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Floor Underlayment, Rubber Underlayment, Cork Rolls Flooring

is available in cork, rubber and rubber-cork combined rolls. This type of flooring underlayments are offered from 1.2 to 13 mm thickness for all flooring types in commercial installations. Volume and contractor discounts apply.

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Rubber floor underlayment, Cork sound flooring underlayments

is available in cork, rubber and rubber-cork combined rolls. This type of flooring underlayments are offered from 1.2 to 13 mm thickness for all flooring types in commercial installations. Volume and contractor discounts apply.


Rubber and cork underlayment is available for commercial and residential sound reduction installations when sound rated flooring underlayment is required to reduce sound vibrations and sound movement between floors.

is designed to cushion the impact of repetitive motions on hard surfaces under modular tile sport floors.

Greatmats offers a complete line of rubber and cork underlayment in many thicknesses from 1.2 to 13 mm for all flooring types on top of many different substrate surfaces including concrete and wood with steel or wood construction. All rubber and cork sound underlayment material that we offer is sound tested with results acceptable to national standards.

Common floor underlayment roll lengths are 25, 50, 100 and 250 feet, but we also after select cork floor underlayment in 15, 20, 30, 75 and 85 foot rolls. We also offer 2x3 foot cork underlayment tiles in 13mm, 12mm, 9.5mm and 6mm thicknesses.

Greatmats also has a high quality selection of sprung and cushioned dance subfloor options.

Rubber and cork floor underlayment materials are made from recycled content and may qualify for LEED points. Rubber is the the most durable form of underlayment is it does not compress and can handle heavy structures, furniture and athletic equipment.

Cork flooring is both recyclable and sustainable. It's fire retardant, insect repellent and antimicrobial. The natural elasticity of cork contributions additional cushion and comfort. It is one of the best materials for both thermal and acoustic insulation and is impermeable to gas.

If you are installing your flooring underlayment in a basement or over in-floor heating, rubber underlayment would be a much better choice cork, due to its resilience to heat and moisture. Rubber rolls are also the subflooring of choice for athletic flooring installations due to its rugged nature. Combine it with any of our modular court flooring tiles for a simple and high performing DIY athletic basketball or volleyball court.

If neither cork or rubber strike your fancy, Greatmats also offers, foam, wood and elastic underlayment commonly used for dance floors and theatrical stages.

Foam underlayments are designed to offer additional cushion and are available in both tile and roll forms. Tiles are made of EVA foam while rolls are typically cross-linked polyethylene foam. The tiles are designed for portability and easy installation while the rolls are more often permanent underlayment options for areas such as martial arts, gymnastics, cheerleading or wrestling training areas where more fall protection is needed. For dance subflooring application the foam tiles are often combined with a modular plastic tile for support.

Wood subfloors are designed to offer spring and shock absorption. These are known as sprung floors.

Elastic underlayment is composed of non-absorbent and cushioning PVC and Polyester and is generally one of your thinnest options. Rolls are 63 inches wide and just over 98 feet long.

Installation is either dry lay or glue down methods and is generally accomplished by flooring professionals although many do offer DIY Options. While cork and rubber underlayments can commonly use either dry lay or glue down methods, foam, elastic and wood underlayments are generally dry lay only.

Shipping of rubber underlayment for commercial installations is via freight delivery.

The reasons for using a sound or thermal floor underlayment are endless, whether you are looking to reduce noise, vibration, impact, or cold transfer. It can even help even out imperfections in your existing floor before installing your finished surface. Underlayment can help reduce fatigue and shifting of harder surface flooring. Depending on the material used, it can reduce allergens, including mold or mildew. The proper underlayment can also prevent the need to remove or remodel existing flooring and can aid in the installation of more favorable new flooring material. Rubber pairs well with ceramic tile, laminate flooring, hardwood or engineered wood. Cork is commonly paired with ceramic, vinyl or rubber tiles as well as laminate, hardwood or carpeted flooring.

Foam tiles are a great subfloor accessory for modular polypropylene plastic raised based tiles or vinyl marley rolls. And foam rolls are most often placed under other foam flooring options.

For those who prefer to blend rubber and cork, there is a underlayment for you as well that blends them for you. This time of flooring aids in crack suppression as building settle overtime as well as offer the normal benefits of their individual materials including, thermal and sound insulation.

Sprung wooden dance subfloors are almost always topped with marley vinyl flooring of some kind. This system combines wavelock panels with closed cell foam and Medium Density Fiberboard to create an optimal dance subfloor.

If you have any questions or concerns about our floor underlayment options, we encourage you to call us and speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable customer service representatives. We offer live customer service during business hours to ensure you get the best possible service in a timely fashion. And if you've reached the point where you need to compare your options side-by-side, we can help you there as well. Simply request a sample.

And don't forget to check out our knowledge base to see how other customers have used our products, watch videos comparing products or showing them in use. We also have numerous blogs, how to instructions and options and ideas.

If you look closely at our product pages, you'll find frequently asked questions, product specifications, installation and cleaning instructions, warranty information and much more.

Once you've ordered your product and installed it, we'd love to hear how it has worked out for you so we can help others in similar situations as yourself. And you can even receive a coupon toward future purchases by submitting a review and photo of your installation.