wood basketball floor
May 31, 2018

Wood vs. Synthetic Flooring

Today’s sports world is fraught with turnover. To accurately calculate the cost of your sports surface over its life cycle depends on a combination of factors, including investments in installation and maintenance. At Sports Floors, we know that it’s hard to find a college basketball coach who stays loyal to their program when faced with Read More

Wood vs. Synthetic Flooring

Today’s sports world is fraught with turnover. To accurately calculate the cost of your sports surface over its life cycle depends on a combination of factors, including investments in installation and maintenance. At Sports Floors, we know that it’s hard to find a college basketball coach who stays loyal to their program when faced with Read More

Starkville basketball floor
April 18, 2018

Using Your Court as a Branding Tool

There are tremendous branding opportunities that basketball courts allow for both their teams and their sponsors. These opportunities have helped to create the spark behind a growing list of unique court designs in the NBA and NCAA, and even in high schools. Sports Floors has helped Tulane University and the Memphis Hustle of the NBA Read More

Using Your Court as a Branding Tool

There are tremendous branding opportunities that basketball courts allow for both their teams and their sponsors. These opportunities have helped to create the spark behind a growing list of unique court designs in the NBA and NCAA, and even in high schools. Sports Floors has helped Tulane University and the Memphis Hustle of the NBA Read More

Floor Protection
November 6, 2017

Gym Floor Covers

Wood gym floors are very versatile and can host a plethora of events.  However, in some cases, extra precautions need to be taken to protect the floor from damage.  High heeled shoes, tables and chairs without padded legs, and podiums can scratch or dent a wood floor.  Sports Floors recommends using a gym floor cover Read More

St Benedict at Auburndale gym floor
October 30, 2017

Dirty Gym Floors Are Dangerous

Keeping your floor clean A dirty gym floor doesn’t just look bad, it’s also hazardous for your athletes. A floor covered with dust, dirt, and debris can cause athletes to slip, twist an ankle and get seriously injured in a number of different ways. Not only that, when dirt collects on a gym floor, it Read More

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September 6, 2017

New High School Basketball Rule Change for 2017-2018

Rule 1-13-2 : Adding New Coaching Box Lines In accordance with rule 1-13-2, the coaching box shall be outlined the side of the court on which the scorer’s and timer’s table and team benches are located. The area shall be bounded by a line drawn 28 feet from the end line towards the Division line. At Read More

Hurricane Harvey
September 5, 2017

Flood and Water Damage from Hurricane Harvery

Water on Your Gym Floor Hurricane Harvey brought heavy rains and flooding never seen before in Texas and the Southeast. Naturally, there is big chance that water came in to contact with your gym floor.  If you suspect this may have happened, act quickly! Even if there doesn’t appear to be visible damage, water often settles Read More

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May 12, 2016

What is Damaging Your Maple Gym Floor – Campus Rec Magazine

Original article at http://campusrecmag.com/what-is-damaging-your-maple-gym-floor/   Six things that could be causing damage to your maple gym floor. After performing over 200 field inspections on maple gym floors in North America over the last 20 years, a few takeaways have been the most common ways to damage your maple gym floor: Using tape for temporary markings. Using Read More

mopping a floor for dust

What is Damaging Your Maple Gym Floor – Campus Rec Magazine

Original article at http://campusrecmag.com/what-is-damaging-your-maple-gym-floor/   Six things that could be causing damage to your maple gym floor. After performing over 200 field inspections on maple gym floors in North America over the last 20 years, a few takeaways have been the most common ways to damage your maple gym floor: Using tape for temporary markings. Using Read More

Harpeth Hall Green patch

Sanding Your Gym Floor

Sanding Your Gym Floor In my opinion, the most interesting projects we get to do are sand jobs.  They are usually the most drastic before and after stories that don’t involve going from a concrete slab to a wood floor (as new installs do).  You see a floor go from drab, a little yellow, with Read More

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February 9, 2016

Caring For Your Wood Floor

Caring for Your Wood Floor “How do I take care of my wood floor?” This is probably the question we hear the most.  And it’s a good one.  When this question goes un-asked, those floors almost always have problems pop up down the road – problems that could have easily been prevented with proper care Read More

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