Thermo-Treated Roll Floors
Pamper Your Feet
Indoors Model of Roll Floors
The main difference between the Indoors model ad the Outdoors model is that the Indoors model has an anti-slip wave surface. Wood is thermally-treated, which allows you to use it in high humidity areas like bathrooms, kitchens, basements, and any areas where you prefer to feel warm wooden planks instead of ceramic tiles or concrete. These Roll Floors are perfect for indoor pools, stepping out from hot tubs, showers, and saunas. Backing rubber stips are designed to not slip on any surfaces, especially on ceramic tiles, wooden floors, and cement. You may cut off Roll Floors to the desired sizes, or put mats together. As mats are not slippy, no any interlocking system is needed.
Advantaged of Roll Floors
Easy and Convenient: Roll Floors are easy and fast to unroll to cover almost any surface as a permanent, or temporary solution and easy to roll-in back for storage.
100% Green: Made from thermally-treated hardwoods for indoors and outdoors. No chemicals added.
Non-slip on any surface: Special profile of the backing rubber is durable and non-slicky.
Oiled with UV-protection
Non-sliding when put together, easy to cut to any length
25-year warranty against decay
Gallery of Indoors Thermo Roll Floors
Roll-In and Roll-Out Roll Floors
Specification and Packing
Each Roll Floor is: 1/2 in. x 32 in. x 42 in. - covers 9.5 SF
8 Wood Planks stapled together with EPDM rubber strip on the back with stainless steel staples
Each plank is: 7/16"x5"x32"
In the box: 1 Roll Floor, 1 fabric bag, 1 flyer
Size of the box: 32.5 in. x 6 in. x 6 in.
Weight of one box: 14 lbs.
Indoor Roll Floors don't need any maintenance.
The Roll Floors are made from thermo-treated wood, which is naturally protected against rot and decay for 25 years. Nevertheless, the original appearance of the product depends on timely maintenance and usage as directed.
- Sample of Roll Floor plank of 8 in. long with stapled rubber piece.
What's on the Market to Compare?
There are a lot of bathroom mats are on the market, but just a few manufacturers offer natural wood mats. Also, most of the mats are pretty slicky on ceramic floors and have smaller sizes (1.5 ft x 2 ft. is a typical size). So, these mats have very limited applications and prices on the level of $10/Sf (typically $40-60 for wooden mat of 3-4 Sq. Ft.)
Roll Floors Flyer