Looking for an easy installation? Whether you are covering a mud room or you are
an Olympic bodybuilder, rubber tiles are perfect for just about any use. Rubber tiles,
unlike the rubber rolls, can lock together just like puzzle pieces. No need to adhere
the rubber tiles to your floor; you can just place them directly on the existing floor
to create a floating floor, making rubber tiles a stress free installation - the perfect
Do It Yourself project for anyone!
For our avid Do-It-Yourself-ers or even a flooring novice, our rubber tiles make
installation a breeze. Many interlocking rubber tiles allow you to install the product
with corner, border and center tiles, making it a cinch to complete your project.
Some other interlocking tiles come with two detachable edge pieces for simple
installation in irregularly shaped rooms.I know what you're thinking: what are
corner, border and center tiles? No problem. Here's the breakdown:
**Note: If your room is not true to its size, you can always cut any of the tiles using
a sharp utility knife.
This varies on particular products:
Rubber tiles come in many different sizes to fit all spaces and needs. Larger tiles
are great for covering a large space, but can require extra cutting and material,
especially in smaller spaces.
Rubber Tiles by Thickness
It is even more important to consider the tile’s thickness. Rubber tiles can range
anywhere from ¼” to 1” in thickness, including 8mm, ⅜”, ½”, ¾” and more. Thinner
tiles are great for light, at home workouts, while ⅜” tiles are the standard for
commercial gyms. Thicker tiles 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.
We all love a product that can complement home decor, whether that is
complementing your new gym equipment, or even the color of your accent
wall. Our rubber tiles come in several different colors. Not only do we have
black tiles with speckles of color, we also offer solid rubber tiles in red, blue,
green and more. A few of these high quality and vibrant rubber tiles can be
seen below - take a look:
RUBBER TILES INSTALLATION
THE BEST SUB-FLOOR FOR RUBBER TILES
Any concrete, low pile carpet, hardwood, ceramic or porcelain tiles, or even on
top of compacted dirt. It is important that any 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.
- • Glue-free/tape-free installation
- • Super fast installation
- • Easy to cut with sharp utility knife
- • Comfortable for long periods of standing
- • Easy to clean
- • Virtually Seamless*
- • Light weight compared to rubber rolls
- • Easy to store
*Note: This does not apply to all tiles but majority of the
tiles have a seamless appearance.
• Tedious for big spaces
• More seams than rubber rolls
No matter the use, whether you are installing the product yourself or you
have a wonderful contractor on hand, our rubber tiles are a great choice.
Not only durable, high quality and easy to store, but you can make them
complement any look. If you think rubber tiles might be for you, feel free
to take a trip over to our rubber tiles page, shop around and find the
perfect tile for you.