Creative Ways to Use Stain

Creative Ways to Use Stain

Whether you’re at a high school, college, or rec center, your gym floor is one of the highlights of your athletic department. A well-designed athletic floor can energize your audience, improve your team’s performance, and add passion to the sport.  At Sports Floors, Inc., we’ve come a long way from the traditional, single-color wood floors… Read More

Selling Sponsorships On Your Sports Floor

Are you looking for a way to make more money off your recent sports floor investment? Sports Floors, Inc. is here to help you learn how! Offering advertising space on your athletic court is a great way to boost your program’s income and support your local economy. By sourcing local businesses, you can build mutually… Read More

Water-Based Finish vs. Oil-Based Finish

Oil vs. Water Taking care of your sports floors can come with many decisions, and when you’re investing in the practicality and aesthetics of your gym, you want to be sure you’re making the right ones. One of the decisions you’ll be making is between water-based vs. oil-based finishes, both of which have pros and… Read More

Sports Floors: Certified Local & Women-Owned

Sports Floors: Certified Local & Women-Owned

At Sports Floors, Inc., we go the extra mile. Since Paulette Heney took over as president and owner in 2020, we’ve been working to make the Sports Floors experience even better for our customers across the Mid-South.  That’s why we are so proud to announce that we are officially a Certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise and… Read More

How To Know When To Sand Your Floors

How To Know When To Sand Your Floors

Everyone loves the squeak of sneakers on a well-maintained gym floor. That sound reminds fans to stand up and cheer to support their team or daydream about the good old days when they were on the court. There is something so simple about that sound, but it wouldn’t be possible without a high-quality properly maintained… Read More

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Benefits of a Screen and Recoat

When you think of sports like basketball, you might hear the squeaking of sneakers on a hardwood basketball court. When the game is on the line, you want coaches to have the right space to work with their teams, challenge their abilities, and dominate in the competition. The court is where the magic happens, and… Read More

Facts About Maple Floors

When it comes to high-quality hardwood flooring, Sports Floors Inc. has you covered. However, you might still want to know what goes into making the materials, where it comes from, and what exactly makes your flooring better than the rest. We understand that completely! Our team is committed to providing you with the information and… Read More

How to Properly Maintain Your Gym Floor

How to Properly Maintain Your Gym Floor

Did you know that a typical gym floor can see hundreds of pounds of dirt per year? That means that regular maintenance is absolutely essential to keep your floor in good shape! Keeping your gym floor clean does much more than keeping up appearances. Let’s look at how to properly maintain your gym floor and… Read More

Winter and How it Affects Your Gymnasium Floor

Winter can be a gamble here in the Mid-South. We are no strangers to feeling the brunt of all four seasons in one day, which can make it difficult to determine the best method of maintaining your gymnasium floor. Indoor activities ramp up in the winter months, which means your gym floors are sure to… Read More

Delta Charter has new gym floor — again

For the second time in two years, Delta Charter has a new gym floor. Sports Floors Inc., of Memphis just laid down a second new gym floor at Delta Charter after back-to-back winter storms in February caused a leak in the roof, ruining the first new gym floor. “I thought I had seen the last… Read More

The History of Basketball Courts

The History of Basketball Courts

Basketball has come a long way since Dr. James Naismith invented the game in the 1890s, and so have the courts that it’s played on! Though now a hardwood gym floor in a stadium-type setting is the standard, throughout the years basketball has been played on everything from cement to fields to running tracks! While… Read More