Rubber sports flooring is suitable for a wide range of applications. It is most widely used in gyms for its impact resistance and shock absorption. Rubber is the most resilient surface on the market and a top choice where performance matters.

TVS Sports Surfaces is a leading supplier of high performance rubber sports flooring. We have partnerships with leading brands like SPORTEC, enabling us to provide the best quality rubber flooring for every intended use case. Whether you need rubber flooring for a free weight area of your gym, or a rubber surface for a gymnasium or dojo, we can deliver. Our competitive prices and experience with a wide range of rubber surfaces makes us the best choice.

We can provide rubber tiles, interlocking tiles, rubber matting and temporary rubber surfaces, such as sled lanes that can be rolled out. The only limit is your imagination, and we offer a complete design surface for every project. Alternatively, we are happy to build your rubber sports floor to your specification. The quality of your rubber sports flooring is important for safety and durability. Not all rubber surfaces are created equal. The key difference between different rubbers is density. Rubber flooring has to be able to absorb impacts and shock. EPDM rubber is the preferred choice as it has high inherent damping and deflection capacity.

These qualities make EPDM rubber flooring the number one choice in gyms. This material absorbs impacts and shock from dropped weights and functional fitness activities. Key to this is thickness. In free weight areas, you need to use 30mm or 40mm thick rubber tiles and a cushioning mid-layer for the rubber to compress into. If in doubt, contact us for advice. We can recommend the right rubber flooring for your gym to protect your floor and the people who use it.

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  • Rubber tiles and rubber rolls
  • Rubber flooring for gyms
  • EPDM rubber (fully recyclable)
  • Low maintenance sports surfaces
  • Design and installation available
  • Removal and recycling of old surface


We fit dozens of rubber sports floors surfaces every year. We know what works and always follow best practice. We can advise and recommend on thickness, underlay and also build a subfloor using screw-fixed plywood.

We supply rubber sports flooring mainly to gyms and sports centres. We have also seen demand increase in boxing gyms and dojos. You can use rubber flooring to protect concrete and floorboard subfloors. You can also use it to brand your gym, with numerous colours and finishes available to match a theme or brand.

Rubber flooring and particularly EPDM rubber flooring is considered a multipurpose surface because it’s durable enough for functional fitness and grippy enough for running, HIIT, pilates, yoga and general fitness classes. We supply the best quality rubber flooring and will remove your old floor and recycle it responsibly.

If you would like a free quote, simply get in touch. We are completely operational during the COVID-19 pandemic and we look forward to working with you. 

Design And Installation

The service we provide includes design, supply, installation and recycling. We will upgrade your floor and leave you with nothing else to do but use it. We also provide free aftercare to take care of any niggles you might experience.

Our customers appreciate our honesty and knowledge. If you want the best rubber sports flooring, we can recommend the right floor for your use case. Our relationship with leading brands ensures we have access to the best products.

If you have an existing floor in place, we may be able to use this without building a subfloor, which will keep your costs down. We can advise if this is the case on inspection.

What Type Of Rubber Sports Flooring Is Best?

For free weight zones, the best rubber sports flooring is rubber tiles. These should be 30mm or 40mm thick. 80mm thick impact protection slabs should be used in deadlift zones, so that the subfloor has adequate protection from extreme use.

For general activity and fitness zones, we recommend rubber rolls. Rubber rolls are up to 15mm thick and are ideal for yoga, HIIT and pilates zones. Rolls are useful for covering large areas. They provide good protection and safety.

The best thing about rubber sports flooring is it is hygienic, easy to clean and very low maintenance. In the case of rubber floor tiles, damage is also easy to correct since you only need to replace one tile. Rubber sports flooring is anti-slip and abrasion resistant, allowing a wide range of fitness activities to take place.

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Case Studies

TVS Sports Surfaces has a proud history of supplying market leading products and has gained a wealth of experience by supporting projects at University of Kent, Newcastle Academy, Broughton High School, Hilbre High School, Bryanston School and many others.

In addition to some of the UK’S biggest gym brands, we also work with businesses, sports centres and hotels. The service we provide is all-inclusive, with design, installation, recycling and aftercare included.

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How to Choose The Best Indoor Sports Flooring

The indoor sports flooring we offer is designed to be tough and durable, so it can withstand heavy use without wearing down or tearing. Plus, it offers an anti-slip surface for improved safety in wet conditions. So whether you need something for your school or gymnasium, our floors are the perfect choice.
We know how important safety is when it comes to sporting facilities – which is why we make sure all of our products meet rigorous standards before they go on sale. Our surfaces are tested by independent laboratories and certified as safe for use in schools and gyms across Europe.
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