Portable Dance Floors

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Snap Together Dance Tiles & Marley Rolls For Events & Staging

To find a portable dance floor that provides easy installation and removal as well as versatility, count on Greatmats. Our temporary floors work for things like concerts, dances, theatrical performances, banquets, and touring performances.

We use only the highest quality of vinyl materials, giving customers a commercial grade surface that yields excellent durability. They appreciate the value they receive with our portable dance floor. We have choices in multiple price ranges, giving people an option to purchase no matter what kind of budget they have.

Portable Dance Floor Over Carpet

With EZ Portable Dance Floor Tiles, customers appreciate the ease of assembly they receive with our temporary dance floor. Installation of this style atop the majority of subfloorings goes quickly. Sometimes, a customer will look to place it on hard surfaces or even atop carpeting with low pile for an indoor installation.

They have an attractive finish as well, featuring many different wood grain finishes, meaning this EZ Portable Dance Tile style is appropriate to use in nearly any setting.

For locations where the subflooring isn’t appropriate for dancing, a 10x10 or larger portable dance floor is a smart choice. As long as the subfloor contains a sturdy, flat surface, it’ll provide the base required for this layout. Customers can add black border edging with a gradual ramp to the portable dance floor tiles to prevent tripping, while delivering a beautiful finishing touch.

Portable Dance Floor for Wedding

One of the easiest and most secure is the Panels with Cam Locks from Greatmats. This interlock configuration guarantees a tight fit between each adjacent piece, using a far easier process than with tiny screws that are tough to handle on competitor products.

This temporary assembly has a design that appears permanent, which looks amazing, but it still provides the benefits of a temp install. The vinyls are attractive enough to use anywhere, yet the plywood section in the core has excellent stability.

The Greatmats portable tent tiles in 1-by-1-foot squares is a popular selection. It allows for air and water flow underneath, which works well in outdoor settings withoutstanding durability. They will last a long time and maintain a like new look with a minimum amount of maintenance. While these tiles do yield and excellent finished surface, they may serve better as a subfloor for another surface when an outdoor dance floor is desired as the surface features a non-slip grid design.

Portable Performance Surfaces

Our marley dance floor has a safe and sturdy surface for all kinds of dance practice or recitals, including ballet, clogging, tapping, hip hop, and modern. Regardless of whether the dancers will be wearing hard-sole or soft-sole shoes, ours will deliver the level of durability required.

Our customers frequently choose to take our portable ballet floor for home with them for performances, as it rolls up for transportation. Installation at the new location just requires the use of vinyls tape on the edges, which keeps it in place when it’s under stress. Quickly transform any surface with this.

Whether holding a performance in a dance studio, a school auditorium, theaters, or another building, our roll up model creates safe surfaces for dancers. Consider the Flat Top Court. These have an interlocking loop and tab design that is specifically made for repeated installations.

These are designed for fast DIY dance floor installations. Place them in carpeted rooms if needed.

Align the locking system, then gently step on it to engage the lock. Assemble it fully without tools. With no tools or adhesive to worry about forgetting at home, this is a great benefit for the traveling performer.

Portable Dance Floors Kit

Each 3x3 tap kit consists of 9 squares of 1’ x 1’ that yield the satisfying click sounds for tapping shoes. These are the perfect size for a tap dance floor or for transporting, so students can practice anywhere.

We also offer tap kits in 4x4, 5x5 and 6x6 foot sizes.

Stage Flooring

Vinyl stage flooring in a theater setting is used for numerous events. At a school, it may need to support the weight of risers for a choir or to hold up under the stress of heavy scenery for a play. In these use cases, using marleys probably wouldn’t be the best choice, as they could become damaged from the equipment.

However, when the stage is going to host a recital or a musical, the quality of the event might require high quality ballet floor mat models. We have models that do not yield glares from the material, which makes them an ideal option for theaters.

Often times, stages consist of a hardwood that can create glares for the audience under the strong theater lighting. Our no glare design yields the ideal alternative, eliminating reflection from the lights. Once the performance is finished, just roll it up for storage until the next time.

Matching it to the existing décor in a building or room is simple. Most use a vinyl top layer, which allows it to appear in various colors and styles.

We offer solid colors, including black, gray, and white with glare proof configurations. These are ideal for recitals and theater musicals, where avoiding glares from powerful lighting is important.

We also have multiple options a faux stained wood finish. Choosing this style of portable dance floor circle is a good idea if using the dance tiles for setting up a party area for a wedding or similar event. It looks impressive, yet it is tough enough to stand up to repeated uses. We offer a few different wooden grain styles and color selections too.

One of the best features is the size of the stackable pieces or rolls. Between practicing sessions or recitals, storing the materials doesn’t require a lot of space backstage or in a prop room.

To further simplify the process of moving them into and out of storage, we have wooden carts. Stack the individual tiles onto the sturdy four-wheeled cart and quickly move the tiles wherever they need to go. The cart is long enough to carry the weight and size of rolls too.

Modular Dance Floor Panels

Count on us to have the perfect designs in stock, all at a great price.

For quite a few models, we have ramped edge pieces. These give the space a perfect finished touch, while reducing the likelihood of someone tripping over the edge. They fit tightly to the main pieces, eliminating the chances that they would pop loose.

All of ours are easy to install and disassemble, making them great values for any school, hotel, banquet hall, troupe, or a dancer practice area at the house.

Those looking to enhance the value of a building by hosting weddings, anniversary parties, and similar events will appreciate these, which allow buildings to host new types of events.

FAQ Portable Dance Floor Q&A

What type of flooring are best for tap dancing?
Practicing tapping or clogging on the wrong kinds of surfaces can be a frustrating process. A dancer doesn’t receive the desired audible feedback from the tappers’ shoes if practicing elsewhere. And when tappers are holding practices at the house, working out on hardwoods potentially could cause scuff marks and other damage. We have a smart alternative in our pre-sized tap kits, which deliver a perfectly sized finished area for tappers and cloggers.

What kind of flooring are used for dancer studios?
Marleys are popular in these situations, as they allow for a suitable subsurface for multiple styles of dancing. Resiliency is key, as nobody wants to see scuffing and other issues.

How to make a portable dance floor for home?
Some people lay out marley flooring atop a hardwood. However, kits are a better option, as they are easy to install and disassemble, allowing them to be laid out repeatedly.

How much do sprung flooring for dancers cost?
This can be an expensive undertaking, as sprung materials can cost around $25 per square ft. As it’s typically used as an underlay, there’s also the expense for the roll over the top of the sprung subflooring. We do offer fatigue relieving dance subfloor alternatives at a significantly lower price.

Can you tap on a marley floor?
Yes. It is a popular choice for this, as it allows freedom of movement. Understand, though, that a specific type of underlayment might be needed to deliver the sound qualities desired.

How much does a portable dance floor cost?
It can range between $2.50 and $50 per SF, depending on the material desired and the subfloor surfacing. Sheet vinyls are common options at the low end of the price range. For event flooring, interlocking dance floor kits have excellent performance, and the price for this type of portable floor ranges from $9-16 per SF.

Can a portable flooring product be used outside?
Yes, our dance subfloor system often can accommodate both indoor and temporary outdoor use. Our 1x1 ft tile dance floors for sale are particularly suitable for outdoor use on a temp basis. They are built on a plastic base, so air and moisture can circulate underneath them. Marley dance floors should not be installed outside for extended periods of time.

How difficult is a DIY dance floor system to install?
Because these are created for portability, they're designed to withstand installations repeatedly. Our marley floors can be installed and taped down for a temporary use case. For tiles, some have a Cam Lock configuration, while others have tab and loop designs. These take just a few minutes to lay out and will hold together securely until the organizer is prepared to separate them and pack them up.

What if someone spills a drink or food on the tap dance floors?
We understand that accidents happen, and that's why many of ours can withstand the wear and tear found at a party. Ours are waterproof, so they're easy to clean … even if a guest spills on them.