Educational institutions have priorities that may be a little different from commercial facilities and touring productions, especially when it comes to their needs when selecting a dance flooring or installing a dance floor system. Schools may need a floor surface for a stage or studio space that can be either permanent or portable.
There is an abundant amount of information available primarily online regarding dance floors and dance floor systems. Some of that information is misleading, untrue and downright dangerous. This is a cautionary tale of what not to do and what to avoid even though it may seem to be a money saving idea. You can’t afford
A proper dance floor system used to be an expensive and complicated project. No more. We are talking about a real professional floating wood sub-floor and marley floor surface with a taping or adhesive system, for as little as $3.50–$4.00 per square foot. Do it yourself does involve time and effort for which you
In the beginning, all we had were wood dance floors, and if we were lucky, a basket-weave floating subfloor underneath. Linoleum was used for a time but it was heavy and very weather sensitive. It would shatter like glass in cold weather. The majority of dance studios had VCT tile sitting directly on concrete.
Introducing Super Bravo Pro Floor reversible flooring with 33% more wear thickness (Philadelphia, PA) STAGESTEP™ introduces Super Bravo Pro Floor, a reversible, lightweight, portable marley flooring, perfect for stage, studio, and competition. Super Bravo Pro floor’s fiberglass lining improves stability and offers better lie-flat on subfloor. Superior work surface for jazz, modern, ballet