Rosco Dance Floors & Accessories

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Rosco Dance Floor Options

At Greatmats, we recommend Rosco flooring products for many different styles of dancing. We also have all the accessories and subflooring you need to make these floors perform at a high level, so your dancers can do the same.

Types of Rosco Dance Floors

We have a few different types of rolls of dance floor for the specific requirements you may have.
  • Rosco Adagio: Rolls have one color and you can use one side. This is ideal for studios that teach a variety of dance types.
  • Adagio Touring: When you need lightweight rolls that you can take with you on the road, touring rolls are the right choice.
  • Rosco Dance Floor and Rosco Duette: Reversible rolls have different colors on each side, and you can flip them. Design for ballet, point, and other soft-shoe dances.
  • Home: When you need a small piece of Marley floor for practice at home for ballet, modern, hip hop, tap, or even breakdancing, our Rosco Dance Floor 5.25x8 Feet is the perfect choice.

Dance Floor Roll Lengths

You don’t want to waste flooring with your order, which is why we offer multiple lengths in our rolls.
  • Portable: Rolls made for a single room are available in lengths up to 10 feet.
  • Full Rolls: For large installations or when you want to cut the roll into pieces to fit multiple rooms, we offer cost-effective full roll lengths up to 131 feet.
  • Custom Cut: Custom cut lengths are available to order, but these products require a 15-foot minimum.

Rosco Flooring Accessories

If you need accessories to make the most of your dance flooring installation, count on Greatmats to deliver exactly what you need.
  • Sprung Floor: Our Sprung Dance Full Panels eliminate soft spots and deliver the desired level of bounce in the sprung Marley floor.
  • Foam Underlayment: A foam underlayment, such as with our Sport Plus Designer Foam Tiles, delivers cushioning.
  • Home Dance Subfloor: Our Home Dance Subfloor kit has everything you need to create a cushioned and sturdy subfloor, including foam and plastic layers.
  • Rosco Dance Floor Cleaner: Remove tap marks and keep your floor in top condition with our Heavy Duty Rosco Cleaner.
  • Vinyl Dance Floor Tape: Secure your floor, while still being able to pick it up and remove it later, with our Vinyl Dance Floor Tape, which is available in three colors.
  • PortaBarre With Case: Enhance your ballet workouts with this easy-to-assemble PortaBarre in 4.5- or 9-foot lengths, and it includes a carrying case for portability.

Why Invest in Rosco Adagio Dance Flooring?

Rosco floors deliver many benefits, making them a great investment.
  1. Top Quality: Greatmats Rosco Adagio dance floor is used in professional studios around the country and throughout the world. It is second to none.
  2. Versatile: Rosco Adagio tour dance floor is suitable for almost any need.
  3. Easy Installations: In most cases, a Rosco dance floor installation is a DIY job. These product designs keep portability in mind to simplify taking them on tour.

Choosing a Rosco Dance Floor

We offer several branded dance floor products. Consider the following factors.
  • Types of Dancing: Trust the Greatmats customer service team to find the ideal floor for the types of dancing you’re doing.
  • Additional Activities: If the vinyl dance floor will host other activities, like drill team practice or yoga, let our customer service team know.
  • Frequency of Use: Some Rosco Adagio floors are made for use every day, while others are better for occasional use, such as during stage performances.
  • Installation Methods: Our dance floor options include some made for permanent, semi-permanent, or temporary layouts to match your needs.
  • Installation Location: Don’t forget to mention to the customer service rep the planned space where the installation will occur – such as a TV studio, dance studio, multi-purpose room, or theater stage – as this could affect the product recommendations.
  • Durability and Support: You may need heavy-duty Rosco show floors to support the weight of theater props, wheeled camera supports, carts, furniture, risers, or theater scenery, so mention whether you will use these items to the customer service rep.

Rosco Marley Floor Features and Benefits

When you count on the high-quality Rosco stage flooring that we offer at Greatmats, you’ll receive the full range of features and benefits that these products offer.
  • Professional quality vinyl dance flooring
  • Durable enough for tap dancing and clogging
  • Suitable for daily practice of ballet, hip hop, ballroom, or other dances
  • Works with hard or soft shoes
  • Ideal slip resistance coefficient
  • Convenient to roll up for storage
  • Quick DIY install with vinyl tape
  • Non-glare surfaces available
  • Multiple colors available
  • Handy reversible design
  • Custom cut lengths available
  • Long warranty periods

Where to Use Rosco Marley Floors

You can install these dance floors in a range of locations, including:
  • Dance studio
  • Performance studio
  • Competition locations
  • Home
  • Theater
  • Stage
  • School gyms
  • Remote locations for performances

Rosco Dance Floor Q&A

What are the best dance floors?

Carefully developed to meet the unique needs of a dancer, Rosco flooring provides the ideal combination of traction, resistance, and spring to bring out the best performance in any dancer. The best dance floors may include tiles, vinyl rolls, and subfloors, depending on your needs.

What are the best surfaces for ballet?

Our Rosco reversible ballet dance floor is flexible enough to absorb impact while still providing just the right amount of resistance, which makes it one of the best surfaces for ballet. It also delivers a safer, more comfortable location suitable for dancing styles including ballet, modern, jazz, hip hop, ballroom, tap, flamenco, and more.

What kinds of flooring do dancers use?

The best flooring for dancers is a Rosco Adagio Marley floor, as it is an excellent option for:
  1. A professional planning a new academy building or upgrading an existing one
  2. A performance venue
  3. An enthusiast who wants an at-home practicing option
  4. A traveling troupe

Can you tap on a Marley floor?

Tap dancing on a Marley floor is an ideal use case, although some dancing types, such as tap, can be particularly tough on joints in the lower body. Be sure to use the right subfloor underlayment and Rosco dance floor for this. Meanwhile, something like Pointe requires a surface that isn't too fast. An overly slippery vinyl dance floor will not work well for controlled slip dancers.

How much does a Greatmats Rosco Marley dance floor cost?

The thickness measurement will play a big role in the vinyl dance floor price, as will the overall coverage size. For those in the 1.5 to 2 mm range of thickness for a large roll, expect to pay $3.50 to $5.50 per square foot.