5 Uses of Foam Puzzle Mats
Posted: December 2, 2009
If you have a flooring project, whether it’s a child’s room, weight room or recreation room for your home, consider jigsaw mats. These interlocking mats are perfect for playrooms, but offer many other options, as well.
- Children’s bedrooms and playrooms. If you have small children, they will love having jigsaw mats in their room, and when you purchase rubber puzzle mats with numbers and letters, your children will have a great time learning, while thinking they’re just having a great time. These mats are a great way to help kids learn shapes, numbers, letters, and how puzzles go together.
- Weight rooms or home gyms. Interlocking mats are perfect for home gyms and workout areas, for several reasons. First of all, because the mats come in small pieces, they can be moved as needed. Rearranging your workout area? No problem; your rubber matting can be rearranged to fit the new configuration. These foam mats also provide cushioning to protect the floor from your equipment and you from the floor, and they come in a variety of colors, including black, to fit your room décor.
- Family recreation rooms. If you have a family game room or just a room where everyone gets together and hangs out, rubber jigsaw mats can make the room a comfortable place to sit on the floor, build tents from sheets and furniture, and play.
- Garages. If you use your garage as a workshop, or work on your car a lot, you’ll appreciate having interlocking mats on the floor to cushion your steps, or your back as you slide under the car.
- Workshops. Whether your workshop is in the garage or your dining room, cushioning the floor with rubber matting will ease the pain in your feet, legs and back as you stand at your workbench. By installing interlocking mats in your workshop, you can make “work” more enjoyable, and more comfortable.
Clearly, jigsaw mats are not just for kids anymore, if they ever were. These puzzle mats can bring comfort and cushioning to the floor in any area in your home, whether it’s a family area or an area primarily used by the “grownups.” After all, why should the kids have all the fun?