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Large Rubber Mats


When you need flooring that will cover a larger area, large rubber mats are the best option. These mats most often come as a rubber roll at a thickness of 3/8 inch or less. Large rubber floor mats create a floor with very few seams at a lower price per square foot, making a larger rubber matting roll popular both for commercial and residential spaces. It's important to remember that a long rubber roll will be quite heavy and will require multiple people to help with the installation.

A large rubber floor mats in rolls are four feet wide and available in lengths up to 50 feet. Large rubber mats with greater thickness options usually measure around 4x6 feet in size. Greatmats offer large mats that have straight edges that allow them to be installed against walls or against other mats. It also has interlocking rubber floor mats that connect easily together for a beautiful large rubber mat surface.

Rubber Puzzle Mat


DIY interlocking rubber mats are most often available in a smaller 2x2 or 3x3 foot size with interlocking edges to fasten the mats together. A rubber puzzle mat floor system is best for tight spaces, since the mats are easier to maneuver and less product will be wasted.

Thick Rubber Mats


The thickness of a mat directly relates to its ability to absorb shock - and to protect your subfloor in the process. A thick rubber mat offers more protection and shock absorption than a thinner mat. Thick rubber mats are often used to protect subfloors in gym weightlifting areas, beneath heavy workout equipment, in horse stalls, on patios and underneath playground equipment.
1 inch thick rubber mats are great for heavy lifting free weight gyms. Sound reducing thick rubber mats are available with proven results against dropped weights.

Rooftop patios should have 2 inch thick rubber mats to ensure there is enough weight to keep them in place during strong winds. Playground installations should have 2 inch thick rubber mats or thicker provide optimum fall protection. Keep in mind that vulcanized rubber floor mats will not require the same amount of thickness as non-vulcanized rubber in order to offer the same durability, but will have a stronger new rubber smell.

Rubber Athletic Mats


Rubber's extreme durability and strength makes it a popular choice for athletic applications. Many of our athletic rubber floor mats measure 4x6 feet in size, and range from 1/4 to 1 inch thick rubber mats. The mats are useful for gym areas that see high amounts of traffic, as well as for spaces that see significant impacts, like weight rooms.

Rubber is both strong and durable, so it offers excellent subfloor protection. Many gym owners opt to install thick rubber matting in weightlifting areas where free weights may be dropped. Some also place big rubber mats underneath heavy gym equipment to offer additional protection to the floor. Because rubber is dense, it won't be indented by this significant weight.

If you're looking for a durable flooring option that also offers more cushion, consider our plyometric rubber floor mats. Plyometric rubber still offers plenty of protection to your subfloor, but the composition of the rubber is a bit less dense than traditional rubber. As a result, plyometric mats have a little more give to them, making them a more comfortable flooring option.

Industrial and Fatigue Rubber Mats


Industrial rubber floor mats can improve comfort and relieve fatigue for anyone who needs to spend long hours on their feet. These mats are particularly beneficial for high-traffic spaces, since the rubber material is firmer and more durable than plastic or foam anti-fatigue products. Rubber work mats can transform a hard concrete floor into a safer, more comfortable space.

Many industrial environments have harsh elements, such as grease and oil, but many of our industrial rubber floor mats are made to withstand those very elements that would damage other mats. You'll find that we offer rubber matting that is resistant to grease, and that are designed to prevent slipping to improve employee safety. Other mats are designed to withstand welding sparks or even to control static electricity for electrically sensitive environments.

If you need mats for wet environments, our perforated rubber tiles help to keep employees' feet dry and out of the water. The perforated mats let liquids run right through them, so the surface of the mats stays dry. Some mats have designs that help to further maximize traction, like grit incorporated into the mat's surface.

Some mats have a bright yellow edging to increase safety and visibility. Others have beveled edges to allow for easy accessibility with cart traffic. In addition to smaller individual mats, some of our anti-fatigue rubber/foam runners measure as long as 60 feet to quickly cover a warehouse floor.

Rooftop Thick Rubber Mats


Rubber floor mats for rooftops are designed to be placed directly over the rubber membrane of a commercial roof or outdoor patio. The mats, which come in both straight edge and interlocking modular tiles, do not require a glue-down installation. Most can be connected via connector clips, so installation is easy and even suitable as a DIY project. The mats can be easily cut to fit edge-to-edge and around obstacles. Rubber rooftop mats may even offer a fall height rating that makes for a safer flooring surface.

Rooftop interlocking rubber mats are designed to be extremely resilient, even when exposed to the harshest weather conditions. Thick rubber floor mats won't split or crack in the extreme cold, and they're heavy enough so that strong winds won't lift them. The rubber create a non-slip surface in all kinds of weather.

Rubber Playground Mats


Rubber floor mats for playgrounds are often glued down, which makes their outdoor installation more permanent and secure. Our fall-height-rated mats for playground areas offer shock absorption to help maximize the safety of children at play. The mats are available with fall height ratings ranging from 6 to 10 feet, so they're suitable for use with a variety of playgrounds and playground equipment.

Rubber Entrance Mats


Rubber floor mats for indoor and outdoor entrance spaces are highly durable, and are designed to offer great traction, even when they're wet. The mats can help to increase safety while also preventing sand, dirt, and debris from being tracked into a building. They can minimize your daily cleanup efforts, and are available in many designs and colors to suit your building's decor.


Installation of Rubber Floor Mats


  1. Using a pen, mark where you'd like to cut.
  2. Place a 2x4 board under the rubber mat at the cut line.
  3. Line up the straight edge along the line to be cut.
  4. Score along the straight edge with a sharp utility knife, allowing gravity to open the cut over the 2x4. Continue scoring until the cut goes all the way through the material.