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6mm Energy Rubber Tiles Reviews

 
6mm Energy Rubber Tiles
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$1.99/sqft
$7.96 Tile
reg: $2.65 sqft
tile $10.61
 
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Average Rating 4.8/5
 
 
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  Home Gym Flooring
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Dave from Rockford, MI wrote...
I don't write reviews for products very often - if I do, it's because I was either very impressed or very disappointed with a product. In this case, I am extremely impressed with the 6mm Energy Rubber Tiles. The dimensions of the room I did are approximately 13' x 11'. I finished off a room in my basement for a home gym and installed them right on the concrete floor. I ordered 45 tiles (5 boxes of 9) and had 4 full tiles left over. I was very happy with the color fleck in the tiles (violet) which in my opinion appears more of a light grey than violet. I have grey walls, so the tiles matched the room very well. Install was a breeze, the fitment of the tiles are so precise that it's difficult to even see where the seams are. I needed to cut the final row to fit, which was just as easy. Took me about 1.5 hours. All that is needed is a sharp blade and straight edge, and the tiles cut straight in seconds. Very low rubber odor, almost non-existent. These tiles are plenty thick for home gym use. I can't say enough good things about these tiles, it looks like a pro installed them. If you're on the fence about getting them, you won't be disappointed!
  Great flooring!
Self-installed in Home Gym
Anonymous from Boulder, CO wrote...
As advertised, and just like commercial gym flooring.
  Amazing home gym product
Self-installed in Basement
Anonymous from South Jersey wrote...
This rubber flooring is perfect for anyone who wants to set up a home gym in their basement. It provides the right durability for all types of exercise equipment. Install is easy and having it come in multiple, easy to connect puzzle pieces makes it possible to arrange the flooring the best way to fit your needs. Highly recommended!
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  Best durable flooring to purchase
Self-installed in Garage
Anonymous from Illinois wrote...
I bought this so I could perform cardio kickboxing and strength training exercises in my garage. This tile is awesome and easy to use! I recommend a rubber mallet for securing the interlocking tiles. I mean, if I can do it, ANYONE can do it. I love this flooring and glad I spent the money for this.
  Good Enough for Deadlifting
Self-installed in Garage / Home Gym
Dee from Los Angeles, CA wrote...
I bought these tiles to lay down over the cement in my garage to complete my home gym. I primarily do deadlifts, cleans, and rows on them which means I repeatedly drop barbells holding between 135 and 505 pounds of weight on them and they look the exact same as when I bought them a month ago. These tiles are an incredible value.
  Perfect for home gym!
Self-installed in home gym in basement
Kristi G. from 61571 wrote...
Product was exactly as described. Great quality! The size was absolutely perfect for home gym and would definitely recommend. No tripping over it and so easy to install.
  Easy Installation
Self-installed in Workout Room in Basement
Zac from St Louis, Mo wrote...
This product was exactly as described and we couldn’t be happier with using it as a solution for our workout room flooring in our basement!
  Ok
Anonymous from Midland, MI wrote...
Good product, but doesn’t come with edge pieces. Makes the room look incomplete. Pay so much money for the flooring it should come with edge pieces.
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  so happy with the results
Reuben S. from Teaneck, NJ wrote...
so happy with the results
  Good product.
Self-installed in Garage
Anonymous from Ashland, PA wrote...
I liked how easy it was to install. A few tiles didn’t seem to go together that great. I may have to fix them. I liked it overall.
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  Excellent floor cover
Self-installed in Virtual Reality Room
Igor Lomayev from Seattle, WA wrote...
I bought this rubber floor for the virtual reality business. It turned out very beautifully and effectively, because It looks professional and protect equipment if client drop it accidently on the floor. I also would like to note, that very easy to install this rubber floor. Recommended! Hive Entertainment LLC
  Great outdoor tile!
Self-installed in Dog run over concrete
Raz from Wa wrote...
I guess I cant edit my old review so writing a new one. I was disappointed in the application for my home gym and had pulled it up at the time I wrote the review. I have a dog run roughly 14'x60' that I was going to put turf over. Since I had these and didn't want to waste them I figured Id try it on there. This is an outdoor run and not covered. I loose laid the tiles down and went down easily. I have large breed dogs and they run and stop on on a dime so I knew there would be some gapping issues but wanted to see how it would hold up. Since I installed we had some flooding covering the area with mud, it rained on it and froze for two consecutive nights and snowed on it for a couple days. These tiles held up perfectly. I thought with them appearing to be a little porous they would hold water and freeze, but during the freeze they remained flexible and retained the cushioning effect. When it dried out I hosed them off to see how much cleaning I would need to do and they looked as good as the day I installed. No other cleaning needed. I pulled them up and re installed with loc tite poly based construction adhesive since I was worried about gapping and holding debris in the cracks with the dogs running on them. It has been a few days and they are fully set and haven't gapped or moved at all. They seem extremely durable even with the dogs scratching on them. Very happy with this application and will get enough to finish the full run.
  hmmmm
Self-installed in gym
Nooo! from Oklahoma wrote...
Very flimsy. Won't hold up to move equipment around. Kept coming unlocked!!! Don't buy.
  Quality rubber tiles for home gym
Self-installed in Home gym, basement
Anonymous from Boston wrote...
I ordered the black with blue 6mm tiles for my 13’x10’ home gym. We were replacing foam tiles that the previous owner’s of our home installed, that did not hold up well. As a former owner of 4 fitness studios I knew rubber would hold up far better than foam but I wasn’t sure if 6mm would be enough. After installing and using the gym I can say this is ample thickness for a home gym, even with a heavy treadmill on it. I pulled a very thick rubber mat out from under the treadmill because the 6mm is plenty. The install was easy as long as you have a solid straight edge and a heavy duty cutting knife with plenty of blades. This is in our basement so before installing i treated the foundation floor with a radon and moisture seal, which was harder than the flooring install. The floor install took me about 2 hours but only because I had to make a tight cuts around 2 door openings and molding. If it was a straight lines it would have maybe taken half that time. I only have 2 spare times which was the 10% extra they calculated. Very happy with the product and it looks nice too!
  Very dissapointed.
Self-installed in Garage dedicated home gym
Raz from Wa wrote...
I doubt this will make it to published, however I will post on forums as well so those that research can make an informed decision. That being said I am very frustrated and disappointed in this flooring. If you don't want to read this, take one piece of advice; Suck it up and spend the extra money now for bigger (3x3 as opposed to 2x2) tiles, thicker, and/or rolled flooring if you want a floor to actually use. This is 5 star flooring if you have a dedicated home gym that you want to fill with equipment and show off to your friends. It looks really good and even though a few cuts seem off from box to box it appears seamless to everyone except you, the installer. If you want a floor to hold up to rigorous or heavy workouts don't bother installing this. I have pulled mine up and working out on horse stall mats until I can get new flooring. I installed this in December in a garage with a slightly rough concrete floor (minimal texture, no holes or raised spots. I cleaned it twice and sealed it with two coats of sealer. The floor was nit slick and when standing on a single tile it seemed immovable as far as sliding around. The area would be around 100 tiles, however, I only installed about 65 I believe. I ran into problems with a couple tiles not quite fitting when I opened a new box. I tried to make them fit but 2-3 rows later it was bubbling. I pulled all but the first row and started again using tiles from that box randomly in no specific order and had no more issues. I was happy with the result and let it sit 2 days to settle and adjust fully to room temperature to ensure no buckling. When I went to move my equipment on I realized this was going to be a problem. I have a treadmill with 1 1/2″ wheels, a stepper with 2″ wheels, and two plate trees commercial with 4″ rollers. Nothing will roll on this flooring without it bunching up in front of the wheels and pulling tiles out. I had some help and lifted these items into place. The plate trees are worthless as far as rolling around but don't have a fix for it that works. I have a power rack and bench, the bench weighing 110 lbs. It has wheels but again will not roll without ripping tiles up and obviously wont slide. so I was stuck with lifting the bench every time I wanted to move it. Like getting an extra workout in I suppose. More problems with lifts. Doing reverse db lunges was a no go. Just the pushing down and back motion in regular tennis shoes worked the tile loose and left me trying to stretch out all the tiles in the row to fix the gap. Deadlifts and oly lifts you have to be more focused on babying the floor then the lift or youre going to gap tiles or rip them up. I do not want to glue the entire floor down and although using light adhesive on the border held that, the center tiles still gap and come loose. I put a rubber lifting mat under the power rack and a mat under the deadlift station which solved the problem, and left me wondering why I had the rubber tiles under it. The tiles are just too flimsy and the seams not sturdy enough to take any weight other then straight up and straight down. I wanted this to work for the price and the looks but after spending more time fixing tiles then working out I decided it was time to pull it. I financed this purchase and after my last payment next month I will be getting real gym floor tiles and not base it on price. I think if these were 3x3, or had tighter / sturdier seams, or were just thicker, then they would probably work. These are budget tiles and although the price is attractive this is one situation in which you definitely get what you pay for.
  Great for a simple home gym
Self-installed in home gym
John from Michigan wrote...
It was easy to lay down and cut and seems to be holding up well two weeks in.
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  Home Gym
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Ric from VA wrote...
Tackled this project not knowing how to start. After watching videos of different ways to achieve success I decided to start against the wall with straight edge. Worked out flawlessly. Super excited with the outcome. Was skeptical on 6mm thickness but it is great. Definitely would recommend. Thank You RubberFlooringInc.
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  The ups and downs .
Self-installed in New home gym.
George Argel from Hockley wrote...
In the process of converting the former master bedroom into a home gym. These tiles were relatively inexpensive and easy to work with. The traditional method of using a box-cutter though was time-consuming and potentially dangerous. Instead I opted to use sheet-metal shears which worked great and allowed for much greater precision in cutting. Total area was ~300sqft. (abnormal shaped room) Installation was relatively straight forward on a solid-wood floor. No under-layment was used. The interlocking fitment is pretty solid, but not perfect. It is still possible to see gaps, but this is as close as you can get. The only major downfall of these tiles is the way they react to heavy items rolling over them. They tend to dislodge and fold. This probably could have been solved by adding some adhesive on the floor however we are trying to preserve the floor for resale value.
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  Perfect Flooring for Home Workout Room
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David from Minneapolis, MN wrote...
I bought the 6mm rubber tiles and they were exactly what I needed in my bike, treadmill, and aerobic workout room in my house. They are easy to install, easy to clean, and though they aren't cheap, they are reusable and easy to change out if somehow one gets damaged. I even moved houses and built a new workout room but used 80% of my old tiles and then purchased some new to finish the room. Shipping is even pretty quick for a big order.
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  Great product - website could use better photos
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Danielle from Roseville, CA wrote...
I did a lot of research before ordering the 6mm rubber tile floors for my home gym. You can’t beat the prices offered here and to keep within my budget I opted to go for the 6mm instead of the 8mm. You will definitely need a good cushioned mat to do certain excerises since the floor is hard. I went with the grey color which is essentially white color flecks. The website and samples process could use some improvement. There was not a sample of the 6mm gray and so I ordered the lavender, the olive, and an 8mm gray hoping it would be the same appearnce as which the 6mm would be. The company should have samples of all products and also better pictures and description of the colors. In the pictures the fleck percentage appears different between the gray and other colors and the pictures are so zoomed in it’s hard to pictures what the flooring looks like at a distance. Despite this hang up once I decided to order the product came quickly and I received alerts about shipping. The product took me a few hours to install in an approximately 10 x 14 room. The 6mm does not have straight edge pieces so you do have to cut those which is very easy with a good utility knife and a straight edge. I relived carpet and laid the rubber floor on cement. It tucked nicely under my baseboards. The floor does not separate during my workouts (interval training mostly). Be careful when vacuuming though. I had my vacuum on low pile and the corner of one of the tiles did pull up but fortunately the suction wasn’t strong enough to rip the tile. I’ve reveived compliments on the appearance of the flooring and you can barely see the seams.
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