Customer Reviews For rubber gym floor at Greatmats:
V-Max Artificial Grass Turf 15 ft wide x 5mm Pad per SF
Very timely and efficient process from order to delivery !
Most Common Product Questions For rubber gym floor at Greatmats:
Hi, I have a few questions: 1. the title calls out 15 ft wide but the description states only 12 for widths. Could you clarify which width is available. 2. I am looking to install this in my backyard. I have limited space so I was looking to utilize the turf in a roll out fashion (similar to wrestling mats being rolled out on a gym floor) since our ‘backyard space’ is a combination driveway/play space. We have about 50x28 ft available between the house and the garage and it is completely paved now. Can this turf be used in a manner that does not require it to be glued down? And can it be placed directly on concrete. Thanks for any feedback you can provide!
It is available in 12 ft or 15 ft width. Please call and speak with a representative to discuss your options.
I have a small rooftop area that I am trying to cover (12 x 60). I would like to cover this with a small section of artificial turf and the rest in one of your other tiles. Do these drainage tiles connect to any of your other tiles?
These tiles do not interlock or connect to other types of perforated tiles. You could use the Staylock Perforated Tile under the turf and also as a stand alone finished surface. We sell direct and your order is very good.
I have IPE wood deck tiles I would like to place on my deck. I need to get some clearance for drainage. Could I put my deck tiles on top of these? Are they flat and would they puncture TPO membrane?
The open drainage tile may not work with the IPE Deck Tiles. I suggest working with a rep for a safer solution. If you use the drainage tiles over rubber roofing membrane, lay down a thick geo mesh layer first.
I have a 10'12 deck that I would like to cover with synthetic turf, would a layer of these tiles between the deck and the turf help preventing water condensation under the turf? The deck is covered with a torch roll membrane. The company that installed it says it is walkable because it is double the thickness they use for roofing, but they say I should be careful with furniture as it could puncture the membrane. Would this tiles puncture the membrane? Thank you for your help.
These drainage tiles are there to help protect the membrane.
What is the recommended method of attaching artificial turf to the matting? Thanks
Please call to discuss installation with our turf rep.