A marley dance floor, which is a vinyl, roll-out flooring, is an effective material for home studios, schools and most dance settings. Offering both durability and versatility, a well-kept vinyl floor can last up to 15 years with the proper maintenance. When you want to maximize your flooring for safety, performance and longevity, you need
Deduction or Depreciation??? Probably the single biggest expense you have, or will make, when opening your dance facility is your flooring system. Some take the tax deduction (expense) in the year purchased. Others depreciate it over a number of years (usually 10 years – the expected life of a flooring system). Note: With
Dancestep Plus A new rollout dance ﬂoor for installation directly over a concrete or hard ﬂooring surface. No ﬂoating wood subﬂoor required. Dancestep Plus features a dual density foam backed layer that provides superior energy absorption, and material foot support. Energy absorption or force reduction is an important factor in protecting the body and lessening
It seems the term “marley” floor is used today to describe just about any roll-out vinyl floor that is used for dance. It turns out to not be a very helpful identifier that could possibly mean any number of very different dance floors used for a variety of different purposes. So why is “it” called a marley?