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Impact Rolls - Wood Series

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Product Highlights
  • Indoor use only.
  • Great for basketball courts, dance, and hot yoga.
  • Shock absorbent and insulating.

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  • Indoor use only.
  • Great for basketball courts, dance, and hot yoga.
  • Shock absorbent and insulating.
  • 10-year warranty.
  • Fade, wear, and mold/mildew resistant.
  • Non-porous.
Description – Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series flooring features a vinyl wear layer bonded to a rubber underlay, resulting in a floor that looks like genuine hardwood with the shock absorbency of rubber. Great as court flooring for indoor basketball courts, these vinyl rolls can also be used as flooring for basements, yoga studios, dance studios, and much more. Highly resistant to fading, wearing, and mold/mildew growth, these rolls are great for commercial and residential applications and will provide any space with added sound absorption and warmth. Our Impact flooring is backed by a 10-year warranty.
Material – 2mm Virgin vinyl over top 5mm recycled rubber underlayment.
Width – Each roll is 6' wide.
Length – The rolls are custom cut to your desired lengths free of charge, provided that each roll length is 25’ long or longer and in whole foot increments such as 25’, 26’, 27’, etc. The maximum length for these rolls is 45'. You will generally receive an extra few inches on each roll. This allows for a quick and easy installation.
Thickness – 7mm
Weight – 1.39 Lbs. per sqft
Recommended Uses – Impact Rolls - Wood Series are great for commercial and residential indoor applications and are usually found as flooring for basketball courts. These vinyl rolls have also been used as flooring for dance studios, as basement flooring, in churches, as flooring for yoga studios, as indoor gymnasium flooring, and anywhere a durable yet shock absorbent floor is desired.

Available For Order - Ships between Sep 30 - Oct 7

Vinyl rolls are easy to keep clean and maintain. Maintenance of the floor typically includes:
  • Daily or weekly vacuuming or dusting of dirt, grit, dust, etc.
  • Use felt pads under chair and furniture legs to prevent scratching of the flooring surface.
  • Place doormats at all entrances to prevent tracked in dirt, rocks, moisture, and other debris.
  • Avoid using rubber-backed mats as they can stain the flooring surface over time.
  • When mopping, use a damp mop. Never a wet mop.
  • Clean up spills immediately to prevent damage to the flooring surface.

When installing rolled rubber flooring, it is recommended that you use some kind of adhesive to prevent the rolls from moving around or sliding apart between adjacent rolls. The most common methods of adhering rubber rolls to the subfloor are:

A: Double Sided Tape Installation
  1. First, you will want to clean your subfloor so that it is free of all dust, dirt, and debris.
  2. Loose lay your rolls in the room as you would like them to look after a complete installation. Let the rolls relax for up to 24-48 hours to ensure proper installation of your new flooring.
  3. Note: Rolls may be directional so make sure the color matches on each roll. If the roll colors do not match, flip them or turn them 180 degrees to ensure color matches.
  4. Make any necessary cuts to the rolls to fit them into the room using a Straight Edge and a Utility Knife with a fresh blade. We recommend leaving a gap around the rolls roughly the thickness of the rolls being used to account for expansion and contraction.
  5. Apply double-sided tape to perimeter of each roll.
  6. Place rubber rolls back into position on top of the double-sided tape.

B: Glue Installation
  1. First, clean your subfloor so that it is free of all dirt, dust, and debris. When gluing your flooring down, it is recommended that the subfloor is free of any moisture.
  2. Loose lay your rolls in the room as you would like them to look after a complete installation. Let the rolls relax for up to 24-48 hours to ensure proper installation of your new flooring.
  3. Note: Rolls may be directional so make sure the color matches on each roll. If the roll colors do not match, flip them or turn them 180 degrees to ensure color matches.
  4. Make any necessary cuts to the rolls to fit them into the room using a straight edge and a utility knife with a fresh blade. We recommend leaving a gap around the rolls roughly the thickness of the rolls being used to account for expansion and contraction.
  5. Roll up the rolls at one end of the room. Put down a 10’ long light layer of polyurethane adhesive and unroll 10’ of the flooring into the adhesive at a time.
  6. Repeat this step for every 10’ of roll length until the entire roll has been unrolled into its desired position.
  7. After all rolls have been glued down, it is often recommended to use a 100-pound roller on the floor to guarantee good adherence to the subfloor. If a roller is not available, walking on the flooring in small choppy steps may also work.

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I see the roll is six ft wide. Our room is 14 ft wide. How do you connect rolls together, ​so it looks seamless? Thank you.
stacey spencer
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series rolls when butted up to each other appear virtually seamless. To create a truly seamless look, we recommend heat welding the rolls together.
In regards to the IMPACT ROLLS - Wood Series, are you able to set heavy objects such as COMMERCIAL TREAD MILLS and WEIGHT SYSTEMS such as Nautilus weight machines, benches and dumbbell racks?
Anonymous
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series can handle the weight of commercial treadmills and weight systems on the surface. If left on the surface for a long period of time, some indentation may occur which may not go away with time.
I am wondering if the wood grain rubber flooring would work in a kitchen over a plywood subfloor.
Meghan
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series would work perfectly as flooring in a kitchen over a plywood subfloor. These rolls are very easy to install and clean and are slip resistant when wet. The rolls are also non-porous and will not promote mold or mildew growth.
Are your Impact Rolls - Wood Series water resistant? Also, is a vapor barrier needed?
Anonymous
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series is water resistant. Water will not get in the floor due to the surface being non-porous. If installed over a concrete subfloor that has water issues, we would recommend sealing the concrete first. That way there is no issue with ponding of water under the floor. A vapor barrier would not be necessary when installing this roll.
Is the Impact floor suitable for ballet/pointe use? Would this be a viable option to the Dance Floor Roll w/subfloor?
For ballet pointe use you can use these rolls since the flooring is dense. For an additional option, we would recommend using Adagio rolls with a hard surface tile underneath.
Would this work in an RV?
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series would work perfectly as flooring in an RV. These rubber rolls are very easy to install and are just as easy to clean and maintain. These rolls have the best of both worlds with a non-porous vinyl top allowing you to keep the RV sanitary and a cushioned rubber backing giving optimal comfort underfoot. Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series also comes in a number of colors that are certain to go with any RV's decor and can be heat-welded to create a seamless floor.
Is this flooring able to withstand heavy weights being dropped on it or will the surface be damaged? Also is it slippery?
Anonymous
Our Impact Rolls are meant to handle heavy weights being dropped on them. The surface of our Impact Rolls - Wood Series is not slippery. It has a smooth surface that is meant to allow proper grip when playing basketball and other sports that requirement optimal movement.
Would this make a good zumba flooring? And also SilverSneaker chair exercise flooring?
Anonymous
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series are perfect for Zumba. The surface of this roll is a control slipped vinyl surface that allows you to move with ease without slipping. Under this vinyl layer is a rubber underlay that helps to alleviate impact pressure while dancing and provides added cushion. Both qualities make this floor great for both Zumba and SilverSneakers.
Can you further explain the heat welding, and is it the best option when installing over commercial low-pile carpet? Does the double-stick tape method work when installing over carpet. We're looking at a 2200 sq ft room.
Bob
Over low pile carpet, using a heat weld is not the best option. Since heat welding is used in permanent installations where glue is necessary, it would be best if the carpet were removed. If you are installing over low pile commercial carpet, we would recommend installing the rolls with double sided tape.
Is this available in a thicker thickness? We are trying to find something for sound reduction that looks nice in a living room.
Anonymous
Unfortunately, our Impact Rolls - Wood Series only come in the one thickness. If you are looking to make the flooring thicker, we would recommend purchasing on of our rubber underlays to place underneath the floor. We have rubber underlay from 2mm - 12mm thick.
Would the roll vs the tiles work better for a trade show? I want it to last and I have noticed that the tiles can peel over time and high heels can be bad for them. Does the roll require tape or will it just lay over the floor for the duration of a 2-day trade show?
Jeannie
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series would be the best solution for any trade show. This roll gives you the wood look everyone craves without the drawbacks of foam tiles. These rolls will lay flat when rolled out and can be secured with double sided tape. One great quality of this roll is that it will not indent when people with high heels walk over the floor allowing you to use this for years to come.
Can your impact roll wood series be used for limited garage use? (only during snow days).
Anonymous
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series can be used in a garage. This roll is very durable and features a vinyl top that also has a wear layer for added protection.
Can you use a steam mop to clean the floors?
Anonymous
You can use a steam mop to clean our Impact Rolls - Wood Series.
Can the impact rolls be installed directly on to a concrete floor? Also, how difficult is the installation? I am looking for a durable surface for a home gym. I have a foam floor now and this is not durable enough. My primary exercise is areoboics and the Total Gym exercise machine. Also, how do you maintain these floors?
Robert Koehn
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series can be installed directly over concrete and are very easy to install. All you need to do is roll them out and cut them to fit your space. These rubber rolls are great for doing aerobics on and can handle fitness equipment being placed on them.
I'm converting a bedroom into a home gym and considering the Impact Roll Wood Series. Does it have a rubber smell when placed? Will it maintain the rubber smell?
Karen
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series, would have a slight rubber smell, but it is not very overpowering. The main smell you will have is from the vinyl top. This smell will dissipate over time, but to help that process along, we recommend using a mild soap and water solution on the floor.
I have in-floor heating in the room where I am considering to place the impact roll - wood series flooring. How would the impact roll-wood series flooring act with respect to heat transfer in this case: allowing the heat to pass through or as acting as a heat insulator? If this product is not the best suited for the in-floor heating application, what other products that you have would you recommend instead for high impact flooring that does well when weight are dropped on it.
Aleksandar Necakov
You can install our Impact Rolls - Wood Series over a floor heating system. These rolls are non-porous, so you will not get the benefits of the heating system like you would with say a porous tile. But the floor heating system will not damage the roll in any way, so you can use this as a gym floor for your home or business.
How durable are the impact rolls wood series? I would like to put this in a gym floor which also serves as a multipurpose room where chairs and tables might be once in a while. (spills, food clean up, etc.) what happens if you install the roll with glue and a puncture happens, or a gouge is there a repair or you have to pull the whole roll up?
greg
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series are very durable and are great as a multi-use floor. When chairs and tables are in use on our flooring, we do recommend using furniture sliders under them to prevent andy dimpling that can happen when excess weight is put on either item. We also recommend picking up the tables and chairs when they are moved to prevent scratches. Since our Impact Rolls - Wood Series are non-porous, they are very easy to clean and maintain. So no matter what is spilled on the floor, you will be able to clean them easily. If you were to poke a hole in our flooring, there isn't a repair kit that can be used. If you have the missing piece of the flooring, you can use our Seam Sealer glue and replace the missing piece. If you can't replace the missing piece, you would have to pull up the roll and replace it.
Is the flooring appropriate for dancing bare-footed without too much sticking so that turns allow the foot to pivot?
Alicia Fajardo
You can dance on our Impact Rolls - Wood Series barefoot without too much sticking. These rolls feature a controlled slip property that will allow the foot to pivot effortlessly.
Would this withstand high heels?
Christa
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series would be able to withstand high heels without a getting a permanent indention. These rolls feature a very durable vinyl layer that is resistant to indentation.
I've had three basement floods. One was about 1.5 feet up the wall. If that happens again with this sort of flooring, is the flooring ruined or could it be picked up and laid out to dry and then re-installed? Also is double-sided tape needed for the installation? Basement rec room with a treadmill and stationary bike.
If you were to have another flood in your basement and you had our Impact Rolls - Wood Series installed, you could just pull up the rolls, clean them, and reinstall them. You wouldn't need to use any double-sided tape under these rolls as they are heavy enough to stay in place on their own. If you did get some movement with your flooring, you could add some double-sided tape to keep the flooring in place.
Can you tap dance on the Wood Series Impact Rolls? Thanks
Katherine Wyman
You could practice tap dance on our Impact Rolls - Wood Series. These rolls would provide a solid floor for you to practice on, but it would not be the best floor to practice on. Typically you will want to use a floor that is a little harder. We do offer a wide variety of tiled floors that are great for this.
Would this type of flooring be good for wheelchairs?
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series are wheelchair safe.
Could you tell me the slip co-efficient rating for the rubber with wood vinyl on top? We are at a ski resort that people walk with snowy ski boots.
Patrick
The coefficient of friction for our Impact Rolls - Wood Series is > 0.6. The testing parameter for this is under ASTM D2047.
Can the Impact Roll-Wood Series withstand plyometric workouts such as P90X or T25? And if done wall to wall, can a dresser/furniture be placed on top?
Michelle
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series were designed with high impact workouts in mind, so these rolls are great for P90X, T25, and the like. They feature a non-porous top making them very easy to clean and sanitize. This also helps to mitigate the 'gym smell' so many people hate. Since these rolls feature an underlayment backing, these rolls are very shock absorbent, meaning your joints, especially your knees, will love you every time you workout. Our Impact Rolls are very durable and can withstand heavy furniture and equipment on them. The only thing you may notice, depending on how heavy the object is that is placed on the flooring, are indentations where the furniture has sat. If it is only placed on the flooring for a short period of time, then the indentations may go away. If it is there for a long period of time, then they may be there permanently. To prevent indentations, we recommend using furniture sliders under the legs of the furniture or equipment.
I currently own 5/8" Premium Soft Wood Tiles and have installed them in my yoga room at home over carpet. I have been having issues with these tiles move/shift/are too squishy, so I am looking for flooring that I can replace it with that will provide more firmness. Can I put this flooring over my carpet?
You can install our Impact Rolls - Wood Series over any hard, flat surface like concrete, asphalt, low-pile carpet, and the like. We don't recommend installing these rolls over carpet that has a thick pad as the rolls could separate, causing a tripping hazard when the pad is depressed. If you are trying to install over this type of flooring, we would recommend placing plywood over the carpet to prevent this.
If installing in an RV or camper is it easy to take out to clean? Is it easy to custom cut to desired dimensions? I.E., around seats and cabinets?
Mike
Cleaning of our Impact Rolls - Wood Series is very easy. Since the rolls are pretty heavy, it may be a bit difficult to pull the flooring out to clean, but there would be no real need to remove the flooring once installed. For any large dirt and debris, we recommend sweeping the floor with a broom. For any stuck-on dirt and debris, we recommend mopping the floor with a mild soap and water solution. Our Impact Rolls are very easy to cut with a sharp utility knife and straight-edge. Cutting these rolls around tables and cabinets is very easy when following this rule: measure twice, cut once.
What are these rolls made from? Are there tire parts in them?
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series rolls feature a vinyl top backed by a recycled rubber underlayment. The rubber used comes from the treads of commercial truck tires.
I just ordered a sample last week. Trying to see if this would work in our Hot Yoga studio. We need something that can hold up to water (sweat) and heat. This floor is water proof or water resistant. Also what are the difference of the two and the "impact series HD" that i slightly more expensive.
Mike
Impact Rolls - Wood Series is approved for use in hot yoga studio applications, you would want to be sure to heat weld the seams if using multiple rolls for added waterproofing. The Impact Roll Wood HD has a higher definition print image than the regular Impact Wood roll.
Can this be installed in a daycare? Also can this be cut to take the shape of the room?
AJ
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series can be installed in a daycare. These rolls are very durable and are super easy to clean and sanitize. They are easy to cut with a sharp utility knife and a straight edge to fit any space.
Can the cherry colored Impact Rolls - Wood Series be used for residential living rooms?
Pett Eghobamien
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series can be used as residential living room flooring.
Does it make any sense to try putting this on stairs? How would I even go about doing that safely?
Vinny
You can install our Impact Rolls - Wood Series on stairs. Since these rolls are not super flexible, you would actually cut the roll to fit the stairs. You would use our polyurethane adhesive to keep the pieces attached to the stairs and then a stair nose or cap to the area where the two pieces meet. This will help to protect the flooring from the foot traffic. Now since the rolls feature a vinyl top, they can become slippery when wet. So you may want to add something on top of them to add some slip resistance if being used for commercial use or in areas where water may be present.
Would the Impact wood rolls work for a space that is used for ballet and karate?
Our Impact Rolls - Wood Series can be used as a multi-use floor for ballet and karate. The rolls do have some slip, which allows ballet shoes to turn properly and are dense enough not to cause issues when performing dances on it. For karate, this rubber roll does provide some shock absorbency, but if it's not enough, foam tiles can be added on top to provide ample shock absorbency. These vinyl-topped rubber rolls are very easy to clean and sanitize and are mold and mildew resistant.
I’m looking to install these in my hot yoga studio. The studio will have infrared heating panels hanging overhead and high humidity. Will these floors be able to withstand the heat? Will they become slippery when wet?
Angela
Impact Rolls - Wood Series is approved for use in hot yoga studio applications, and can withstand the heat that is produced in this environment. We would recommend heat welding the seams and gluing the rubber to make sure the floor doesn't expand and contract too much when in use. Since these rubber rolls have a vinyl top, they can become slippery when wet. These rolls have been installed in hot yoga studios around the country, and most people just lay towels around to help minimize and slip hazards.
Installing in the basement directly on a concrete floor. Should there be a gap between flooring and baseboards for expansion?
Jason
When installing our Impact Rolls - Wood Series and any floor, you will want to leave an expansion gap between the flooring and your baseboard or wall. We recommend leaving a 1/4" gap between our Impact Rolls - Wood Series and your baseboard or wall.
We want to put this over a concrete floor. Would you recommend a rubber underlayment in order to get better cushioning or is the thin rubber underlayment within this flooring enough to give adequate cushioning to lessen the impact of aerobic activity. Thank you!
Andy
The attached underlatment is adequate aerobic activity.
The walls of my room have warped over time. Is it okay to caulk over the gaps between this flooring and the wall?
Lisa
You can use a calk over the gaps between our Impact Rolls - Wood Series and your walls.
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Sam from Phoenix, AZ wrote...
I installed this product in a home gym for a customer. He wanted rubber that looks like wood and I found this online. It is heavy but also seems very durable. The installation was fairly easy like vinyl rolls. We used some double sided tape around the perimeter but I am not sure its needed since the product is so heavy and it is installed wall to wall. I think it looks great. Here are some pictures of the completed gym.
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  Turned Out Really Good!
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Chris from Cape Canaveral wrote...
Hi, it turned out really good! We turned a mechanical room that was a wasted space into a home gym and the floor makes all the difference. before and after showed. Floor lays down great. It is seamless! It is almost impossible to find the seams when you join two or more piece for a larger room. We had two large rolls and I was worried about seeing them but not at all, incredible how it matches up and lays square. Looks great. So far with just a month installed, we love it with the gym. Much better than the basement concrete floor we had in the space before. Really does look high quality. I would recommend it.
  Great looking flooring at a reasonable price
Self-installed in I am looking to do my garage floor
Dane W. from Gillette, Wy wrote...
I know this product would be a great looking garage floor and beings it is rubber it would be easy on my back
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