Interlocking Sports Flooring Tiles

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Top FAQs for Sports Tiles

Find indoor or outdoor sports tiles for gyms in modular, snap-together formats from Greatmats. Many of our products are made for DIY installation. We have experts in-house ready to assist with custom designs and free samples.

What Kind of Indoor Sports Flooring Tiles Are Used in Gyms?

It really depends on the planned use cases for the space. Greatmats has rubber floors for indoor sports as well as turfs, plastics, woods, and foams for sports tile. Use these for general athletics, a gym floor, a weight room, or cross fitness. Find items for martial arts, dance floors, and turf rolls with markings for sleds and game lines.

What Sort of Indoor Basketball Court Flooring Can Be Used?

If seeking a sports tile for hoops, customers have a range of options like vinyl and plastic tile. Traction is extremely important in these scenarios, as players need to be able to trust the surface so that they won’t slip and lose their balance if making a cut or jumping for a rebound. A player sometimes likes the feel of rubberized game courts, so these are an option for extreme durability.

What Is A Sport Tile?

Sports tile is any type of material that allows athletes to compete safely in any kind of athletic endeavor. It is constructed to be laid out atop subflooring, making the installation a quick one that works as a do-it-yourself sport court tile job.

Whether seeking an indoor and outdoor basketball court, portable basketball courts that tennis players can use too, volleyball courts, or another sports tile, numerous product options exist.

Where Can I Use Multisport Athletic Tiles?

With the right sports tile, it can be laid out almost anywhere. Outside or inside, it’s important to select the appropriate court surfaces for safety and durability.

How Do I Pick the Right Format for Sports Tile?

It is available in a variety of formats, simplifying the ability to match the activity and the workout location to the selection. Whether using this floor to yield an exercise locale at home or in a gym, it will provide long-lasting performance while delivering a safe area for athletes to achieve their best athletic results.

Some materials are made to stand up to the weather without fading or becoming brittle. Others are made to survive constant foot traffic, protecting the subfloor and providing cushioning where needed. Here are options to pick from for use at a fitness academy, home gymnasium, or anywhere in between.

What Is a Good Rubber Flooring Sport Tile?

It is a popular choice for spaces that will host multiple types of workout sessions. Cross fitness gyms love having this in place, as it is durable while absorbing impact and providing anti-fatigue properties.

Seek out rubberized materials that are available in multiple formats, including interlocking puzzle-style edges, straight-edge mats, and rolls to cover large areas quickly. It is an eco-friendly option, as it often consists of recycled tires.

When used for weightlifting, thick rubberized matting is ideal. It will protect the subfloor from the shock of an athlete dropping weights to the ground after a lift.

It is a nice selection to use underneath exercise machines too, as the weight of these machines may damage subflooring over time. It also keeps equipment from shifting.

What Is a Good Plastic Court Tile Subfloor Usage?

Making use of PVC plastic is a good choice for almost any location. It often has a modular configuration, and it’s easy to set up for a DIY project thanks to the hidden interlock systems along the edges. No special tools are required for the installation.

Some will have a perforated top, which allows water to drain away from the top. This is an ideal setup to use outdoors as a court floor tile flat top for safety or as backyard basketball court tiles over the grass for water drainage after a rainstorm.

Players could risk injury on shaky surfaces if cheap sport court tiles are used or built for backyard basketball courts, so rely on Greatmats court tiles to be of exceptional quality without impurities in the ingredients.

When used as indoor court tiles, perforated plastics are nice to use around aquatic areas. They are offered in several color options, which allows facilities to generate fun patterns.

Another design configuration is a plastic base with a thin vinyl surface layer. These use an interlock system to stay tightly connected. The vinyl layer can simulate a wood grain look, which is ideal for creating multipurpose indoor sports court flooring. Certain models have a stone or slate look in the vinyl instead.

Some customers may also select a type that has interlocking puzzle edges. These work nicely to create durable subflooring for use in an athletic center or to create a home fitness area in a garage.

Installation is a piece of cake with all types of interlocking PVC. No adhesive is required. It’s even easier to disassemble these and place them in storage once the exercise session is completed.

Can I Use Indoors Artificial Turfs in Place of Outdoor Sport Tiles on Grass?

Interlocked turf will yield high-quality playing surfaces. It has modular flexibility, which is perfect for a variety of use cases.

This sports tile is made for indoor use, delivering a comfortable workout space for exercises like agility training, sled work, or cross fitness workouts.

The surface of these consists of polypropylene, which creates the blades of faux grass. These blades are connected to a foam base, delivering stability and durability.

The foam subbase contains an interlocked edge design, which means popping them together goes quickly. No adhesive is needed to install these, as they fit tightly with the interlocking design.

Choose from multiple colors of turf, sticking with common greens or picking attention-grabbing colors.

When needing to cover a larger area quickly outdoors, rolls of artificial turf are a smart choice.

How Can I Select the Best Sports Tile?

It’s easy to see that these designs are offered in a wide variety of configurations. It’s important to think about the plans for using the fitness spaces. Then pick a style that will stand up to those use cases.

Using it over cement areas will yield a more comfortable spot for playing while reducing the stress on the athlete's joints as much as possible.

To fully understand every sports tile option we have available to create an athletic space, visit our buyer’s guides for sport flooring or inline hockey and roller hockey rinks. We’ve put together a series of blog entries, installation ideas, product videos, and customer testimonials to help find the right material for each project.