Cleaning and care of exercise flooring can be accomplished with common floor cleaners. Always use a neutral pH cleaner on rubber flooring materials for a long wear and useful life. They can also simply be swept and vacuumed. Test your vacuum on foam exercise room flooring to prevent damage.
Installation of our exercise flooring can be an easy do-it-yourself (DIY) project with interlocking plastic, vinyl, foam and rubber mats that easily connect together for a seemingly seamless fit. Interlocking exercise floor tiles do not require any glue or tape and can be installed on any hard, flat surface. Rolls of rubber are recommended to be taped down for home installations and glued down for larger commercial installations. Foam floor mats are not recommended to be installed over carpeting.
Use rubber exercise floors for under weight equipment and cardio workout equipment or in commercial exercise floor installations. Rubber flooring is available in rolled rubber material and interlocking gym floor mats. Rubber is usually used to protect flooring from heavy equipment. It is hard like a car tire and is, therefore, not ideal for floor exercises without a personal exercise floor mat. Choose an individual exercise floor mat for stretching or yoga.
For commercial foam exercise floors, we recommend our larger 1x1 meter interlocking foam flooring options that will provide a long-lasting and durable exercise room floor type for multipurpose applications. These mats give you the versatility of interlocking tiles with much fewer seams than traditional home puzzle mats.
Exercise Floor Tiles - 40"x40"x7/8"
| Starting from $16.95 (10 tile min.)