What Commercial Flooring is Working Best for Sport Facilities
Q: What type of commercial gym flooring will stand up to a busy gym, weight room, health club, physical therapy facility or university/school fitness center?
A: Our entire line of rubber sports flooring is commercial grade and made of the best quality materials available. It is the same type of rubberized flooring that has been used as commercial flooring for years. This type of flooring can be found in many of the largest health clubs across the United States and Canada. Chances are if you belong to a large fitness club, you have already walked on and worked out on this type of flooring. Our rubber flooring was originally made for the commercial gym floors market and we have experienced many years of success with our durable and great looking material.
Q: How is it different from your residential flooring?
A: We made the decision a long time ago to make only one grade of flooring and to not skimp on our residential line.
By having only commercial grade rubber matting, we ensure that no matter the type of exercise facility, you will be receiving the same high quality material that has been tested and proven by many gyms across the country.
Q: What are my options for my commercial facility?
A: Most commercial gyms and health clubs use our rolled material to cover large areas. The rubber rolls are one of the most economical options to cover a large area with a nearly seamless look.
This commercial-grade rubber flooring is designed to provide the perfect amount of cushioned resilience and durability and will hold up for many years while looking great. Our rubber flooring tiles have become the standard in the industry for commercial gyms. Click here to learn more about Rubber Commercial Gym Flooring
Q: What about smaller gyms?
A: Smaller gyms are still a perfect fit for our rolled flooring. If you are looking for something less permanent you can always use our interlocking rubber floor tiles. Our interlocking tiles do not require any adhesive and if you are planning on expanding or moving your gym to a new location, you can always pull them up and take them with you. For the Interlocking Rubber Gym Tiles Page click here.
Q: What thickness is used in most gyms?
A: The standard in the industry is 1/8″ thick or 1/4” thick material. Most commercial gyms do not use ¼” material since it is a bit thinner and will not give as much protection from dropped weights. Another reason 1/4 ” thick is often used is these thicker materials are more forgiving when it comes to a less than perfect sub floor. The ¼” requires the sub floor to be in good shape as it will show the imperfections more than the thicker floors.
Q: What about free weight areas?
A: Both our rolled rubber and interlocking tiles work great and are installed in many free weight areas. If you are looking for something thicker, we will soon be introducing a line of commercial gym flooring that is specifically designed for free weight. This flooring will be able to withstand huge amounts of abuse. Check back soon to see our latest line of high abuse material.
Q: What about colors?
A: Our commercial gym flooring ranges from solid black to custom blended colors. We can easily match your gym or corporate logo. We pride ourselves in having a large line of fitness flooring at competitive prices. Solid black is always the least expensive. Prices increase incrementally depending on the complexity of the color. Our Standard colors range from solid black to our speckled colors which start at 10% and go all the way up to 95% color. 10% color content is a standard in the industry and make up a large percentage of the commercial rubber flooring sales in the United States and Canada.
Q: With so many choices, how do I decide?
A: Give us a call and we can go over your rubber flooring needs and together determine which type of flooring is right for you. If we don’t have what you are looking for, we will gladly let you know where you can find it. Our goal is to provide you with the best service available when learning about or shopping for rubber sports flooring.
Call us at 347-545-1432 and we will be happy to answer all of your questions.
Below are just a few of our standard colors. We can also combine various colors to match your corporate or gym colors.
How are the rubber flooring rolls and interlocking tiles installed?
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