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Aveer Sports Flooring

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6x STRONGER Than Traditional Rubber Flooring Tiles

Design Feature Summary

  • Ideal for high-impact, high-abuse areas
  • Shock and sound dampening properties
  • Resilient underfoot
  • Non-porous and easy to maintain
  • Virtually seamless appearance
  • Textured, high-gloss and slip-resistant finish
  • Can be reconfigured or relocated
  • Channel wire and cables under the floor

Aveer Sports Flooring combines aesthetics, durability, resilience and functionality into the ultimate athletic surfacing system!


There is no denying, Aveer Sports Flooring is pleasing to the eye. The high-gloss finish is complimented with a unique texture that scatters light, hides dirt, and provides a completely new look in athletic flooring. The zero radius seamline provides a virtually seamless looking floor.


Our engineered under-layer is where the real performance is unleashed. Aveer has been uniquely designed with over 1000 pyramid-shaped, stabilizing pedestals which act interdependently to precisely balance impact load. This design feature provides key benefits that all performance floors aspire to, including impact resistance, sound and vibration dampening properties, and unrivaled resilience to protect the athletes that train on it.


Aveer is not only sleek, it has a serious mean streak. Made with proprietary rubber compounds that are vulcanized, Aveer is up to 6 times stronger than traditional rubber flooring tiles. In fact, Aveer can literally take anything you can throw at it. Drop free weights directly onto the floor with no scuffng, denting or cracking.


Aveer Sport has been designed with a unique connecting system that allows the floor to be removed and reconfigured as needed. The ultra-durable top surface is completely nonpourous translating into a floor that is extremely easy to maintain. No more expensive cleaning agents and specialized equipment.

FAQ's about Aveer Sports Flooring

What is Aveer made from?

Most rubberized playground surfaces are made with small particles of rubber crumbs which are bound together using a polyurethane binder. Aveer is unique in that it is molded from a single solid sheet of rubber much like the construction process involved in manufacturing a car tire

Why should I consider using Aveer?

The advantages of using a playground tile made from a solid sheet of vulcanized rubber include
significant increases in strength, density and resistance to wear and tear.

The vulcanization process allows for unique engineering advantages that provide far superior safety ratings compared to traditional molded tiles. In fact Aveer provides HIC ratings f 300 at 8 feet and complies with ASTM F1292 for fall up to 12 feet.

Aveers locking system provide advantages in installation and vandal resistance that are not available in most tile systems.

Aveer is the only tile product available in 100% solid color.

How much maintenance does the Aveer system require?

Aveer is made with a solid rubber construction, has an interlocking mechanism that prevents tile
separation, and is engineered for lasting compliance with safety standards. For these reasons Aveer is virtually maintenance free

How does pricing compare to other tile systems?

Aveer pricing is generally competitive with other tile systems however, the Aveer system is particularly competitive on projects requiring high percentages of color and/or fall height requirements of 8 feet and above.

Can Aveer be self installed?

In order to ensure the highest quality final product, Aveer is typically installed using installation crews
who have undergone specialized training.

Can Aveer be installed over compacted aggregate?

Concrete and asphalt are the preferred sub-surfaces for the installation of Aveer.

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