Interlocking rubber floor tiles are probably the easiest floor surface to install. Rubber flooring interlock tiles can be installed with or without flooring adhesive, and can usually be laid over most subfloors and existing floor types (so long as the surface is smooth and free from cracks). Rubber floor tiles and sheets are manufactured with either synthetic material (i.e. petroleum) or natural ingredients (i.e. latex). If you want to purchase flooring that's both easy-to-install and environmentally friendly, choose interlocking rubber flooring made with recycled or natural materials.
Rubber flooring interlock tiles make a great surface for garages, kids' playrooms and home gyms. You can install, and uninstall them quickly and easily. Not only is this a great option for homeowners who want rubber flooring but don't want to permanently install them, it also makes repairing rubber floors trouble-free.
Just like all other rubber floor types, interlocking rubber tiles are antimicrobial, hypoallergenic and slip resistant. They are also stain resistant, resilient and hold up well to foot traffic. An occasional sweeping and mopping with a manufacturer-recommended cleaning solution can help keep your rubber flooring interlock tiles as good as new. Don't overlook rubber flooring accessories (e.g. trims and transitions) as these can really help complete the look of your installation.
You can find all the information you need on interlocking rubber floor tiles and sheets in FindAnyFloor.com's comprehensive rubber flooring section.