Home Gym Flooring Tile Pebble 10 mm
Gym Mats for Home, Home Gym Mats, Foam Gym Mat Flooring 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 you're seeking a type of exercise flooring for use at home or in an athletic studio, you want to find the perfect combination of durability and looks. Our 10 mm pebble top gym mats for home tile is able to accomplish both successfully, all at a great price point.
Gym Mats for Home and Exercise Equipment
These rugged, high-density EVA foam gym mats for home features a pebble top surface design that is excellent for home gyms where a lightweight and durable flooring is needed. And it looks good enough to be used in a professional studio setting too, as it will stand up to heavy exercise equipment.
This high density home gym floor will give you exactly the performance you need, no matter where you're installing it. We've put together a list of the seven best reasons to make use of our tiles.
These home gym floor tiles can withstand having all types of exercise equipment placed on them. This flooring is designed to last for years beneath exercise equipment without suffering damage.
With a thickness measurement of 3/8 of an inch and a material density rating of Shore C 62, you can be sure that these gym mats for home have the toughness and durability required to support exercise equipment, whether at home or in a professional gym setting. This foam tile is one of the hardest foam floor tiles available.
However, if you plan to use large sets of free weights in your exercise room, please contact our customer service team and explain what kinds of weights you'll be using. The team can help you find the perfect style of flooring for free weight training, which may involve a rubber tile style of flooring.
Foam Gym Mats for Home Cardio Workouts
With our pebble top designer texture flooring, you will enjoy surety of footing when using the foam. This feature in our gym mats for home is great for being able to make the kinds of sudden and strong moves required to gain the most out of your cardio exercises.
These tiles are non-absorbent, so they will not soak up sweat or spills from water bottles. This is a pleasing feature for these tiles, as it means they will not absorb sweaty odors either.
Each of the gym mats for home pieces carries a 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty, which means you can count on long-lasting performance from the tiles.
However, if you plan to perform aerobics activities on this flooring, we do not recommend placing these tiles on top of carpeting. This could cause the foam tiles to slide and shift, potentially causing the athletes in the aerobics class to lose their footing.
Home Gym Mats Design
These all-black tiles will maintain a great look over time, as they resist showing wear and tear, thanks to the tough EVA foam used. The pebble top designer gym mats for home flooring also provides a professional, finished look, which means you can feel comfortable installing these tiles in your home where visitors may see them. The black tiles look professional enough to use in a studio setting too.
We do have to mention that the color and shade for individual tiles may vary somewhat within the same order. This is a common occurrence with EVA foam tiles, and it is not a manufacturing defect. Most of our customers report that the all-black design of the Home Gym Mats Pebble 10 mm tiles doesn't reveal these shade variances as much as colored tiles do. And once you have exercise equipment placed atop these tiles, any color or shade variations becomes unnoticeable. Please note that the gray and brown colors will vary in tone and shade from tile to tile and within one tile.
Home Gym Floor Mats Installation
This product works as either permanent or portable gym mats for home flooring, thanks to the installation process used. Our foam mat for home gym tiles are easy to handle for one person, as each individual tile weighs just 1.8 pounds.
We feature a puzzle style edge design on our Home Gym Mats Pebble 10 mm tiles. To install the home gym floor tiles, just line up the tiles next to each other, with the tabs from one of the tiles matching the slots on the other tile. You then can step on the pebble top designer texture flooring tiles or use your hand to press the edges of the tiles together.
Once the edges of the gym mats for home are connected, they will form a tight seal that will remain in place, even as people walk on the tiles or after you place heavy equipment on them. We use a precise cutting method for the puzzle style edges of the home gym floor tiles, ensuring that each tile will connect to another tile perfectly, even if the individual pieces of the pebble top designer texture flooring come from different manufacturing batches.
This flooring tile can be installed directly over any hard flat surface, including other flooring tiles or concrete in a basement floor or garage. This material is durable and designed to function similar to rubber tiles. However, it is not as durable as rubber and it's not designed for high-traffic areas, such as would be found in an entryway. Additionally, high heels can puncture the foam tiles, so you may need to control the types of shoes that are allowed on the floor.
You'll love how quickly you can install the gym mats for home pebble 10 mm product. Each foam mat for home gym tile has dimensions of 2 by 2 feet. However, you will not quite receive 4 square feet of coverage area with these tiles because of the puzzle style edges. If you want some help calculating the number of home gym floor tiles you need for your installation, please contact our customer service team for some help determining the interlocking loss.
Because of the large size of these pebble top designer texture flooring tiles, you'll be able to complete the installation process in no time, even if you're working in a large, open space. Compare the coverage area of these 2-by-2-foot home gym floor tiles to a type of tile that measures 1-by-1-foot, and you'll quickly see why you can install these tiles much faster than a smaller size of tile.
Each pebble top gym mats for home tile comes with two border strips that connect to the tile using the same puzzle style edge design. This means you can install this floor tile wall to wall or in an island design quickly. By using the border strips with the foam mat for home gym tiles, you won't have to cut as many tiles to achieve a flat, finished look to the edges of the tiles, allowing you to complete the installation process much faster.
Should you need to cut this foam, however, it is an easy process. Just use a sharp utility knife with a straight edge to deeply score the tiles.
We do recommend that you allow the gym mats for home to acclimate to the room where they will be installed at least 24 hours before installation. The foam tiles may expand with changes in heat and humidity, so having the tiles acclimate to the conditions in the room ahead of time will allow for a more successful installation. For this same reason, allow for a 1/4 inch expansion gap for wall to wall installations.
Our lightweight gym floor is perfect for using in areas where you may need to disassemble the pebble top designer gym mats for home flooring to return to the sub-floor in the future. Taking apart the individual tiles in this flooring is just as easy and fast as putting them together. Because no special adhesive is required to either connect the home gym floor tiles or to adhere the tiles to the sub-floor, you can disassemble and pick up these tiles at any time. To disassemble the pebble top designer texture flooring, just step on one tile and pull up on an adjacent tile, which will pull apart the interlocking puzzle edge.
When it's time to store these tiles until the next time you need them, you can stack them for as long as required. Because these tiles are so lightweight, you will not cause damage to the tiles by stacking them.
Home Gym Floor Cleaning
The Home Gym Mats Pebble 10 mm product is lead and latex free, meaning it's safe for a variety of indoor use cases. You can feel free to use athletic shoes or bare feet on these tiles without causing damage to the surface of the flooring. We do not recommend using these gym mats for home outdoors for any length of time. When used outside, the foam tiles may expand and curl if exposed to direct sunlight in warm climates for extended periods of time.
To clean our tiles, you can use a broom to clean off any dry debris. Or you can use a vacuum cleaner set at its highest setting. Some people prefer to use a hose and nozzle setting on the vacuum cleaner. Do not use a power head, or you could damage the surface of the tiles. Finally, for a more thorough cleaning, you can use a damp mop and common household floor cleaners on the tile, as long as you do not use a cleaner containing bleach. Steam cleaning may heat up the tiles and cause them to expand.
Product can be damp mopped with common household floor cleaners, avoid bleach. Test your vacuum before use.Shipping
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⌃ Back to top SPECIFICATIONS
|SF per Item||4.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||25|
|Interlock Loss||0.03 feet|
|Material Hardness||Shore C 62|
|Surface Finish||Pebble top|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Interlocking, dry lay|
|Border Strips Included||Yes|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year limited|
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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?