Installing a gym or a laundry room? Rubber floor tiles may not be your first choice, but they really should be. Rubber floor tiles are durable, easy to install, and easy to repair, which means they are the perfect choice for any area in your home that gets a lot of foot traffic. Their easy-to-clean nature makes them ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, or even playrooms.
Here’s why you should choose rubber floor tiles for your next flooring project.
Rubber floor tiles are easy to install. They fit together like puzzle pieces and are easy to shape to the size and dimensions of the room you are putting them in. This saves time and money, as you don’t have to put down an adhesive first!
Can’t find a floor that you like? Rubber floor tiles come in many different colours that are bound to suit your personalised style. Whatever colour your walls are, you are sure to find a rubber floor tile that compliments them.
These tiles last forever! They are mainly made of synthetic or recycled rubber that is durable enough to be walked on for years with next to little visible wear and tear. And even if something does happen to them, you don’t have to pull up the whole floor to repair them! Because they are made up of lots of individual mats, rubber floor tiles are easy to replace and even easier to clean. They are also stain-resistant, so all it will take is a little soap and water to get them looking as though they were just installed.
The true beauty of rubber floor tiles is how much money you save over the long run. Reflooring a whole room easily takes a chunk out of any renovation project, and if you choose the wrong material, you’ll be right back to reflooring in no time at all. Rubber floor tiles save you from this by being easy to repair, difficult to damage, and easy to clean.
Whatever your renovation needs, whether you are redoing a bathroom or installing a gym, rubber floor tiles are perfect for your needs. Contact Waterproofing Direct at 1300 557 973 or email email@example.com to take advantage of the best waterproofing solutions in Australia.