Do you have a big area to cover? Not a problem! Rubber rolls are a great
solution for both large and small spaces. Order pre-cut or custom-cut sizes
to fit your space. Additionally, rubber rolls have less seams, giving a
smoother, more uniform appearance.
Rubber rolls come in many different sizes to fit all spaces and needs. Custom
cut rolls are great - you can get them cut to perfectly fit your space. All custom cut
rolls are 4’ wide and start at 15’ long, going all the way up to 140’ long. All custom cut
rolls are cut and sized by the linear foot, giving you tons of options to fit into your
space like a perfect pair of jeans.
Sometimes our pre-cut rolls will run a little less expensive and can also ship faster.
If you’re on a strict budget and timeline, they could be a better choice than custom cut.
Our pre-cut rubber rolls are cut at 4' wide by 25' long or 4' wide by 50' long. You can
easily cut the flooring to fit once you have it in your space.
Rubber Rolls by Thickness
It is equally important to consider the roll’s thickness. Rubber rolls can range
anywhere from 5mm to ½” in thickness, including 5mm, ¼”, 8mm, ½” and more.
Thinner rolls are great for light, at home workouts, while ⅜” rolls are the standard for
commercial gyms. Thicker rolls typically include a higher price point, but also (usually)
offer more durability and shock absorbency, making them the #1 choice for high
impact workouts and Olympic lifting.
**Note: In some cases thicker rolls at longer length can be challenging to ship due to the
weight and size of the rolls.
Where to Use Rubber Rolls
- • Indoor sports center
- • Entrance or walkway
- • Boats
- • Ice skating rinks
- • Small indoor markets
- • Corporate offices
- • So much more...
RUBBER ROLLS INSTALLATION
THE BEST SUB-FLOOR FOR RUBBER ROLLS
Any concrete, low pile carpet, hardwood, ceramic or porcelain tiles, or even
on top of compacted dirt. It is important that your subfloor is leveled to ensure
safety and a flat surface for workouts.
**Note: Dark rubber can stain light carpets, vinyl and some hardwood. Easy fix! → If
you are laying the products on top of an existing floor, we recommend getting a plastic
sheet to place in between the rubber and your current floor.
- • Antimicrobial
- • Free-floating installation
- • Sound absorption
- • Recycled rubber
- • Shock absorption
- • Modern style
• Can be damaged using oil based solvents
• Heavy to work with, may require extra help or a dolly
• Color fleck rubber rolls are not UV stable
If you think rubber rolls might be for you, feel free to take a trip over to our
rubber rolls page, shop around and find the perfect roll for you.