Why You Should Strongly Consider Our Rubber Roll Flooring

  • Invisible joints (You cant see where the roll joins, making your gym look outstanding)
  • A range of attractive colors available
  • Transforms a room
  • Will last a Long Time
  • Very durable and great grip
Don’t fall into the trap of thinking you can buy roll flooring from Dragon Mart and it will be ok, it will not, the quality is low, the rubber is poor quality and do you really want to move all your gym equipment in 18 months to replace your flooring? Did you know there are very significant differences in the quality of rubber rolls? Yes…there are very clear differences:
  • In terms of the density (how much weight you can apply per square meter, this is an important factor to consider)
  • The smell can vary drastically, some give off a very disturbing and strong rubber smell for a long time after you’ve used it (people are breathing heavily in a gym, you don’t want bad smell)
  • The durability can be very different. It needs to be strong and resistant to weights being dropped on the floor, ours is, cheaper ones will most probably not be.
  One of the reasons we sell a lot of rubber roll flooring is the way it transforms a room, have a look at these before and after pictures below that we did recently for a Client called Mohammed in Abu Dhabi.



Are You Confused Which Type of Gym Flooring Is The Best to Buy?

  Check out the guide below that compares rubber roll flooring to tiles, to PVC gym flooring.
You care about your gym, and you want it to look fantastic. Great…
Then we are on the same page, we also love gym flooring; in fact, we see gym flooring as the soul of a gym and its certainly he foundation. Get it right and it makes everything else you do in your facility better. So, let’s get into it…
What are the advantages and trade off’s of:  
  • Rubber Roll Flooring VS
  • PVC Gym Flooring VS
  • Rubber Tiles
When it comes to choosing flooring for a gym, rubber roll flooring, rubber tiles, and PVC roll flooring are all popular options that offer different benefits and trade-offs.

Rubber roll flooring is made from recycled rubber and sometimes if you purchase a premium product will be made with pure rubber and is available in various thicknesses and colors. It provides good shock absorbency and is durable, making it ideal for high-impact activities such as weightlifting. It can also be easily cut to fit the size of the gym and is relatively easy to install. However, it can be more expensive than other options, and can also emit a strong rubber odor when new.

Rubber tiles are similar to rubber roll flooring, there is one version that comes in interlocking tiles that can be easily installed without the need for adhesive. This is great if you don’t want to permanently damage the flooring below the tiles.

There are also rubber tiles that you can connect with rods that go through the center, This makes them a good option for gym owners who want a DIY installation. Rubber tiles can also be easily replaced if damaged, making them a cost-effective option over the long term. However, the seams between the tiles can be a tripping hazard, and the tiles can move or shift over time if not properly installed.

PVC roll flooring is a cost-effective alternative to rubber flooring, and is made from a flexible vinyl material. It is available in a variety of colors and thicknesses and provides good shock absorbency. PVC roll flooring is also relatively easy to install and can be easily cut to size. However, it tends not to be as durable as rubber flooring and can become brittle over time, especially in areas with high UV exposure.

If you are going to buy PVC gym matting then definitely go with a high quality option that avoids a lot of the pitfalls above and has a 3-6 year guarantee.

In conclusion…
The best option for a gym depends on the specific needs and preferences of the gym owner. Rubber roll flooring is a good choice for durability and shock absorbency, while rubber tiles are a good choice for easy installation and cost-effectiveness. PVC roll flooring is a good budget option, but may not be as durable as the other options.