Flooring


Products That Work

Never Get Called on the Carpet

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Products that Work

Selecting the Right Dance Flooring

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Harlequin Floors

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

Harlequin Floors Solves Problems for UArts

This article originally appeared in the College Planning & Management November 2013 issue of Spaces4Learning.

Forbo flooring

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

District Wins Honors Without Hurting Bottom Line

This article originally appeared in the School Planning & Management November 2013 issue of Spaces4Learning.

Nathan Bishop Middle School Makes Transformation with Help From Acentech

Real-World Solutions (Tech Upgrade)

Nathan Bishop Middle School Makes Transformation with Help From Acentech

This article originally appeared in the School Planning & Management August 2013 issue of Spaces4Learning.

School Floors

It's Not the Destination, It's the Journey.

Using floors as a way-finding method.

This article originally appeared in the School Planning & Management August 2013 issue of Spaces4Learning.

Make Mine Modular

As colleges and universities focus on strategies to make their campuses more sustainable, they are increasingly turning to green flooring products such as carpet tiles. While many schools are still installing traditional broadloom carpeting, they are using carpet tiles on floors that were once covered with vinyl or other hard surfaces, such as those in classrooms.

More Than Just a Floor

Whatever the grade level or supplier, safety for budding dancers’ joints and durability is paramount. Add affordability and versatility — that is, a system that accommodates a range of movements, routines and dance genres — and the right fl

A Spring in Their Steps

There are many options and factors to consider when selecting the right flooring for dance and performance spaces. For example, what material is best for the types of dance your program teaches, or could teach in order to grow the program in the future? Also, is your structural subfloor sealed, and above, at, or below grade? That matters because an unsealed, below-grade slab can swell or warp your dance floor by drawing up moisture from the ground.