Sprung Dance SubFloor DIY Customize
Portable WaveLock Sprung Dance SubFloor DIY Customize
Top Features for Sprung Dance SubFloor DIY Customize
- Best dance sprung flooring systems
- Eliminates any soft or hard spots in the floor
- Save on costs by doing the installation in house
- Portable dance sprung floor
- Take with you when you studio moves
- Install in temporary installations
- No glue all removable screw together panels
- WaveLock technology is the best sprung flooring on the market
Dance Sprung Flooring, Sprung Floor System, Dance Studio Floors
Choose this professional dance sprung flooring system from a world leader in professional dance floors, ROSCO. Use this single layer of the Rosco WaveLock patented flooring in professional dance studios and university dance floor installations. This panelized single layer sprung flooring system from Rosco comes with the foam pads that make this flooring sprung.
A dance industry staple for top dance studios, sprung dance flooring is the top choice to bring safety and comfort to dancers during both practice and performance. Hiring someone to install a sprung dance floor in your studio, however can be an expensive endeavor.
That's why we offer a customizable DIY Sprung Dance Floor System built with high quality Rosco components.
So how do you build a Sprung Dance Floor using these system you ask? Just follow these four easy steps.
Step 1: Begin by laying 2x4 boards around the perimeter of your desired sprung dance floor.
Step 2: Layout, measure and cut each of your customizing panels to span the gap between full panels and the 2x4's.
Step 3: Cover your sprung subfloor with 1/2-inch thick Medium-Density Fibreboard (MDF).
Step 4: Drill countersink holes and screw the MDF to the 2x4 perimeter frame and waves of adjacente subfloor panels.
Gain the unique benefit of an overlapping dance sprung floor with no soft spots and the option to save money. Save money upfront by doing more of the installation yourself while still getting the full benefit of the best dance sprung floor on the market with WaveLock technology.WaveLock technology eliminates any soft or hard spots in your sprung floor, and this unique system is free floating and not attached to the base floor which means the sprung floor can react better to the movements of the dancers.
During the DiY installation, flooring installers will need to purchase locally and install the top layer of 1/2 inch MDF or similar to complete this floor, prior to installing Rosco marley dance flooring as the finished top dance floor surface. Sprung dance flooring panels by ROSCO was developed and tested by dancers to insure the perfect combination of resilience (spring or bounce) with stability.
It is flexible enough to absorb the energy from a dancer's impact but provides the right amount of resistance for dance movements ranging from ballet to tap and including folk, modern, flamenco and Irish dancing.
Most users will be able to install this sprung floor on their own. The 42 x 42 inch (3.5 x 3.5 ft.) panels spoon into each other with the unique Wavelock design.
An integral part of this sprung floor system is the 4.5 inch diameter closed cell foam pads. These 1 inch thick pads are affixed at specific locations on the underside of each subfloor panel. This, combined with the Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) construction of the panel, utilizing our patented Wavelock technology, yields superb resilience and dimensional stability. The foam pads, combined with the unique Wavelock backbone, provide unmatched resilience and stability.
Please Note: Finished vinyl marley dance flooring is required on top of the ROSCO sprung floor panels.
Please review the Rosco Subfloor installation instructions.
Ships via freight delivery, shrink wrapped on pallets
This Product Ships Freight Only.
Please review our shipping disclaimer.
Can this be installed on carpet?
Would this be a good product for a home (small) dance floor? Is there a minimum/quantity limit for purchase?
Do you have to use marley flooring on top of this customizable sprung subfloor or can you use any vinyl flooring?
Can wood go over this system?