The seams don’t match and the floor is wavy. What Happened and how can I fix it? Can I fix it? The frustrations of rolling out your marley floor and looking out on a sea of turbulence that is dangerous upon which to dance is preventable and in some cases fixable. So all is not
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 light weight, reversible, flexible and portable. Linoleum was heavy and hard to move, rigid, cracked in cold weather and was difficult to install unless warmed.
You can make your costumes, save a bundle, spend a lot of time, but if you used flammable materials you could be in serious trouble. Lease a studio with lead paint and asbestos and then you find out you are sitting on a toxic dump. You might as well punch your ticket. Ever think about
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
Vinyl and cloth top tape have been used for the temporary installation of marley floor for decades. It is fast, effective, inexpensive and it works….except for the sticky adhesive residue that remains after you pull up the tape to move the floor or re-tape the seams. Do nothing but re-tape the seams and you are