Rubber Floorings – Sale is On

Rubber is a very desirable flooring choice for commercial settings with significant traffic because of its many inherent benefits. Additionally, rubber flooring is currently used in both inside and exterior household applications and comes in a huge variety of colors, patterns, and textures. Tile products are particularly suitable for do-it-yourselfers because they generally come in 12-inch, 24-inch, and 36-inch squares. But these benefits are offset by a number of disadvantages that you need to be aware of before deciding on your flooring. 

Rubber tile flooring definitely fills a niche in the flooring industry. Compared to other prominent flooring materials, there are significantly fewer manufacturers and dealers, which results in fewer possibilities. Additionally, rubber flooring has fewer uses in a normal home. Although most rubber flooring is fine for activity areas, it doesn’t have the correct appearance or feel for homes. It’s also important to note that rubber flooring has a distinct odor that some homeowners find unpleasant, even though it ultimately fades away. Products made of natural rubber have a stronger odor than those made of synthetic rubber.

Maintenance of rubber floorings

Rubber flooring requires very little maintenance. Typically, all that is needed to clean rubber flooring is a damp mop. If you use a cleaning agent, make sure it is safe for your flooring by checking with the manufacturer first. Some varieties can be burnished with a liquid wax to increase their resistance to stains and damage, but wax must be removed and reapplied on a regular basis, adding to the material’s maintenance requirements.


One of the simplest floor coverings to install is rubber tile. While some tile products employ edge pin systems to hold the tiles together, others use interlocking edges. With a sharp knife, cutting tiles is simple. There are also adhesive rubber tile options available, but as installation of them is more difficult, DIYers are less likely to use them.

Rubber flooring

The majority of rubber flooring has excellent resistance to moisture damage on both the upper and bottom portions of the product. However, you might need to include a vapor barrier if you’re placing it below grade, as in a basement, to stop dampness from seeping up from below. Some rubber floor tiles are additionally properly prepared so they can be used in damp situations.

Rubber flooring


Upkeep of rubber floorings 

Although rubber floor tiles themselves may be water-resistant, the applied flooring is full of seams that might allow water to penetrate to the substrate below. Any kind of durable flooring tile is susceptible to moisture penetration, and it is simply impossible to seal them well. As a result, it’s not a good choice for extremely moist locations like restrooms with showers or bathtubs, or at the very least the area right around the shower or bathtub. The preferable option for rubber pavement in these locations is sheet goods.

Why choose us?

Abu Dhabi Floorings’ motto is “Our customers deserve the best,” thus we seek excellence in everything we do. Whether it’s product development, customer support, or on-time delivery, each of these efforts results in a product that has endured the tests of time and competition for our clients. With a customer that includes schools, kitchens, hotel chains, and all types of gyms, we have a broad repertory thanks to the variety of designs, colors, and styles we offer for Rubber. We uphold the stringent standards for quality that we set for ourselves and the item rating organizations, which helps us build a business with solid values.