Harpeth Hall Green patch
May 12, 2016

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

Highland Oaks court installation
September 22, 2015

Installing a New Basketball Court

So, you’ve decided to put a new wood gym floor in your facility.  Now what?  A lot of people don’t know the process that takes place in order to make that new gym floor into a reality. A common misconception about installing a new wood gym floor is how long it takes.  Most people think Read More

patching a wood floor
August 25, 2015

Patching a Wood Floor

One reason we love wood gym floors so much is that they are easier to repair than a synthetic floor – and usually, we can make that repair invisible once we are done.  However, that process can be more time-consuming or expensive than some clients want.  Sometimes shortcuts are requested.  This blog will explain what Read More

paragould gym water damage
August 8, 2015

Paragould Community Center gym repair in final stages

By Lara Mosley reporter@paragoulddailypress.com The Paragould Community Center Gym is in the finishing stages of repairs. Workers from Sports Floors Inc., out of Memphis, Tenn., started laying the new floor Friday afternoon. “We’re looking at a good two weeks to a month,” said Pat Austin, parks and recreations director for the city, when asked when the Read More

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August 4, 2015

Purchasing Co-Ops: TIPS

Although we posted a while back about a purchasing co-op called NJPA, we also wanted to talk about another co-op that several of our clients use: TIPS Purchasing Cooperative (www.tips-usa.com).  Below is more information about this co-op and how it can benefit your organization. Frequently Asked Questions    What is TIPS? TIPS is an acronym for Read More

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July 28, 2015

New Ferriday gym hits snag

NATCHEZ – Ferriday Junior High School students might have to wait a while for their new gym. While the demolition of the old gym may be finished before school starts on August 10, the new gym has hit a snag. “We’ve got some floor damage as a result of carelessness with a sprinkler system,” Thomas Read More

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July 10, 2015

Paragould Community Center gym construction slowed by rain

Courtesy of KAIT PARAGOULD, AR (KAIT) – An already damaged community center is suffering more after rain poured over Region 8 this week. The Paragould Community Center’s gym is closed because of construction, but the rain is slowing down the process. The gym was already under construction because of water seeping through the walls and under the Read More

eldon middle school gym
June 24, 2015

Eldon Middle School gym gets facelift

Courtesy of The Lake Today School has only been out for less than a month, but already the summer of 2015 has been one of renovation and rebuilding for the Eldon School District. In addition to the massive overhaul of Eldon High School’s fine arts building, new hardwood floor is being installed at the Eldon Read More

paragould gym water damage
June 22, 2015

Paragould Community Center gym closed due to water damage

By Lara Mosely reporter@paragoulddailypress.com The Paragould Community Center gym is closed until further notice due to water damage. Pat Austin, parks and recreation director for the city, said Monday that the damage was caused by melted ice during the last ice storm in March. She said a large pile of ice laid against the building that Read More

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June 15, 2015

NCAA Rule Change: Restricted Area Arc

Last week, the NCAA announced a rule change regarding the restricted area arc for men’s competition basketball.  Below is all the information you need to understand how this may impact your organization. Question: What is the rules change? Answer: The NCAA Men’s Basketball Rules Committee approved a proposal to expand the restricted area arc from 3′ to Read More

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May 12, 2015

Purchasing Co-Ops: NJPA

Purchasing Co-ops can be hard to understand.  We know – we had trouble understanding them ourselves at first.  However, once we dove in to our first co-op, NJPA (National Joint Powers Alliance), we realized this is a mostly untapped resource that could save our customers time, money, and headaches. Co-ops take the headache out of Read More