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Right so im moving house and it has a very large double garage which im turning into a gym.

I want rubber flooring but with no joins so has anybody got any ideas of any way i can achieve this?im not a fan of the interlocking flooring tiles as after afew months they look terrible.

 

Any ideas appreciated

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What about that studded rubber stuff? It comes in rolls I think? Your gonna have some kind of joints depending on how wide a roll is.

 

 

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Can you not get rubber paint?!

 

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What about the stuff they use for wet rooms. No joins, as far as I'm aware

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You could use a self levelling latex, which would probably be fairly chip resistant but not "spongy " as such .

 

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Stage flooring stuff is good and can be joined with a heat tool so you would never no its there

 

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