Sprung Dance Floors

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Rosco sprung floor panels for dance studios, DIY home floating sprung dance floors

For those operating a studio at home, as a business, or in a professional setting, a sprung dance floor will result in the perfect surface for students of any age, as well as for professionals. It prevents injuries with its forgiving configuration. Count on Greatmats to deliver great prices. Our inventory features Rosco panels as well as our own solutions, including dance applications for use in a residence.

Sprung Dance Floor DIY Setups

This product can be a challenge to budget. But we at Greatmats have this style in many different price points and styles, which means we have ideas to squeeze into any budget. Our floating dance floor construction is suitable for use anywhere, as it looks great and offers excellent durability.

We are proud to offer the Rosco portable sprung floor panel system, which is an industry leading model. Using a pre-built panelized flooring system, it is easy to install. Users will appreciate that it has no soft spots, meaning dancers will stay healthier and be able to practice longer.

These work in any setting, as they're suitable in studios, in university settings, at homes, at schools, and for pros who are touring. These are made in America, so trust the durability provided.

The WaveLock design will have a consistent feel throughout with no hard or soft areas. It's flexible to absorb impact, while still providing a firm layout. The underside contains closed cell PE foam pads that deliver stability, comfort, and safety.

Our sprung dance floor for home construction involves a simple assembly process with individual units that pop together perfectly. Our sprung floor system also allows for fast disassembly when moving it to a new location for a recital. With such a versatile design, it is a good value.

Portable Dance Floor

This is economical. Our Customizing Panels only require a BCX plywood finished top layer at a minimum, which means nothing more than basic carpentry skills are required for installation of the wood floors.

Should there be an odd layout, our customized spring loaded floorings will be able to fit properly. Configuring these around pillars or to squeeze into an oddly shaped room is a simple process, thanks to the high quality of materials we use. Placing these along the wall allows for a nice, pre finished look at the edges of the full panels.

These deliver the same flexibility and spring base as the full units, making them an economical choice for anyone. These do not have the MDF, so installers need to add a separately purchased layer of finished plywood or MDF.

Plyometric Rubber

We highly recommend our plyometric rubberized rolls. This product is a low density rolled rubber in 3/8 or 1/2 inch thicknesses. These give dancers the fast response and rebound needed when exiting pointe. It also absorbs impact to reduce leg injuries.

The Studio Subfloor Elite is a design that utilizes two layers. The bottom features a 6 mm rubber material to yield outstanding cushion. On top are firm, yet flexible, flat plastic tile layers for proper support.

Top 5 Uses for Sprung Flooring for Dance Studios
  1. Add safety and comfort.
  2. Create a reliable spot for rehearsals or performances.
  3. Create a rehearsal space at the house.
  4. Invest in a model for touring.
  5. Increase the training time with less fatigue.

How to Build a Sprung Dance Floor

Count on us to have everything required. Certain customers will purchase all of it from us, while others will be looking for an upper layer to place over a cushioned base they already have in place.

If seeking a tight to the wall layout, most people must cut the pieces near the walls to yield a proper fit. Some may cut them along only one wall for a faster installation. Either way, we have everything needed.

We recommend that all parts be placed in the rooms where they'll be installed for a 24-to-48-hour period. This allows them to acclimate to the temperature and humidity conditions, reducing the possibility of significant problems with shrinkage or expansion.

Hardwood Sprung Floor DIY Systems

The surfaces will consist of vinyl or hardwood floors. Hardwoods can handle foot traffic as well as dancing activities. Others may want a hardwood style to match the existing floor and decor in the room.

Vinyls give a nice level of durability and quality too, all at a great price point. We offer a plastic setup, which also works well with marbles. And when the dancer will be wearing street shoes on the plastic, it’ll be safe from damage. Be sure to tape the marble to the base to prevent it from sliding around during practices and performances.

Safe Sprung Floor Gymnastics Systems

In the subsurface, we use a perfect mix of types of material for cushioning with just the right level of bounce back, almost like a basket weave. Excessive bounce, which many call a trampoline effect, could cause them to lose their balance. Ours will not result in a trampolining effect.

Through proper construction, the installer will avoid having spots that provide too much or too little cushioning. These unstable spots can make a dancer take a misstep. Count on us to sell only the best materials to keep everyone safe.

For schools that have hip hop teams, cheer teams, or show choirs, having the best ballet sprung floors installed for practices is extremely valuable. A student will be able to workout for longer periods because of the cushion. They will avoid problems with sore knees and ankles, no matter whether they go through the same routine frequently.

It works well in a school, because it is easy to lay out for practice and then pick up to return the room to its original purpose. With the long term nature found in our products, schools will receive an excellent value.

We wouldn't recommend using this style for cheerleading practicing where the students will be tumbling. But it works perfectly well for cheerleaders who are working on moves that they'll incorporate into a competition routine.

Residential Sprung Dance Floor Configurations

Our selections are affordable. They can work out as long as they want at the house, as they won't have sore joints and tired legs.

Ours have cushioned layers that perfectly complement the sturdy footing on the main section. Ours typically use foam.Customers like these, because ours can be installed as needed and then disassembled later. Install this at practicing time and then pull it back up between practices.

FAQ Sprung Dance Floor Q&A

How much does a sprung dance floor cost?
It depends on the material in use. The most basic models will cost around $2 to $5 per sq ft, but the price could be as high as $10 to $15 per square foot for tongue and groove units that have an excellent build quality.

What is a sprung dance floor?
Use a DIY portable sprung dance floor to yield a shock absorption capability for students and teachers in the dancing classes. The idea is to reduce the possibility of injuries by giving them cushioning underneath marbles that protect the lower body joints.

What are the best floorings for ballet?
Subfloor for Studio Elite is an economical subflooring solution by Greatmats. Underlayments help to provide separation from hard concrete. While not a direct replacement for spring floorings, underlayments do provide additional cushion for a more comfortable space. We offer a variety of cushioned underlayment systems at affordable prices.

How do you make a DIY sprung dance floor?
Although some studios could attempt to construct their own designs, our sprung dance floors for sale greatly simplify the installation process, giving customers the ability to create a high performance surface in very little time, as the kit ships with everything included.

What do you put under marley?
The Sports Floor Plus Designer is the simplest underlayment to lay out. The durable 3/8 inch thick EVA foams interlock together like a puzzle in 2x2 foot squares. The foam underlayment provides essential separation between the dancer and the concrete. Place it on a hard, flat surface with no adhesive. Cut these to fit by using a utility knife. Understand that this subfloor is not recommended for advanced ballet, as it may be too soft for average sized adult dancers.