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the tyred flooring company

The Tyred Flooring Company provides innovative colourful rubber floor products manufactured from recycled rubber car tyres.


The Tyred Flooring Company prides itself on its key knowledge of the flooring industry. We are flooring specialists with over 60 years of industry knowledge.


The Tyred Flooring Company confidently works with architects and designers to achieve specifications that satisfy the LEED BREEAM and SKA criteria, hopefully doing our bit for the environment too.

We offer premium quality recycled rubber flooring, exterior tiles and custom products . Products that have minimal environmental impact. Up to 90 per cent of product consists of recycled, post-consumer tyre rubber.

The Tyred Flooring Company chooses recycled used rubber rather than manufactured new material, using recycled tyres also keeps them out of landfill and saves the natural resources that would otherwise be consumed to produce new raw materials. The Green Specification Guide states that ‘from an environmental standpoint, post -consumer is preferable to pre-consumer recycled content because post-consumer recycled materials are more likely to be diverted from landfills. Rubber Flooring made from recycled automobile tyres is a good example.’ In addition ‘products with exceptional durability or low maintenance requirements are environmentally attractive as they need to be replaced less frequently and their maintenance has very low impact’. The Tyred Flooring Company Recycled Rubber Flooring is virtually maintenance free. The Tyred Flooring Company can help you qualify for credits in the following LEED criteria – Sustainable sites, Materials and Resource, Indoor Air Quality, Innovation and Design. Please see our Guide

The Tyred Flooring Company products are manufactured to perform in almost any location or application. Perhaps most traditionally seen in gyms and fitness areas, the colours and thicknesses mean that the range can be used for various applications. The inherent qualities of recycled rubber lend themselves to high traffic areas and areas where a higher level of underfoot comfort and acoustics is required. Manufactured from post-consumer waste, or simply used car tyres, in the form of rubber crumb, the flooring has a natural random appearance, representative of the organic properties within the product. It is important to keep in mind that this product is constructed from a product that has come to the natural end of its life, and through innovation and research has been recreated to produce one of the most environmentally friendly flooring products on the market today. Rubber flooring comes in all manner of options but our recycled rubber flooring is premium quality recycled rubber flooring that lasts.
The Resilient Floor Covering Institute, in collaboration with Scientific Certification Systems, developed FloorScore to test and certify hard surface flooring products for compliance with precise indoor air quality emissions requirements. Individual volatile organic compounds are evaluated using health-based specifications. Products bearing the FloorScore label meet their indoor air emissions criteria.