It depends. There are so many options and circumstances, the answers start with you. Questions to Consider When Calculating Dance Floor Cost Home or studio floor? Permanent or transportable? Own or rent? What types of dance? Will you be able to install yourself or with the help of a local handy person? Will you require
In the beginning, there was marley. Not exactly. Battleship linoleum and hardwood had been around for a long time, but marley was the first floor designed for dance. It was lightweight, reversible, flexible and portable. Linoleum was heavy, hard to move and rigid — plus, it cracked in cold weather and was difficult to install unless warmed. Wood stages were
One of the final decisions of buying a dance floor system is what color to choose for your floor surface. As it turns out, color is important for both stage and studio. There was a reason when the first reversible marley dance floor came out that it was black on one side and grey on
There are many factors to consider when determining the right size for your dance studio. First, how many dancers will be in a class? Second, how much traveling combinations are involved and at what distance? Third, what type of dance is being taught? Generally speaking, tap required relatively little space compared to ballet.
There are a number of elements and attributes that make for an excellent tap floor. Let’s call them the three “S”: sound, safety and sturdiness. Sound is the very essence of tap. Sound can be evaluated by volume of sound and quality of sound. Acoustics in the room also play a role in both volume