Rubber gym flooring can be installed by interlocking tiles or by rolls. Tiles can be easily cut to fit the size and shape of your gym space, while rolls can be custom-cut to fit your gym's exact measurements. Rubber gym flooring can be installed using two ways: interlocking tiles and rolls.
- Interlocking Tiles: Interlocking rubber gym tiles are easy to install and can be cut to fit the size and shape of your gym space. They simply click or slot together like puzzle pieces, without the need for sticky adhesives.
- Rolls: Rubber gym flooring rolls (including astro turf) can be custom-cut to fit your gym's exact measurements, making them ideal for large gym spaces. The rolls are typically laid out and cut to size on site, and then adhered to the subfloor with a heavy-duty adhesive.
In both cases, it is recommended to have a professional install the rubber gym flooring for best results and to ensure proper installation. The subfloor must be clean, level, and free of debris to ensure that the rubber flooring will adhere properly and last for years to come.
When choosing your rubber gym flooring, it's important to consider the size of your gym, the type of equipment you have, and your specific needs and preferences. An experienced gym flooring professional can help guide you through the process of choosing and installing the right rubber flooring for your gym.
Gym Direct are the rubber gym flooring, EVA foam & astro turf specialists. Contact us today for more info regarding the best rubber flooring prices and options to suit your brand/needs.