Our fully recycled rubber roof tiles are made from SBR rubber granulates which were created by recycling old rubber. Our tiles are the perfect product for use on roofs, balconies, terraces, patios and other areas that are requiring an attractive and hard standing rubber surface. To install the tiles, simply attach them to a waterproof substrate using a rubber adhesive. As well as being easy to install and attractive, our rubber tiles have anti-slip, thermal insulation and noise reducing properties that mean the tiles are great for almost any roofing project.
Although the tiles themselves are not porous and water cannot drain directly through them, the channels created between the installed and neighbouring tiles allow water to run off which means there will be no standing water on the tiles and any liquid can drain away easily.
Due to the typical manufacturing tolerances and the expansion and contraction of rubber under temperature fluctuations, we cannot guarantee that all holes will be aligned and some tiles may require additional bonding or drilling to create perfect alignment. These tiles are supplied with 8 pins per tile to assist with installation but are not sold as interlocking, therefore any tiles with alignment issues will not be deemed to be faulty.
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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