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3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles

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  • Great for commercial and home gym use.
  • Easy to install and maintain.
  • 5 year warranty.

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  • Great for commercial and home gym use.
  • Easy to install and maintain.
  • 5 year warranty.
  • Center cut tile with two removable edge pieces.
  • Can be installed indoors and out.
Description - Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are the perfect tiles to use in any commercial or home gym application. This interlocking tile is a center tile that comes with removable edge pieces on two ends, which allows you to turn any tile into a corner, border, or center tile. This means you can spend less time figuring how many of each tile you will need and more time enjoying your new floor. These gym tiles are also very easy to install, only needing a sharp utility knife and straight edge to cut, and will appear virtually seamless once fully installed. These rubber tiles can also be used to create custom mats that won’t dent or tear under treadmills, stationary bikes, or weight benches. Just like our Tight-Lock tiles, our Sport-Lock tile features a 5-year warranty.
Note: - Removable edge pieces may require some cutting for proper removal.
Material – Recycled rubber SBR rubber and colored EPDM virgin rubber flecks.
Size – 36” x 36” (Interlocked size - 36" x 36")
Thickness – 3/8" (~9mm)
Weight – Each tile weighs approximately 20 Lbs.
Recommended Uses – Sport-Lock tiles have been used successfully in both residential and commercial applications. These interlocking rubber tiles have been used in weight rooms, home gyms, exercise rooms, locker rooms, doggie daycares, pet grooming facilities, baseball dugouts, bathrooms, outdoor decks, patios, as anti-fatigue mats, and under stationary bikes, treadmills, and fitness equipment.

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Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are extremely easy to maintain and keep clean. Maintenance for interlocking rubber tiles includes:
  • Vacuuming any loose crumbs, dust, or debris from the surface when necessary.
  • Occasionally damp mopping with a mild soap and water solution. Recommended soaps are Dawn dish detergent or Tide laundry detergent.
Note: Do not use any solvent or oil style cleaners such as Pinesol, 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 interlocking tiles is very simple and typically done by the consumer. Typical installation of these tiles is as follows:
  • First, clean your sub floor so it is free of all dirt, grease or debris.
  • Snap a chalk line on the subfloor 24” from one wall in your room. Snap another chalk line on the subfloor 24” from an adjacent wall. You should now have a pair of perpendicular lines making an approximate 90-degree angle.
  • Begin laying the interlocking tiles along the chalk lines, snapping the locks together as you go.
  • Leave the perimeter of the room open until the field is installed.
  • After the field is covered, go back and cut in lines along the walls in the room. Leaving a gap at the wall roughly the thickness of tiles being used is recommended to account for expansion and contraction of the floor tiles 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.

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I recently saw this tile in a gym. I love the way it feels under foot. Do you make this for a kitchen floor?
Linda
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber tiles can be used as flooring in a residential kitchen. These tiles will provide comfort under foot and are slip resistant when wet.
Do the rubber tiles come with edge pieces to finish off the look. I'm nervous about having the edge of my gym flooring be uneven
Lauren
Each 3/8" Sport-Loc Rubber Tile comes with removable edging so you can create a finished look. Each tile can be made into a corner, border, or center tile.
What is the difference between the "sport lock" and the rubber-gym tile? I'm looking for a black, 3/8" tile but can't find any description of the differences.
SteveE
The differences between the 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles and our 3/8" Rubber Gym Tiles is that the Rubber Gym Tiles are a vulcanized tile. That means they are non-porous and are denser than the Sport-Lock Tiles. This gives the Rubber Gym Tiles a leg up when it comes to dropping heavy weights. The Rubber Gym Tiles also are a different size compared to the Sport-Loc Rubber Tiles. The Sport-Lock Tiles are 3' x 3' while the Rubber Gym Tiles are 2' x 2' and 4' x 4'. The other main difference is the surface of the tiles. The Sport-Lock Tiles have a flat surface that helps to give you a more consistent look whereas the Rubber Gym Tiles have a textured top which can give you a very inconsistent look. Both come in corner, border, and center tiles, but the Sport-Lock Tiles have an added feature having two removable border pieces. This means any tile can be made into a corner, border, or center tile, whereas the Rubber Gym Tiles would need to be ordered in that manner. The last difference is that the Rubber Gym Tiles can come beveled. This could be beneficial if you are trying to match up the tiles to another flooring surface or at entryways.
I am looking for a floor for my basement that could leak under severe conditions as we are currently having in Missouri. Are these rubber tiles suitable?
Kim
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are great as a basement floor. Since these tiles are interlocking tiles, they would be easy to move if and when your basement floods. If these tiles do get flooded, they can be moved and then placed outside to dry. Once dried and cleaned they can be placed back in your basement like new.
We just installed the gym tiles, very strong in odor. What is this made of and what are the hazards?
Isela
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are not hazardous and are made from recycled rubber with a urethane binder to keep the tile together. To help to mitigate the odor of the flooring, we recommend mopping the flooring with a mild soap and water solution and then letting the flooring air dry. This may need to be done a few times to eliminate the smell.
Would this flooring work well for heavy lifting? If I were to drop a weighted barbell, would it damage the floor?
Vincent Flanagan
You can drop heavy weights on our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles. This thickness is the most common thickness used in commercial gyms. We typically say you can easily drop 100 lb dumbbells on these tiles with little concern of damage occurring to the subfloor under the tiles. Since a barbell with plates typically diffuses the amount of weight placed at one spot of the floor, you can drop a weighted barbell with no worries to damaging your subfloor.
Bought the sport-lock tiles for a workout room in my basement. Question I have is to confirm if the arrows on the bottom side of the tiles mean anything for installation, or if I can lay the tiles however they work the best. I figure these were just part of the manufacturing process, but I wanted to check before I started the install. Thanks.
Steve
The arrows on the bottom of the 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are there to ensure that grain of your floor goes in the right direction. We typically recommend that all of the arrows go in the same direction. This will ensure that your flooring appears to be as seamless as possible. But this is not always possible. So if you do have to put the arrow in a different direction, the tiles will still interlock but the floor may not look as seamless. If you have to do this, we suggest doing it in areas where the floor will not be seen.
Are these tiles good for high-impact, aerobic exercise? I want to make sure there is enough cushion to protect joints.
Anonymous
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles would be great for high-impact, aerobic exercises. These tiles would provide you with a lot of shock absorption and are very easy to install and maintain. We also do offer an extensive line of high impact flooring, so if there are other colors or more cushioning, we have tiles and rolls that would be perfect.
If the tiles are 3'X3' - when you add the edge piece to a tile, now much extra length does it add to the total as my room is exactly 9'X9,' but I am afraid the edges will add an extra couple of inches when attached and then it will not fit?
When you interlock our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles, you will lose about an inch. This inch is made back up by the edging. So you would need 9 tiles to cover that space.
Can skates be worn on these? I was looking to install some in the garage for quick access to my backyard rink. Thanks!
Tim M
You can wear ice skates or roller skates on our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles. These tiles have been installed around ice rinks with great success.
What is the life expectancy of this tile in a high school weight room?
Mark Pieratt
We don't have any longevity studies for our rubber flooring, but our 3/8"Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles can last for pretty much as long as the high school will be around.
what do you recommend for cleaning these floors?
Anonymous
To clean our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles, we recommend the use of a mild soap and water solution for stuck on stains with a synthetic mop. For dirt and debris, you would just use a broom. A steam mop is also, very effective on these tiles.
How strong is the odor and how long after installation before it is no longer noticeable? Is there any way to expedite the out-gasing? Thanks.
Ratz
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles do have a mild rubber smell associated with them. This smell, on it's own, will dissipate after a few weeks of installation. To help speed up this process, we recommend mopping the floor with a mild soap and water solution and letting the floor air dry. This step may need to be repeated for people who are sensitive to smells.
Will these stain carpet? Was first looking at rubber stall mats that warn of natural oils staining carpets underneath.
Dave
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles will not stain carpets in most installations. If you are concerned that these tiles might stain your carpet, we recommend placing a plastic sheet between the rubber the carpet to minimize that risk.
Two questions... 1) does the floor have a rubber smell, or does this disappear? 2) We have wood floors. Can I lay this directly over with no issue or potential damage ?
scott adams
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles do have a slight odor to them that can be mitigated by mopping the tiles with a mild soap and water solution and letting them air dry. These rubber tiles can be installed over hardwood flooring without causing any staining to the wood, but if you are concerned about this issue, we do recommend placing a plastic sheet under the tiles to protect your hardwood flooring.
Are these mats phthalate and formamide free?
Jake
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are made from recycled rubber tires, so they would be phthalate and formamide free. These two plasticizers are typically found in foam products to help make the softer.
Is this project good under pets? How does it stand up to cat urine?
Dora
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are great as flooring where pets will be. These tiles are resistant to moisture and will keep the urine on top of the floor for some time. When using this flooring where pets will be, we do recommend using our floor finish and sealer. The floor is somewhat porous, so this will help to fill in those pores. Without the sealer, liquids will not go through the floor but may get in the floor and dry there leaving any salts behind.
Can these tiles be placed right over a plywood floor that is new construction?
Mary Binkowski
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles can be installed over any flat, hard surface. So our rubber tiles can be installed over a plywood floor.
I see your other comment indicating these are slip-resistant when wet. Are these also slip-resistant when dry?
Jim
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are slip resistant when either wet or dry. Why we highlighted that these tiles are slip resistant when wet is that rubber is actually more slip resistant when wet. Most surfaces when wet are less slip resistant, which makes rubber flooring a great flooring option for areas where water will be present.
What is the bottom of the tile like? Is it flat or does it have groves/channels for air flow?
Anonymous
The bottom of our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are smooth.
We intend to lay on top of vinyl floor. are the edges tapered? or do you sell edge ramps?
bil
The edges of our 3/8" Sport-Loc Rubber Tiles are not tapered. To get a tapered edge, we recommend purchasing out Rubber Floor Ramps.
HI there - I am looking to specify the rubber tiles on a wall application in a residential basement/indoor baseball area. Is that possible? Or not recommended? Please advise. And if so, what adhesive should my installer use? thanks
Carla
You can install our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles on a wall. To keep the tiles on the wall, we recommend using our Polyurethane Adhesive.
I bought these for a home gym. Look great and working well. I have some left over and need a mat for under and around an outside gas grill to protect a stone patio from grease spills. Could I use these for that?
You can use our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles as a mat by an outside grill to protect your stone from grease. These rubber tiles are very slip-resistant even when wet and are only semi-porous only allowing dried grease to get caught in the surface of the tile. These tiles are very easy to clean and can be sealed to ensure no grease gets stuck in your floor with our Rubber Floor Finish and Sealer.
Can you install this over carpet? I am building a home gym, and wonder how this will work if placed over carpet. I will be placing a squat stand/bench and barbell with bumper weights on it.
Natasha
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles can be installed over a commercial grade, low pile carpet with ease. When placed over plush, residential carpet with a thick pad, these tiles can separate a bit creating a tripping hazard. This is due to the thick pad being depressed under the flooring. You can still install these tiles over this type of carpet, but we don't recommend it.
can I put heavy gym equipment on this floor and can I lay it directly on cement
You can drop heavy weights and equipment on our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles. This thickness is the most common thickness used in commercial gyms. These tiles can be laid directly on cement.
Are these easy to cut? I have support poles in the basement that are round. Suggestions on what to do when I get to them.
Jeff
You can cut our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles very easily with a sharp utility knife and a straight edge. Make sure you follow the cardinal rule of measuring twice and cutting once.
Are the Sport Lock rubber tiles porous or non-porous?
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are semi-porous. These tiles will not allow water or other liquids to flow through to the subfloor, but can over time allow liquids and salts to get in the floor.
Can I use this 3/8 in my garage and be able to park the car on top of it?
Josephine Wyatt
You can install our 3/8" Sport-Loc Rubber Tiles in a garage, but we wouldn't recommend it. Since these are tiles, there is potential for the tiles to come apart during certain moves when driving into your garage. If you just pull in and out of your garage, installing these tiles would work just fine, but if you turned the wheel for any reason, then the tiles would have the potential to come apart. Parking a car over the tiles will not damage the tiles in any way. The only issue that you may run into is that if your car were to leak oil, that over time the tiles may break down. To prevent this, we recommend installing our Nitro Rolls or one of Auto Floor Guards mats under your car.
We are interested in using these for an exercise room near a pool, so swimmers will be coming in and out to drop off equipment. We love that these will help avoid slipping. Do they dry quickly (we worry about mold growing from damp, dark areas)?
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles do dry fairly quickly as long as there is good ventilation. Our rubber flooring is mold and mildew resistant, so that wouldn't be a concern unless there were some food or other organic matter on or under the tiles. Water may get under the tiles, so if that were to happen, we would recommend pulling the tiles up periodically and drying them under the surface.
Is it possible to or recommended to put some type of sealer on the tiles?
You don't have to seal our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles, but if you wanted to you can with our Rubber Floor Finish and Sealer.
Are these recommended for outdoor use?
You can use our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles outdoors. These tiles are very durable and can withstand the elements. Our rubber flooring is very slip resistant, even when wet, and are mold and mildew resistant. Since the tiles are not UV resistant, the only thing you will notice is that the tiles will start to fade over time.
I am thinking that I would use underfloor electric heating in the winter. Can I put this under tiles? Will they still fit together and lie flat? Or is there another way to use the underfloor heating with tiles? Or would rolls be better?
James
You can install floor heating under our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles. These tiles will not be affected by the use of it. Since rubber is an insulator, you may not feel the full effects of the heater like you would with tile or concrete. In regards to the installation of the floor heating system, we would recommend following the install instructions that accompany the system.
What is the difference between the 3/8" Sport Lock Tiles and the 3/8" Tight Lock Tiles?
The main difference between the 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles and the 3/8" Tight Lock Tiles is that the Sport-Lock Tiles have removable edge pieces whereas the Tight Lock Tiles come in either a corner, border or center tile. Other than that, they are the same size, made from the same material and are the preferred tile for commercial gyms.
Do these tiles need to be glued down, or are they free-floating?
Jake
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are not meant to be glued down but are meant to be installed as an interlocking floating floor. These tiles are very easy to install and can be cut to fit any area with a sharp utility knife and a straight edge.
Are these durable enough to put under treadmill and elliptical in my gym in my basement?
Rita Grote
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are the same thickness commonly found in commercial gyms. So these rubber tiles would be great under treadmills, ellipticals, and any other fitness equipment.
I am building a house with a roof deck that will be on top of an EPDM or TPO membrane float roof. I want to use something like this material as a covering to protect the membrane from leaks. Will this or other products you all make work? Interlocking would be preferable for resistance to wind up-lift.
Rick F.
You can use our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles as a protectant flooring option for EPDM or TPO membrane roofs. These tiles are interlocking and would be wind resistant under normal conditions.
What is the width of the interlocking tabs?
Ben Hitter
The width of the interlocking tabs on our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles is approximately 2," and they stick out approximately an inch.
Are the Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles "non-absorbent, anti-slip" when wet? Other products specifically say it (i.e. 3/8" Rubber Gym Tiles), but this one does not.
Matt
Since our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are somewhat porous, they would not be considered non-absorbant. They would though be very slip-resistant being made from rubber. And when wet, they are even more slip-resistant.
I see these can be used outside as well, so how do they hold up with standing water? Will the water leak underneath the tiles? Will a sticky mess be left behind?
Ashley Pena
Any standing water that sits on top of our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles will eventually evaporate. There is potential for water to flow between the interlocks of the tiles if the tiles are not interlocked tightly. Any water under the tiles will not create a sticky mess. You can lift the tiles and allow the water to evaporate as well and then replace the tiles once the area and the tiles are dry.
Will these interlock with Supermats interlocking mats?
Kevin Fernandez
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles will not interlock with Supermats interlocking mats.
For the 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles, I'm trying to gauge how much length (if any) is lost by the interconnection overlaps. What is the length of 2 interconnected tiles with borders at each end? What is the length of 3 interconnected tiles with borders at each end?
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are 36" x 36" when interlocked, so if you were to interlock three tiles you are looking at covering a space that is 36" x 9' long. The borders add about and 1" to the full size of the tile, so when they are attached, the tile is 37" x 37".
I'm going to be covering 6' x 6' of my hardwood floor. Will it slip a lot on a hardwood floor? If so, what can I do to prevent slippage? Are these tiles good for floor workouts (situps, pushups), or are they more for standing? Do they offer any give when lying on them? Could I also use my rolling desk chair on this surface? Will it ruin it?
Chadd Stoops
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles can be installed over hardwood flooring without slipping. If for some reason, the floor were to move, you can place some double-sided tape under the tiles. These rubber tiles are great for floor exercises and can be used for high impact workouts as well. These rubber tiles will provide some cushion when laying on them, but the amount of cushion is not like lying on a yoga mat or foam tile. You can place a rolling chair over the tiles. Rolling chairs will not destroy the tiles.
How much does each 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber tile weigh?
Tiger Tony
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles weigh about 20 pounds a tile.
If installing the 3/8 rubber interlocking matting on a garage concrete subfloor, what is the maximum weight I could drop loaded on a barbell without incurring damage to the subfloor? I.E., 205lbs-225lbs overhead squat dropping or dropping 405lbs deadlift?
Jonathan Jackson
So it is hard to say what weight will cause damage to the subfloor as the subfloor durability is somewhat independent from that of the flooring. Take, for instance, if your subfloor is a concrete subfloor, it will, in theory, be able to handle higher loads than a plywood subfloor. With that being said, our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are the most popular thickness used in commercial gyms and Cross-Fit gyms. So these tiles are durable enough to deaden some of the impact of the heavy weight being dropped on the floor.
Are these rubber tiles vulcanized?
AlexM
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are not vulcanized.
I need to install it in the middle of a room. How can I keep it from moving?
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles when interlocked are very heavy, and typically don't need anything to keep them in place. If for some reason, when you are performing certain exercises, the tiles were to move, you can add some double-sided tape around the edge of your flooring surface.
Will an 80-pound spin bike rock or dent the tile? What is the best tile for bike, barre, and weights in that order?
Phil
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles will not get dented by an 80-pound spin bike. This thickness of rubber is the most common used in commercial gyms. These tiles are great as flooring for exercise bikes, barre, and weight lifting.
I'm looking to install a rubber floor in a room on my second floor, roughly 144 square feet. To reduce noise, could I use an underlayment like QuiteWalk?
Erik Freeman
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles will naturally reduce some of the sound transference the will be produced when working out on a top floor. If you want to reduce the noise generated truly, we would recommend placing rubber mats over your floor, or you could go with our Shock Tile to cover a full floor. The best mat for sound transference is our 3/4" Shock Mat. This mat and the shock tile have a waffle backing that helps to trap the noise and keep it from transferring to the floor below.
Do these contain latex?
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles are made from the treads of recycled commercial truck tires. Due to tires being made from natural and synthetic rubber, there is always the potential for a slight bit of latex to still be present after the vulcanization process. Due to this, we don't say that our rubber flooring is latex-free. We recommend if you do have a latex allergy to get a sample of our rubber flooring and test it on your skin to see if you get a reaction. If you do, we have a wide range of latex gym flooring options that would work perfectly for your installation.
Can these tiles be laid over a laminate wood floor without messing up the laminate flooring?
Jesse T
Our 3/8" Sport-Lock Rubber Tiles can be installed over laminate flooring without damaging the laminate. If you are in any way concerned that the flooring might, you can always place a plastic sheet under the tiles to protect the laminate.
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I installed about 500 sq ft of this in a new laundry room and mudroom. The install was a bit more difficult than I expected. I had a lot of cuts to make around doorways, stairs, pipes, etc. It's pretty heavy and if you have a really sharp razor in your utility knife it cuts ok, but not great. I changed the blade about every 8-10 cuts and that helped a lot. When you rip the strips off on the one side sometimes it leaves little ″knobby″ things that you have to trim off carefully or it won't lock together very well with the next piece. I installed this on three stairs (only one visible in pic). For the riser I bought some rubber glue spray stuff from HD. Then I put a metal bullnose thing on the edge and I think it's going to hold up very well. My only complaint is when the kids come in with dusty feet it leaves foot prints. You can even see some on the right in the pic. It comes up with a wet rag/mop but because of the black color, the dust does show. We'll see how this wears over time but so far we really like it. We were going for more of an industrial look and I think we achieved that with the floor.
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Chris from Wheeling WV wrote...
The 3/8″ sport-lock rubber tiles are an excellent product and should withstand many years of heavy use. I purchased them for a home gym to be installed directly over a concrete basement. The tiles are thick enough to withstand heavy free weights and protect the concrete underneath. Installation was fairly easy, as I had to make only a few small cuts to fit. The whole floor is seamless, as you cannot even see where the tiles interlock from standing height. Overall, the sport-lock tiles look as advertised and should be durable for many years. I would highly recommend the 3/8″ sport-lock rubber tiles!!!
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I purchased rubber flooring for my business. I had the floors put in and it took the contractors about 2 working days to do the installation. It was easy to unload from the deliverer, and the contractors were amazed how easy it was to install! After the installation, the place looks GREAT! All the furniture and equipment were easy to put back in its proper place because the floors could not be damaged. My business is a physical therapy clinic and we have patients coming and going all day long. Even our patients notice the difference, not by appearance, but by walking on the floors. It is so much lighter on our feet and easier to walk on. It is also safer to walk on because, before, we had carpet; and sometimes, patients were not able to keep their balance. However, the rubber flooring has really made a difference on patients' gait training and balance exercises. They have commented that it is easier to do their exercises and feel a sense of security when performing gait training and balance exercises. Also, at first we did not know how to clean it but we researched it and it is SO easy to clean! We just mop the floors using water and it leaves a nice clean look. There are no footprints unless there are really muddy feet walking. Also, usually we would vacuum our floors but now we can do a fast and easy sweep to the area. I would greatly recommend this product to anyone who are interested in replacing floors with an excellent product. Actually, I have already recommended rubber flooring from Rubber Flooring Inc. to people who have asked about my flooring.
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