Three Awesome Ways to Transform Your Garage With Rubber Flooring
Don't Park Your Car On Rubber
So What is Rubber Good For?
You might be asking yourself, why put rubber in a garage if it doesn't work under a car? It's because garages aren't just for cars anymore! Garages are very popular spaces for everything from chill pads to home gyms. Here are a few instances in which rubber makes an awesome garage floor option.
Garages make excellent home gyms, and rubber floors make creating a home gym in the garage easy and affordable. With rubber garage flooring, you don't need much else to create a space you and your family can get fit in right at home. Rubber rolls, mats and tiles are all popular choices for home gyms.
Rubber flooring comes in a variety of thicknesses and sizes, so you can choose one to support your activities. Some are dense and sturdy, which works well underneath heavy gym equipment. Others have more cushion and shock-absorption, which is nice for dance and floor exercises. All are durable, protective, tough and sleek.
Chill Out Space
A garage is also a popular room to turn into a space to chill out with entertainment, comfy furniture and friends. Because it's outside of the house, garage lounge spaces feel like an escape. Garage rules tend to be more relaxed than house rules, so it's an easy place to let loose and get comfy. Anyone, not just the kids or teenagers, will be happy to retreat to a nice garage lounge space.
Thick rubber flooring provides comfort and mild cushion for feet and for sitting. It also provides a layer of insulation from cold concrete often found in garages. Rubber flooring is durable enough for heavy furniture, like a plush overstuffed couch to watch movies from.
Rubber flooring is a great floor for garage game rooms as well. It's durable enough to hold those game structures like pool and foosball tables. Rubber rolls, tiles and mats also provide insulation and padding, which softens impact and prevents noise from traveling as far. The sound dampening quality of rubber makes it so you won't have to hear all the bumps and thuds that come from play.
Another perk: rubber is easy to clean. For most rubber flooring products, all you need is a damp mop and a pH neutral cleaner, as other cleaners can erode the material. It's best to keep certain types of rubber flooring from getting super wet, as recycled rubber is somewhat porous and can allow a certain degree of permeation.
Rubber Floor Installation
No matter the size, style or use, Greatmats' rubber floors are easy to install in any garage. Certain rubber tiles have an easy interlocking system that yields tight-fitting seams that disappear over time. Other mats, tiles and rolls are a simple dry lay. You can also use double sided floor tape or adhesives for longer-lasting installations. If you are looking for a temporary option, rubber flooring rolls are easily rolled back up and put away. Tiles and mats are easily uninstalled as well.
It can be difficult to think of your garage as anything more than a space for your car or a place to items you don't know where else to put. However, garages have the potential to be so much more. With Greatmats' rubber flooring, you'll find that creating a home gym, lounge space or game room in your garage is a no brainer - especially with the Greatmats' team on your side.
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