Sprung Dance Floor Full Panel 2 Inch x 3.5 x 3.5 Ft.

  • WaveLock design eliminates soft and hard spots in floor
  • Portable and removable while maintaining floor value
  • Excellent sprung and bounce for dance floors
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$285.95/each (You Save 5%)
Reg: $301.00/each - $24.57/sqft
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Rosco Sprung Floor with Customizing Panels Video

Rosco Sprung Floor Installation

Greatmats Elite Dance Surfaces


  1. WaveLock design eliminates soft and hard spots in floor
  2. Portable and removable while maintaining floor value
  3. Excellent sprung and bounce for dance floors
  4. No adhesive required, all screw together components
  5. Made in the USA
  6. WaveLock technology is the best sprung flooring on the market
  7. Take with you when you studio moves

Use Types

Sprung Dance Floors, Studio Dance Floors, Dance Studio Sprung Flooring, University Dance Floors, Ballet Dance Floors

Wavelock Rosco sprung dance floor, Dance sprung floor Rosco panels

Rosco was developed and tested by dancers to insure the perfect combination of resilience, spring or bounce with stability in a floating dance floor that is portable. The revolutionary WaveLock design of this sprung floor eliminates soft spots in the floor where the plans nest together.

Rosco Sprung Dance Floor

The sprung floor system is flexible enough to absorb the energy from a dancer's impact but provides the right amount of resistance for dance movements ranging from ballet to tap and including folk, modern, flamenco and Irish dancing. Each panel is 3.5 x 3.5 ft in size, and covers 12.25 SF and makes a floating dance floor.

The 42 x 42 inch sprung dance floor panels nest together into each other seamlessly. The unique WaveLock technology design of this panel eliminates any hard or soft spots in the floor. Perimeter pieces are designed to hold the panels together.

Some light carpentry work is required for installation on these dance floor panels. Please review the Rosco Sprung Floor installation document.


Product Questions:

Q: Can your dance flooring be installed on top of carpet? This is for home ballet use. Thanks!
A: Great question, the answer is no, the marley vinyl dance floor needs to be installed over a hard flat surface, such as our indoor court tile. The court tile can be installed over carpet indoors to provide that hard surface the marley needs.
Q: Do you ship to Australia? Can this flooring go on concrete?
A: We only ship in the USA, our customer would have to arrange for international shipping, unless its a container. This subfloor product can be installed over any hard flat surface.
Q: Can you put this on directly over concrete or do you need a subfloor?
A: This subflooring can be installed directly on top of any hard flat surface, including concrete.
Q: Can a hardwood dance floor be installed over the sprung dance subfloor panels? (this is for ballet and ballroom home use)
A: If the hardwood flooring is free floating then yes.
Q: Can my daughter dance directly on the subfloor or do I need to install flooring on top of it?
A: This subfloor is not a finished dance surface and does require a marley top surface.
Q: Can I use this outside like on grass?? I am A wedding minister, and A Dj, and need A dance floor for my dancers.. Will this work?? If not what do you suggest??
A: This is an indoor floor, what you want is the temporary floor tile with our portable dance floor on top. Read our blog about dance floors on grass.
Q: What is the fire rating on this flooring? Does it comply with the IBC (International Builders code)What is the fire spread rating and smoke rating?
A: We do not have this test available to us from the manufacturer.
Q: To create a solid surface for a ballet dancer over a concrete surface you first install the Sprung Dance SubFloor and then the Marley Surface, which Marley product do you recommend.
A: Over a wood subfloor you can use either the Rosco Adagio or the Rosco Reversible Dance Floor. Review our blog about ballet floors.
Q: How portable is this flooring?
A: Its not designed to be taken up and down every day. But rather if the studio moves it can be taken out and reinstalled without damage to the subfloor.
Q: Do the springs adjust to make a level floor?
A: The sprung dance floor does not contain springs. Foam discs are what give this product its bounce and cushion.
Q: How many does it come with.?
A: This is priced per panel.
Q: What materials are used in this product? What is it made of? Wood? Plastic? rubber?
A: Closed cell foam pads are affixed to Medium Density Fiberboard (engineered wood).
Q: Does this get screwed into the existing floor or are the attachments shown in the video just assembling the system? Can this be used as home studio floor that is not wall to wall?
A: There are perimeter strips available if not wall to wall or you can build a ''frame'' using 2x4s which typically would need to be secured somehow either into the floor or to a wall.
Q: Can this Sprung Dance Floor full panel be installed on the carpet (at home) directly? What if it's not corner, just at the center of the room? - will it be stable?
A: Sprung floor panels must be installed on an extremely even smooth surface-wood or concrete only. They cannot be installed on carpet.
Q: Can the sprung floor dance panels be used in the middle of a carpeted space? If so, do they need to have a frame built around them or will they lock to each other?
A: Sprung floor panels must be installed on an extremely even smooth surface-wood or concrete only. They can not be installed on carpet. There are perimeter strips available if not wall to wall or you can build a ''frame'' using 2x4s which typically would need to be secured somehow either into the floor or to a wall.
Q: Is this floor designed for ballet pointe work?
A: Yes.
Q: Can you put them on grass?
A: This product must be installed indoors on a very level surface that is temperature controlled at all times. It also needs to be covered with Marley dance floor.
Q: Can you put these over a floor covered in cork tile?
A: Sprung Dance Floor Panels need to be installed over concrete or hardwood.
Q: Can I use over carpet?
A: This product needs to be installed on a hard, flat surface and is not able to be installed over carpet.
Q: In a multipurpose space, can this subfloor support bookcases and storage furniture at the perimeter without sagging or must the flooring terminate in front of it?
A: The sprung subfloor should only have dancers on it. and small equipment like maybe a speaker or etc.
Q: Just wondering if you could give me an estimate on the Sprung floor for a dance room 28 sq ft X 36 sq. ft. Thank you, Charee
A: Please reach out to our sales rep Angie to obtain a quote for this product. Her email address is angie@greatmats or if it is more convenient for you to call, she can be reached at 877-822-6622 ext. 109.
Q: Quote for 20 x22’ dance floor
A: Please reach out to our sales rep Angie to obtain a quote for this product. She can be reached by phone at 877-822-6622 ext. 109 or through her email
Q: Good morning. Could you please provide an approximate timeframe/duration from the purchase of the products to installation? In other words, approximately how long does it take to ship & install? Thank you!
A: Please reach out to our sales rep Angie to obtain information related to this product. She can be reached at 877-822-6622 extension 109.


SKU# 08000 4242
In Stock Yes
Product Type Tile
Product Edging Interlocking
Thickness 2 inch
Width 3.50 feet
Length 3.50 feet
SF per Item 12.25
Weight 44.00 lbs
Packaging Shrink Wrapped on Pallets
Number of Pieces per Package Type 35
Non Absorbent No
Special Adhesives No
Universal Interlock Yes
Interlock Loss 0.00 feet
Interlocking Connections Yes
Made In USA
Surface Finish Smooth
Surface Design Solid
Installation Method Spoon together, screw down
UV Treated No
Reversible No
Border Strips Included No
Manufacturer Warranty 5 years limited




Customer Reviews

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Customer Rating:

These work great if you're leaving them in a space. I install and remove them 4-5 times a school year and they begin to splinter and shred over time making them very difficult to install. The cushioning pads underneath begin to smash down over time when stored and make the flooring uneven. When stored on the carts to capacity, the carts become incredibly heavy and impossible to move. I would recommend the plastic flooring or athletic tiles. save your back

Customer Rating:

It is good except it is very woody and squishy

Customer Rating:

Excellent company! Lovely to deal with and great prices. They go the extra mile to satisfy the customer!!!