Customer Reviews For composite flooring at Greatmats:
Geneva Rubber Tile 3/8 Inch 10% Color
I installed these tiles in a home fitness room about a year ago. I waited to write this to see how the...
Adhesive For Rubber Floors 3.5 Gal - 430 SF spread
Easy to spread and covers exactly the area it says it does.
StayLock Corner Black
Easy to assemble and very durable product that has a great finish when using their border edging
LOS ANGELES, CA
Plyometric Rubber Roll 8 mm 4x10 Ft Black
This was exactly what I needed. There was very little odor and it was easy to install on my concrete...
Horse Stall Mats 10x12 Ft Kit
We like the fact that the mats give our horses a lot of comfort. We also like the fact that they stay...
Trade Show Floor Shipping Case 2x4 ft
Got exactly what I ordered at a good price and in a timely fashion. Couldnt be happier.
Green Ronin Publishing
Home Karate Foam Tile 1 Inch
The mats work great - easy to install and are a pretty good match for mats at our tournaments (just smaller...
Foam Roll 6x42 Ft x 1.25 Inch
Awesome product, lightweight and very high quality. Very easy to work with and install
Most Common Product Questions For composite flooring at Greatmats:
What is the proper border for this tile?
We do not have a border ramp for this tile, you can use a traditional flooring threshold.
Are these tiles water jet cut or die cut? Are they good for high impact aerobics and weight lifting?
They are water jet cut and are good for both types of activities.
Is it a must to be glued down to my rooftop?
No these tile are not glued down, they are glued together.
Can this be layed directly on dirt?
This tile is designed to be installed on a hard flat surface. These tiles would sink into the dirt.
Wouldnt water trapped underneath the tile be a problem?
This rubber outdoor tile allows water to drain under the tile.
Do they HAVE to be glued together? Or would they stay interlocked on their own? Does water flow freely beneath them? (We would be installing them on a flat, slightly sloped roof with a rubber or EPDM membrane.)
These tiles should be glued together at the interlock and glued down at the perimeter for open area installs. It is not required for all installations.
Are these tiles combustible?
These would not catch fire/burn easily.
Can you paint the rubber tile? If so, what type or kind of paint is recommended?
We do not recommend painting the tiles.