How to Install Interlocking Flooring with DIY to the Rescue
Updated: Santa Ana, Calif., June 7, 2011
Have you ever started a home improvement project that you couldn’t seem to finish? Have you ever tried to tackle a large home repair only to realize you may have bitten off more than you could chew? Have you ever tried to install rubber tile floors without proper instructions? “DIY to the Rescue” is the answer to your prayers. The DIY Network show helps beleaguered homeowners complete the unfinished jobs that have been plaguing their lives. Hosts Amy Devers and Karl Champley show homeowners how to complete those pesky tasks and how to do it right. “DIY to the Rescue” jumps in to save the day and helps frustrated families can get back to living a regular life. In this case rubber tile floors are installed quickly and without the need for adhesives!
The DIY Network or “Do-it-yourself” Network provides viewers with various programs to help them around their own homes like, “DIY to the Rescue.” For that reason, it should come as no surprise that the DIY Network and Rubber-Cal rubber flooring have a good working relationship. When the network or one of its several home-repair shows needs affordable and user-friendly rubber tile floors, they seek out the Rubber-Cal for help.
DIY network is a channel owned by Scripps Networks Interactive that focuses on do it yourself projects at home. Television stations air local versions with local hosts with segments produced by the network. The cable network reaches 50 million households in the US. The two firms are a great fit since Rubber-Cal specializes in offering Do It yourself rubber flooring and rubber flooring tiles. This is the 5th DIY network show Rubber-Cal products have made an appearance in.
In this video, the homeowners find themselves dealing with an uneven, splinter-filled bare wood floor in their art studio. With a small child running around, the DIY crew had to act fast. By using Rubber-Cal’s interlocking rubber flooring tiles the homeowners had one of the safest and easiest to install rubber flooring options available. Specially designed plastic locking pins allow the rubber tiles to fit together with little or no effort. In addition the rubber flooring tiles are pliable enough to easily form to the uneven sub-surface below. This feature greatly reduces the chances or stumbling and will help to alleviate any painful pressure on the back. The recycled rubber tiles are slip-resistant and cushioned enough to save the homeowners’ active son from a few skinned knees and painful splinters.
Rubber-Cal is excited to play a valuable role in many of the DIY Network’s informative programming. However, there is an added level of satisfaction from helping the families in “DIY to the Rescue.”