Customer Reviews For rubber gym floor at Greatmats:
Plyometric Rubber Roll 6 mm Underlayment Per SF 404U
One new sprung floor in #nedcstudio2 for #nedcyr4! Thank you @greatmats for the subfloor!
Hand Crank for Storage Rack
We placed a rush order and it arrived in a timely manner. Would recommend this company to anyone.
Sterling Athletic Sound Rubber Tile 2.75 Inch Black
We’ve been crashing weights on it for almost a month now, and I’ve been talking with my neighbors....
Dog Agility Mats Interlocking Tiles
Our GSD and Carolina dog had been slipping on the older economy mats we had for 8-10 years. They were...
Rubber Flooring Rolls 8 mm Black 25 Ft
This product is good quality and easy to maintain and clean.
Ergo Matta CushionTred Solid
Love it! We use it in our young toddler program (at a childcare center) under a slide. It meets the...
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
Most Common Product Questions For rubber gym floor at Greatmats:
Will this gym flooring hold up to exercise equipment.
Yes this rubber gym flooring is durable for exercise equipment and is offered in various thicknesses.
The thickness seems very thin. Do you need to have anything beneath it if only sub floor is below?
These gym tiles do not require an underlayment. They should be installed by themselves. For areas with heavier usage, we do have these tile in a thicker version.
We are looking to do an economical temporary cushioned subfloor to go under a click-lock wood floor for mostly ballroom and modern dance. Would the plyometric sheets give enough cushion over cement? We have about 1200 sq ft. Thank you
The Plyometric rolled rubber in a 3/8'' may be a better option for your application.
I would like to use this product over a carpeted basement floor for cushioning for an exercise class that is mostly dance. Can it be used alone or does it require additional covering of Marley?
We do not recommend installing rubber rolls directly on carpet. For a cushioned exercise surface over carpet, we recommend our <a href='/fatigue-flooring/fatigue-tiles-staylockbump-black.php'>StayLock Bump Top</a> or <a href='/fatigue-flooring/fatigue-tiles-staylockbump-black.php'>Orange Peel Floor tiles</a>. They are designed to stay in place without damaging the carpet.
We have a room that will be used for dance that is concrete with vinyl tiles. We are putting Rosco Adagio marley in and wondering if this underlayment would work? Thank you.
Yes, you can use the 6mm plyo as a subfloor. You will want to avoid advanced pointe, and it will absorb some tap sound.