Customer Reviews For rubber gym floor at Greatmats:
Rolled Rubber Sport 3/8 Inch 10% Colors per SF
This is the 3/8” sport mats that we installed in our garage home gym. You can hardly see the seems....
EAST MEADOW, NY
Rosco Dance Floor Reversible per LF
Your flooring has been a huge lifesaver for my daughter :) we were worried about her taking all these...
Home Dance Subfloor Per SF
I just wanted to reach out and tell you how much we appreciate your guidance through ordering, shipping...
West Hills, CA
Comfort Carpet Tile 10x10 ft Kit Beveled Edges
Great carpet! Lightweight and easy to assemble. I love it so much I am buying a second one as a backup....
MIDDLE ISLAND, NY
SupraTile 4.5 mm Diamond Pattern Black / Grays
I love this Product! Its my first time installing it. Its still flexible in the cold weather, snaps...
Rubber Tile Interlocking 2x2 Ft 3/8 Inch 20% Color Custom Pacific
This is exactly what I was looking for. The real heavy recycled rubber, water-resistant commercial style...
SupraTile 4.5 mm T-Joint Textured Black / Grays
Overall experience was great. First time purchaser and everything from selection to install went seamlessly....
Team Toyota Glen Mills
Most Common Product Questions For rubber gym floor at Greatmats:
How many feet in a roll? Your discription says it it 4 feet wide and 1 feet (sic) wide. Must be a misprint.
This is a custom order product that is priced per square foot. A minimum length of 15 feet per roll is required for purchase.
I am horrible at math. Can you tell me how many of these border pieces I would need to border a floor that is 7 feet by 7 feet? And would half of those be the female and half the male? Thanks!
The way to figure the borders need is to count the number of tiles on the perimeter of your layout, so 7 tiles in 2 directions, is 7x4 sides for a total of 28 borders, half male and half female, and four corner pieces.
Can this be used over carpet?
To use this over carpet, we recommend installing a layer of <a href='/tiles/court-floor-tile-flat.php'>flat court tiles</a> over the carpet first, and then placing the marley on top of the flat tiles.
Hi! can you use this for pointe shoes?