Gary B. purchased some Rosco Adagio dance flooring from us for his professional dance studio. Here’s what he had to say:
“We purchased rolls of marley flooring to put in our dance studio in our tap room. The installation went very well. We followed your customer rep’s suggestions. The actual installation was completed in about five hours.”
Did you have any difficulty installing the product?
“The only difficulty was taping the marley underneath rather than on top. We prefer to have the tape underneath as tape on the top tends to catch on tap shoes and get curled.”
We asked Gary if he is happy with the product.
“We are very happy with the product and will be purchasing more marley for an additional dance room that will be completed this fall. This was purchased for a dance school business. This room is used for tap, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, and lyrical dance.”
Would you recommend this dance floor to your friends?
“Yes, we would definitely recommend this to friends. Your customer service we very helpful and complete. The shipping was well coordinated and timely.”
Thank you, Gary. We’re glad you had a pleasant experience with our company. We look forward to working with you in the future.
If you happen to find yourself in Coralville, IA, be sure to stop in at New Moon Fitness.
Teresa H. has installed our MaxTile modular tiles as the flooring for their commercial gym facility.
“We wanted a floor covering for a 1st floor cement slab,” she says. “We laid down 3/8” rubber underlayment underneath.”
MaxTile is a wonderful all-around modular floor tile. Its durability makes it one of our most popular and best-selling products. The wood or stone-look vinyl top gives your floor a high-end appearance while still providing durability and toughness at a reasonable price point. It is rugged enough for commercial applications like Teresa’s and waterproof so it can be used in a variety of different rooms like basements. Many people even use the MaxTile as a portable dance floor. MaxTiles are made in the USA.
“We installed the floor in a few hours,” Teresa says. “Rolled out a strip of underlayment, then snapped in a row of tiles and repeated the process across the floor. Two rows of tiles had to be cut to fit around doors. Cutting was easy with our table saw.”
Installing the MaxTile floor is simple. You just lay the pieces together and snap them in place. You need no glue so you can pull the floor up whenever you want and lay it down later. The connection tabs are designed tough enough for repeated assemblies and disassemblies.
Teresa seems happy with the product. We’ll let her tell you:
“Love this product. Easy to install and tough. I do slamball exercises with heavy medicine balls and drop dumbbells, and not a dent. Even if one needed to be replaced, the snap in style of the tile will make it pretty easy to do. We’ll be ordering more to fill out the office and closet when they’re finished.”
MaxTiles can be laid over any hard, flat surface and can even lay directly on concrete. For applications like Teresa’s, we strongly suggest a rubber underlayment like she used. This will provide an extra layer of cushion between the floor and the surface of the tiles. It also helps with sound dampening. These vinyl tiles come with a ten year residential warranty.
“We have already recommended it, “Teresa says. “Including to several contractors who are doing some additional remodeling for us and had never seen the product before.”
Thank you, Teresa. We’re sure you’ll be enjoying MaxTiles for years to come.
Call Greatmats at 877-822-6622.