In order to create a room in the basement of approximately 15 m2, is it possible to install recycled rubber slabs that can be clipped? Is it fragile? Is it as durable as PVC slabs that can be clipped?
It is perfectly possible to place recycled rubber slabs in the basement, provided that the floor of this room is not subject to Moisture rise. Rubber being a waterproof material, it would not allow the evaporation of any rise of moisture or condensation. This remark is also valid for many floor coverings: PVC, carpet on foam support, parquet, laminate, with the latter two irreversible risk of deformation. Rubber slabs are not fragile, although this product, in the long run tends to become brittle. It is not especially fragile, but can be sensitive, if it is smooth, to the traces of friction.
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