RubberFlooringInc.com is pleased to announce that we now offer US Floors branded cork flooring. We have carried our own private label brand of cork flooring (Eco-Cork Brand) for over a year now however we wanted to expand our selection. After looking for the best partner in the cork floor marketplace, we decided US Floors was the premier candidate. With the arrival of the US Floors line, Rubber Flooring Inc. now offers over 60 color options and styles of cork flooring. With that, we now believe we have the largest selection of cork floor tiles available online. Whether a potential customer is looking for a discount cork floor tile product or a high end natural cork floor covering, we should have you covered.
We have been inundated with questions from Hurricane Sandy victims for a few weeks now and decided to write a helpful guide to explain flood resistant flooring options. First of all, we would all like to say that we are very sorry to hear about all the hardships you all are facing and we would like to help. If you have been a victim of Sandy, please use code Sandy30 when you checkout to save 30% off your order until the end of the year.
The most common questions we have been receiving have been:
- Does rubber flooring help to waterproof your basement floor?
- I had rubber flooring in an area of my house that was flooded, now what do I do?
- What is the best type of flooring for a flooded basement or a flood prone basement?
We are going to start this guide by answering these questions. After that we are going to explain the pros and cons of numerous different flooring options including rubber, vinyl, ceramic tile, epoxy’s, concrete stains, and carpet. Hopefully after all of that, we will have put together a decent guide for flood victims going forward. Read more…
There are thousands upon thousands of commercial gyms across the country managed by numerous public and private business entities. Commercial gyms and weight room facilities often cater to many different types of clientele. Some large scale nationwide gyms like Gold’s Gym, LA Fitness, Lifetime Fitness, etc. are huge facilities that can fit just about everyone’s needs. A large contingent of commercial gyms however are private training studios, Olympic weight training facilities, and 24 hour fitness centers that are designed to meet the needs of niche clientele who need the specific training options or flexibility in training times that these types of gyms offer. No matter what type of commercial training facility you operate or plan to open in the near future, you will at some point have to decide on proper gym flooring for your new or existing facility.
At RubberFlooringInc.com, we specialize in rubber flooring, foam gym flooring, and vinyl gym flooring which are all common gym flooring options when used properly. In this article, we will briefly discuss the most popular commercial gym flooring solutions we sell and talk about the most common gym flooring we don’t sell, carpet, and explain the benefits to each floor covering.
Rubber flooring is the most common gym flooring solution installed in new commercial gyms today. The most common form of rubber flooring installed in commercial gyms is rolled recycled rubber flooring. Recycled rubber floors are often low in cost, extremely durable, easy to clean, and easy to install. Many times, rolled rubber is even installed by the gym owner or gym staff due to its extremely easy installation process which only requires some double sided carpet tape and a utility knife. This helps to save the cost of hiring a professional installation team. One of the most famous gyms in the world, “The Biggest Loser” gym, for example currently uses 8mm thick recycled rolled rubber flooring. The Biggest Loser staff is extremely demanding of their flooring since weights are often dropped on the product and sleds are often pushed across the surface of the flooring.
The only downside’s to using recycled rubber flooring is that the flooring is very Read more…
Yes, it’s true. RubberFlooringInc.com is now the official gym flooring for Mr. Olympia. If you attended the event this past weekend, you would have seen our flooring in the Men’s Fitness Ultimate Athlete village. It turns out the event organizers needed some non slip rubber flooring designed to provide a safe and even surface for some of the best male athletes to compete for the title of the Ultimate Athlete. Competitors were tested on basketball shooting, throwing a fastball, rowing, plyometrics, scaling a wall, lifting a punching bag above waist level a number of times, carrying weights, a cone drill, dragging a sled, and throwing a football.
The gym flooring used was our very own Eco-Flec rubber rolls which can be seen here.
To see all of our gym and weight room flooring options available, please click here.
To read more about our new partnership with Mr. Olympia, the official press release can be found here.
One of the single most asked questions we receive here at RubberFlooringInc.com is “Should I get foam or rubber for my home gym flooring?” This quick post is going to explain the benefits and disadvantages to using each type of material in an attempt to help answer that question for everyone.
Benefits of foam Include:
- Light weight
- Flexible and shock absorbent
- Water proof
- An excellent insulator
- Wide variety of colors
- Available in interlocking tiles or portable mats
- Easy to install and keep clean
All of these reasons make foam an excellent choice for home gyms and portable exercise mats.
Disadvantages to using foam include: Read more…
We at RubberFlooringInc.com have recently launched a complete line of carpet tiles on our site and have come up with the top 10 reasons why you should purchase tiles over broadloom carpet. They are as follows:
1. Ease of Installation – Carpet tiles can easily be installed with double sided carpet tape or adhesive.
2. Ease of Maintenance – Floor carpet tiles can be easily removed for replacement or cleaned like any other carpet.
3. Superior Durability – Carpet tiles have been engineered to withstand high traffic and lots of abuse.
4. Eco-Friendly – Most modular carpet tiles are made from recycled material and usually use less material than broadloom.
5. More Installation Options – Read more…
We have finally relaunched our collection of folding mats today. When we say finally, it is because it felt like forever since we last had some in stock. The reason for this was that we were on the hunt for a new supplier who could guarantee us a lower price while still maintaining a very high level of quality. As a company, our goal is to offer the best deals out there for our line of products and with our old supplier, we eventually realized we just were not doing that. So we went on the hunt and low and behold, 4-5 months later, here we are. So what are the differences between our old mats and the new ones you may ask? Read more…