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Home gym flooring is an excellent way to improve the look and feel of your workout area. If you are looking to outfit your home gym with flooring, you have come to the right place.

You should build your home gym from the ground up starting with the floor. Outside of equipment, your floor is the most important part of your home gym. A solid gym floor has a functional purpose and improves your workouts. It will protect you, your sub-floor, and your equipment.

We work closely with our customers to explore and recommend the best flooring solution to match their budget, exercise goals, and aesthetics. Are you looking to build a calm and peaceful yoga studio? Are you looking to build a tough and gritty Olympic lifting area? Is your only piece of equipment a treadmill? Choosing the right flooring is a process that combines your (personal) taste with careful thinking about practicality.

Our rubber flooring products offer homeowners many advantages that traditional flooring cannot, including horse stall mats and EVA foam tiles. Let’s take a look at a few benefits:

  • It’s easy on your body
  • It’s got grip
  • It’s easy to install and clean
  • It will reduce noise
  • It will absorb the impact of heavy weights dropped repeatedly
  • It’s durable enough to support your heavy equipment
  • It’s safe
  • It looks great

When you’re looking to buy rubber flooring, we offer three styles: rubber flooring rolls, 1” thick rubber tiles, and interlocking floor tiles. Rubber rolls are ideal if you want a cohesive look while interlocking rubber tiles are a good choice for gym designs that you want to move or change. The 1” rubber tile provides superior durability and thickness to withstand the rigors of dropped free weights. Luckily, no matter which style you choose, installing rubber flooring isn’t as difficult as you think.

To find the home gym flooring you need at a price you’ll love, shop our rubber flooring rolls, rubber flooring tiles, or rubber interlocking tiles.

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