The Keady Court at Mackey Arena at Purdue University received a facelift during the offseason after suffering water damage back in May. Check out the process of this three week renovation in a time-lapse video. The Kiefer USA team does some…
It is extremely important to maintain the appropriate humidity levels within your gymnasium to avoid excessive expansion and potential crowning of your wood gym floor. In this guide, we discuss how humidity affects wood gym flooring and what you can do to control the humidity levels in your gym or facility to protect the floor.
Replacing, refinishing, or resurfacing a wood gym floor is dependent on the facility’s budget and the extent of the floor’s wear and tear. Safety is paramount for athletes and visitors who use the gym floor, so addressing the condition of the floor is a necessity, not a luxury.
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.
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.
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...