Woodstep Dance Floor

Transform your space with Woodstep Roll-Out Dance Flooring, a heavy-duty, slightly textured surface that mimics the appearance of wood while offering the convenience of vinyl installation. This multi-layer textured Marley dance floor combines exceptional realism with ease of setup, perfect for ballet, jazz, modern dance, and a wide range of movement activities. Designed to resist wear and tear, Woodstep should be used with a floating wood subfloor for optimal performance. Ideal for both dance and multi-purpose activities, its realistic wood design enhances both form and function in any setting. For ballet, enhance the surface with FloorShield II Finish to ensure the best performance.

Key Features

  • Realistic Wood Design: Mimics the appearance of wood with a slightly textured surface.
  • Heavy-Duty Construction: Built to withstand rigorous use and resist wear and tear.
  • Multi-Layer Textured Marley Construction: Combines realism with the ease of vinyl installation.
  • Recommended for Various Dance Styles: Ideal for ballet, jazz, modern dance, and virtually all movement activities.
  • Versatile Use: Suitable for dance and multi-purpose activities.
  • Ease of Installation: Installs like any other vinyl dance floor for convenience.
SKU: Woodstep-NP Categories: ,
Width: 6.56′ (2 lm)
Full Roll Length: 65′ (20 lm)*
Thickness: .08″ (2 mm)
Weight: 6.5 lbs. per yd2
(3.53 kg per m2)
Full roll price includes 10% discount.
Material: High tech four layer floor

  • 4 Layer laminate
  • Fiberglass lined
  • Clear PVC wear layer
  • Photo image layer
  • Base foam layer
Guarantee: Stagestep™ flooring systems are unconditionally guaranteed to be free from manufacturer’s defects and against excessive wear for one year from date of delivery

Woodstep is to be unrolled or unraveled so that the exterior surface (dance surfaces) faces up. Never attempt to flip the flooring over.

All vinyl flooring must be acclimated for a period of 24 hours at the temperature which will be maintained for the life of the flooring and lie flat prior to installation. Reliance of adhesion to flatten flooring is inadvisable.

Flooring may be loose laid with top tape on the seams and along the perimeter, semi-permanently installed with double-faced tape or ReUseIt with optional top tape depending on the techniques employed, or permanently adhered with a full-spread glue. When using double-faced tape, different practices may apply. 4” double-faced tape can used lengthwise: 1) 3 lengths, down the middle and along the perimeter on the left and right side; 2) 2 strips, along the perimeter on the left and right side, or 3) the left side or the right side, and panel sharing when abutting an adjacent roll. One or two strips of double-faced tape will also be taped spanning the width at the end of the length. When using glue, Woodstep should be installed with a pressure-sensitive adhesive using a “semi-dry” application.

Seam welding is not recommended. All seam welding should be done only by a professional.

Always clean newly installed Marley or vinyl flooring. See weekly maintenance directions below.

Warranty
Stagestep Limited Warranty
Stagestep Flooring Statement
Stagestep Flooring Statement
Installation Guide
Maintenance Guide
Dance Flooring Guide
5 documents

Broom sweep or vacuum daily to remove coarse dirt, dust and debris.

Spot clean when necessary to remove scuffs or caustic spills or residue.

Microfiber mops are preferable. Mop clean weekly or as required with ProClean, a neutral detergent-de-greaser using the two-bucket method. One bucket is for the ProClean (2 oz ProClean to a gallon of water). Do not flood mop. The second bucket is for clear water to rinse mop. Wring mop head. Although ProClean is a non-rinse product, it is always better to rinse and remove excess moisture with a towel or clean dry mop.

Do not use alcohol, ammonia, acetone, bleach, or solvents to clean surface. Exposure to sunlight can cause reduced life expectancy due to UV radiation. Change in temperature and humidity can negatively affect installation and non-slip characteristics.

The ideal subfloor for Woodstep is Springstep lV, Stagestep’s floating wood subfloor. Installation on concrete (or other rock-hard slabs) will not reduce shock. Installation on carpet can result in the floor “wrinkling” when working on it. Consult with Stagestep™ for the best results.
Do not use alcohol, ammonia, acetone, bleach, or solvents to clean surface. Consult with Stagestep™ prior to using any product not recommended. Direct exposure to sunlight can cause reduced life expectancy due to UV radiation. Change in temperature and humidity can negatively affect installation and non-slip characteristics.

* Full roll lengths are subject to change. Prices and discounts are in U.S. Dollars and are subject to change without notice. Prices do not include shipping and handling. Contact local Stagestep™ representative for pricing in all foreign currencies. Aluminum compound taps can disintegrate on flooring, leaving a black / grey residue. To avoid this residue, use aluminum or steel taps. Use TapShield or FloorShield Maintenance System to reduce problem. See Maintenance Instructions.

Important attributes of a Dance floor

The best wood flooring for dancing must have three important attributes.
  1. A hardwood surface such as oak, maple or ash.
  2.  A non-slip durable finish such as FloorShield II.
  3.  Sits on a floating wood shock-absorbent sub-floor such as Springstep IV or SpringFlex.
Description
Width: 6.56′ (2 lm)
Full Roll Length: 65′ (20 lm)*
Thickness: .08″ (2 mm)
Weight: 6.5 lbs. per yd2
(3.53 kg per m2)
Full roll price includes 10% discount.
Material: High tech four layer floor

  • 4 Layer laminate
  • Fiberglass lined
  • Clear PVC wear layer
  • Photo image layer
  • Base foam layer
Guarantee: Stagestep™ flooring systems are unconditionally guaranteed to be free from manufacturer’s defects and against excessive wear for one year from date of delivery
Installation

Woodstep is to be unrolled or unraveled so that the exterior surface (dance surfaces) faces up. Never attempt to flip the flooring over.

All vinyl flooring must be acclimated for a period of 24 hours at the temperature which will be maintained for the life of the flooring and lie flat prior to installation. Reliance of adhesion to flatten flooring is inadvisable.

Flooring may be loose laid with top tape on the seams and along the perimeter, semi-permanently installed with double-faced tape or ReUseIt with optional top tape depending on the techniques employed, or permanently adhered with a full-spread glue. When using double-faced tape, different practices may apply. 4” double-faced tape can used lengthwise: 1) 3 lengths, down the middle and along the perimeter on the left and right side; 2) 2 strips, along the perimeter on the left and right side, or 3) the left side or the right side, and panel sharing when abutting an adjacent roll. One or two strips of double-faced tape will also be taped spanning the width at the end of the length. When using glue, Woodstep should be installed with a pressure-sensitive adhesive using a “semi-dry” application.

Seam welding is not recommended. All seam welding should be done only by a professional.

Always clean newly installed Marley or vinyl flooring. See weekly maintenance directions below.

Guides
Warranty
Stagestep Limited Warranty
Stagestep Flooring Statement
Stagestep Flooring Statement
Installation Guide
Maintenance Guide
Dance Flooring Guide
5 documents
Maintenance

Broom sweep or vacuum daily to remove coarse dirt, dust and debris.

Spot clean when necessary to remove scuffs or caustic spills or residue.

Microfiber mops are preferable. Mop clean weekly or as required with ProClean, a neutral detergent-de-greaser using the two-bucket method. One bucket is for the ProClean (2 oz ProClean to a gallon of water). Do not flood mop. The second bucket is for clear water to rinse mop. Wring mop head. Although ProClean is a non-rinse product, it is always better to rinse and remove excess moisture with a towel or clean dry mop.

Do not use alcohol, ammonia, acetone, bleach, or solvents to clean surface. Exposure to sunlight can cause reduced life expectancy due to UV radiation. Change in temperature and humidity can negatively affect installation and non-slip characteristics.

Subfloors
The ideal subfloor for Woodstep is Springstep lV, Stagestep’s floating wood subfloor. Installation on concrete (or other rock-hard slabs) will not reduce shock. Installation on carpet can result in the floor “wrinkling” when working on it. Consult with Stagestep™ for the best results.
Information
Do not use alcohol, ammonia, acetone, bleach, or solvents to clean surface. Consult with Stagestep™ prior to using any product not recommended. Direct exposure to sunlight can cause reduced life expectancy due to UV radiation. Change in temperature and humidity can negatively affect installation and non-slip characteristics.

* Full roll lengths are subject to change. Prices and discounts are in U.S. Dollars and are subject to change without notice. Prices do not include shipping and handling. Contact local Stagestep™ representative for pricing in all foreign currencies. Aluminum compound taps can disintegrate on flooring, leaving a black / grey residue. To avoid this residue, use aluminum or steel taps. Use TapShield or FloorShield Maintenance System to reduce problem. See Maintenance Instructions.

Important attributes of a Dance floor

The best wood flooring for dancing must have three important attributes.
  1. A hardwood surface such as oak, maple or ash.
  2.  A non-slip durable finish such as FloorShield II.
  3.  Sits on a floating wood shock-absorbent sub-floor such as Springstep IV or SpringFlex.
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