Interlocking Rubber Floor Tiles – Black w/ Confetti Flecks for Home Gym Flooring, Basement Flooring, Custom Size gym mats and much more. Because the top is made out of rubber it has anti-fatigue features and slip resistant top surface.
Interlocking Rubber Floor Tiles – Black w/ Confetti Flecks
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Rubber interlocking floor tiles are great for a basement home gyms. They are designed with a grid underneath to allow air and moisture circulation, so they are a great option for high moisture environments.
The floor surface is comprised of black recycled rubber and features decorative confetti flecks. The tiles easily support the weight of gym equipment such as treadmills and stationary bicycles. Follow the link to learn more about our other interlocking basement floor tiles.
You can use the interlocking rubber floor tiles as a wall-to-wall solution or for partial coverage of a room floor. They are compatible with any other ModuTile 12” x 12” interlocking floor tiles that feature the 4 loop-to-peg interlocking system.
- Coverage: 1 sq. ft. per Tile
- Size: 12″ x 12″ x 1/2″
- Recycled Rubber Floor Surface
- Color: Black w/ Confetti Flecks
- Slip Resistant
- High-Load Resistant
- Easily supports treadmills, stationary bikes and other gym equipment
- Grid Subfloor Structure for High Moisture Environment
- Usage: Home Gym Flooring, Basement Flooring, High-Carpet surfaces
- 4 Loop-to-Peg Interlocking Floor Tile
- Straight Edge Tile-to-Tile
- Intended for Residential Use
- Made in the USA
Interlocking Tiles are Easy to Install
Their size, 12” x 12” x ½”, makes them easy to install in your home gym. Assembly is as simple as piecing together a puzzle. Each tile snaps together with a four loop-to-peg interlocking system. Two sides of each tile have loops and the remaining two sides have pegs. Since the interlocking system is so convenient, tools are hardly necessary because the tiles will attach together with a single downward push.
If you will need to cut the flooring to install it around any permanent structures such as columns, stairways, or walls, you will need to add about 6% to the square footage for the total number of tiles needed. These additional tiles will cover the waste amount that will be used. To accommodate the flooring for a custom size or shape, the interlocking vinyl tiles can be easily cut with a jigsaw (fine tooth blade). You will need to leave at least ½-inch of space between the tiles and walls or permanent structures because the tiles expand and contract with temperature fluctuations.
Prior to installing, consider sweeping the floor to remove dirt and debris. When the interlocking basement floor tiles are connected, they create a floating floor, which does not need to be glued or screwed down. You may notice small spaces between each tile to allow room for the tiles to expand and contract when the temperature varies. The space between the tiles also lets the air escape from beneath.
You may also notice an odor from the recycled rubber floor surface of the interlocking tiles, but the smell will naturally dissipate with time. This emission is known as outgassing.
Recycled Rubber Floor Surface
The interlocking tiles are lightweight yet durable, which makes them a very smart investment for your home gym. They provide an anti-fatigue, slip-resistant surface that will be well-appreciated in your home gym. The tiles are black and feature decorative confetti flecks of various colors. The edges between tiles are attractive, straight edges since the interlocking system is below the surface.
Interlocking Rubber Tile Grid Structure
The recycled rubber surface along with the polymer base contribute to the durability of the floating floor. Below the recycled rubber floor surface, the bottom part of the tiles are made from a high-impact polymer material that is lightweight and strong enough to support heavy gym equipment. They can also support tool chests, cabinets, refrigerators, pool tables, and much more.
The grid structure is specially designed to resist mold and mildew growth by allowing air circulation for the escape of moisture and humidity. Not only does this grid foundation offer ventilation, but the structure itself is made of high-impact polypropylene. This kind of plastic is known to be antimicrobial and repels microorganisms from developing on it. Despite its mold-resisting properties, this interlocking floor tile is best used in climate-controlled homes.
Additionally, be advised that a low, hollow sound may be observed when walking on the tiles. This is caused by sound echoing through the grid structure. Unfortunately, the grid structure of the tiles does not accommodate wires or cords to run under the tiles. You would have to lay the cords or wires over the tiles and tape them down to the top of the tiles to prevent a tripping hazard if needed.
If the current residential floor has blemishes or imperfections, the recycled rubber floor surface of the tiles formed on top after the tiles are installed looks perfectly even and attractive. In other words, it effectively covers an ugly and imperfect home floor.
If you are installing the tiles over a high-pile carpet, please understand that you may experience a sinking, unstable sensation and your carpet will flatten below the tiles. You may wish to use plywood between the carpet and rubber interlocking tiles to create a stable platform. If you are installing the tiles over a low-pile carpet, the stinking, unstable sensation is much less of an issue.
Follow the link to view and learn about our other Interlocking Basement Floor Tiles.
Black /w Confetti Flecks
12" x 12" x 1/2"
1 sq. ft. per tile
Rubber Top w/ Polymer Base
DIY (Do-it-yourself), Loop-to-peg Interlocking System, Floating Floor – Glue NOT required
Indoor, Modular Locking System, High Load Capacity