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Wood Dance Rolls Questions & Answers

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Wood Dance Rolls
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$37.50 Linear Foot
reg: $8.33 sqft
linear foot $50.00
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We have a dance troupe asking about using our space for practices and we have this type of roll out flooring in our space. How will it hold up to use with tap shoes? We realize it is not an optimal surface.
The roll would hold up since there is a wear layer but you may likely see scuffing or marking since the shoes are hard soled. The roll will still perform but may become less attractive visually over time.
I have a dance studio in the basement of my house and we have berber carpeting there. I teach a north Indian classical dance with heavy footwork like tap. I am thinking about replacing the flooring in the studio. However, can this wood dance roll be added on top of the berber?
Ivy S
These rolls should be installed over a flat, dense surface like a plywood subfloor. You could lay plywood first then put the roll on top of that as an option.
Can this be installed over tile...?
This should be fine. If you have thick grout lines they may need to be leveled out so that it doesn't telegraph or you could put a layer of plywood between the tile and the rolls.
Can this be used well in a home gym for yoga, etc..:I’m wanting a hardwood look with a softer feel.
Our Wood Dance rolls are perfect for home gym / yoga use.
I have a concrete floor. Do you recommend 3/8" high density foam underlayment for this flooring, similar to normal Marley floors, or is the underlayment not needed/recommended with this product?
You can use the roll on it's own or put down further underlayment if you'd like, depending on your needs.
Can wood dance rolls be installed over bedroom carpet?
No, you will need a level, sturdy subfloor underneath.
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