Can you please tell me which product you’re referring to? I’d be happy to get you started with more info and a quote 🙂
What DIY project are you interested in?
By Ari Ziskin
Published: December 15, 2015 | Updated: April 26, 2019
How do you decide between tiles and rolls for your flooring? Getting down to the details to help you make the best choice in the ever popular debate on rubber flooring — tiles vs. rolls.
Okay, so you’re ready to build your dream gym. Maybe it’s in an effort to meet your goal of getting fit, or maybe you’re an avid exerciser looking for a way to bring fitness into your home, or perhaps you are replacing/updating the floors in your commercial gym. Whatever boat you’re in, you’re going to need to make the decision: do you purchase tiles or rolls?
Rubber tiles are known for their ease and simplicity. Clicking in together like puzzle pieces, they are truly one of the easiest flooring options on the market. It is a job anyone, and I mean anyone can do, and the tiles look great! You can also add some flair and design with different colors if that’s your jam, or keep it simple. Rubber tiles are super popular for the home gym largely due to their approachability. They’re like the twist top wine of floors, if you will.
Rubber rolls are awesome for covering a large space. I mean, think about it — can you imagine interlocking each individual tile together over the space of a huge commercial gym? It can totally be done, but that’s not exactly a party I’d want to go to. While rubber tiles are often considered to be the easier option, I would actually say that for a large space, rubber rolls offer the easier install.
If you want something easy for a small space, you should choose tiles. If you’re looking for something more permanent to cover a large space, you should choose rolls. Simple as that.
I want to sell and install these products at a customers house. Actually several customers. Who do I speak to in order to move this along?
Thanks for the sharing. What do say about Rubber Flooring Mats Trends?
Nice, Rubber tiles are super popular for the home gym largely due to their approachability.
Would these rubber tiles work well to lay over an old cement patio that is damaged? There are large cracks and other voids. Could we fill the problem areas with sand to level out and then cover with the tiles? Would the tiles withstand northern winter weather?
Can this rubber floor be used in a commercial kitchen? Restaurant.
In a 350 sq ft basement do you recommend rolls or tiles? The floor is mostly rectangular.
How about 210 sq ft?
which type hides seams better?
I want to make a space in my basement for my 1-year-old. So I’d also like to add some sort of matted walls. This will be an approximately 22′ x 12′ area, though I may decide to do a larger, L-shaped area. Thoughts on walls?
What would you suggest for a home gym that’s approx 1,000. sq ft (~44 x 23.5)? Can’t decide between tiles and rolls!
I need outside rubber paving pls guys but its also very smart for interior .how is sqmeter,how big is a tile