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Home exercise room flooring
Home exercise room
New Bloomfield, Pa
As of right now I don't have any equipment on the floor yet so I can't rate durability. If appearance and weight have any bearing on the durability it should hold up well. We're building a new home and were trying to figure out what to put down on the floor of our exercise room. A coworker of mine suggested we look at rubber flooring. So I jumped on the internet and started researching rubber gym flooring. After reading all of the positive review here about both the company and their product I decided to place my order. Communication was good and the product showed up in a timely matter. I installed the tiles over a new concrete floor. I ended up using a carpet knife and a piece of steel angle iron for a straight edge to cut the tiles. It worked out very well. I have an electrical closet in the room so I cut everything to also cover the closet floor. There is a 4″ sewer drain line that goes down through the floor in the closet that required cutting around. I used a slightly larger hole saw which cut through easily. The floor looked like it was manufactured for the size of the pipe when it was laid. When I started my install I began laying the tile out so the seam wouldn't be in the doorway. I quickly discovered with the tile combination that they ship (corner, wall and center tile) that you should only be cutting tile at 2 walls. Keeping the seam away from the door would have required cutting at 3 walls. The seam is in the doorway but isn't that noticeable and looks like it shouldn't be an issue with durability. With a new build I installed the rubber flooring before the builder put the baseboard molding in so the floor looks great finished under the trim.