Hardwood Floors For Sports' Courts
The hardwood floors are well known and used in sports courts, so if you plan to make a basketball court, volleyball, squash. If you are going to put a bowling alley or a dance hall, and it has cost you to find a company with experience in the installation of your hardwood floors. We recommend you to contact Evergreen Hardwood Floors as a licensed flooring installer.
Why is the wooden floor used in this type of sports already mentioned?
Basketball, squash, and volleyball are a game that requires a lot of movement and fright on the part of the players and the ball itself, so they compete on wooden courts. Is packaged under pressure which makes the surface smooth, no cracks and counteracts accidents at the time of a union that provides a flat surface and without obstacles, other benefits are, for example:
- A decrease in force/impact.
- Control of information.
- bounced ball
- Decrease before uncontrolled displacement
- Behavior before rotation
A covered basketball court uses a maple wood floor or hard maple, this type of wood is what we can usually find in the stadiums of the NBA. For being a dense wood with fine fibers, so it is resistant and does not splinter, so it is durable and requires little maintenance. But hard maple is not recommended on outdoor courts.
Dancing on a hardwood floor
In artistic dances or ballet, Hardwood Floors are an option because they are soft, light and the acoustics are very good, for example, they have a tap, the wooden floor helps to have better acoustics, a better grip, and softness to avoid any injury. Floating wooden floors are ideal because they are placed without nailing, screwing and without touching the ground, so it is entirely smooth and ready to use. We give you options of finishes, for this type of flooring we usually give a semi-gloss or gloss finish, for its shiny finish but they are not the only options.
If you have any questions about commercial hardwood flooring product and installation, call us at (408) 509-8627 or (408) 333-9771.
- Wendy Garcia