Vinyl dance floors offer a safe, comfortable and slip-resistant performance space for all types of dance. They’re affordable, easy to install and can quickly transform a standard room into a professional dance space. Furthermore, foam-sprung vinyl floors offer added shock-absorption, making them a cost-effective alternative to a traditional wood sprung floor.
Vinyl dance floors start at just £9.80 per m², which, compared to a sprung floor starting price of around £70 per m², is much more affordable. Vinyl floors can be economically self-installed and can transform almost any space into a professional dance studio. Despite the low cost, vinyl floors like our Nocturne™ Dance Floor are highly durable and can withstand many years of regular use. In fact, many of our customers are still using their original vinyl dance floor more than 10 years after installation.
Vinyl dance floors provide a slip-resistant surface that’s safe and comfortable to perform on. Whether you’re performing ballet, tap, Irish street, modern, or any other dance style, a vinyl floor can give a dancer the confident grip they need.
Furthermore, whereas most dance floors are smooth, floors like our Sonata™ Ballet and Sonata™ Foam have an added texture that’s ideal for Ballet. This subtle embossing gives ballerinas the faultless control they require, especially en pointe.
Install permanently or roll out when needed
Most vinyl dance floors can be rolled out on-demand (loose laid) or fully installed for permanent use. This versatility makes them ideal for busy studios as well as temporary venues and shared spaces.
A durable floor, like Nocturne™, is ideal for permanent installations. It’s tough, long-lasting and suitable for a variety of dance styles. In contrast, a more flexible and portable floor like Harmony™ is perfect for shared studio spaces. Harmony lays flat from the roll and be rolled up and stored when not in use. However, it is worth noting that larger rolls can be heavy, so care must be taken when moving and storing.
NEW: Foam-sprung vinyl offers shock absorption
Commonly used for Ballet, foam-sprung vinyl floors offer added shock-absorption. They’re often an affordable alternative to a fully-fitted wood sprung floor and can make dancing a lot more comfortable. Furthermore, floors like Sonata Foam are easy to install, amazing to perform on and can be laid directly onto most existing hard surfaces, even concrete.