Rosco Adagio Marley Full Roll
Rosco Adagio Marley Dance Floor
Top Features for Rosco Adagio Marley Full Roll
- Use for all dance types
- Great dance floor for hard and soft shoes
- Economical all around all purpose dance floor
- Available in black or gray
- Perfect slip resistance for professional dance studios
- Durable and long lasting
- Easy to roll out and install with tape
Tap Dance Floors, Ballet Floors, Modern and Jazz Dance Flooring, Irish and Flamenco
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Dance Studio and Tap Dance Flooring
Rosco Adagio marley dance floor is our best selling dance studio flooring due to its durability, versatility and economical price. Of our Rosco dance floor possibilities, Adagio is the most versatile dance floor that we offers. The Adagio dance floor can be used for many styles of dance including tap, ballet, modern, jazz, Irish, Flamenco, lyrical, hip hop, drill team, ballroom and barefoot dancing.
Rosco Adagio dance floors are made of high quality vinyl, which makes them a non-absorbent, non-reflective, and non-skid surface that give tap and ballet dancers the controlled slip that they need to perform their best. This dance studio flooring is made using a proprietary manufacturing process that yields a wider and more durable flooring material that will not de-laminate. As the Rosco Adagio dance flooring is dimensionally stable, it is perfect for temporary, semi-permanent, or permanent installations.
Rosco Adagio dance flooring is simple and easy to install. The product can simply be rolled out on any hard, flat surface. While it can be installed with tape or glue, the installation does not require it. Most customers choose to install the dance flooring themselves as it is so easy - assuming they are able to lift the roll. Adagio flooring can even be installed directly over hardwood flooring.
If you are looking to install marley dance flooring over concrete, please contact our friendly customer service to discuss possible dance subflooring and dance underlayment options. For ordering gray-colored Rosco Adagio dance studio flooring or custom cut lengths, please contact one of our customer service reps, who would be more than happy to help.
This marley dancing flooring weighs 2.42 pounds per linear foot, or a total of 270 pounds per roll. If you order a custom cut length roll, it is non-returnable. Full bolt rolls that have been unrolled or installed will result in a 20% restocking fee upon returning.
Rosco Adagio dance studio flooring is durable, quality made, and a great value. Rosco stands behind its Adagio dance flooring product. This product comes with a 5-year limited warranty for the original purchaser. This warranty covers manufacturing defects in both material and workmanship. This Rosco dance floor has not been UV treated, so continuous direct sunlight may damage the product over time.
We stock this marley dance floor to ensure quick shipment.
Considerations for Tap Dancing: Tap shoes with aluminium taps leave behind black oxidation marks on vinyl flooring material. These black marks blend in fairly well on the black Rosco Adagio dance studio flooring, but are more noticeable on the gray marley dance floor. Because of this, Greatmats does not recommend gray Rosco Adagio dance studio flooring to be used with tap dancing. Tap shoes with steel taps do not leave behind black oxidation marks on vinyl flooring, but all tap shoes leave some marking on dance flooring. New black dance shoes leave the most marks on gray vinyl dance flooring. Jazz shoes can also leave behind similar marks, so Greatmats does not recommend gray vinyl dance flooring for use with tap or jazz shoes.
When installing, this product is not reversible, so make sure that the shiny side of this marley dance floor goes down. Rosco Adagio dance flooring needs to be installed over a hard, smooth surface. Even low pile carpet is too soft for marley dance flooring to be installed over it. If you are looking to install this product over mats, Greatmats offers a high density interlocking foam mat that is a great underlayment for Rosco Adagio dance studio flooring.
Many customers report being able to easily install Rosco Adagio flooring with only one other person. This allows customers to cut down on costs and not have to hire a professional to install their dance floor.
Lisa from North Olmsted, OH, said it took two people to roll out the marley, stretch, straighten it, and tape it into place.
With only herself and her husband to help, she was able to easily install her Rosco Adagio dance studio flooring, giving her studio a professional look.
If installed with vinyl tape, Rosco Adagio dance flooring can be moved. Glueing down the material leads to a permanent installation.
When storing Rosco Adagio dance flooring, it should never be stored on its side. This will cause the Rosco flooring rolls to flatten and will lead to rippling of the vinyl when the material is unrolled. The marley dance flooring should always be rolled tight over a straight tube of PVC pipe, taped closed, and stored upright on the roll's end.
If you're looking for a dance floor to travel with, Greatmats also offers Rosco Adagio Tour dance flooring to give you the same high quality dance surface both in the studio and on the road.
Each Rosco Adagio floor roll is 5.24 feet wide and 101.00 ft long. The total weight of a standard roll is 270 pounds, so multiple people will likely be required to carry a roll. Black Adagio dance flooring is also available in 10, 15, 20 and 25 foot roll lengths. Gray Adagio marley is only available in full rolls.
This marley dance floor is made in the EU in compliance with the strict consumer health and safety standards in Europe. This ensures that the Rosco Adagio vinyl flooring will be a product free from harmful chemicals. The product is not heat resistant, but is rated with the National Fire Protection Association Life Safety Class I Interior Floor Finish flammability rating.
If this Marley is not reversible how do we know which side to lay down?
Can this be installed over carpet? It is a flat loop-style
Can I put it on top of interlocking foam tiles?
if i lay this down over cement or tile will it still sound good with the tap shoes? and can i use the double sided tape underneath instead of taping it on top?
Is the Flooring heat resistant
I have a concrete floor in my basement at present. We are planning to lay a laminate that has underlay attached. Could I put this flooring over a portion of the room once the laminate is laid as a small ballet/jazz area for my daughter? I am wondering if the laminate with underlay and the Adagio on top would be enough to protect her from shin splints.
is this floor portable? My studio may move?