Working out at home is convenient and saves time if someone is lucky enough to have the space in which to set up a home gym. Whether it’s in an extra room of a Hilton Head, South Carolina, home or a basement in Buford, Georgia, laying the space out is the fun part. The experts at Premier Fitness Source can help guide anyone with their home gym layout, and one of the first decisions to make is what home gym flooring would be best suitable for one’s needs. What works for the rest of the house won’t necessarily work in the gym, because cushioned flooring like rubber fitness flooring or interlocking carpet tiles is best to absorb impact so as not to stress one’s joints during a workout; additionally, some flooring can help alleviate noise and vibration. The durability of the floor is important, too, since one doesn’t want something that might splinter or break if weights are dropped on it. A hard floor, such as a synthetic wood grain surface, is best for heavy machines like those with cable-pulley systems to create stability and keep them evenly balanced. PFS’ main suppliers of flooring are Ecore Flooring and Humane Manufacturing, experts in gym surface options. From Atlanta, Georgia, to Savannah, Georgia, each location of this fitness equipment store has everything necessary to help fitness enthusiasts create an effective and safe home gym.