One thing we learned during the stay at home order that faced the country is that working out at home is a possibility. It is extremely convenient to be able to work out whenever you need to, without leaving the house. Not to mention saving on the monthly gym fee that always seem to add up. Adding a home gym can even raise your home value. If you are considering adding a home gym you might need to switch flooring for better results. Here are some tips to consider when adding home gym floors.
It may be a surprise to you that there may be several possibilities where you can create your workout zone inside your home. You can remodel a basement to offer more space and a quiet place, or even a finished attic area. Take the time to clear out the garage and use the extra space to place your equipment on your new home gym floor. When finding the space take in account the temperature of the room or if there is area for a fan to help keep you cool. Also take into consideration that different flooring may be needed.
Depending on the activity your gym sees will guide you towards the best type of home gym flooring. For workouts that include heavy equipment and hard workouts, you should consider a durable flooring that can absorb shock and is easy to clean is key. Rubber and vinyl flooring can be great options for your home gym floor. Vinyl floors can mimic a sleek studio vibe resembling hardwood flooring. For higher traffic you can consider a flooring with higher wear layers.
Are you ready to take your next step in adding your home gym but don’t know what home gym floor is right for you? Reach out today and let us help you make it your dream.