Timestep Dance Floors
The ultimate multi-purpose floor ideally suited for all movement activity including tap, hip-hop, ballet, modern, character, ballroom, jazz and flamenco. Heavy-duty, portable and permanent flooring for stage, touring and studio. Can handle heavy scenery and props. Surface can be treated for differing degrees of non-slip.
At a Glance
- Heavy duty
- Tap floor and much more
- Ultimate studio floor
- Permanent or portable
Product can be installed directly on a floating wood subfloor, stage or hardwood surface—temporarily, semi-permanently, or permanently—using top tape, Double-Faced Tape, 4″ Installation Tape, adhesive, or ReUseIt.
The ideal subfloor for Timestep is Springstep lV, Stagestep’s floating wood subfloor. Installation on concrete (or other rock-hard slabs) will not reduce shock. Installation on carpet can result in the floor “wrinkling” when working on it. Consult with Stagestep™ for the best results.
Sweep daily to remove coarse dirt. Clean weekly, using ProClean, a neutral detergent/degreaser that does not leave a residue. Stagestep™ offers a choice of non-slip products and FloorCare systems. For surface protection, we offer FloorShield Finish.
Do not use alcohol, ammonia, acetone, bleach, or solvents to clean surface. Consult with Stagestep™ prior to using any product not recommended. Direct exposure to sunlight can cause reduced life expectancy due to UV radiation. Change in temperature and humidity can negatively affect installation and non-slip characteristics.
“We are very happy with our Stagestep™ floors at our historic studios in New York City, so when we built our new extension in Long Island City, there was no question whom we would call first. Stagestep™’s SpringFlex subfloor systems and roll-out Super Timestep vinyl flooring are high quality, durable, and a tremendous value. They handled everything from selecting the most appropriate floor for our needs to installation. Our instructors and students have been dancing on our new floors for two months now and they are thrilled.”
F. Lee Merwin
Director of Operations, Joffrey Ballet