Basketball Court Tile Gym Floor Pro
Interlocking Vinyl Basketball Court Tile Gym Floor Pro
Top Features for Basketball Court Tile Gym Floor Pro
- Easy DIY Snap Together Installation
- Maple hardwood basketball court look
- Great for rec centers and home indoor courts
- Scuff and stain resistant
- 20 mil, (0.5 mm), thick wear layer
- Commercial quality vinyl surface
- Install with rubber underlayment for cushion
- Line Paintable
Gym Court Floor Tile, Basketball Gym Flooring, Church Court Floors, School Gym Floor Tile
Wood grain indoor basketball court floor tiles, DIY basketball gym court flooring tile
High quality modular basketball court flooring is manufactured for use as commercial basketball and gymnasium floors. These Made in the USA sports lock-in tilings are easy to install on any hard flat surface for home, commercial, and school gymnasiums. For best bounce with a basketball, we recommend installing this tile over a hard flat surface.
Basketball Court Flooring Wood Faux Material
This modular snap together tiling is an excellent choice for recreation centers, church gyms, YMCAs, public and private schools, youth centers, and residences.
The modular style is made for the day-in and day-out use that comes along with use in schools, community centers, or gymnasiums. Because these athletic tilings were designed with that in mind, they are scuff and stain resistant, ensuring that they remain looking great even after years of use. The commercial grade vinyl top features a 20 mil (0.508 mm) layer for wear that is designed for multiple years of usage. The base tray of this durable locking tab and loop basketball court wood flooring is made of no break polypropylene plastic materials that are perfect for durability, flexibility, and longevity.
Easy Basketball Gym Floor Installations
Install this product atop of a 3 mm rubber underlayment material to increase suppression of noises and comfort underfoot for a roll out basketball court flooring underlay. This helps the indoor gym flooring option perform better.
The underlayment will give a little bit of cushion underneath, therefore making the entire area more comfortable for users. Players can spend more time enjoying the game, as they’ll have fewer worries regarding sore knees and ankles with the cushioned layer under the court tile.
The rubberized underlay layer also helps cut down on noise, as it absorbs some of the sound generated by players running on top, as well as the sounds from multiple bouncing basketballs or volleyballs, which can echo throughout the gymnasium, forcing coaches to yell over the din to deliver instructions to the players.
Place the perfect finishing touch on these indoor basketball courts by painting lines for the free throw lane, baselines, 3-point lines, and other required markings, including those for other sports, such as indoors volleyball or tennis game courts. Use the instructions provided for painting with commonly available automotive paint.
How Many Borders do I Need?
For Island installations: Where the layout will have all four sides exposed to the room. In this case, the number of borders needed will be the length + width of the layout for each border type, and 4 corner pieces. Use half male and half female borders in this instance. Example 10x12 ft layout, 10+12 = 22 male borders, and 22 female borders, and 4 corners.
For Corner Installations: Where the layout will be pushed into one corner and will have 2 sides exposed to the room. In this case, the number of borders needed will be the length + width of the layout and one corner piece. Use all male borders in this instance. Example 10x12 ft layout, 10+12 = 22 borders, all male, and one corner.
For Inside corners, two border ramps will have to be manually cut at diagonal to fit. Use a sharp utility knife to cut this product or a table saw.
Sport Court Tiles Buyer's Guide
In addition to our amazing customer service, we also offer advice in the form of an online buying guide to help in making the best selection for each job. The knowledge bases include videos and articles covering topics including indoor basketball court flooring material prices and rubber basketball court flooring underlays.
Call our customer support team for live advice with any questions on our large array of options for athletics. In addition to experienced customer representatives available to help, we offer a Pro Floors Designer to help in plotting out what’s needed for installations, which will include information regarding basketball court flooring cost calculations, based on coverage size.
FAQ Basketball Court Flooring Q&A
What is the best flooring for basketball?
For layouts inside a high school, college, or professional arena, maple hardwood is the primary type of wood floors used. However, this is an expensive proposition that may not be in the budget for churches, youth athletics facilities, and residential uses. For these areas, Greatmats court floor is a smart choice, as it delivers the same look as a pricey hardwood, yet it has reasonable pricing and a simple installation.
What kind of floorings are in courts for basketball?
The majority consist of hardwoods called acer saccharum, which is a type of maple. It is extremely hard, allowing it to stand up to the constant jumping and running on it. To save money, some locations will choose a Snap&Go flooring, especially if it will serve as indoor volleyball court flooring too. These quality basketball floor tiles, such as those in our sport flooring solutions, deliver outstanding designs at highly desirable prices without sacrificing longevity.
How much do basketball floorings cost?
Our basketball gym flooring price can be less than $7 per square foot, which is quite a bit cheaper than installing traditional maples. This model is not ideal for outdoor use, such as for backyard basketball courts, as it is not weather sealed. For this purpose, we have perforated portable basketball court for grass solutions for around $4 to $5 for a square ft. These are for outdoor basketball courts, allowing rainwater to drain through the perforations. Sometimes, customers are seeking colored, solid surface floorings with no holes that can be used inside or outside, as is possible with our Interlocking Flat Top Tile, where the price is around $4 per 12x12 tile. As a comparison, for expensive traditional hardwoods found in an arena setting, expect to pay around $15 to $22 per sq. ft., including the professional installation that’s required.
Why do they raise the floor in basketball?
For huge pro and university arenas, especially when holding NCAA Tournament games in domes, a raised base of two to three feet improves sight lines for fans. For a DIY basketball court flooring for bedroom, raising it usually involves an underlayment rubber basketball court cost of a couple of dollars a sq. foot. The underlay will provide cushioning for the lower body joints of the athletes versus the indoor basketball court in house over an unforgiving subfloor like concrete, while also raising its height slightly.
What are the costs to make an indoor basketball court?
The basketball floor costs depend on the materials purchased and on who will do the installing. For a classic look using hardwoods and measuring a standard size of 94 by 50 feet, an upper end price of about $100,000 is possible after installing. When relying on Greatmats and when DIY-ing the project, a full size 94x50 area would be about $20,000 to $33,000 for home basketball court flooring and about $24,000 for basketball court flooring outdoor with perforations using PVC and vinyls that mimics the looks of wooden planks, rather than using traditional planks consisting of maples. For half sized residential playing surfaces, the costs will be cut in half too.
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do the floors come apart easily for portability to different sites?
Will these work on carpet in a playroom?
What is used to clean and keep grip on the floor
The video indicates that the warranty is 7 years for Pro Court but description says 5 years. Which is accurate? Can this be used as a smooth surface under office chairs with adequate support for stationary chairs and moving chairs with a weight tolerance of 325 lbs.
Can these be installed on top of carpet and do you need the rubber underlayment when installing on carpet?
Could a light weight table and chairs be put on this flooring Without it snapping the underside locking system? I would like to use this as flooring for my small dinning room. It is very difficult to keep a carpet dinning floor clean. Or do you have another solution for this situation.
Hey I was wondering well this work over a dirt backyard?