Safety pool floor – fit for outdoor swim!

Exterior rubber safety flooring by WARCO is just perfect for swimming pools surrounds. Safety swimming pool floor tiles

Safety outdoor rubber tiles are equipped with drainage channels so they are water-permeable and anti-slip on their entire surface. What is more, they dry quickly and isolate against heat, cold, and sound.

In the peak of summer, as the temperature rises outside, just imagine dipping into a pool where you can cool down and feel all the wonderful benefits that water has on our body and mind. In order to fully enjoy your relaxing and pampering holiday in a pool, apart from sheer fun, you should take into consideration also safety.

Outdoor rubber floor made by the German producer – WARCO, has been envisaged for the purpose of creating a safety surface for sports and leisure areas, so it makes a perfect solution for swimming pool surrounds. Exterior rubber tiles may be used for both public but also private use for those who have access to a pool in the comfort of their own home.
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Cushioning rubber matting for a home gym, fitness studio, exercise and weight room

Rubber safety tiles installed at gyms and weight rooms to insulate and protect joints.

We are more and more aware of how to train in a clever and healthy way – we use better shoes, safer equipment and do controlled workouts.

We know that running on hard concrete can harm our joints, whereas exercising in a stuffy basement on a cold floor or dirty carpet is just not healthy. Continue reading

Is rubber granulate floor expensive?

Rubber flooring, compared to other flooring materials, has competitive prices.

Let’s see if rubber granulate flooring pays off compared with traditional flooring for home and garden. What will save you money and where can you buy rubber floor tiles?

An average cost of 1 sq.m. of a terrace tile made of rubber granulate ranges from 20 to 50 £, depending on the tile thickness. Wood deck tiles cost from 15 to 100 £ while terrace boards are even more expensive. Continue reading

EPDM vs. tyre rubber granulate

What is the difference between two most common rubber types, used in the production of rubber floor tiles? Tyre rubber granulate (obtained from the recycling of car tyres), which provides good fall protection, is cheaper and easier to get, and most of rubber floor tiles on the market are manufactured from tyre rubber. EPDM rubber, on the other hand, is better-quality rubber which is more durable, and therefore used in demanding areas, where high quality is of a special importance (terraces, restaurants, stables). Continue reading

Pros and cons of rubber floor tiles

Rubber floor: discussing its advantages and disadvantages

It’s always good to make a pro-con list, especially when it comes to your hard-earned money being spent on a new flooring..

Some of the advantages of rubber floor tiles are visible at first sight: they are pleasant to walk on, attractive to look at and much easier to maintain than other floors. Our clients, who have installed and used rubber flooring, point to the fact that it is durable and any scratches or dents from e.g. high heels are not visible on rubber floor tiles. Rubber floor is weatherproof, which means that it can be used all year round – it is resistant to frost, changes of temperature and, in case of EPDM rubber, sunlight. Continue reading

Let’s get started.. what are rubber granulate floor tiles anyway?

Playground surface from rubber granulate tiles - durable, safe and attractive

Surely you’ve seen it dozens of times. Colourful rubber covering on a playground, maybe on a patio at a restaurant. We would like to introduce you to rubber granulate tiles – a fascinating and fast-developing product which at some point you will probably use!

Playground rubber tiles made of rubber granulate bonded with polyurethane have been in use for about 40 years. They were developed in Germany as industrial anti-slip and sound-absorbing flooring. As their exceptional durability was proved, rubber floor tiles have found numerous applications that are still growing and surely surprise us in the future! Continue reading