Customer Reviews For rubber flooring roll at Greatmats:
Rubber Flooring Roll 8 mm 10% Color Fleck 4 x 30 Ft
The mat was exactly what I was looking for! I installed it over the foam mats I already had for extra...
Rubber Flooring Rolls 1/4 Inch 4x10 Ft Pacific Black
I had a good experience from the order to the delivery to us installing. It’s been installed for a...
Rocky Point, NY
Rubber Flooring Rolls 1/4 Inch Regrind Confetti 50 Ft
Great customer service. Helped me find the mat i needed for a reasonable price. Thanks again!
Rubber Flooring Rolls 1/4 Inch Regrind Confetti 25 Ft
Thanks to salesman Ryan my order was expedited and received in time to finish our floor and open our...
Plyometric Rubber Roll 1/2 Inch Black Per SF
Matting was easily received, cut and installed. I put the matting in a descent sized workout room and...
Lees Summit, MO
Roll Out Wrestling MMA Mats 5x10 Ft
Good product. Competitive pricing. Fulfillment and shipping took a couple weeks. Was to be expected with...
Rosco Adagio Marley Custom Cut per LF
Purchased the 3 layer ballet dance flooring for my daughters. Installation was as expected for custom...
Fort Thomas , KY
Rubber Floor Underlayment 3 mm 4x50 ft
The rubber 3mm underlayment went down quickly and smoothly. We were able to get all of the underlayment...
Foam Roll 6x42 Ft x 1.25 Inch
Awesome product, lightweight and very high quality. Very easy to work with and install
Case of Floor Tape 16 Rolls per Case
This product is perfect for helping protect our gym floor and goes down very smoothly.
Foam Roll 6x42 Ft x 2 Inch
Our order came as promised and advertised. We are happy with our purchase.
Plyometric Rubber Roll 1/4 Inch 4x10 Ft Black
This was exactly what I needed. There was very little odor and it was easy to install on my concrete...
Most Common Product Questions For rubber flooring roll at Greatmats:
can a ball bounce on this?
Good question, yes a basketball could and would bounce on this surface, perhaps not as good as a concrete or wood floor. Visit our blog about <a href='/court-flooring-tiles/easy-ways-to-build-your-own-basketball-court.php'>indoor and outdoor basketball court floors</a> for better options.
Would this work on a low pile carpet? We have some low pile carpet down in our garage (converted to a media room).
This rolled rubber option can be installed over a low pile carpet.
How would this be in a Zumba studio?
This product can be used for some aerobics, it might be a little more grippy than is liked for some twisting moves on the balls of your feet. We have other flooring options for Zumba and Jazzercise in this <a href='/dance-flooring/how-to-choose-jazzercise-or-zumba-flooring.php'>blog</a>.
Can this be used as a sub floor underneath a glue down engineered hard wood floor? Need it for dance. And does it smell?
We don't have testing for this type of use for a sub flooring dance floor in a glued down environment. We do use this rubber material for sub flooring in a dry lay installation with modular tiles.
Can this product be used as a subfloor for a regular wood floor installation over a concrete slab?
If the wood floor is free floating then yes, if it's a nail down then no. We have less thick rubber underlayment materials that are rated as flooring underlayments.
Could this be installed with a cork floor on top over a concrete slab?
Yes this rubber flooring material can be installed over any hard flat surface. Over wood or cork, we would recommend first laying down a sheet of plastic to protect the surface from any potential staining over time from the rubber material.
Does it smell, or outgas at all?
This type of rubber has a very low smell. All rubber has some level of smell. We have free samples that one can request on our site for review.
I can see that one customer used this rubber roll as a sub-floor for her ballet studio. I was wondering if this rubber roll needs to be covered by wood panels or just covering it with ballet marley would be enough?
This type of rubber roll can be covered with marley vinyl only. No wood in needed.
We have a deck above our offices, and it is very loud when people walk across it. Would putting this on the deck above be a good way to reduce the footstep noise in our offices?
This product is for indoor use only. We have other outdoor rooftop and deck products on that category page on our site. If this is indoor, then this would be a good option to reduce sound.
I have an application for this type of material which requires a wheeled office chair to be used. Will this matting allow an office chair to roll easily with a person sitting in it?
This product is a little too soft for this use type, while the person is sitting.
Under product description says it is in rolls of 4x30ft. The space I need these for is only 20 ft long, could I simply cut of the excess or would that lead to increased deterioration?
These rolls can be cut to any length as needed, please call customer service. To your question, the rubber can be cut to length as needed onsite as well with no product degradation.
I would be putting this rubber matting over a ceramic tile flooring that has 1/4 inch grout lines. Can I still put this directly over that flooring and then my marley on top of that for ballet and contemporary modern dance
Yes the rubber will span those grout lines for the most part.
Could this be put down over a gravel floor in a machine shed? It would be mostly in front of the bench work area to stand on, but also an area to work on something.
Maybe its ok if the gravel is compacted, this material in general should be on a hard flat surface.
If I lay Marley over this, would you be able to hear tap shoes? Or do I have to add a layer of wood between the Marley and rubber?
When installing marley directly over the rubber underlayment, this will decrease the tap sound. We have a modular hard plastic tile that is used between the rubber and the marley to maintain a very good tap sound. The plastic tile is called the Flat Top Court tile.
Is this good flooring for a yoga studio? What would
This floor is likely too soft for yoga, I think vinyl planks, LVT flooring would be good.
We are turning a part of our house into a dance studio. We have concrete floors so we know we will need a sub floor. We are trying to accommodate both pointe work and tap dancing with this floor. Can you tell us the best way to do that?
The Elite subfloor system with a rolled rubber base or foam tiles base with the flat top court tiles on top will work well for both pointe and tap. Cover with the Adagio Marley as your finished dance surface. <a href='https://www.greatmats.com/flooring/dance-studio-subfloor-elite-pro.php'>Dance Studio Subfloor Elite</a>
What type of glue do I need for installation on concrete? Spread or spot? and do you sell a transition threshold for doorway.?
The adhesive we sell is called our <a href='/adhesive/rubber-flooring-adhesive-3.5.php'>Adhesive For Rubber Floors</a>, its available in 3.5 gallon pails and smaller. For the threshold please purchase locally.
Will this work for animals
The Plyometric Rolled Rubber may be too porous for animals.
Is the plyometric rubber durable enough to put workout machines on?
Exercise equipment may be installed over plyometric rolled rubber.
Can I use this outdoor on a deck and put a bbq and smoker on it?
The plyometric rolled rubber is for indoor use only.
Hi, I'm building out the back of my SUV and I want a relatively soft, cushiony base on which to place a wooden bed frame, etc. Regular rubber would be a little too hard for what I have in mind. How soft is this product, and is it reasonably easy to cut to fit the contours of the truck floor?
Hello! To get a good idea of how soft this product is, it is in between the firmness of a pencil eraser and a car tire. It is easy to custom cut with a sharp utility knife using a series of shallow scores.
Can this product with stand the dropping of metal plates and dumb bells?
This product is designed to withstand incidental dropping of weights from a relatively low height. If you intend to drop weights intentionally, you'll want at least a 3/4 inch rubber thickness.
Is this suitable as a subfloor under Marley for pointe ballet?
Yes and only if the Adagio marley is used, which is more stiff than the Reversible marley.