Home Gym Flooring

Home gym flooring made of 1/4 inch rubber rolls is tough enough to protect the flooring underneath heavy exercise machines, including treadmills and resistance machines, as well as from small free weights.

Rubber Home Gym Flooring Roll
Home Gym Flooring Rubber Roll

At 4×10 feet in size, these home gym flooring rolls cover a small area with ease and can be combined with other rolls to cover larger areas with multiple manageably sized sections. At 40 square feet in coverage area, this 1/4 inch rubber flooring for home gym us offer a great value per square foot. They aren’t even too heavy or too large to store for times when you need to roll them up and return to the original flooring. 

This home gym flooring is great for basement or garage garage gyms and will enhance the appearance while also providing a bit of a thermal buffer from the cold cement. 

Rubber Home Gym Flooring Installation

Dry lay or adhere the 1/4 inch roll to the sub-floor. Lay this home gym flooring over concrete to protect the concrete, reduce noise, reduce slip and create a more comfortable workout space. A dry lay installation works best when heavy machines or weights are on top of the floor to hold it down. 

If you notice the home gym rubber flooring sliding around, install the mat using a double-sided tape down method, using either a carpet or vinyl type of tape. 

Should one side of the reversible home gym flooring roll become damaged or discolored, flip it and use the other side.

Home Gym Floor Cleaning

For a basic cleaning of these home gym flooring rolls, sweep or vacuum it to remove dry debris. The frequency of cleaning needed depends on how often it is used.

For a more thorough cleaning a damp mop with neutral pH floor cleaner is recommended. Avoid oversaturation. Air drying is normal. Fast faster drying use a fan.

Remove excess water with a wet/dry vacuum or absorbent towel. 

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