Interlocking Rubber Tile Calculator

Are you are interested in our Interlocking Rubber tiles and would like to know just how many pieces you need to order?

If so, you have come to right the place. Our tile calculator takes all the guessing out of it and gives you the exact amount of Corners, Borders and Centers needed for your gym or space.

How does it work?

To get started, all you need to have is your rubber mat size or your room dimensions.

For example, if you want to put a 4’ x 6’ mat under a weight bench you simply put in 4’ in the width and 6’ in length and push the button.

For help on measuring a room – Click here on how to properly measure a room.

The tile calculator does all the work and shows you that you need a total of:

6 pieces:

This breaks down to:

4 – Corners.

2 – Borders.

Give it a try below:

Length FT
Width FT

Just remember that the tiles are 24” x 24” so if your room measurement is an odd number, simply round up to the next number divisible by 2.

For example, if your room is

11’ x 14’, you would round up the 11’ to 12’ and calculate 12’ x 14’.

With this information you either call us at 1-800- 279-1693 or contact us via email and we will send you a full estimate including shipping.

Our goal is to provide you with the best interlocking rubber tile available and to make it extremely easy to order.

Note: When ordering for a large room it is often better to order all centers and start in the center of the room working out toward the side walls. This method will give you even cuts of tile on all walls.

However, if you are planning on installing in a large room and the walls are straight and your measurements for length and width are divisible by 2, (the tiles are 2’ x 2’) you can always order the entire room in borders, centers and corners.

Check out how to measure and calculate for other rubber flooring here:

Rubber Rolls Room Measuring >>

Rubber Interlocking Gym Tiles – Mat Size Examples >>

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