An experienced sports flooring contractor is vital to the playability, longevity and maintenance of the gym floor. Here are 3 reasons to go with an experienced pro.
The prevalence of the maple wood gym floor is due to its wood hardness rating, which impacts its ability to withstand heavy wear and tear. But for athletes to successfully perform on these courts, the following five sports flooring features are key.
With increased foot traffic in the brutal winter months, the gymnasium flooring takes a merciless beating. Learn why gym floors are vulnerable in winter and how to protect gymnasium surfaces from being damaged.
Once again, a Mondo track has been chosen for an important track and field facility.
Gym floors are designed to withstand the repeated pounding and foot traffic from athletic use. Depending on the type of usage, certain gym floor materials are better suited to satisfy the needs of players and coaches.
Baseball, soccer, flag football, field hockey and badminton are just a few of the many sports played on synthetic grass. Colleges, recreational facilities and even professional teams are increasingly seeing the myriad of benefits of artificial field turfs.
Designed for optimal athletic performance and chosen as the official track of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, MONDOTRACK WS is the ultimate running track.
Fitness centers and weight rooms require durable flooring. Here is what you need to know in order to select the right flooring for your fitness center.
After 18 years, Minnesota State University Bud Myer's Field House is getting a new Mondo surface to be installed this summer.
To make an informed decision between tiles and rolls for your sports flooring, you need to understand the advantages and drawbacks of rubber floor tiles and rubber floor rolls. So, let’s take a look at the pros and cons of the two rubber flooring products.