There are two types of anchored wood flooring systems: Fixed Resilient Systems and Fixed Wood Systems. Their differences are below.
Fixed Wood Flooring Systems
– Resiliency, + Stability
Fixed systems are mechanically fastened to the concrete substrate, providing a stable subfloor system. As a result, these systems offer outstanding buckle resistance, but provide minimal resilience.
Fixed Resilient Wood Flooring Systems
+ Resiliency, + Stability
Combines the stabilizing benefits of anchored subfloors and the resiliency of floating systems. The wide arrays of fixed resilient floors help fit your particular activities, level of play, budget and facility size.