Rubber Flooring FAQs
Learn about rubber paving and rubber flooring in the FAQ
Q: What is Eco Paving?
A: Granulated rubber combined with our specially formulated binder. The two components are mixed at a specific ratio to produce our paving, and can be poured onto virtually any surface.
Q: Where can rubber flooring be applied?
A: Eco Paving can be applied directly over asphalt, brick, concrete, roofing membrane, paving stones, tile, wood, and even over a crushed limestone or a gravel base.
Q: What are the most common application types for rubber paving?
A: Typically installed onto driveways, pool decks, patios, stairs, walkways, splash pads, playgrounds, daycare play areas, and many other commercial and residential areas.
Q: What is the curing or drying time from rubber paving?
A: Typically a installation will be ready for foot traffic within 24 hours.
Q: What is its durability of rubber flooring?
A: There is current rubber paving installations 30 years old. Rubber has an incredible resilience to harsh weather.
Q: Is maintenance required for rubber flooring or rubber driveways?
A: All Eco Paving surfaces are easily maintained, and will come with a spec sheet detailing how to care for the surface. It requires minimal sealing in comparison to concrete/asphalt.
Q: How large of an area can be covered in a day?
A: Our installation teams can cover approximately 2500 square feet in a day. Even higher numbers can be achieved with additional paving crews.
Q: Does the snow and Ice affect it the product?
A: Ice doesn’t build up on the surface, and shovelling snow is easy as a result. We recommend using a plastic shovel for snow removal.
Q: Is it rubber flooring and rubber driveways repairable?
A: Eco Paving is easily repairable, and can be patched with ease.
View the variety of ways that rubber flooring used to replace concrete, asphalt and cement