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3/4" Impact Rubber Tiles Questions & Answers

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3/4" Impact Rubber Tiles
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$15.96 Tile
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How effective would this be in protecting concrete when weight would be dropped from overhead?
Anonymous
Our 3/4" Soft Rubber tiles are one of our most effective tiles to use when dropping weight. These tiles are extra thick and feature both foam and rubber for added shock absorption and durability.
Would these work as a soft area along the outside edge of a bathroom shower stall?
Wayne
Our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles would work as a soft area along the outside of a bathroom shower stall. These tiles feature the best of both worlds. The rubber top helps to make the floor more slip resistant when wet and the foam underneath gives you added comfort underfoot.
Can these be used outdoors?
Javier
These tiles are not recommended for use outdoors.
Can you use these for olympic weightlifting, specifically dropping the weight from overhead?
Anonymous
You can use our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles in an area where Olympic weightlifting will be done. These tiles are the best of both worlds featuring both rubber and high-density foam. So you get the durability of rubber with the shock absorption of foam.
I'm looking to put these mats over part of a vinyl floor for a home gym room, but I'm concerned about them sliding when working out. Do they have a no slip bottom?
Anonymous
Our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles don't have a no-slip bottom. For most uses, these tiles will not slip underfoot, but if for some reason the tiles do start to move, we recommend using some double-sided tape under them.
Are these tiles good for plyometric workouts like P90X and Insanity or do you offer a better product for this type of activity?
Graham
Our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles are great for plyometric workouts like P90X and Insanity. These tiles feature the best of both worlds with the shock absorption of foam and the durability of rubber. These tiles are very easy to install and just as easy to clean and maintain.
Would this product be good for floor exercises and stretching? I want it to be soft on the knees and joints.
Bryan
You can perform floor exercises and stretching on our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles. These tiles would be soft on the knees and joints compared to other hard surfaces like concrete, wood, and the like.
I would like to use these on a finished basement floor which is a workout and family room. Some of the foam products say "Foam products can be punctured by sharp animal nails, rough use, high heels, and moving furniture." Would these tiles be able to handle those sorts of things without puncturing?
Brian
Our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles are our top of the line foam/rubber tiles and feature a rubber top over a foam base. This rubber top helps to prevent puncturing from animal nails, rough uses, high heels and the like, while the foam base helps to give you, added shock absorption and bounce.
Is this flooring appropriate for a combination of floor exercise and cardio equipment? I have an elliptical machine, a stepper, a lateral trainer and rower. I see that the floor is not recommended for heavy weights, but what about heavy machines? Will the floor be stable and not get damaged?
Michael W
You can install heavy equipment over our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles. The only thing that you may notice is that where you place the equipment, that there will be indentations that will not go away. To help minimize this, we recommend using furniture sliders under the equipment.
Can these be installed over a low pile carpet in the basement?
James
Our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles can be installed over low pile commercial carpet in a basement. These interlocking tiles are perfect as a basement floor. They help to insulate from the cold and are mold and mildew resistant. Also, if your basement were to become flooded, all you would have to do is pick up the tiles, clean them and allow them to dry. Once dry you can reinstall them. Thes tiles when installing over plush carpet may become separated as the pad under the carpet become depressed. Other than that these tiles are perfect over any hard, flat flooring surface.
Can this be installed over an electric heated floor system?
Katie
You can install our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles over an electric floor heating system. Since these tiles are non-porous, you will not get the full benefits of the floor heating system once the tiles are installed.
Can these rubber tiles be put in a garage where cars will be coming and going?
Anonymous
Our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles would not be recommended for use in a garage where cars would be coming and going. These tiles are a foam tile with a rubber top and would not be able to withstand the constant coming and going of a car on a daily basis.
I am building a home gym {about 400 sq ft) Planning on putting a stepper and all in one machine along with a couple of treadmills. Will this hold up to this equipment? My wife and I like the thicker tile because it is softer to walk on.
You can place fitness equipment over our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles. These tiles are a combination of foam and rubber, so there is potential for the fitness equipment to indent the tiles. Depending on how long the equipment is on the flooring, this indentation may become permanent. To prevent this, we recommend placing furniture sliders under the equipment.
Can these tiles be installed in a home kitchen?
Bradley Stalding
Our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles can be installed as flooring in a home kitchen. These tiles have a rubber top that is slip resistant even when wet and are very easy to clean and maintain. These tiles have a foam backing for added comfort underfoot. This foam padding also helps to make the tiles non-porous which is great when spills happen. Now you won't have to worry about messes getting under the tiles.
Can I put workout equipment such as a treadmill and elliptical on these tiles without damage?
Valerie
You can place fitness equipment over our Soft Rubber Tiles without the flooring getting damaged. Even those these tiles have a rubber top, they still can indent a bit when equipment is placed over them. To help prevent this, we recommend placing furniture sliders under the feet of the equipment.
I will be installing this in a basement with a concrete floor to make it easier on the back walking around. The basement has a complete living space in it with bedroom, bath, and kitchen. Will this hold up to people traffic and furniture legs.
Ray Werts
Our Soft Rubber Tiles were designed to be used in home gyms, so these tiles would be fine with foot traffic and furniture legs. Since these tiles have a foam backing, we do recommend placing furniture sliders under the legs to prevent indentations in your flooring. Other than that, these tiles would be a great floor to help provide comfort underfoot while providing ample durability.
How big is each square piece?
Janet
Our 3/4" Soft Rubber Tiles are 2' x 2' in size.
Can these be used to dribble a basketball on? Looking for something to protect the floor and help soundproof indoor dribbling.
Kathy
Yes, you can dribble a basketball on top of our 3/4" Impact Rubber Tiles and the 3/8" version.
Is it easy to sweep on the 3/4 Impact Rubber Tiles?
Sam
You can easily sweep our 3/4" Impact Rubber Tiles with a broom or a brushless vacuum.
How firm are these tiles? How do they compare to the complete rubber tiles cushion-wise? I'm concerned they will have too much "give" for weightlifting and be a little too soft. I want something that's nice and firm with just a small amount of cushion for joint comfort.
The foam used to construct our 3/4" Impact Rubber Tiles is high-density foam. This foam is denser than our standard foam tiles providing support and cushion at the same time. These tiles are some of the best gym flooring options for anyone looking for a durable, high-impact floor for their home or commercial gym.
The second-floor unit is being rented to a tenant that conducts Zumba classes. When the classes start, it shakes the building and windows. It almost feels like an earthquake. It makes it unbearable for the tenant below her. What flooring do you recommend for this kind of problem? Would your most high impact flooring be a good solution?
Connie
Our 3/4" Impact Rubber Tiles are a great solution to reduce impact noise from one floor to the other but aren't the best flooring option for a person conducting Zumba classes. These tiles don't have the right amount of slip to ensure a person doesn't hurt themself when they are doing some of the dance moves. We would recommend using our Impact Rolls - Wood Series, our one of our dance floors with subfloor packages to help with the sound transference.
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