we just recently changed the flooring in our studio, and we ended up getting estimates from several flooring companies in the area. Ultimately, there are only few manufacturers, and it will be a matter of getting the best package deal with installation and all that stuff.
I agree with Karin. Check around your area and see who can give you the best deal. Personally, I have been to similar spaces to your and they also had concrete floor. It worked fine for running, boot camps and other classes, but of course that’s what those owners preferred for their places.
Good luck with your search!
Here are a few links to check out:
Wishing You Great Success!
Have you checked your local and surrounding area Craigslist postings?
Chances are you’d save a ton of money compared to buying the flooring brand new, but obviously you’d want to make sure the flooring for sale is still in good condition.
If you’d prefer brand new flooring, I’d recommend you get a quote from Perform Better. I’ve had great experiences with their customer support staff and am a huge fan of them as an online distributor. Here’s a link to the “Rubber Flooring, Turf & Wall Padding” department of their site:
Best of luck finding a good deal!
Hello Anthony Carracino,
Thank you for choosing to soften the concrete surface which would help prevent health problems down the road. Many people have hidden intrinsic issues even the doctors don’t pick up on until symptoms occur.
You may get some great insight speaking with the gymnastics places’ and schools’ staff. Those places have great flooring in their activity spaces.
I would also do as the others suggest…
check out every floor and fitness supply company in your area along with the sites listed here.
Thanks again for taking care of your clients.