What type of flooring for garage used as a dance room/gym?

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Old 08-02-05, 10:01 AM
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What type of flooring for garage used as a dance room/gym?

I live in So. California and am putting in a dance room/gym into my existing garage. I am trying to figure out the best-looking flooring material to put down that looks like wood and has a very smooth surface. Does anyone know of a vinyl or linoleum that looks similar to a wood or wood color? I want to be able to park the car on it, too. undefined
 
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Old 08-03-05, 01:35 PM
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I don't have a suggestion for product use but I do have a warning: Your car tires will be so hot after driving that they may melt most types of vinyl flooring.
 
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Old 08-21-05, 11:50 PM
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cork is great for dancing

i agree about the problem with parking your car in that space. but if you're looking for a good floor for dancing, i would definitely recommend cork.. its soft on the feet and look really nice (i think its actually wood, or from what i read, bark). If you really into viny with a wood look congoleum vinyl planks have nice wood patterns...check out xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 

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Old 08-24-05, 05:37 PM
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Dance/gym floorin garage

You need a "floating floor". There are links to sites on the web. Just type in ballet floors, at your search site. You really shouldn't dance or work out on cement, it will hurt & harm your body. Especially if you plan to leap or jump, even run a a lot. There are lots of kits available for homeowners. Some are portable, so you can move them to use the space for something else.

Let me know how you do with this. I may copy-cat you!

Lafaralla (an adult ballet student for 13 years)
 
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