If you're looking for gym flooring that is cost-effective and easy to install, zip tile flooring is the way to go! If you're trying to decide between stall mats and zip tile flooring, here is what you need to know!: Zip tiles have interlocking edges that allow for a more seamless finish. Typically, no matter how close the stall mats are to one another, the seam will be visible, but with zip tiles, you won't have that issue! Another factor to consider is the location of your home gym. If you are installing flooring in your basement or downstairs, the zip tiles will be easy to install because they are light-weight and small, whereas stall mats weight about 100# each and are 4'x6'. Check out the video below for a visual comparison!
NOTE: The tiles will ship via freight.
12lbs per tile.
5.64 square foot coverage per tile.
28.5" x 28.5"
Interlocking design for better aesthetic!
Trying to decide between stall mats and zip tiles? Check out this video to learn the differences!