we encourage making a call to us regarding production times. We will do everything we can to ship it in a timely manner.
They are one of the most common forms of gym flooring solutions and can be custom ordered with nearly any color percentile mix. Each will lay flat when unrolled for installation.
Our rubber roll flooring is made from a very low odor, thin rubber matting. With tire recycling involved in the source materials, it is a green product by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards. It also qualifies for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) points.
FAQ Rubber Flooring Rolls Q&AHow much does rubber flooring cost?
Rubber gym flooring rolls give a good value, covering quite a bit of area for roughly $1.25 to $3 per sq. ft. Additionally, because coverage goes fast, less time is needed for installing the rubber rolls, which saves money and time on labor.
Is rubber flooring waterproof?
Although non-porous, these non-vulcanized rubber mats are only partially non-absorbent, and water will infiltrate the material over time when submerged repeatedly or power washed on a regular basis. Avoid soaking or high intensity power washing of the rubber floor tiles. To dry this gym rubber matting, it is best to hand dry it or to elevate it off the ground for air drying.
How do you install rubber floor rolls?
Roll out rubber flooring can be dry laid for small installs. For larger installs of a rubber floor roll, it can be taped or glued down. Whether the goal is to dampen noise, absorb impact, insulate, or provide a no-slip traction, rubber flooring rolls work for any occasion and can be laid out quickly.
How thick should rubber gym flooring be?
A rubber floor mat roll often has a direct correlation between the cost per foot and the thickness of diamond plate rubber flooring rolls for garage floor use. Underlayment is the thinnest and most economical form. The thin rubber mat can be as small as 2 mm and have different coloring densities, which can shift them up and down the price scale. When customers need a greater level of durability, options up to 1/2 in. thick are available for greater protection of subfloors.
Is rubber flooring safe?
Large rubber mats consist of recycle materials that are safe for people, pets, and children. Additionally, a rubber sheet roll yields grippy surfaces, which reduce slipping hazards.
Commitment to Customers
At Greatmats, we want every customer to be happy with the product and the shopping experience. That's why we offer a price match guarantee, and we operate our business with the Golden Rule model - treat others as you want others to treat you. Because we ensure that our customers are satisfied with every order, we have earned an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Buy from us with confidence, knowing that satisfaction is our priority.
Feel good about buying from us. We give back to the community by donating 5 percent of our annual profits to local non-profit organizations.
Do you have questions about these products? Would you like a quote or a sample? Please contact our customer service team at 877-822-6622. We would be delighted to help with choosing the right model for a project.
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Cleaning Industrial Rubber Flooring Rolls
- Vacuuming with a power brush vacuum will suffice in the majority of cases.
- For deeper cleaning, use a nylon mop with warm water and a mild neutral pH cleaner.
- Try Pinesol or Simple Green to lessen the new car smell.
- Mop up all residue.
- Avoid petroleum based or waxing cleaners.
What are the benefits of rubber flooring rolls?
- Excellent durability yields a longer lasting option.
- Impact absorption can help to soften hard floorings.
- Insulation against the cold or heat makes for comfortable surfaces.
- Non-slip surface improves safety.
- Strength and density help to protect the subfloor.
- Eco-friendly and perfect for green projects
- Good value for larger area installations
- Versatile for a home gym floor, animal stalls, hockey arenas, locker rooms, and more.
Think about the following potential uses for recycled rubber flooring rolls:
- Home and commercial gymnasiums
- Weight rooms
- Multipurpose rooms
- Hockey arenas
- Rooftop walkways
- Horse stalls
- Dog play areas
- As an underlayment
- Liquor stores or distilleries
It can add comfort and durability to a hard surface, like concrete or stone.