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Get a for home and professional dance studios. Greatmats offers floor systems designed to match a variety of dance studio types and budgets. We offer the very best in sprung dance floor solutions by Rosco as well as affordable underlayment solutions for home dance studios. In addition to sprung floors, Greatmats also offers multiple cushioned dance underlayment sub-floor options to match your budget and your dance type requirements.

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  • On Sale In Stock $12.02 per SF Ships out 11-14 Working Days Sprung dance flooring, pre-built and portable no soft spot sprung floor.

  • On Sale $5.97 per SF Ships out 11-14 Working Days Professional dance sprung flooring system at less cost, DIY installation.

  • On Sale $5.42per SF Ships out 1-3 Working Days Two part dance studio subfloor system is an economical solution for home and professional dance floors.

  • 28 Reviews On Sale In Stock $1.64 per SF Free Shipping Ships out 1-3 Working Days Interlocking high density durable foam sport tile

  • 13 Reviews On Sale In Stock $1.70per SF Ships out 4-6 Working Days Cushion roll of rubber flooring for plyometric, dance floors and aerobic X.

  • 13 Reviews On Sale In Stock $2.93 per SF Ships out 1-3 Working Days Rosco Adagio marley dance flooring for all dance types in professional dance studio floors.

  • 8 Reviews On Sale $2.40per SF Ships out 11-14 Working Days Plyometric rubber flooring rolls 1/2 inch thick for plyometric and aerobic X exercises.

  • 9 Reviews On Sale In Stock $3.95 per SF Ships out 1-3 Working Days Modular floor tile for athletic, ergonomic, and fatigue flooring.

  • 2 Reviews On Sale In Stock $4.39 per SF Ships out 1-3 Working Days Modular gray floor tile for athletic, ergonomic, and fatigue flooring.

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Rosco Sprung Floors

Select from top-of-the-line Rosco sprung dance floors. Constructed from a pre-built panelized system, these spring floors are the best on the market.

We feature the Rosco sprung dance floor system for professional dance studios as our premier offering, suitable for the most demanding of dancers. Made in the USA, sprung underlayments by Rosco create the top dance sprung subfloor system on the market, used nationwide in professional ballet and dance studios, universities and dance troupes. This system utilizes a WaveLock design that eliminates soft and hard spots in the floor and provides enough flexibility to absorb the dancer impact and provide proper resistance.

Closed cell foam pads connected to the underside of the sprung panels help provide superb resilience and dimensional stability. The 42x42 inch panels spoon together seamlessly and perimeters can be connected to wood or concrete.

For a high quality, pre-built panelized system that features overlapping panels that eliminate any hard or soft spots in the floor, select the Rosco Sprung Floor system. Full panels are topped with medium-density fibreboard (MDF) sheets. A major benefit of the Rosco Dance subfloor is that the panels can be assembled and disassembled as needed and taken with when your studio moves locations. The sprung subfloor panels can be taken up and moved while still maintaining the integrity and value of your floor. This pre-built panelized sprung underlayment system simply fits together during installation and can be installed with customizing panels for a wall-to-wall fit.

For an economical option choose the Rosco single layer customizing sprung dance subfloor panels and install the finished layer yourself using BCX (B-grade face, C-grade back side with exterior adhesive) plywood or better. These Sprung Dance SubFloor Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Customizable panels give you an option to save money if you have basic carpentry skills.

They are often used on two or more sides of your dance studio floor to put the finishing touch on wall-to-wall installations. These panels allow you customize your sprung flooring around pillars, fit to irregularly shaped rooms and fill in remaining spaces between full panels and the remaining walls. These DIY customizable sprung panels offer the same spring base as the full panels without the MDF top. You'll need to purchase the finished plywood or MDF layer separately to complete the installation process. If you're handy with base power tools and have a tight budget, you may want to consider using the DIY panels for your entire floor and installing the MDF to the entire floor yourself.

Marley surfaces are sold separately with all sprung floor systems.

Alternatives to sprung dance sub-surfaces are cushioned subfloor underlayments. For an economical dance sub-flooring solution, addressing the need for separation from hard concrete or wood floors, we offer a variety of cushioned underlayment dance floor systems in foam and rubber at affordable prices. These sub-floor options are suitable for ballet, tap, modern, and other dance types as an alternative to more expensive panelized sprung flooring. Note: These dance subflooring options are not an apples-to-apples replacement for spring floors.

Foam Subflooring

Our simplest dance floor underlayment option is the easy to install Sport Plus Foam Tile. The durable 3/8-inch-thick high density EVA foam tiles interlock together like a puzzle in conveniently sized 2x2 foot squares. The foam underlayment provides essential separation between the dancer and hard floors such as concrete. This surface is ready to receive a rigid marley surface, such as Rosco Adagio, and is preferred by many recreational and home dancers. Install on any hard, flat surface with no glue, cut the foam tiles to fit using a utility knife.

Marley surface sold separately.

This sub-floor material is not recommended for advanced ballet as it may be too soft for average sized adult dancers.

Plyometric Rubber Subflooring

For advanced ballet, we recommend our plyometric rubber rolls. This product is a low-density rolled rubber in 3/8 or 1/2 inch thicknesses. This option offers ballet dancers fast response and rebound needed when exiting pointe. It also absorbs impact to reduce leg injuries.

Dance Studio Subfloor Elite System

A third dance flooring system is the Dance Studio Subfloor Elite. This system utilizes a three-layer system for marley dance floors. The bottom layer provides excellent cushion through 1/2-inch-thick interlocking foam athletic tiles. The foam tiles feature a non-slip surface that will keep the subflooring system from shifting. On top of the foam is a firm, yet flexible layer of raised plastic athletic tiles that provide proper support. Your marley surface (sold separately) is installed on top of the plastic tiles to complete the system.

The Dance Studio Subfloor Elite System is very portable as each of the bottom two layers are made of modular or interlocking tiles, conveniently sized for storage and transportation. The flooring system is also much lighter weight than most sprung floor systems that utilize plywood.

9-tile Tap Floor Kit

If you are looking for a tap floor with moderate cushion, consider our 9-tile tap dance floor kit. This kit does not require any separate subflooring and can be installed in a flash. Simply snap the 9-tile together by stepping on the seams over a hard, flat surface. Complete the tap floor by snapping on the border ramps around the edges and you have a finished tap floor ready for action. This floor features a vinyl surface over a raised plastic base and has a 7-year wear layer.

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Decide the winner of Greatmats National Dance Instructor of the Year Award each year during the month of November. Nominations take place annually in October and voting takes place on our Facebook page each November to select the dance instructor who has made the greatest impact in the lives of those around him/her. The Greatmats National Dance Instructor of the Year Award honors those dance instructors that have had a positive influence on their students, colleagues and community.

The 2015 award winner is Rosanne Vavasis of Hudson, Florida, studio Gotta Dance.
In 2016, John Culbertson, of Dance Attack Miami, was named the National Dance Instructor of the Year.