The choice of sports flooring depends on a number of factors:
1. Area shape
Simply, this is the design of the space where the gym will occupy.
Many customers prefer an interlocking rubber flooring tile; thereby avoiding the need to glue or adhere the rubber tiles to the ground. Interlocking rubber floors are loose laid on the concrete; and do not require glue or adhesives.
Other customers prefer rolled rubber flooring; due to the seamless appearance and easy cleaning methods. Rolled rubber flooring is very popular in commercial gyms, weight rooms, locker rooms and more. Rolled rubber can also be a great choice for your home basement gym.
2. Use of space
Different mat thicknesses demand different use. Aerobics and low impact use generally can do with ≤4mm thick while high impact sports and heavy weight areas demand extra padding.
Gym flooring must be Durable
3. Durability and maintenance
Gym and sports flooring require regular cleaning.This means the rubber should be able to withstand wear and tear and perform consistently well with regular cleaning. Contact us today to request a quote or to learn more about stall mats here.
Note : There is a difference between rubber and polypropylene material. The finishes, appearance and installation of the material varies. The latter can also be installed in basketball courts, tennis, netball and playgrounds etc.