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Our blog articles are a plentiful source of information in regards to athletic and multi-purpose flooring. Read on to learn about our specialties and for tips about the many surfacing projects we can help you with.
When choosing sports flooring, we pay close attention to how it’s made, how its construction can improve play and protect the athlete’s joints. We also consider its appearance and whether the surface will make for easy maintenance. These considerations explain why...read more
Case Study – Metropolitan Ballet Academy ChallengeThe Metropolitan Ballet Academy (Montreal, Quebec) is a school that specialises in the training of classical dance for dance enthusiasts between the ages of three and seventy. Gaining in popularity but limited in...read more
Fitness centres must always have rubber flooring to resist the wear and tear of everyday use and to meet the needs of heavy equipment and free weights such as kettlebells and dumbbells. Today, there is a new exercise trend being offered in gyms that is included in...read more
The Bernie Morelli Recreation Centre in central Hamilton was highly anticipated by the community. The centre is named after the late Bernie Morelli, who had a goal of building a state-of-the-art sports complex specifically geared towards seniors. The Bernie Morelli...read more
The Manège Militaire des Voltigeurs de Québec [Voltigeurs de Quebec Armoury] was built between 1885 and 1888. The architecture is of French style, designed to resemble the castles of the 14th and 15th century. The main purpose of the Quebec City Armoury was to house...read more
Sainte-Foy CEGEP [College] was equipped with installations dating back to when it was built in 1967 and needed a complete change of their sports flooring to meet today’s needs. The sports activities service of the school offers a vast choice of sports disciplines and...read more
It’s winter. It’s cold. We’re all very conscious at this time of year that it’s important to bundle up with multiple layers to protect ourselves from the elements. Poured polyurethane sports floors take the same approach, benefiting from the properties of their...read more
When looking at the characteristics of synthetic flooring such as sheet vinyl for a new sports surfacing project, many different factors have to be considered as they can affect the performance and the functionality of the floor covering. That is why there are...read more
Enhance the look of your gymnasium floor covering by showing off your facility’s logo. With your logo as a focal point, you will create an even more inviting atmosphere in your sports flooring space. At the same time, you will strengthen your branding and image,...read more
It’s that time of year again. That moment in time when the grass and asphalt goes, but makes room for resilient flooring! We’re losing our easy access to the great outdoors and the cold forces us to turn towards indoor fitness centres to keep in shape during the...read more
Resilient. Sprung. Cushioned. Supple. Flexible. Elastic. Absorbing. No matter what term you use, they all mean “to spring back into its initial shape after bending, stretching or being compressed”, all highly desirable features when looking for a sports floor. It is...read more
On a man’s face, it’s called “five o’clock shadow”. It’s that rough dark stubble of facial hair that may appear on his face in late afternoon, signalling the need for another shave. On some sports flooring, it’s an ongoing problem that even a razor can’t fix! In the...read more