Rubber Pavers Shapes


About Rubber Pavers

Rubber pavers are manufactured from old recycled tire rubber. Utilizing recycled tires is a constructive way of using rubber pavers which can be used in the paving of certain commercial and residential applications such as:

  • Walkways
  • Gymnasiums
  • Schools
  • Corridors
  • Offices
  • Supermarkets
  • Nursing homes
  • Horse barns
  • Banks
Rubber Pavers Shapes
Advantages of Using Rubber Pavers

Used in predominantly outdoor areas, Rubber pavers are ideal because they outperform the majority of other safety flooring materials. Some of the most important characteristics of rubber pavers include:

  • Their ability to be unaffected by ice, water, and extreme temperatures
  • Their ability to withstand wear and tear
  • Their durability
  • Their ability to provide outstanding safety because of their unique slip resistance.
  • Their availability in a variety of shapes, patterns, sizes and colors.
Used Indoors
Not only do rubber pavers create safe flooring for gymnasiums, school playgrounds and horse bans, but also help quite considerably in noise reduction. A soft and flexible rubber paved floor does not exert any foot traffic noise because it acts as an absorbent.

Rubber Pavers Shapes

Dog Bone Shape

Rubber pavers can meet various different demands of consumers because of their availability in a range of various sizes, shapes and colors. Color ranges include Black, terra cotta, gray, green and blue. More importantly, Rubber paver shapes have allowed the formation of various paving patterns such as interlocking ‘Dog bone’ or the ‘Z-brick pattern’.

The dog bone paver is the most common type of interlocking rubber pavers. It is thin and is approximately ¾’’ thick. The dog bone paver is said to produce a most effective end result when it is installed with an adhesive. Alternatively, square and rectangular shaped pavers are not interlocked. They have mainly been adapted to staircases in order to create an attractive look.
Dog Bone

Traditionally, most rubber paver shapes are square or rectangular. .Rubber pavers are also available in hexagonal and grid-tiled shapes. It is also quite common to combine two different shaped rubber pavers into an interlocking pattern often known as cobble-lock.