Maintain the right environment for
August 31, 2020

Maintain the Right Environment For Your Gym Floor

High-quality wood gym floors, like ones installed by Sports Floors, Inc., are sensitive to the setting they are in. Thankfully, there are definite steps you can take to maintain the right environment for your gym floor. This includes controlled humidity, temperature, air quality, and keeping water, dirt and debris off your gym floor. Sports Floors, Read More

Gym Floor Myths
July 31, 2020

Gym Floor Myths

Your hardwood gym floor is a significant investment in your facility, and it is the focal point and most used component. Like any investment, you have to take care of it to protect the value. If you don’t know the basics of care or have heard so much competing information that it can’t be true, Read More

June 30, 2020

Top Trends In Gym Floors

When it comes to a person’s experience in a gym or athletic arena, one of the main areas of focus is on the floor. Whether it’s a beautifully finished maple wood floor or a vibrant synthetic surface, the floor adds a great deal of value to the building and is the most used piece of Read More

Scheduling Your Gym Floor Maintenance
April 29, 2020

Scheduling Your Gym Floor Maintenance

A new gym floor is a big investment for any athletic facility, and it’s always worth doing the right way. Whether you’re installing a brand new gym floor in a new facility or maintaining one that’s been well-loved, timing is everything! When it comes to scheduling your gym floor work, you need to understand how Read More

Types and Benefits of Gym Floor Covers
April 7, 2020

Types and Benefits of Gym Floor Covers

A high-quality gym floor is a significant investment for your facility. However, many common activities, such as commencements, proms, conventions and other special events pose a risk for wood floors. Without proper care, your floors can get scuffed and scraped by equipment, furniture, and chairs, as well as street shoes. If food and drinks are Read More

Patching a Wood Floor
March 15, 2020

Patching a Wood Floor

Damage to your gym floor can be frustrating, but there are events beyond the owners control that can cause major problems with your gym floor. See the causes below, and how Sports Floors, Inc. can patch and repair your gym floor to make it safe and playable again for your athletes. After an inspection by Read More

Dirt on Your Gym Floors: Solving the Mystery
January 27, 2020

Dirt on Your Gym Floors: Solving the Mystery

At Sports Floors, Inc, we get excited about jobs well done, especially when they help become their best selves and stay. It’s even more satisfying when there is a mystery to be solved. Check out this recent maintenance project we did for the McKenzie Special School District and find out how we ended up solving Read More

How To Maintain Your Wooden Floor
January 3, 2020

How To Maintain Your Wooden Floor

A new gym floor is a big investment for any athletic facility, and it’s one you’ll want to protect by caring for it properly. Sadly, there are many misconceptions about basic care for wood floors in particular, so they may not receive the proper maintenance they need. Many people end up doing too much—or don’t Read More

Why You Need to Update Your Floor
November 1, 2019

Why You Need to Update Your Floor

Top Reasons to Replace Your Gym Floor  Both Synthetic and hardwood athletic floors can last for years, and decades, if they’re taken care of properly. However, no floor can last forever, and you’ll eventually need to update or replace your gym flooring systems. Sports Floors, Inc offers guidance and expert floor replacement and restoration services Read More

Ole Miss outdoor court
August 30, 2019

Indoor vs. Outdoor Courts

Same Game, Different Courts While the iconic and timeless home of basketball is a hardwood court with high ceilings and bright lights, most of us probably had our first experience playing basketball on an outdoor court with some friends. There are a lot of clear differences between indoor and outdoor courts, from material to how Read More

University of Memphis – Laurie Walton Family Basketball Center
June 5, 2019

NCAA Passes 3-Point Line Adjustment

The National Collegiate Athletics Association’s (NCAA) men’s basketball rules committee has officially voted in favor of a proposal to move the 3-point line back more than a foot. The new rule will set the new 3-point line at the same distance as the current international basketball distance, at 22 feet, 1 ¾ inches. Currently, the Read More

Jacksonville High School
May 14, 2019

Choosing a Floor Design

Any time you start an important project, the number of flooring options can be intimidating. At Sports Floors, Inc., we know that you want a durable floor system designed for your specific needs. When it comes to choosing the best design for your flooring project, there are several important factors to keep in mind. How Read More