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If you have recently built a new sports hall, or your current sports floor is looking and feeling tired, the best thing to do is install a new sports hall floor.

Sports halls, by their nature, see a lot of wear and tear on the flooring, whether you have vinyl flooring, timber floors, or hybrid gym flooring.

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Fitting sports flooring may seem like something that you can do yourself; however, this is not the case. It is important to ensure that you achieve a professional finish on any vinyl sports hall flooring or any other type of flooring. 

This will ensure that there are no gaps and that the flooring will meet all health and safety standards.

Below we give more information regarding our services and the importance of good quality sports hall flooring.

Who Are We?

At The Flooring Installers, we pride ourselves on the sports flooring we install of the highest possible quality. Our installation process has been perfected over decades of installing flooring systems for sports halls.

All of our sports flooring installers are trained in current health and safety regulations in addition to installation processes. We can support you through every step of the purchasing and installation process for your new sports hall floor.

Accredited Sports Hall Flooring Installers

All of our staff have completed the same high level of training, receiving accreditation in safe handling, movement, and installation of each type of sports flooring that we have available. 

We guarantee that all staff maintain their training and qualifications throughout their period of employment with our company.

15 Years Experience in Nationwide Flooring

We have almost two decades of experience in installing sports hall floors; during this time, we have installed everything from vinyl floors and indoor hockey flooring to gym flooring and sports hall flooring protection.

Due to the variety of flooring systems we have installed, you can be sure that you will receive first-class service no matter what you order from us. 

We will also travel to your location, so please get in touch with our friendly customer services team for the options we have available.

Why Choose Us for Your Sports Hall Floor?

We have a wide range of sports floors available, covering sporting and non-sporting activities. We offer floors with lasting durability for gyms and indoor sports across the UK; we guarantee safety and protection when using our floors.

Whether you are installing your first sport floor or replacing a floor that looks worn or has poor performance, we can help you. 

Indoor sports floors are essential to offer protection when using gym equipment in the UK. Rubber floors in a gym reduce the risk of injury and damage to other surfaces.

The floors we offer are durable and, due to the shock absorption offered by most floors, will offer increased performance due to less impact on the joints of those using the floors.

We can help you to create the perfect floor solution for your sporting needs, enabling you to offer sports clubs, accommodate athletes, and improve performance in sporting events.

The surfaces we install, from vinyl to hardwood, oak and polyurethane, will be durable enough to add furniture to your floors. You can add chairs for sports events and tables if needed; table tennis tables will not damage any of the surfaces we offer.

All of our flooring options are suitable for sporting events in schools and suitable for PE lessons. Specialist flooring solutions are also available if you contact us to discuss your needs.

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What is Sports Hall Flooring?

The sports hall floor is the most important part of setting up any new sports hall; if this is not installed correctly, or is of low quality, then the risks of injury are high. Sports lessons in schools will require appropriate floors that are suitable for a range of sporting activities.

You will also need to ensure that any sport is completed on a floor that is durable and safe to be used by students and other users. The surface of the floor will need to provide value for money also, which is important when accounting for either school authorities or shareholders.

Ensuring that you can supply the users of any sports floor with a surface that is safe to use and that can be used for any specialist equipment they want to use is important. 

If you are adding equipment to any type of wood or vinyl surface, it is essential to ensure that the surface has some form of protection to avoid damage.

If you are interested in a specific sport or sporting equipment, you can improve your performance by ensuring you use the right type of floor for your sport. 

The right surface can give you the necessary space to work on your sport performance and create a safe performance area for the use of sport equipment.

Types of Sports Hall Floors

There are several types of sports floors available; the surface types we offer are:

Timber - timber floors offer extensive durability and the ability to create a workout space. Timber is an easy-to-source material for floors meaning that you can order a timber floor for any size of sport hall. We will arrange the delivery of the timber and the installation of your floor.

Timber is also referred to as hardwood or wood floor and can be made of several types of wood. Oak is known for its durability, so you can be sure that a timber floor will last for years to come and is an excellent solution for sports surfaces.

Polyurethane - polyurethane (PU) is one of the most common types of floor used for sport. The maintenance of a polyurethane floor is easy, as is the protection offered as a scratch-resistant surface. You can place chairs and other equipment on a polyurethane floor without worrying about the polyurethane becoming damaged.

Again, we can deliver and install your polyurethane and offer maintenance assistance and advice to keep the polyurethane looking its best. As with timber, you can be sure the surfaces will last for years with the correct maintenance to keep the floors in peak condition.

Vinyl - As an alternative to both polyurethane and timber, some sports halls will use vinyl instead. In comparison to polyurethane, vinyl has more elasticity and, therefore, will offer better performance for certain sports.

Vinyl is less durable than a polyurethane floor; however, it is better suited for certain sports. We can discuss your needs with you prior to placing an order; we will discuss the uses and maintenance options for your needs to help you decide if polyurethane or vinyl is required.

National Sports Hall Flooring Installation

We have installed floors nationally for almost twenty years; we can provide all of the services you require. 

This includes national delivery and installation of all types of floors for sport; we will provide advice and support regarding the maintenance of the surfaces to ensure that you get the best performance from the materials you order.

If you are interested in any of the floors that we offer or would like more information about the performance and durability of any of the surfaces, please get in touch with us for advice.

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Sports Hall Flooring Cost

There are a number of factors that will affect the cost of sports flooring; we have listed some of these factors below:

  • The size of the sports hall

  • The material you choose to use for the sports floor

  • If you would like additions such as court numbers, pitch markings, etc.

  • If you are adding sports hall floor protection or scratch resistance

Choosing the type of sports flooring for your sports halls will make a difference to the price you are quoted, so this is the first decision you should make. 

Whether you are choosing timber floors, vinyl flooring, fitness flooring, or a combination of gym flooring that offers a safe, cushioned surface and an option for non-sporting activities, we can help.

Knowing which sports flooring you are interested in will allow us to work out the best value for your sports floor and installation costs. We offer a full range of services, including delivery and installation for all indoor sports flooring.

Benefits of Sports Hall Flooring

Sports hall flooring and gym flooring offer a number of benefits to those who are using sports halls. The benefits include shock absorption when playing sports, it is quiet underfoot and can be used for both sporting and non-sporting activities.

You can add scratch resistance to the sports floor to ensure that it lasts longer. However, our full range of sports floors are durable and can be used for a range of sports. You can also add retractable seating, if needed, to allow sports games and matches to be carried out in your sports hall or gym.

The durability of our floor range, from vinyl to hardwood, will enable optimum performance and ensure that you do not need to spend excessive amounts of money replacing the floor. We also offer sports hall floor protection to maintain the surface of your flooring.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below we have given some information regarding the most commonly asked questions from our customers. If you have additional questions or would like more information, please speak to one of our team to resolve this.

What type of flooring would you choose for a Sports Hall?

There are numerous types of sports hall flooring solutions available; the most commonly used is a hardwood floor with lacquer over it or a floor made of polyurethane. In addition to being durable, this type of flooring can be easily cleaned and buffed to remove any marks.

What is the flooring called that comes in a roll?

The sports flooring that is available in a roll is rubber roll flooring; the benefit of this type of flooring is that you can cut the roll to the exact specifications of your room. This means that this flooring type can be more cost-effective than buying far more than is needed due to the packaging options of other flooring types.

What is the cheapest flooring to have installed?

Vinyl flooring is the cheapest option for installation as a sports hall floor currently in the UK. This option is durable and offers a safe surface for sports floors; however, there is not as much durability as with polyurethane.

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To get a free, no-obligation quote for any of the range of flooring systems we have available; please contact us today. We will discuss the options, cost, and timeframes of the flooring solutions you are interested in.

Before placing your order, we will support you in making the decision about the type of material that will work best for your needs. We will also provide delivery and installation information, and professional installers will ensure that all floors are in place and safe before first use. 

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