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3/4" Shock Tiles

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  • Highest level of sound absorption.
  • Maximum shock absorption.
  • Perfect for home and commercial gyms.


Duracove 6" x 3.2mm x 100' Rubber Wall Base
Duracove 6" x 3.2mm x 100' Rubber Wall Base
6" x 3.2mm x 100 ln ft - Coved (with toe)
Covers expansion gap between the floor and the wall
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Duracove 2.5" x 3.2mm x 120' Rubber Wall Base
Duracove 2.5" x 3.2mm x 120' Rubber Wall Base
2.5" x 3.2mm x 120 ln ft - Coved (with toe)
Covers expansion gap between the floor and the wall
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$239.99 ea.
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  • Highest level of sound absorption.
  • Maximum shock absorption.
  • Perfect for home and commercial gyms.
  • Mold and mildew resistant.
  • 5-year warranty.
Description - Get ready to bounce back from even the heaviest of lifts with our 3/4” Shock Tiles! Featuring a waffle pattern that rivals your favorite breakfast treat, these interlocking gym tiles offer unbeatable sound absorption and vibration diffusion. Plus, with an anti-slip diamond tread surface, you won't have to worry about slipping and sliding during those intense workouts. Say goodbye to stinky gym floors thanks to our tiles' resistance to mold, mildew, and bacteria. And don't stress about installation - our shock-absorbing tiles are easy to install in any space, commercial or residential. Get ready to shock and roll!
Material – 3/4" Shock Tiles are constructed of vulcanized recycled rubber buffings.
Size – 2' x 2' (Interlocked size - 22.5" x 22.5")
Thickness – 3/4"
Weight – Each tile weighs approximately 16 Lbs.
Recommended Uses – The 3/4” Shock Mats are perfect as garage gym tiles and tiles for CrossFit. They have also been used as flooring for commercial gyms, home gym flooring, tiles under equipment, flooring for bumper plates, flooring for Olympic platforms, powerlifting tiles, anywhere free weights will be dropped, and much more.

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3/4" Shock Tiles are very easy to maintain and keep clean. Maintenance of these interlocking gym tiles typically includes:
  • Vacuuming any loose crumbs, dust, or debris from the tile flooring surface when necessary.
  • Occasional damp mopping of the floor tile with a mild soap and water solution. A few recommended soaps are Dawn dish detergent or Tide laundry detergent.
Note: Do not use any solvent or oil style cleaners such as Pine-Sol, Lysol, Murphy’s Oil Soap, WD40, paint thinner, etc., since these types of cleaners will break down the flooring over time.

For more detailed cleaning instructions and commercial cleaning instructions, Click Here.

Installation of these interlocking tiles is very simple and usually done by the consumer. Typical installation of these tiles is as follows:
  1. First, clean your subfloor, so it is free of all dirt, grease, or debris.
  2. Start in one corner of the room with a corner tile and add border tiles outward along the adjacent walls.
  3. Leave the other two edges of the room open and fill in the rest of the room, adding center, corner, and border tiles where you see fit.
  4. After the open floor is covered, go back and cut in tiles along the opposite walls in the room. We recommend leaving a gap along the walls roughly the tiles' thickness being used to account for expansion and contraction of the floor in varied temperature ranges.
Note: When piecing interlocking tiles together, adhesives aren’t usually needed since the weight of the product is usually enough to keep the floor tiles from moving. However, if you do experience movement and would like to ensure that the tiles do not slide at all, you can use some double-sided tape or mat tape around the perimeter of the installation to prevent any movement.

For printable installation instructions, please Click Here.
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Hi, I'm looking into making a home gym and rubber flooring in my mind is necessary. I intend on doing mostly free weights including deadlifts. This is the most important thing though with consideration to flooring, jump roping. I live in an apartment (1st floor) with carpeting. I have two questions. With regards to jump roping, I prefer the minimalist cushion possible as I prefer speed with the exercise. Do you guys offer anything that would be optimal for speed rope (minimal to zero cushioning)? Second, would the flooring damage the carpeting in any way, i.e. stains, chemical run off, etc? Please make any recommendations you feel are helpful and I'll take them under advisement. Thank you!
Our 3/4" Shock Tiles are great for speed rope and will not damage the carpeting underneath. If you were concerned that the tiles may damage the carpet, you can place a plastic sheet under the tiles. This would be suggested for installations over light colored carpet.
I would use this product for a garage gym. It looks good. My only question is whether the surface will firm/hard for me to stand on while lifting heavy weights. I cannot have the floor be "squishy."
Paul H.
Our 3/4" Shock Tiles are vulcanized tiles, which means they are harder and more durable than standard rubber flooring. So you won't have to worry about these tiles being squishy underfoot.
Are the Shock Tiles the same as the Shock Mats?
Our Shock Tiles are the same as our Shock Mats just in a smaller tile format. With these tiles, you can create custom sized matting for your space and get all of the sound and shock absorption that our Shock Mats offer.
Can this be used outdoors in a children's play area? If so, how well will it hold up under weather conditions?
Our 3/4" Shock Tiles can be used in a children's play area, but we do have products that would work better. Your can find these other products in our Playground Flooring section. These products would provide your play area with fall height ratings ensuring the kids won't hurt themselves if they were to fall.
Is there any rubber smell to these tiles? I've purchased other rubber matting, and the off-gas was very strong.
There is a rubber smell to our 3/4" Shock Tiles that can be stronger than some of our other rubber tiles. To help mitigate this smell, we recommend mopping the floor with a mild soap and water solution with a synthetic mop. You will then want to let this air dry in a well-ventilated area. To truly get the smell to dissipate, you may have to do this a few times.
Can these be cut? I have a diagonal wall in the area that I'm concerned about.
You can cut our 3/4" Shock Tiles with a sharp utility knife and a straight edge. Since these are vulcanized tiles, cutting them may take a little more effort. We recommend scoring the tiles with the first cut and then making several passes to cut through the tiles. Each pass would cut deeper and deeper. You will also need to make sure to change the blade as often as needed. A sharp blade will make cutting these tiles a lot easier.
Can these tiles be installed over radiant heated floors?
Our 3/4" Shock Tiles can be installed over a radiant heated floor.
Hi, I'm looking for rubber tiles to put over concrete floor to support a treadmill but also provide cushioning, shock absorption for plyometrics. What do you recommend?
Our 3/4" Shock Tiles work perfectly under treadmills providing shock absorption, cushion, and sound dampening. These tiles are one of our thickest tiles and are a re-vulcanized tile, making them one of our most durable.
Hi, I am looking to create a portable workout area about 3'-4'x6'. I would want to be able to lay it down then move it after I am done. I live on the 4th floor so I would need a product that muffles sound and vibration. I will be doing jump rope as well as other jumping exercises. The room where I would be putting this has wood floors. Would this product be applicable?
Workout Matt
Our 3/4" Shock Tiles would be a great floor for doing jump training while helping to deaden the noise generated below. This tile features a waffle backing that helps to channel and muffle sound as it travels through the floor. Since it is a tile, you are also able to install and remove the tiles as needed easily.
If I were to lay these down in my garage, can I park my car on top of them and move my car to workout without fear of damaging the tiles such as leaving permanent indention's?
You can drive a car over our 3/4" Shock Tiles. If you drive aggressively over them, there is a potential for the tiles to separate, but under normal driving, the tiles will hold up just fine. Outside of that, the only other thing you will need to look out for is the potential for tiles to degrade when they come in contact with oil. If you do have a car that does leak oil, we do suggest putting down a tarp where you will park your car.
Can they be made with a beveled edge to prevent tripping?
Presently our 3/4" Shock Tiles are only available in center tiles, so no beveled edged tiles are available.
I am putting in a second-floor exercise room in our office. We have some commercial carpet that I would like to leave in. Are your 3/4 inch shock tiles my best option? I am worried about sound-carry down to the 1st floor. What can I do to minimize that? I thought that leaving in the carpet would help?
Our 3/4" Shock Tiles were designed for use in areas where sound transfer needs to be kept at a minimum. These tiles feature a channeled bottom that helps to dissipate sound transfer from floor to floor. The existing carpet will also help mitigate this sound transfer as well. You may still get some noise from above, but it will be greatly reduced compared to just having the carpet in the room.
I am interested in using these under a treadmill in a condo. How much will they dampen the noise and vibration? Will the people in the condo below us still be able to hear?
Greg Zimmerman
Our 3/4," Shock Tiles are great for reducing sound transference, but they will not eliminate sound transference. Your neighbors below will still have the potential to hear your treadmill while in use.
Can a power rack and bench be placed on top of these?
You can place a power rack and a bench on to of our 3/4" Shock Tiles.
I see that shock tiles come with a beveled option. How many of the sides are beveled? I would assume that could be customized to either 1 or 2, but need to know before I make a purchase.
The number of beveled sides that come with each Shock Tile depends on the type of tile. Our Shock Tiles come in corner, border, and center tiles. The center tiles will not have any beveled edges as they will have interlocks on all sides. The border tiles will have 1 beveled edge. The other three sides will have interlocks. The corner tiles will have 2 beveled edges. The other two sides will have interlocks.
Can this be applied outside? Are they rain and heat tolerant?
Our 3/4" Shock Tiles can be installed outdoors. These rubber tiles are very durable and can withstand the elements. Rubber is very slip-resistant and more so when wet. These interlocking rubber tiles are also resistant to mold and mildew growth and are very easy to clean and maintain. Since these rubber tiles are non-porous, they can be easily sanitized. The only thing you will notice when you install these tiles outdoors is that they may fade slightly in direct sunlight.
Looking to put a power rack in my extra bedroom with carpet. Would I need put plywood between the carpet and mat to protect my foundation? Looking to do some over head presses and deadlifts.
If the carpet in your room is a low pile, commercial carpet, then you can install our 3/4" Shock Tiles over it with no issues. If the carpet is a plush, thick padded carpet, we recommend placing a 1/4" thick plywood board down before installing our rubber tiles. This will prevent the tiles from separating when the carpet pad underneath depresses.
Have there been any issues with the weight that these tiles add to structural framing? If I need 50 tiles, at 16 lbs. each, I am effectively adding 800 lbs. onto my wood framing, evenly distributed, of course. In my case, they would not be sitting on a concrete garage/sub-floor, so I did not know if there are structural concerns when using these, especially when adding a power rack, plates, dumbbells, etc. on top of this.
Our 3/4" Shock Tiles will not cause any structural issues when installed over a plywood subfloor. These tiles have been installed in many home gyms and second-floor gyms without any issues.
Can we perform deadlifts on it?
Yes, our Shock Tiles were made for all types of Olympic lifting. From deadlifting to power cleans, you can do it all on these tiles without damaging the subfloor below.
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  Definitely shock absorbent!
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Self-installed in Basement
Anonymous from DeWitt, MI wrote...
These tiles are definitely very solid, lock together well, and will absorb some heavy impact. The only reason I am not giving them a 5 start review is because they are not all the same thickness and some are virgin rubber and some are recycled crumb rubber. Neither of these are major issues but it would be good to have more consistency in their build/quality.
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  Garage gym floor
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Jason from Las Vegas wrote...
I purchased 50 tiles of the 3/4 inch shock tile for my garage floor. I primarily do P90x workouts and some light weights thrown in occasionally. The floor has a nice waffle pattern on the bottom that provides plenty of absorption when jumping on it which in turn provides cushioning for my joints, especially my knees. I liked the way that it snaps together as a puzzle. It was easy to install. Customer service was excellent and they worked with me in sending out samples to review prior to me making my purchase. I would buy this product again.The one thing that needs to be applied to the website is that ALL these pieces are 22.5 inches, not 24 inches. Make sure you apply the 22.5 inches per tile when you do your build. Rubber flooring was great to work with as they called the manufacturer and confirmed the size (otherwise I would have been short).
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  Fantastic Exercise Mats
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Self-installed in Home Gym
Greg from Atlanta, GA wrote...
These are perfect for all exercise. I use them in my basement and do plenty of P90X, Insanity, etc. exercise routines on them. They provide impact resistance and good grip for jumping and moving around. They are heavy enough to not move around when jumping and landing. They are more expensive than the other tiles, but are well worth the price and I know that they will last years for me, especially given that they are for personal use. They were very easy to install. I got the beveled edges and they look great, very professional.
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