If you are responsible for a dance, theatrical, performing arts, sports or aerobic surface, you will need to develop a floor maintenance program. The problem is figuring out what maintenance program is right for you and your floor. For every flooring system, there are a number of factors that impact cleaning frequency, equipment and supplies
Most of us have come to the realization that no matter how new and high tech our car may be, we have to bring it in for scheduled maintenance from time to time. We know that if we don’t, sooner or later we are going to have problems. Wear and tear will take its toll.
Things happen big time to specialty flooring used in sports, fitness, and the performing arts. You want your floors safe, your clients, customers, and students sound, and your investment secure. You need to create a floor maintenance schedule. Number one on the agenda is keeping your floor surface clean on a consistent basis. All floors get dirty.
Protecting your dance studio floor from the elements Floor surfaces are inert. It is true that softer surfaces can be damaged more quickly and more extensively than harder surfaces. Certain colors and patterns can either show or hide scuff marks. And, there are floor surfaces and finishes that resist staining better than others. But in
The number one cause of floor surface problems is environmental. Issues regarding quality of the air, temperature, humidity, and static electricity are usually not considered at first. If you can contain and control the environment, you will eliminate some problems altogether and reduce maintenance by as much as a half. Humidity and temperature are two