Good flooring for basement workout area - comfortable and affordable
This product was a very economical option for creating a workout space in my unfinished basement. It's a lot lighter weight than I thought it would be, but it's very easy to install and has enough cushion to protect my joints compared to working out on concrete or even normal carpet with padding. 100 sq feet is a good amount of space for the price, and after trying it out for a couple months I just bought another box to get even more coverage. It's not as durable as hard rubber, and I'll
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probably need to rotate squares into the areas I use most over time. That said, it's much more comfortable than typical hard rubber flooring, and I can comfortably lay down or kneel directly on this matting without needing a separate mat.
Rubber tile floor
I put these in a basement bedroom I'm using as a workout room and they are great!!! They were easy to put down and when I had to cut some to make fit I used a razor knife. They are very thick and padded and serve the purpose well!! And they don't have a rubbery smell which is a big plus!! Home Depot's price was better and was thicker. I highly recommend to anyone looking to do rubber flooring. Don't have to glue down, just sits on existing floor, for me was concrete.
We bought a case to put in our garage for workout equipment. The product is a semi hard rubber that is just as described, like the rubber sole of a shoe. We put a home gym (p1x) on top of the flooring. The flooring was perfect dimensions and the rubber has held fine with the weight on top of it. The only concern is that where the weight stack is centered, due to the amount of weight, the flooring has sunk down creating an indentation. Very pleased with this product and would recommend it to others.
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