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3/4" Shock Mats Reviews

 
3/4" Shock Mats
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  Excellent for home gym
Self-installed in Finished basement - home gym
R. Raso from Parker, CO wrote...
This 2 piece mat is an excellent choice for protecting a home gym carpet or basement floor. It is heavy duty and easily absorbs dropped dumbbells or weight plates. The pieces easily interlock together.
  Customer Service MOJO
Anonymous from Boston, MA wrote...
I don't leave product reviews. I'm tired of every company asking for one for any and everything. I bought tape at Ama... and they asked,″ How was your 'scotch tape?'″ Well, uh, it was tape. Sticky, I guess. Give me a break. That said, I'm leaving this review not just for the product, which was very nice indeed, but for the company's extraordinary customer service. Without going into the details, there was a little product glitch. I emailed them and they got back to me lickity split, and not only via email but with several real live phone calls. Now you may be tempted to think this would be annoying and overkill, but it wasn't. My CS rep, Andrea, was and is, incredible. Helpful. Funny. Personable. She could have been helping me exchange a product, hang a picture, make scrambled eggs or land a plane with one engine, and I have no doubt it would all go well, I'd be laughing, and our mission would be accomplished. So, what does this all mean for you, a prospective buyer? Know that when you purchase from this company that they stand behind their products, and that the caliber of their team is impressive. I will be ordering again, and if I'm lucky they're will be a minor problem. I know they'll pounce on it like a hungry cheetah and I'll hang up the phone a thoroughly satisfied customer. Go RF Inc, and Go Andrea!!
  So far so good
Self-installed in Garage
Anonymous from Roseville, CA wrote...
I bought these mats for Olympic lifting in my garage. I received a complaint from my neighbor that their walls were vibrating whenever I dropped the barbell on my 3/4 inch stall mats (covering my garage). Apparently, that wasn't enough to dampen the sound/vibration traveling through the concrete foundation. After laying these shock mats down on top of the 3/4 inch stall mat flooring, I have not had any complaints from the neighbor. Hopefully it will stay that way..
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  RE:Shock Mats
Self-installed in Home Gym
David Gutierrez from Belton, MO wrote...
I recently equipped by garage with gym equipment to workout from home. In the process I purchased some shock Mats from the RubberFlooring company and I couldn't have been any surprised and satisfied with the Shock mats. They do exactly what the Rubber Flooring said they would do. I'm well pleased with the mats because when I drop by weights, they being bumper plates or dumbbells it absorb the shock and sound and especially protects my floors. I would recommend the Shock Mats to anyone who is thinking about using to improve or start their home gym. Thank you Rubber Flooring company for making a GREAT product!
  Works perfectly as a deadlift station
Self-installed in Home Gym
Anonymous from Maryland wrote...
Needed a new solution for deadlifting in my home basement gym. Previously I had a custom built 8x8 platform, which was great, but it had to be disassembled for a major home repair. This mat is convenient, functional, and made of a quality material. Even when lifting heavy (400 lbs plus), it keeps my floor well-protected and free of damage. The 4x8 option comes in two sections which makes positioning it much easier than if it were one piece, which would be a bit cumbersome due to its weight. The pieces fit together quite well and do not buckle or separate at all when in use. As a deadlifting station, this works perfectly. If however you need a full 8’x8’ platform to go under a rack, go instead with the interlocking tiles or the rolled rubber option, since two sets of these would not be seamless due to their beveled edges. I have rolled rubber covering the entire gym floor and for this purpose it works perfectly. Great product for the home power or Olympic lifter.
  Very Good
Self-installed in Commercial Gym
Kyle from Vermont wrote...
Works great. Took the impact out of the floor very well, and reduced noise greatly. Only really minor thing was the mats look aged around the edges so they may have been sitting a long while before we got our mitts on them, I only bring that up because we are a new gym with all new and clean equipment.
  Great mats
Self-installed in Garage
Anonymous from Lawrenceville, Ga wrote...
This's exactly what I was looking for!! Little pricey for shipping, but the mats are as advertised.
  Excellent product, but the mat is really hard for
Self-installed in Carport
Anonymous from Bay Area, CA wrote...
We wanted to use these mats for more general purpose fitness activities on a concrete pad beneath swings. We thought they should have some give, but unfortunately, they're really hard---when I jump up and down on them, I don't feel them give at all. But that's probably okay---they probably still give, lending some safety improvement over the concrete, but they appear to really be designed for heavy-duty metal weight-lifting applications. I would buy a squishier surface, but we needed it the outdoor durability that these mats appear to afford. That said, we love the beveled edges and the fact that the mats provide a visual cue to the path of the swings so that children don't run in front/behind and get run into by people on the swings. We did not order samples first---I would definitely recommend ordering samples if you would like feel how hard or soft this particular surface is. We own a few hundred square feet of 2.5″ play tiles also from Rubber Flooring Inc. that we love, and they offer more give, but that's expected, given that they're 2.5″ and these mats are less than 1″.
  Perfectly Satisfied
Self-installed in Home Gym
Aaron from Santa Clara, CA wrote...
I had been looking for a mat to put over a nice carpet in a spare bedroom for an Olympic weight set to go on top of. After looking around and calling a few places this mat was recommended to me. Everyone I spoke to in the process of asking questions and ordering the mat was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. The mat came before their estimated time of arrival (despite it being made to order). The mat is very durable and is holding the weight set very well. I am perfectly satisfied with this purchase.
  Works great!
Self-installed in Garage
Anonymous from Winter garden florida wrote...
The product works great and also looks awesome in my garage. Material is durable and helps with in home workouts!
  Heavy Duty
Self-installed in Workout space
SCMOMOFFOUR from Aiken wrote...
Easy to put together with a friend. It’s a new purchase so not able to speak to its durability. But seems it will be.
  Excellent quality
Self-installed in Home Gym
Anonymous from Xenia, OH wrote...
I bought this mat for my newly finished gym basement. The mat is high quality, amazing design. My husband calls it like flat tires on the floor...very highly constructed. I would buy again. I use for bumper weights, dumbells and other lifting materials.
  2 inches short, bad quality control
Self-installed in Garage gym
Anonymous from Ca wrote...
Overall it’s a decent mat to lift on. However, mat was extremely dirty and had cuts and chunks missing out of the edges. Also was about 2 inches short of being 8 feet. Horrible qc.
  Finally a mat that works!
Self-installed in Home Gym
Jeff W from Manhattan, KS wrote...
We have gone through three other mats with three other companies and Finally We Got The Perfect Mat. Going through three other companies, we were skeptical, so it is great that Rubber Flooring provides samples before purchasing. Already invested some much time and money, we thought this was going to be the same we had purchased in the past. Once we got the samples, we were wrong and had to immediately purchase the mat that works for us... through the Rubber Flooring Inc!
  Terrific quality! Love my exercise mat!!!
Self-installed in Basement
T from South Barrington, Illinois wrote...
Great quality, super fast shipment and knowledgeable lady in customer service. Mat provides great protection when I do cardio for my joints and no slipping at all.
  Awesome
Anonymous from Rising Sun MD wrote...
Love the mats.
  Great mats, but the beveled edge needs to go
Self-installed in home gym
dwost from Huron, OH wrote...
If you are using these individually it would be fine but for putting under a CrossFit rig as I did in my basement they are not great. I ended up having to cut all of the beveled edges off so I could get them to fit together as a standard mat would. While it states they are beveled in the description, the picture leads one to believe these can be butted up against one another. My fault for not reading the small print. The product is great and looks nice now that they are cut but it was a total PITA due to the weight of each mat.
  Expectations met
Self-installed in Garage
Anonymous from New Jersey wrote...
The only thing I have an issue with was how when you buy more than one mat to put together they aren’t seamless. Other than that everything was what I expected.
  Not as good as the Shock Mat
Self-installed in Gun Room
Anonymous from Atlanta, GA wrote...
The quality of these mats are excellent. However, when they were shipped they had the top (visiable) surface on the wood side of the pallet which left permanent wear marks on the mat. The top mat was also left exposed and at some point another pallet was placed on top and it too had permanent marks left in it. So my room had two somewhat damaged mats which made the entire room look cheap and cobbled together. I ended up buying two more mats to replace the pallet damaged ones. In another room I bought the slightly more expensive Shock mat (entirely a mistake on my part) and it is worth the extra money. It doesn’t flake off and the exposed side is much more durable. The Extreme mats made a huge mess in the room with tiny bits of rubber being sluffed off each time it was walked on. It eventually subsided but the Shock mats were better quality, slightly heavier, and were good to go from day one. Both mats I cut with a utility knife, I highly recommend getting the T-square type straight edge to help with cuts. Keep the knife sharp, start from the side facing down and avoid cutting all the way through the mat. It will take up to 4 passes depending on the thickness of your mat (mine was 3/4”). Once deep enough turn the mat over and make one clean cut from the exposed side of the mat. Your lines will be much straighter and the install will look professional.
  pretty effective
Self-installed in livingroom
Melinda from San Francisco wrote...
I bought these mats because my downstairs neighbor complained about my high impact aerobic workouts shaking the walls at 6:30 in the morning. I already had some gym mats about a half inch thick underneath an area rug for padding. I added these mats in addition to what I already had. Although it doesn't completely eliminate the noise and vibrations, I am now able to do a lot more high impact without disturbing anyone. My husband is sleeping better, as well. :)
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