Flooring for Dance
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Dance Studio Flooring Options for High Comfort, Safety & Performance
There are many considerations to take into account when choosing flooring for a dance studio or performance space. From selecting the best material and system to ensuring it works with the type of space you have and the dance style you perform.
We provide a quality range of sprung dance flooring from area elastic hardwood floor options to point elastic vinyl dance floor systems. Each type has a number of benefits and it is really down to personal preference, the type of venue and overall budget to determine what is the most suitable.
Sprung Vinyl Flooring for Dance
We supply point elastic options in 2 thicknesses of vinyl in various colours and oak effect finish adding a contemporary and professional aesthetic to your dance studio interior. With excellent traction, high durability and top performance, our vinyl dance flooring is comfortable to the underfoot with a slip resistant surface.
- Easy Installation
- Colour Options
Sprung Hardwood Floor Studio
The most popular option for dance floors, Boen's area elastic hardwood flooring is constructed from engineered Oak and is a market leader in dance and sports flooring. Boen's Actiflex system is widely installed across the UK and Europe for multi functional dance disciplines supporting various dance styles and levels. With a long life-span and minimal maintenance, a Boen studio flooring system has slip resistance, safety and performance at the forefront. With its wide versatility, dance teachers and professionals opt for this dance studio flooring for its multi use qualities and beautiful appearance. Available in Oak, Maple and Ash finishes.
- Quick & Easy Installation
- Wood Finish Options
- Ballroom Dancing
- Ballet Floors
- Street Dance
- Modern, Tap, Hip Hop, Jazz
- Dance Studios
- Dance Schools
- Community Centres
- Schools & Sports Centres
Find out more by reading:-
A Buying Guide to Dance Flooring
Sprung Flooring - What is it and when is the best time to use it?
A Guide to choosing the best Dance Flooring