ProCourt Gym Flooring Tile
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- Made in the USA
- Commercial quality vinyl top surface
- 20 mil, (0.5 mm), thick wear layer
- Scuff and stain resistant
- Modular snap together tile
- Install with rubber underlayment
- Easy and fast installation
- Raised flooring surface
Court Flooring Tile, Gym Flooring, Portable Court Floors, Basketball Gym Floor Tile
Pro quality modular gym flooring court tile that is easy to install on any hard flat surface.
This modular basketball and court flooring solution is an excellent choice for recreation centers, church gyms, YMCA's and private schools or youth center gym flooring areas. The commercial grade vinyl material features a 20 mil (0.508 mm) wear layer that is designed for over a decade of use in commercial gym flooring installations.
The base tile is made of no break polypropylene plastic material that is designed for repeated installations with no tile degradation.
Install this product on top of a 3 mm rubber underlayment material to increase quiet and comfort.
Ships via freight delivery shrink wrapped on pallets.
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SPECIFICATIONS⌃ Back to top
|SF per Item||1.01|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||26|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Surface Finish||Smooth surface|
|Surface Design||Wood grain|
|Installation Method||Dry lay, interlocking|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year limited|
VIDEOS⌃ Back to top
do the floors come apart easily for portability to different sites?
Will these work on carpet in a playroom?
What is used to clean and keep grip on the floor
The video indicates that the warranty is 7 years for Pro Court but description says 5 years. Which is accurate? Can this be used as a smooth surface under office chairs with adequate support for stationary chairs and moving chairs with a weight tolerance of 325 lbs.
Can these be installed on top of carpet and do you need the rubber underlayment when installing on carpet?