Our range of interlocking rubber tiles is ideal for low level children’s play. In terms of size, weight and colours, these tiles are identical to those previously covered, the major benefit being that they’re easy to install.
Supplied with interlocking pins, these tiles can be connected before being laid on flat, solid ground. This interlocking design also ensures movement of the tiles is kept to a minimum.
In terms of safety, these play tiles have also been tested to BS EN 1177 standards and have a critical fall height of one metre, which is why we don’t recommend their use if children will be playing at height.
They’re available in three colours – red, black and green – which means you have the option of whether to go for a vibrant or natural appearance as you can mix and match the tiles should you wish.
Made from 100% recycled rubber means they create a stable, low maintenance play surface that’s environmentally friendly and cost-effective.
If this is the product for you, make sure you take a look at our easy online ordering system and we’ll get everything posted out to you.
To see how our black rubber play tiles have been used by a customer read our blog; Rubber Play Tiles Used To Create A Golf All Weather Tee
What are rubber play tiles suitable for?
They are suitable for low level children's play equipment, as roof tiles, balcony flooring, gym flooring and more. Please contact us on live chat if you are unsure.
How many mats do I need to cover my area?
We have a calculator at the top of the page (tile calculator) which will give you an estimated quantity required for your project. Enter your area in metres (if you've measured in feet you can convert using a calculator) and it will give you the amount required.
Are the pegs included?
Yes, pegs are included to assist with installation but are not sold as interlocking mats.
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To help our customers pick the right product and learn more about how our products can be used, we have compiled blogs which can be read by clicking the button below.
Absolute Interiors Using Rubber Play Tiles To Create A Gym Flooring
This case study comes from Justin of Absolute Commercial Interiors in Woking. Justin got in touch with us after a gym had contacted him following a noise disturbance... read more ❯
Rubber Tiles Used To Pave An Entire Back Garden
This case study comes from John who was looking for a way to pave his entire back garden with a product that would act as a protective surface... read more ❯
Creating A Safe Play & Learning Area Using Rubber Play Tiles
This case study comes from Simon (Hands On Handyman) who was contacted by a nursery in his local area. The nursery were looking to create a safe and... read more ❯
Top 5 Childrens Play Areas & Climbing Frames And Where To Buy Them
Spring and Summer will soon be upon us and with that, perfect weather for your children to play out in the garden. But how do you keep them... read more ❯
Glynhir Golf Club All Weather Tees Made Using Rubber Play Tiles
A sequel to our first blog Rubber Play Tiles Used To Create A Golf All Weather Tee, after creating a number of successful tees Glynhir Golf Club decided to... read more ❯
Rubber Play Tiles Used Around A Built In Garden Trampoline
| The Project | The Work | Conclusion |
This case study comes from our customer Francesca who was looking for a suitable safety matting product to surround her... read more ❯
Rubber Play Tiles Used To Create A Golf All Weather Tee
Golf courses are usually far busier during the summer months, because a sport, good weather is needed to have the perfect round of golf. Wind and rain do... read more ❯