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Hello RubberFlooringInc.com fans!!!

Welcome to our newly formed blog.  This is our very first post and we look forward to a long and exciting journey discussing the niche flooring and mat products that we carry.  We also plan to keep our fans up to date about the behind the scenes action that takes place here at RubberFlooringInc.com.  Some of the topics we will touch on over the coming months will include installation tips, cleaning tips, how to properly use each product and/or find the right product to fit your needs, and any other topic our customer’s find useful.  On that note, if anyone would like any more info about our products or has any question(s) they would like to have answered, please leave a comment below.  We appreciate any and all feedback.

Thanks for checking out our first post and please stay tuned.  We have a lot of helpful articles just about ready to go.  :)

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  1. Sallie Rich
    February 28, 2012 at 8:30 pm | #1

    I am interested in flooring that would best protect a disabled child who might fall to the floor. I realize nothing is going to provide complete safety but I would like suggestions as to what are the best solutions. A light color is desired and a very large mat instead of tiles is desired. Minimum odor is a necessity. Will the odor disappear if the mat is aired before installation? The mat is intended to cover a space about 24×14. Thank you for your reply.

    • February 29, 2012 at 9:03 pm | #2

      Hello Sallie, We have a variety of products that could be useful for you. Without a doubt, the safest thing to use would be one of our foam flooring products. Those products can be found here: http://www.rubberflooringinc.com/foam-flooring.html and here: http://www.rubberflooringinc.com/soft-foam-mats.html Many times a brand new foam flooring or mat product will have a slight odor to it that almost smalls like nail polish remover. Do not worry though, they will air out and eventually not have any noticeable smell whatsoever. The airing out process usually takes about 1 days to 2 weeks depending on the product and how much ventilation they have. For the 24 x 24 area you are looking to cover effectively, safely and economically. If you would like less seams, you could choose a larger tile such as our 40″x40″ training tiles or our 4′x4′ Martial Arts Interlocking Mats. I hope that helps. If you have any more questions, please let us know and we would be happy to help.

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