Home Gym Flooring Tile Pebble 10 mm
Foam Gym Mats, Home Gym Flooring, Gym Mat 10 mm Pebble
Top Features for Home Gym Flooring Tile Pebble 10 mm
- Great for home gym floors
- High density EVA foam material
- Durable for use under exercise equipment
- Latex and lead free
- Durable surface top texture pebble design
- Interlocking design makes an easy DIY installation
- Lightweight and portable
- Includes 2 borders per tile
Home Gym Floors, Basement Floors, Interlocking Foam Flooring, Foam Tiles for Home Gyms
Foam gym mats for home, Foam home gym mat flooring
Whether seeking a type of exercising mat for gym use at a residence or in an athletic studio, finding the perfect combination of durability and looks is important. Our 10 mm pebble top home gym flooring is able to fit both usages successfully and at a great price point.
Home Gym Flooring for Exercising Equipment
This home gym flooring will match the exact performance requirement, no matter where the install is taking place. Our home gym flooring tiles can withstand having all types of workout gear placed on them. They are designed to last for years without suffering damage, meaning ours have a greater level of construction and longevity than home gym floor mats big box stores have for sale and their soft foam floor tiles cheap materials that simply don’t last.
However, if planning to use large sets of weights, explain to our customer service personnel what kinds of weights will be in use. The team can recommend the perfect style of commercial gym flooring for free weight training, which often involves rubberized ingredients.
Our pebbled textured product yields surety of footing, thanks to the foamed ingredients. This feature is a great option for being able to make the kinds of sudden and strong moves students require to gain the most out of cardio.
These interlocking tiles are non-absorbent and water resistant, so they will not soak up sweat or spills from water bottles. These are important features for exercise tiles, as it means they will not absorb sweaty odors either. This carries a 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty, yielding long lasting performance.
Understand that if expecting to perform aerobics activities on these, we do not recommend placing them atop of carpeting. They could slide and shift over the carpet, potentially causing the athletes in the aerobics class to lose their footing.
Gym Mats for Home Design
These are colored black throughout and will maintain a great look, as they resist showing wear and tear, thanks to the tough EVA foams used. The pebble surface has a professional, finished look, meaning our customers can be comfortable installing them in locales where visitors will see them. They look professional enough to use in a studio too.
We do have to mention that the color and shade for individual pieces may vary somewhat within the same order. This is a common occurrence with these, and it is not a manufacturing defect. Most of our customers report that the all black configuration doesn't reveal these shade variances as much as the gray tiles do.
And once gear is put atop them, variations in shades or colors become virtually unnoticeable. (Please note that the gray color will potentially vary in tone and shade within a single piece.)
This product works for either permanent or portable layouts, thanks to the processes used. Ours are easily handled for a single person, as the individual unit weighs 1.8 pounds.
Foam Gym Mats Installation
We feature a puzzled style edge on these foam gym mats. To place the home gym flooring over concrete, line them up next to each other, with the tabs matching the slots on the adjacent ones. Then step on them or use a hand to press the edges of them together.
Once the edges are connected, they will form a tight seal that will remain in place, even as people walk on them or after placing hefty equipment on them.
We use a precise cutting method for the jigsaw shapes of the home gym flooring, ensuring that they will connect to others perfectly, even if the individual units come from different manufacturing batches.
These foam gym mats can be installed directly over any hard flat surfaces, including concrete in a basement or garage flooring. This is durable and designed to function similar to rubber tiles or rubber gym flooring rolls.
However, it is not as durable as rubber floor mats, and it's not designed for high traffic areas, such as would be found in an entryway. Additionally, high heels can puncture it, so be cautious with the types of shoes that are allowed on it.
The process of laying them out will go quickly. Each has dimensions of about 2 by 2 feet. However, it doesn’t quite give 4 square feet of coverage area with the use of puzzle edges instead of straight lines.
For some advice for calculating the number of home gym flooring units required, please contact our customer help team for determining the interlock loss.
The large size of these means installs can be completed in almost no time, even if working in a large, open locale. Compare the coverage of these 2x2 foot home gym flooring models to a type of tile that measures 1x1, and it’s clear to see why this goes much faster versus something with a smaller size.
Each comes with two border strips that connect to the tile using the same puzzle design. This allows for installing this unit tightly to the walls in the room or in an island layout in the center of the space.
By employing the borders, fewer cuts are going to have to be made to achieve a flat setup to the perimeter. With a connectable border, it will be beautifully finished, allowing faster completion of the installation.
If needed, though, cutting it is an easy process. Just use a sharp utility knife with a straight edge to deeply score it.
We emphasize recommending allowing them to acclimate to the room in which they will be installed at least 24 hours ahead. They may expand with changes in heat and humidity, so having them acclimate to the conditions in the room beforehand will allow for more successful installations. For this same reason, allow for a 1/4 inch expansion gap for wall to wall installations.
These are perfect for using in areas where disassembly is going to be done in the future to return to the subfloor. Taking them apart is as easy and fast as putting them together.
Because no special adhesive is required to either connect the home gym flooring together or to adhere it to the subfloor, disassemble and pick it up whenever desired. To disassemble it, just step on one and pull up on the connected ones, which will pull apart the puzzled outline on the interlocking exercise floor mats.
When preparing to store foam floor mats until the next time they’re needed, users can stack them for as long as required. Because these are so lightweight, no damage will occur from crushing problems by stacking them.
They are lead and latex free, so they’re safe for a variety of indoor use cases. Feel comfortable about deciding to use athletic shoes or bare feet on these without causing damage to the surfaces.
We do not recommend employing these outdoors. When used outside, they might expand and curl if exposed to direct sunlight in warm climates for extended periods of time.
They are easy to clean. Use a broom to sweep any dry debris. Or use a vacuum cleaner set at its highest setting. Some people prefer to use a hose and nozzle setting on the vacuum. Do not use a power head, which could result in damages.
Finally, for a more thorough cleaning, use a damp mop and common household floors cleaners on the tile, as long as avoiding a cleaner containing bleach. Steam cleaning may heat them up and cause them to expand.
FAQ Home Gym Flooring Q&A
What is the best foam gym flooring?
Multiple styles will work well in a residential gymnasium in a basement or spare bedroom. One of the best selections is foam gym mats. These have a level of comfort for the athletes that is tough to find in other materials. They also have a surprising level of durability and traction, all at a reasonable price. Some others worth considering include a rubber mat, carpet tiles, as well as PVC, artificial turf, and vinyl flooring for home gym mats purposes.
What are EVA foam gym mats?
These gym matts are a closed cell type of foamed material, which prevents moisture from entering the structure. By keeping wetness out, there will be no formation of mold and mildew. These are lightweight, so they’re easily moved into location for the installing process. Often times, a puzzled edge around the perimeter simplifies the processes of laying out the entire space by just connecting them like jigsaw puzzles. Gym foam mats are soft and cushioned, delivering shock absorption, which is vital for athletes looking to protect the joints of the lower body.
How thick should foam gym mat flooring be?
It depends on the planned use case. For supporting hefty exercising machinery or free weights, extremely thick rubberized surfaces are recommended. For martial arts that will involve throws, 2 or more inches of soft padding is helpful in an open cell shock absorbent material. For general working out needs, though, our foams work extremely well. An athlete will able to work for longer periods without pain in the ankles, knees, and hips with the forgiving nature in these foams.
Is EVA foam good for gym floors?
Yes. It yields outstanding versatility, meaning once it’s laid out, there are multiple types of exercises that can be performed on it. Our thick gym mats have a measurement of 3/8 of an inch and a material density rating of Shore C 62, providing the toughness and durable nature that can support activities at home or in a pro gym setting, including supporting many kinds of machines.
Do I need a puzzle exercise mat?
Adding this atop of your current floors can be a smart choice for certain workouts. With our separate mats featuring edging like puzzles, they will grip, rather than sliding around, making workouts safer. If working out while laying down, it gives a bit of extra cushioned space that’s nice for certain workout patterns. Using a yoga mat on top of it, for example, works nicely, because it allows the athlete to lay on top of a cushioned surface, and the yoga matting will not shift and slide.
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Is this good to use for floor aerobics?
I need something that I can lift weights on and not have to worry if I dropped them. will this work?
go for tumbling
Can these be used outside on concrete and do they slide?
Can this mat be used in my man cave? I will have a saltwater aquarium in there so sometime a little water spillage can happen oh and spilled beer when I over indulge.
How long can I expect these foam tiles to last in a home gym that gets used 3-4 times per week?
Can these be laid out over carpet? They will be ''boxed in'' by 2 walls, plus a 2 foot bump out. As well as a pillar on the opposite corner. I'm hoping that would prevent sliding?