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Cellar & Basement Flooring

If you have a cellar or basement, you should seriously consider protecting the area with rubber flooring. These are areas that are people love to use for a variety of different applications. Sometimes a basement is turned into a new bedroom or a personal home gym. Weekend sommeliers often turn their basement area into a wine cellar. Regardless of what you use your basement for, the existing basement flooring should be covered with rubber flooring so as to protect the area. Flooring in a basement is a necessity because of the conditions present in such areas. Cellar and basement areas are often cold and prone to the presence of moisture. Depending on what the cellar floor area is used for, they also endure the presence of heavy physical objects like furniture or workout equipment. A rubber basement floor covering can protect the area from unwanted and potentially expensive physical damage. There is no reason for not getting floor protectors because we offer many affordable options for basement flooring that are very easy to install. The rubber material of our basement flooring speaks for itself.

One of the most common reasons that people get rubber flooring in a basement is for its protection against moisture. Basements are often prone to varying degrees of moisture year-round. This is often a nuisance but can end up causing serious damage. Water can cause slippery conditions, stain existing floors, and perhaps most harmful of all, cause mold and mildew to develop. If the basement or cellar floor has rubber over it, the harm from moisture is largely negated. Firstly, the rubber materials of our basement flooring products are naturally resistant to moisture. Rubber can prohibit water from forming microbial byproducts such as mold and mildew. It is also a fairly slip-resistant material, meaning that your feet benefit from more traction while on a basement floor covering made of rubber no matter how wet it gets.

As an added benefit, rubber basement flooring can also help keep the area warm. Cellars and basements are often cold areas simply by the nature of their underground location. The existing concrete or wood floors of a basement do not insulate against cold temperatures. Rubber does an excellent job of insulation. Rubber flooring in a basement will help keep the area warmer, an important quality to have if you are turning your basement into a spare bedroom or home gym.

Speaking of bedrooms and gyms, our various different options for basement flooring happen to serve one particular function in such venues: physical durability. The one thing common to a man-cave, bedroom, or fitness center is the presence of heavy physical objects. These can be furniture, weights, and other items. Such objects are heavy and made of thick, abrasive materials like wood, metal, and plastic. Unprotected floors can easily be damaged by their presence. To prevent such costly damaged from occurring, use rubber basement flooring under them. Rubber can endure physical impacts thanks to its durability and elasticity. The perfect barrier between sensitive sub-surfaces and hard heavy objects, it will absorb physical impacts and spread them throughout its own surfaces. The protection offered by rubber basement floor covering is dependable, long lasting, and very easy to install.

People often shy away from installing new protective flooring because of a perception that it is hard and cumbersome to install. Nothing could be further from the truth. Our line of basement flooring is so easy to install that they each made excellent Do-It-Yourself projects. Within our options for basement flooring, people can choose from either rolled rubber flooring or interlocking tile flooring. The benefit of rolled rubber basement flooring is that you can get them cut to custom lengths of your specification. They are easily put in place with either adhesive glue or double-sided tape. Alternatively, we offer interlocking tile options that are even easier to install! Some of them come with interlocking pins, while others feature puzzle-like edges. Both types of interlocking basement flooring are meant to facilitate a fast and easy installation process. Our DIY flooring options are meant to save you both time and money!

Regardless of which of the different options for basement flooring you choose, your basement and cellar floor areas will benefit from all of their protective qualities of their rubber material. The rubber basement floor covering will guard the sensitive areas against the harms of moisture and heavy physical objects while also serving to insulate. A warm and dry basement is much more comfortable than a cold and wet basement. If you need to install new flooring in a basement, then look no further than rubber. It is among the best basement flooring options available today!