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Rubber Flooring is lessening the impact on the environment, by reducing the number of rubber tyres that are going into landfill and producing a more economically responsible rubber flooring solution, either using rubber sheet rubber flooring or rubber tiles. Using state-of-the-art rubber flooring manufacturing equipment, our rubber manufacturer uses stripped rubber from old tyres ( up-cycling rubber tyres from Australia & New Zealand )to create new an up-cycled commercial rubber flooring product.

Commercial Rubber flooring is manufactured in Australia with very quick lead times to help for your next commercial rubber project, we can have product available within 2-3 weeks, or stock in New Zealand.

Custom coloured rubber flooring is also easily achieved to help fit into any commercial environment and enabling you to work with corporate or brand standards, please contact us to request a free custom rubber flooring trial sample.

Our Rubber Manufacturer converts over 7500 tonnes of recycled tyre rubber into various innovative rubber flooring products per annum. They hold thousands of tonnes of raw rubber materials and finished flooring rubber rolls and rubber gym tiles ready for immediate manufacture and dispatch. Manufactured to the highest standards our rubber floors also come with 3rd party accreditation for environmentally sustainable green build projects.

Acoustic rubber underlays are also proving to be extremely  in demand with the acoustic requirements of the apartment market and hi density housing, we can produce acoustic flooring underlays to your exact specifications and thickness.

For more information on Rubber sheet flooring, Rubber gym tiles, custom coloured rubber floors, acoustic underlay and rubber anti- fatigue matting please visit the link below or contact us directly on  +64 3 349 2140 or in NZ 0800 377 753 for a free consultation

http://irvineflooring.co.nz/our-range/rubber-flooring/jazz-rubber.html

 

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