PRO OR DIY?
While rubber may appear to be one of the easiest floors to install, certain factors must be addressed before and during the installation process. Some of these steps include prepping the subfloor, acclimating the rubber, and properly testing the adhesive prior to use. Use FindAnyFloor.com™ to learn more about rubber flooring so you can better determine whether you want to hire a pro or do–it–yourself (DIY)!
Flooring is an important facet of any living space and should therefore be installed correctly the first time. An oversight or mistake made during the installation process could result in damage that can be very inconvenient to repair. With a professional installer by your side, you can rest easy knowing that they're installing your floors correctly. Plus, manufacturers will more likely honor your warranty if installed by a professional!
Our Find It Locally search tool can help you locate a flooring installer in your local area. It's simple – all you have to do is type in your zip code! Within seconds you'll be directed to a list of certified professionals who can help you with your rubber floor installation. This search engine can be found at the top of every page of this website.
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Want to install your rubber floors yourself? Rubber flooring is available in interlock and loose lay installations that can be installed without adhesive (glue). To get you started, we have a Flooring Estimator Tool that can help determine how much flooring material you'll need. Want to know more? Read our DIY Rubber Flooring Installation Guide, for step–by–step instructions. The information provided in this guide is contributed by flooring installation professionals who know more than a thing or two about rubber floors! For onsite convenience, this guide is available in printer–friendly format so you can always have it on hand.
How do they make rubber flooring? Learn more in our making rubber flooring section.