Customer Reviews For rubber gym floor at Greatmats:
Rolled Rubber Eureka 8 mm Black 25 Ft Stocked
We ended up not using it but it will be very useful for another project. It looks great and very pro...
New York, NY
Weight Room Flooring 3/4 Inch Interlocking 3x4 ft Center Tile
Ordering was very easy and we plan to order more stuff from them.
Desert Sage Wellness Center
Gymnastic Mat 4x8 ft x 2.5 inch V2
The mat is exactly what I wanted. It?s lightweight enough to fold up but dance and take a nap to protect...
4x6 Ft x 1/2 Inch Eco Rubber Floor Mats Natural
Very heavy duty and well made mat. Works great in my gym. Would definitely purchase more if I ever needed...
Rolled Rubber 1/4 Inch Black Cascade Per SF
Ryan Noll provided helpful and professional service. He made the process of acquiring our mats a breeze....
William W Brown
Sterling Athletic Rubber Tile 1.25 Inch Black
We returned as it was too thick...but it's really nice!
San Mateo, CA
Rubber Flooring Rolls 1/4 Inch 20% Color Geneva Per SF
Great products great service!
Scott from alpine Utah
Sundance Mats 2x2 Ft x 3/4 Inch Interlocking Black
I LOVE these mats!!! They are flexible, lightweight, and can take a beating! As soon as I can I WILL...
Winter Park, FL
Plyometric Rubber Roll 8 mm 4x10 Ft Black
Love the plyometric mat! Fast shipping, easy to install (just roll out onto floor!) Great for Crossfit...
ZipTile Interlocking Rubber 3/8 - 17% Color
We love it! My husband loved how easy it was to install and it looks great. We recommend using g a multi-tool...
4x6 Ft x 1/2 Inch Fitness Rubber Mat Diamond Color
Very satisfied with our mats. Good quality and look great!
Most Common Product Questions For rubber gym floor at Greatmats:
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.