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.
There are many good commercial gym flooring options available on the market, all of which have their own specific pros and cons that make them suitable for different kinds of sports. Here are the benefits and drawbacks of each gym flooring option and the answers to the most important questions concerning commercial gym flooring.
So, what makes a great gym? The practicality and flexibility of its design, the quality of the equipment, the safety and comfort of the gym environment, the availability of modern amenities, the aesthetic appeal of the facility, the proper maintenance of the premises, the competence and friendly attitude of the staff members...
If you have decided on a hardwood floor, you can be certain that you’re getting a durable, resilient, safe, and attractive sports surface, ideally suited for basketball, volleyball, and various other athletic activities. Ask yourself and the floor installer these questions before making your final choice...
Kiefer USA was more than happy to assist the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign with installing new sports flooring in their Recreation Centers during the summer.
When people think about installing a home gym, they usually think about weights, bikes, and other equipment. It’s equally important to give serious thought to the kind of home gym flooring that’s best for your situation. Depending on your home and preferred type of exercise, there are many different flooring options. Here are 4 options, with the benefits and drawbacks of each.