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We install wood sports hall floors, gymnasium wood floors and dance studio floors.

Wood sports floors

We install wood sports hall floors, gymnasium wood floors and dance studio floors.





Springbok Precisionaire wood sports floor
Springbok Precisionaire is an area elastic advanced sprung floor comprising solid hardwood strip fixed to overlapping treated joists supported at designed intervals by 10mm rubber pads which form a permanent cushion between the floor and the concrete subfloor. The rubber pads provide a calculated resilience designed to minimise player fatigue and reduce physiological damage caused by impacts. The unique construction of the pads, include a specially formulated rubber which will not significantly harden or deteriorate over the life of the floor with alternating air cells incorporated into the design which permit encapsulated air to be expelled through the perimiter voids when the pad is compressed. The controlled inhalation and expulsion of air provides the critical shock absorption qualities of the floor which reduce stress injury during use and provide a true ball response.

Springbok Precisionaire is ideal for use in sports halls, squash courts, dance floors and recreation halls. The system conforms to BS8201, BS 7044 part 2 and is recommended by the SRA for squash courts.

The system can be installed with prefinished (finished with 5 coats of UV cured lacquer) or unfinished solid hard wood boards. For squash courts unfinished boards are recommended which can be rough sanded after installation to provide an even and excellent grip surface. Recommended timber types are prime/first or country grade maple or beech. (Unfinished boards will generally require sanding and sealing on site - see floor sanding). For maintenance requirements see floor maintenance.

Specification and site requirements

  • 57mm or 63mm wide and 22mm thick random length tongue and groove boards
  • 1800mm x 50mm x 40mm treated joists with 10mm rubber pads set at 314mm centres
  • Weighs 16kg/m2
  • Will support 5kN/m2 in accordance with BS6399:Part 1:1984
  • Finished height above screed 72mm (with 50mm battens - this can be increased with thicker battens but not reduced)
  • Concrete subfloor needs to be level to a tolerance of +/-2mm over 2m and with a finish equivalent to that produced by a wood float
  • Moisture content of floor and walls not greater than 8%
  • Relative humidity between 40% and 60%
  • A vapour barrier is recommended for ground floor installations

Springbok Arenasport wood sports floor
Springbok Arenasport is an area elastic advanced sprung floor comprising laminate hardwood strip fixed to overlapping treated joists supported at designed intervals by 10mm rubber pads which form a permanent cushion between the floor and the concrete subfloor. The rubber pads provide a calculated resilience designed to minimise player fatigue and reduce physiological damage caused by impacts. The unique construction of the pads, include a specially formulated rubber which will not significantly harden or deteriorate over the life of the floor with alternating air cells incorporated into the design which permit encapsulated air to be expelled through the perimiter voids when the pad is compressed. The controlled inhalation and expulsion of air provides the critical shock absorption qualities of the floor which reduce stress injury during use and provide a true ball response.

Springbok Arenasport is ideal for use in sports halls, squash courts, dance floors and recreation halls. The system conforms to BS8201 and BS 7044 part 2.

The system is installed with prefinished (finished with 5 coats of UV cured lacquer) hard wood laminate boards. Additional coats of seal can be applied after installation if required. Recommended timber types are maple, beech or oak. For maintenance requirements see floor maintenance.

Specification and site requirements

  • 195mm wide and 22mm thick 2200mm long tongue and groove boards
  • 1800mm x 50mm x 40mm treated joists with 10mm rubber pads set at 314mm centres
  • Weighs 16kg/m2
  • Will support 5kN/m2 in accordance with BS6399:Part 1:1984
  • Finished height above screed 72mm (with 50mm battens - this can be increased with thicker battens but not reduced)
  • Concrete subfloor needs to be level to a tolerance of +/-2mm over 2m and with a finish equivalent to that produced by a wood float
  • Moisture content of floor and walls not greater than 8%
  • Relative humidity between 40% and 60%
  • A vapour barrier is recommended for ground floor installations

Boflex wood sports floor
The Boflex sports flooring system is an area elastic bio-mechanically engineered sports surface designed to provide outstanding realistic resilience and substantially reduce the risk of stress injury in indoor sport and recreation. Boflex requires no understructure as each board has its own integral resilient strips of special foam for shock absorption and with an overall height of 28mm this system is ideal for refurbishments.

Boflex has been fully tested to meet DIN18032 Part II and BS 7044 Part 4, acknowledged internationally as recognised criteria for sports floors. Boflex is a multi use sports and recreational surface and is particularly suitable for aerobics, dance and gymnastics.

Each board consists of 3-ply laminate with a 4mm hardwood wearing surface backed with 2 layers of softwood, cross-layered to provide exceptional dimensional stability. Each board is provided with a unique double tongue to ensure adequate lateral strength and rigidity (and are glued on site to ensure a stable and smooth surface) and inset to each board are two Evazote 50 resilient foam strips which provide the systems major resilient and shock absorption qualities. Each board is factory finished and sealed with five coats of UV cured lacquer. Parquet wood flooring is combustable but not easy to ignite. Recommended timber types are Maple, Ash and Norwegian Oak. All hardwood used is taken from managed sustainable sources. For maintenance requirements see floor maintenance.

Specification and site requirements

  • 2200mm x 137mm x 28mm boards with double tongue and groove
  • Weighs 11.6kg/m2
  • Will support 5kN/m2 in accordance with BS6399:Part 1:1984 and withstand a point load of 3.6kN
  • Finished height above screed 28mm (or can be laid over an existing floor)
  • Concrete subfloor needs to be level to a tolerance of +/-2mm over 2m and with a finish equivalent to that produced by a wood float
  • Moisture content of floor and walls not greater than 5%
  • Relative humidity between 30% and 65%
  • A vapour barrier is recommended for ground floor installations

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No other sports surface can compare to a floor installed by Huggins Sports Flooring . You can count on its versatility, resiliency, long lasting beauty, and easy. low cost maintenance year after year. And because it's Huggins sports floor will ensure you of unexcelled quality.

Huggins is a installer of Horner Flooring. Horner Flooring Company, founded in 1891, is a charter member of the Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association (MFMA), and is the industry's Oldest Name in Sports Flooring™--a name that exemplifies the phrase "tradition of excellence." Horner, the proud provider of the NBA All-Star and NCAA Final Floor floors for over 20 years, supplies top-quality, affordable permanent, portable, and synthetic sports flooring systems to schools, colleges, universities, sports organizations, Olympic and international athletic governing bodies and private clubs throughout the world.

Huggins Flooring only uses best maple flooring available and because it's MFMA (Maple Flooring Manufacturing Association) approved you can be confident that it will stand up to the roughest games, the toughest abuse, and the most wear. MFMA maple is made to naturally take the knocks of basketball, volleyball, roller-skating, racquetball, aerobics, and squash - even normal street shoe activities.

Your teams, as well as your maintenance crew, will appreciate the remarkable resiliency of MFMA maple flooring. It's easy on the feet - affords better footing and fewer leg and ankle injuries. The construction and natural "give" of MFMA maple flooring provides a resilient, "live action" underfoot that cannot be matched. And, your maintenance crew will save time and money on day-to-day and month-to-month care because a natural MFMA maple floor is easy to clean and retains a fine appearance.

The truly long lasting beauty of a Huggins sports floor can be coupled with its easy, low cost maintenance. The very nature of MFMA maple is a very hard, dense, fine-fibered wood that is non-splintering, long wearing and resilient. The closeness of grain and smoothness of surface affords no lodging place for germ-laden dirt to hide. It is a particularly clean and sanitary floor that will maintain its beauty for years.

1ST GRADE MAPLE INSTALLATION _______2ND GRADE MAPLE INSTALLATION_______3RD GRADE MAPLE INSTALLATION

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Fixed Systems Specifications

Fixed systems lock the flooring to the concrete subfloor, preventing undesirable shifting of the flooring system elements. These systems are generally used in high relative moisture environments, such as gymnasiums with older HVAC systems, where increased stability is required.

Sta-Loc System
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Sta-Loc II System
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Sta-Fast System
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Fixed Sleeper System
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Suspended Systems Specifications

Suspended systems are laid on a variety of cushioning materials that isolate the floor from the concrete subfloor to provide better sound absorption and biomechanical performance. Generally, these systems are used where relative moisture content is more properly controlled. Given the increased margin of resiliency and performance provided by these floors, these are some of Horner's most popular systems.

THRUST A CUSHION SLEEPER SYSTEM____________________THRUST A CUSHION SLEEPER SUBFLOOR SYSTEM____________________THRUST A CUSHION PANEL SYSTEM

Thrust-A-Cushion Sleeper System________________Thrust-A-Cushion Sleeper Subfloor System_______Thrust-A-Cushion Panel System
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SAFE SLEEPER SYSTEM___________________SAFE SLEEPER SUBFLOOR SYSTEM_____________________SAFE LAMINATED SLEEPER SUBFLOOR SYSTEM_________________

SAFE™ Sleeper System___________________________SAFE™ Sleeper Subfloor System_____________SAFE™ Laminated Sleeper Subfloor System
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SAFE PANEL SYSTEM _____________________MULTIPURPOSE CHANNEL SYSTEM

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Vari-Cushion System CAD* | WORD | PDF


All-Wood System
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All-Wood FR, FR-1 Systems
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SAFE™ All-Wood FR, FR-1 Systems
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SAFE™ Resilient Fixed Sleeper System
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Sta-Fast II System
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Sta-Fast II SAFE™ System
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Eco Laminated Sleeper Subfloor System
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Multipurpose Channel II System
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Din-Certified Systems

DIN-certified systems meet or exceed the DIN 18032 Part 2 standards for ball rebound, shock absorption, and deflection. WHAT IS DIN? CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

BALANCED PERFORMANCE SYSTEM__________________________________________________CONTROLLED RESPONSE AND PERFORMANCE SYSTEM

Balanced Performance System (BPS)___________________________________________Controlled Response and Performance (CRP) System
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All-Wood ERS and ERS-R1 Energy Response Systems
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Parquet Systems

Parquet systems are simple, economical systems in which hard maple flooring is bonded directly to a concrete subfloor or to one of our special subfloor designs.

MultiSport System
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MultiSport Ultra System
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Portable Systems

The Pro-King™ portable basketball systems are hard maple floors assembled from removable 4'x8' panels. Special locking hardware enables rapid assembly and disassembly, and holds the floor tightly together during play. Since 1983 every NBA All-Star game has been played on a Horner Floor.

Pro-King Portable System
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