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Gym Floor Restoration

Gym Floor Restoration

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What Type of Gym Floor Maintenance Do I Need?

Gym floor restoration involves the following:
  • Screen and Re-coat : Buffing the surface of the floor so that the new finish will adhere well to it, then applying 1 to 2 coats of fresh finish.
  • Sand and Refinish: Sanding the floor down to bare wood, removing (using a riding sander) all finish, gamelines, logo and sealer- then sealing the bare wood, painting new logo and new gamelines then applying fresh finish coats.

What Type of Gym Floor Maintenance Do I Need?

Gym floor restoration involves the following:

  1. Screen and Re-coat : Buffing the surface of the floor so that the new finish will adhere well to it, then applying 1 to 2 coats of fresh finish.
  2. Sand and Refinish: Sanding the floor down to bare wood, removing (using a riding sander) all finish, gamelines, logo and sealer- then sealing the bare wood, painting new logo and new gamelines then applying fresh finish coats.

 

How Often Does My Floor Need Refinishing?

Your gymnasium floor goes through a lot of wear and tear so we recommend having it refinished every 8 to 10 years. Allied Products also offers annual maintenance to your gym floor. We call it a screen and recoat. During this process, we remove the existing finish and reapply two new coats. No game lines are affected during a screen and recoat and your floor has beautiful luster once again!

 

Experts in Gym Floor Restoration

Your hardwood flooring is a big investment that will last you a lifetime. So it’s important to have it properly cared for. Allied Products will come to your facility, inspect your flooring and provide you with a free estimate on your gym floor restoration. We’ve installed and refinished hundreds of flooring all across the US and we’d be happy to add beauty and life back into your gym flooring, so contact us today!

Gymnasium Floor Maintenance

After having your gym floor resurfaced, there are steps you can take to properly maintain it.
  1. Sweep daily: Use a properly treated dust mop. If the floor receives a lot of traffic, we recommend sweeping it up to three times a day.
  2. Wipe up spills: Wood is porous and will absorb any moisture, causing it to expand, so always clean up any moisture on the flooring as soon as possible.
  3. Be mindful of the humidity: Maintain your indoor humidity between 35% and 50% year-round. In areas of consistently high or low outside humidity, a 15% fluctuation will not adversely affect maple.
  4. Always protect your flooring: When moving heavy portable equipment, lifts or bleachers, make sure they don’t have crowned wheels or wheels that include center ridges remaining from the molding process. These types of wheels can create very significant point loads, damaging floors.
  5. Do not use any chemicals: Household cleaners can be harmful to the floor finish and it could leave your floors sticky or slippery.
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