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Home Gym Flooring

Surfaces

Here are the 3 best solutions for home gym flooring: Rubber Tiles, Rubber Rolls, and Turf.

Let’s take a quick look at each option to help you select the best fit for your project.

Rubber Rolls

Rubber rolls are less expensive per square foot than rubber tiles, and result in a cleaner overall finished look due to fewer "seams / joints".

The (small) downside of rubber rolls.

If your roll needs maintenance, you may need to replace the entire roll, or cut out the damaged section and inlay a replacement piece.

The Best Thickness

If using weights in your home gym, we recommend a minimum of 1/4 inch thick rubber rolls, however, 3/8 inch is the most popular and will better protect your investment.

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Rubber Tiles

Rubber tiles are easier to maintain than rubber rolls.

Why? Because single tiles are much easier to replace than an entire roll. Pop-up the old tile & pop-down a new tile within 1 minute.

Tile Thickness

Thicker tiles are more expensive than thinner tiles, but are necessary to stand up to the abuse from heavy weights.

We recommend a minimum of 1/4 inch tiles for home gym floors that expect a lot of action from weights, such as dumbbells, kettlebells or barbell drops from dead-lifts or hang cleans.

The most popular thickness for commercial gyms is 3/8", so if your home gym flooring budget allows it, we highly recommend 3/8" - in the end it will protect your floors & equipment, longer.

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Artificial Turf

Turf is typically the most expensive option for home gym flooring (depending on quality selections). It's also extremely durable, brightens & softens up a room, is much more comfortable for kids to play on, and feels great underfoot - especially when turf with foam padding is used.

Synthetic turf is a great choice for home gyms where you'll be doing agility or sled work - in which case you should select turf with foam padding (for shock absorption) or a minimum of 48 oz face weight (without pad).

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Home Gym Flooring Installation

Tiles

  • Tiles are 2 ft x 2 ft.
  • If tiles are wall to wall, they should sit fine without movement.
  • For smaller areas, or tiled areas that aren't fully surrounded by walls, additional anchoring may be necessary.

Rubber Rolls

  • Rolls are 4 ft wide and can be cut to any length. Some products may have minimum lengths.
  • Rolls can be anchored to the floor with double sided tape, adhesive, or fasteners. Adhesive is recommended for heavy-duty applications.

Turf

  • Depending on the type of turf selected, the rolls may be available in 12 or 15 foot widths and can usually be cut to any length. Minimums may apply.
  • Depending on the surface that the turf is installed on the weight of the turf may keep it in place.
  • If additional anchoring is necessary, you can apply double sided tape to the seams and edges, or apply adhesive to the outside edges & seams.
  • Review our Indoor Turf Installation Guide for tips.

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