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3/4" Endurance Rubber Tiles

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  • Great for basketball courts, gym flooring and much more.
  • Easy to install and maintain.
  • Very slip resistant.
  • Features a 15 year warranty.
  • Durable yet shock absorbent.
  • Able withstand up to 25,000 lbs of rollover weight and a compressive strength of 1250 psi.
Description - Endurance Rubber Tiles are one of the most versatile modular tiles on the market today. Made with recycled rubber and plastic, these interlocking tiles can be used virtually anywhere. Great as home gym flooring and for garage gyms, these tiles are certain to be the perfect floor for your needs. Featuring great shock absorbency and durability, a 15-year warranty backs these rubber tiles.
Note: Because these tiles are softer than our standard garage tiles, we do not recommend driving over them. The main issue you will run into is that the tiles can separate when turning your car's wheels.
Material – Constructed of 75% thermoplastic elastomer and 25% polypropylene copolymer.
Size – 15.75” x 15.75”
Thickness – 3/4 Inch
Weight – ~1.47 Lbs. per tile
Recommended Uses – Endurance Rubber tiles are the perfect floor for any space in and out of your home or business and has been used as flooring for trade shows, as court flooring, for pickleball courts, as garage flooring, in-home gyms, as Cross Fit gym flooring, as basement flooring, as event flooring, in offices, and much more.

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Endurance interlocking tiles are easy to maintain. Cleaning of these multiuse tiles typically includes:
  • Vacuuming or sweeping any loose crumbs, dust, or debris from the tiles when necessary.
  • Hose off or damp mop the floor tiles with a mild soap and water mixture for tough or caked on dirt and/or stains.

Garage tiles are easy to install. Installation of these floor tiles typically includes:
  • Clean your sub floor so that it is free of all dirt, dust, grease, or other foreign material.
  • When installing the hard plastic tiles, we recommend starting in the front left corner of the room and working your way out from there.
  • Make sure the female side (loops) of the tile is facing away from the wall.
  • After filling the left wall with tiles and the adjacent wall, proceed to fill the rest of the room with whole tiles.
  • When you come up to a wall or object, don’t worry. Just measure the area and cut the tiles with a tile cutter or a power saw with a fine-toothed blade and put the trimmed tiles into place.
  • When trimming the tiles into place, make sure you leave about a 3/4” space between the tiles and the wall or obstruction.
  • Once the tiles are in place, you can then snap in the edge pieces, if you purchased them.

Made in the USA

  • Keeping Production Local

Products that are Made in the USA provide jobs for our citizens as well as future generations. Domestically made products ensure that the items we bring into our homes are passed through higher quality control standards and are better not only for our families but for the environment.

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My concerns are that tiles not will lock together flush and stay that way (no raised edges between tiles). Tiles are being used on a poured concert basement floor.
richard scavetta
Our Rubbertrax Tiles when interlocked will stay locked and flush. These tiles have a very durable interlocking system and can withstand the daily abuses of working out on them.
Live in low country with flooding periodically in basement. Want a grid floor that will allow water to flow under it towards sump pump.
Our Rubbertrasx Tiles will allow water to flow through and under these tiles to your sump pump. Even the solid tiles interlock loose enough to allow water to pass between the tiles and to flow to the sump pump. Since these tiles are constructed with both rubber and plastic, they are mold and mildew resistant and are very easy to uninstall, clean, and reinstall in the event there is a major flood.
Can you see through these? Can you see the floor under these tiles?
You can see through our Endurance Rubber Tiles in the Ribtrax and Smooth Ribtrax patterns. The Diamond pattern, you would not.
What is the psi rating on these tiles?
John Adams
Our Endurance Rubber Tiles have a psi rating of 1250 and can withstand rolling weights up to 25,000 lbs.
How chemical/automotive fluid resistive is your product?
Our 3/4" Endurance Rubber Tiles are resistant to most household and vehicle chemicals. They are very easy to clean and maintain and are just as easy to install, remove and replace when damaged. These tiles would have the same resistance to chemicals as our standard garage tiles.
Are these tiles ok to put a front load washing machine on? This would be in the basement, and we have occasional water problems.
You can place a washing machine on top of our 3/4" Endurance Rubber Tiles. These tiles were designed to be used heavy weight-equipment, so putting a washer or dryer under these tiles would be a walk in the park.
Can this product be laid outdoor on a flat tamped or compacted gravel base? And if so, how will It perform over time?
Gail Wolfe
We recommend installing our 3/4" Endurance Rubber Tiles over a flat, hard surface like concrete, asphalt, or wood. Customers have installed our Endurance Rubber Tiles over a compacted gravel base with success. Depending on how you are using the flooring will depend on how it will perform. These tiles work best over the recommend subfloors.
Do these tiles have a smell?
Our 3/4" Endurance Rubber Tiles do have a slight rubber smell to them. It is not overpowering as there is not much rubber material in each tile. If the smell of the tile is a little overpowering, we recommend mopping the tiles with a mild soap and water solution and letting them air dry. This may have to be done a few times to mitigate the smell properly.
How flexible are the floor tiles? I am looking at lining the interior of a v bottom Jon boat, and the floor tapers in toward bow and up towards the sides. Tough dimensions to get an exact measurement. I am really looking to dampen sound/vibrations and add stability when standing. Thanks!
Our 3/4" Endurance Rubber Tiles are very flexible and would be able to be bent to fit the bottom of a boat. Since these tiles are made with rubber and plastic, they are very durable and are slip-resistant and more so when wet. They will help to reduce some sound and vibration noise and are very easy to clean and maintain.
Is it possible to use the rubber tile just in the middle of the floor, like a large rug?
You can use our 3/4" Endurance Rubber Tiles in the middle of the floor like a large rug.
Are they more like rubber or plastic, and is the underside sharp? I have a flat roof with rolled roofing and don't want to puncture it.
Our 3/4" Endurance Rubber Tiles are more like rubber than plastic. They don't have anything sharp on the underside of the tile that will puncture a rubber roof. Since these tiles are made with both rubber and plastic, they do tend to expand and contract quite a bit, so we do recommend placing at least a 3/4" expansion gap around your flooring to help accommodate this.
Hi, I am looking for garage flooring that will allow me to park my car inside my garage and also allow me to have a home gym. Will this mat be able to hold up with weights dropping on them?
John Coester
Our 3/4" Endurance Rubber Tiles are not as durable as our standard garage tiles, so we don't recommend driving a car over them as they can come apart. They are great as gym flooring in home gyms and garage gyms. These tiles have all the great qualities that standard rubber tiles posses but have the added durability found in garage flooring. These tiles can handle the dropping of heavy weights and can be easily installed and cleaned.
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I had a problem with my flooring because I laid it in my cargo trailer. I used double sided tape and it buckled when it got super hot inside . I called the company and they sent me some glue to use to put down . This company is the greatest , I would recommend them to anyone.
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Chris from Indianapolis, IN wrote...
I bought these after one of the sells reps said this might be a good option for my garage / gym that I put in. I have a squat rack in my gym and a bench and do some olympic lifts and wanted something that would give me some give. Working out on the concrete was killing my knees. I was going to go with a different product at first but the sales rep told me to get a sample of this and the flex tile. I really like this product over the flex tile since it was a little thicker. Its also really comfortable to workout on. The tiles were super easy to install and have been easy to clean. I park my car when I'm not working out, so I like that they can withstand the weight of it. Once it get's a little nice our here, I will have to send a picture of my install.
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Jack Kirchoff from GARDEN CITY ,KS. wrote...
everything was what i expected thanks
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