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What are rubber tiles suitable for?


These mats are suitable for low level children’s play equipment, roof tiles, balcony flooring, gym flooring and more. Please contact us on live chat if you are unsure or need any advice on suitability.

How many mats do I need to cover my area?


We have added an area calculator which works out the area of a rectangular or square shape and the number of mats which will be required to cover that space.

If you have a complex shape or any other requirement, please get in touch with us on live chat.

Are these mats interlocking?


We supply these mats with plastic connecting pegs to help assist you in their installation. Due to manufacturing tolerances, we cannot guarantee the sucess of using these plastic interlocking pegs and we recommend that mats are bonded together and/or to the surface.

Our pre-cast rubber tiles are a fantastic, versatile product which can be used in a number of different environments. Commonly used as a rubber playground tile but can be used to create a soft and attractive surface for many other purposes. Also used as rubber flooring in gyms, care or nursing homes, creches, garages, balconies and roof terraces, the tiles can simply be laid and bonded to quickly create an area as large or as small as required.

Tiles are tested to provide protection from critical falls from a maximum height of 1 metre meaning that these rubber play tiles can be used with confidence around and below low-level play equipment such as trim trails.

When used as a balcony or terrace flooring, these rubber tiles can quickly be bonded to the substrate to create an attractive looking area which is soft underfoot without being bouncy, can be cleaned and maintained easily and has a long lifespan of around 20 years. Manufactured with drainage channels to the underside means that water can move around under the tiles and can work in conjunction with guttering or roof drains to help prevent standing water on flat roofs.

Applications & Uses

Rubber Playground Tiles

Probably the most commonly seen use of these rubber tiles is as playground flooring, due to their vibrant colours, safety credentials and ease of installation. Manufactured from a high-quality recycled rubber granulate and tested in accordance with EN1177, our rubber tiles can be laid quickly and even be retrofitted around existing play equipment.

As well as offering a critical fall height of up to 1 metre, the outdoor rubber play mats are hygenic and offer a slip-resistant surface to help reduce risk of slips, trips and falls around parks, playgrounds and play areas.

Rubber Roof Tiles

These precast rubber mats can also be useful on flat roofs, balconies and terraces as a durable flooring system. Made from a recycled rubber granulate, our flooring tiles are effective in a number of ways such as noise deadening (soundproofing), helps to improve thermal efficiency as they act as an insulator, have a long lifespan even at below-freezing temperatures and help to protect against slips and falls with its naturally soft texture.

Moulded with drainage channels to the underside, these rubber promenade tiles are suitable for use in conjunction with guttering and roof-drains to allow water to be removed from flat roofed areas.

Outdoor Rubber Matting

Our rubber mats can also be used around gardens to create a soft and neatly presented surface for areas such as patios. Offering a more eco-friendly, attractive and nice-to-walk-on alternative to concrete slabs or gravel, our outdoor rubber mats can quickly and easily be laid to create a fantastic looking area for the whole family to enjoy.

Waterproof, UV resistant and don’t become brittle, even in the harshest of conditions, these rubber patio mats will last a lifetime with very little maintenance. At the beginning and end of each season, mats can simply be cleaned with a brush and bucket of hand-hot soapy water.

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