Flooring planks are made of hard maple, while support beams are made of pine, with rubber supports.
The flooring has been finished to a high luster, and some pieces have painted lines or logos on them, but most will likely require refinishing. Hard maple is very strong and resilient, so it's perfect for a variety of applications where durability is important.
Most panels are approximately 4' x 6', although we do have some that are a bit larger.
They are in excellent condition, with normal wear from use. Some panels have a bit more damage than others from handling.
This flooring was installed in a local high school gym, and was used for a variety of sports, including basketball, volleyball, and wrestling, as well as gym class, assemblies, etc.
Each panel is approximately 4'x6'. Each plank is about 2.25" wide and 1" thick. Planks feature tongue-and-groove construction, for easy assembly and sturdiness.
Most panels are blank, but some feature logos from East High School in Salt Lake City, or general gym markings.
BUY LOCAL – You’ll support a small Utah company focused on making a difference, not a windfall.
BETTER VALUE – You’ll pay far less than new, guaranteed!
HISTORY – This former gym flooring is authentic, and one-of-a-kind, and makes a great conversation starter as your next DIY project.
MORE USES – These can be cut or modified without compromising their strength or function, etc.
HELP THE ENVIRONMENT – Believe it or not, this material would otherwise have gone to the landfill. Buying repurposed materials keeps our planet greener by reducing waste and eliminating the energy needed to make a new item with the same usefulness. Reduce, reuse, repurpose!
We are always looking for new, unique, and different materials to reclaim and repurpose from industrial, manufacturing, and commercial businesses. Whether they are used, spent, expired, mistakes, obsolete, byproducts, excess, overstock, trash, factory seconds, blemished, scrap, returns, end of life, cancelled orders, or otherwise unwanted, contact us today to find out what landfill alternatives are available to you!