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Regrind Rubber Tiles

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Accessories for Regrind Rubber Tiles
Transitions a taller floor to a lower floor
Rubber Floor Ramps
2.5" x 12 linear ft
$37.99 $50.65 Weight: 3.50lbs
Covers expansion gap between the floor and the wall
Duracove Rubber Wall Base
2.5" x 3.2mm x 120 ln ft - Coved (with toe)
$195.99 $261.32 Weight: 25.00lbs
Covers expansion gap between the floor and the wall
Duracove Rubber Wall Base
6" x 3.2mm x 100 ln ft - Coved (with toe)
$264.99 $353.32 Weight: 50.00lbs
Description - Regrind flooring tiles are an extremely low cost, easy to install, and they are a durable rubber flooring solution for just about any project. These tiles are made from our post industrial recycled rubber that is naturally made during the production of our standard recycled rubber products. Regrind rubber tiles are extremely dense due to the use of this reground material in their manufacturing process. If you are looking for the lowest cost rubber flooring tile available that is perfect for your home gym or even your commercial gym, this is it. These regrind tiles are even guaranteed with our industry leading 5 year warranty, so buy with confidence.
Material - Regrind Tiles are made from the post industrial recycled rubber created during the production of our standard rubber products.
Size - 24” x 24” (25" x 25" if detachable edge pieces are included).
Thickness - Available in 1/4" and 8 mm thickness (approx. 5/16")
Weight - 6 lbs (1/4" Tiles) or 8 lbs (8mm Tiles)
Origin - Made in the USA
Recommended Uses - Regrind Tiles have been used successfully as flooring for home gyms, personal training studios, locker rooms, commercial weight rooms, basements, dog kennel flooring, ski lodge flooring, ice rink facilities, and many other applications. These tiles give you that perfect balance between being inexpensive and the exceptional durability that your flooring needs deserve.
  • Regrind Tiles are in stock and ready to ship within 10-15 business days.
  • An email is automatically sent to you with your tracking information as soon as your rubber floor tiles ship and tracking information becomes available.
Regrind Tiles are easy to clean and maintain. Maintenance of this recycled rubber flooring tile typically includes:
  • Vacuuming any loose dust, dirt, or debris from the rubber surface when necessary.
  • Occasional damp mopping of the rubber tiles with a mild soap and water mixture. Some soaps commonly used include Dawn dish detergent and/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 sub floor 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 are usually not used since the weight of the locked together 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, some double-sided tape or mat tape can be used around the perimeter of the installation to prevent any movement.

For printable installation instructions, please Click Here.


  • Made from recycled tires from landfills.
  • Removable edges pieces for easy install.
  • Low cost, extremely durable.
  • 5 year warranty.
  • 1/4" is perfect for residential spaces.
  • 8mm is ideal for commercial spaces.


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    I would like to install the Regrind Rubber Tiles in my woodshop that also serves as my garage, meaning I would occasionally need to park my cars in a portion of the workshop. Can these tiles handle the weight of a car that would be parked in the garage on occasion?


    Our Regrind Rubber Tiles can handle the weight of a car parked on them. Since these are interlocking tiles, some driving movements may make the tiles come up. Also, oil and grease dripping from your car may break down the tiles over time. We do offer a product that is both rubber and plastic that would work in both your workshop and garage. It is called Rubbertrax and it comes in a hard and softer version.

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    I want to put the regrind tiles on the floor of our porch enclosure on our camper. The enclosure is on a wood deck. These boards are not all perfectly level. Will the tiles lock together and lay flat enough to not come apart. And is it ok if they get wet maybe around the edges some times.


    Depending on how severe the height variation is on the wood deck depends on how well our Regrind Rubber Tiles will interlock. If the difference is not too severe, the tiles will interlock just fine. If the difference in separation is pretty severe, the tiles may separate. These tiles are water resistant not waterproof, so a little water on the edge of the tiles is ok.

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    Can these tiles be used outdoors like for a playground?


    Our Regrind Rubber Tiles can be used outdoors. These tiles will not give you a fall height rating, but they can be used for some playground applications.

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    Can tiles be laid over new carpet in a workout area for protection?


    Our Regrind Rubber Tiles can be laid over low pile carpet with ease. For thicker carpets, these tiles can be installed over it, but there may be some separation. If the carpet is light in color, you may want to place a plastic sheet between the rubber and the carpet to prevent staining.

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    The product pictures for the regrind tiles shows flat edge pieces. Are they included or sold separately?


    Each tile in our Regrind Rubber Tiles comes with two removable edge pieces. This allows you to easily turn any tile into a corner, border, or center tile.

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  True to their words
Self-installed in Basement
from PA wrote...
Everything they said was true , no glue, no mess , cleans easy, I just wish they made stair treads. The best thing was no odor. The innerlocks fit great.
  Nice, used for soundproofing
Self-installed in runners in whole house, bedrooms wall-to-wall
from San Jose, CA wrote...
Bought a new upstairs condo, the floors are very thin, and I have allergies so can't have carpets. Rubber is the best material for acoustic reduction, and it is frequently put underneath hard flooring. I wanted to soundproof an existing floor so I put these tiles on top. The regrind tiles come with edge pieces which makes them very flexible. Because of the edge pieces it was easy to make runners throughout the house with minimal cutting, and I did wall-wall in the bedrooms for less noise while sleeping. The runners are to stop footfall noise for the neighbors below, and the wall-to-wall for a two-way sound barrier. I kinda fell in love with the stuff so I put it under anything that moves to protect the floor. The downside is the smell. It's been a month and the smell is slowly going away, but is not gone yet. The regrind ships with some rubber sheeting as packing material, which is another product you can buy from their site, and it's smell is going down at a similar slow rate, so I suspect it isn't the regrind per se. The smell irritated my throat for a while, but that seems to be fading finally. I had doors and windows open a lot for a while. On the plus side, the soundproofing helped, and the floor underneath is protected as an added bonus. The tiles themselves are excellent quality, perfect fit, a little thicker than they say (closer to 7 and 9 mm, instead of 6 and 8). Tin snips are your best friend for installation, as well as a box cutter and a straight edge. You can't cut all the way through in one pass with a box cutter, I just did repeated passes while holding it slightly bent and it cut easily with no effort. The surface is a little rougher than a smooth floor, so vacuuming and mopping is slightly more effort than a smooth floor.
  Regrind Rubber Tiles
Installed in Sensory Gym
from Granville, OH wrote...
We are loving our Rubber Flooring. Our program is for children on the Autism Spectrum the floor is great for our new sensory gym we are creating. It looks nice, easy to clean we could not be any happier.

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  Great basement flooring
Self-installed in Basement
from Oak park wrote...
I ordered this flooring about a year ago after water in our basement destroyed our carpeting. It wasn't the first time, either, so I was looking for flooring that could be dried out if necessary, and would basically be Impervious to water. I installed it myself, but I am a "measure once cut twice" type, so installation wasn't perfect, but even so, it came out pretty well for a basement rec room. I've had the flooring for about a year now, and can say that I would buy again. There is the issue of the smell. There is an overpowering rubber tire smell at first; I let it air out for a couple of weeks in my garage, then washed the tiles. Even so, there is still a light rubber smell that has dissipated with time, and it helped that I was able to open windows in the basement this past summer. I also put some charcoal bags down there to absorb the smell. The smell is now very light and I even find it pleasant, not a bad smell at all after a year, and totally worth it for about half the cost of junky carpeting. I've laid some ikea area rugs down there and the rubber flooring acts as a great carpet pad. The flooring is comfortable and soft to walk on and I'm so impressed I'm currently looking at further rubber tile product for our entryway. Finally, the claim that rubber is static free is true; we have dogs and the shedding hair is no problem when it comes to vacuuming.
  Great Stuff!
Self-installed in Bedroom
from Sheboygan, WI wrote...
This has turned out to be a fantastic addition in my "dog room." Yes, the animals have their own place to call home at bedtime and while we are away at work. This flooring is wonderful and so easy to clean. I have three dogs, two whom are older, and the looring provides great traction for their footing as well as a place where spills and accidents don't leave me running for the steam cleaner!
  as easy as it gets
Self-installed in garage
from Chesterfiled, Va. wrote...
I thoroughly enjoyed the flooring and the customer service! The nice lady I spoke with was very helpful and efficient with getting me what I needed and getting it to me before the prospective arrival date. Once it arrived and I began to work with the flooring I found it very easy to put down and just as easy to fit around whatever it was I needed to cut around. I will be working with this company and purchasing their products in the near future.
  Great product
Self-installed in basement
from West Fargo, ND wrote...
Delivery was fast, tiles looked great and was simple to install. Easy cuts with a utility knife and a straight edge. I had a roll of foam for under laminate and I tried that under the tiles, the tiles were warmer and much softer where there was foam. We are very happy with our new floor.
  Nice flooring
Self-installed in basement home gym
from Monroe, Michigan wrote...
I was really pleased with the quality of the tiles that showed up. The edges were always a perfect match with one another. The installation was without a hitch and I am pleased that there is no odor and nor does the surface blacken your socks. The price was great. I would recommend this product to others.
  Great tiles at a great price.
Self-installed in Personal training studios
from San Francisco, CA wrote...
The regrind rubber tiles are wonderful. They are very cost effective and have the look of a professional gym floor. I've been standing on them for hours at a time and they really are anti-fatigue. Additionally, they seem to be able to take a beating without creating marks or scuffs. Great choice!
  easy installation and good quality
Self-installed in home gym
from Reno, NV wrote...
My only complaint is the fact that the companies tile estimator grossly over estimated how many tiles I needed and I ended up with 15 extra tiles. The tiles go together super easy and after many workouts in the room are staying put and looking great. Some people talk about the smell in their reviews but I don't find that my tiles had a strong odor at all. I installed them the day that they arrived and worked out in the enclosed room the next day with no issues. I love the confetti pattern.
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