The Deko flooring surface is a practical rubber option for fitness usage. Its system of interlocking tiles and no need for adhesive means that it’s quick and efficient to install. This is a no-nonsense alternative to other rubber floors that’s also economical too.
Flooring in fitness environments needs to withstand a variety of challenges; sweat, spilt water bottles, and muddy footprints can all take their toll on a surface. It’s therefore important to choose a floor that’s easy to clean and maintain over the long-term.
Deko rubber flooring is constructed using a top layer of polyurethane that’s fusion bonded. This seals the floor completely to create a surface that’s easy to clean, and resistant to both mildew and mold. Water naturally runs off the surface so there’s no need for waxes or sealer maintenance.
DEKO FEATURES & BENEFITS
EASY TO CLEAN & MAINTAIN
This flooring is polyurethane sealed which makes it quick and easy to clean – just a quick damp mop with mild detergent and warm water does the job! Deko wears extremely well and is fade resistant, so there’s no need for waxing, stripping, or refinishing (which saves time and money).
DESIGNED WITH FITNESS IN MIND
Being durable and resilient means this flooring can withstand the demands of fitness usage. It’s also shock absorbent which helps members to avoid joint injury, whilst absorbing sound from pounding treadmills and dropped free weights. The lighter highlights in the product even match most gym equipment!
The interlocking system enables you to easily move or replace tiles as needed. This flexibility also allows you to adapt Deko into different configurations, as well as install it on top of existing floor surfaces. Plus, the innovative manufacturing process means there’s no smell of recycled rubber.
Using Deko can contributes to Green Building certification for LEED® and since it’s manufactured in North America and its carbon footprint can be smaller than imported products. Because it doesn’t require toxic adhesive, installation is quick and easy without impacting your indoor air quality.