Rubber flooring is the perfect addition to gymnasiums, hospitals, and workout rooms, to name only a few. With a lifespan of more than 50 years, with professional installation
and regular care, it works well in all these high-energy spaces. It's also highly durable and low-maintenance and can serve you well wherever it's installed.
There are a few different ways to enjoy rubber flooring in your establishment, with formats that work specifically to your need. One of those is rubber floor rolls to help cover larger spaces with fewer seams and a more economical price range, especially for gym flooring. Average rolls measure four feet by fifty feet, allowing you to cover some rooms with two rolls of flooring.
You might prefer rubber tiles instead, with measurements of 12x12, 18x18, and 36x36 feet, making them easy to cut and trim into any shape or size. In addition, these pieces are less cumbersome than rolls during installation and placement, giving ample opportunities for extensive room layouts. Finally, one of the best things about a tile format is that the sides offer an interlocking system for edging without glue or other adhesives.
Rubber matting could be the best for your space if you need flooring pieces that are mobile and easy to move. Pieces start at 3x6 feet and offer thicknesses of a quarter inch to two inches, with thicker mats used for heavy-impact areas like weight rooms and workout facilities. Placing two or more pieces together is also easy because many products offer the exact interlocking mechanism for a firm fit when connected.