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Practice Dance Tile Kits

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Product Highlights
  • Low cost portable dance floor.
  • Kits include tiles and edging.
  • Simple to install and disassemble.

  • Low cost portable dance floor.
  • Kits include tiles and edging.
  • Simple to install and disassemble.
  • Great for tap, two stepping, ballet, and more.
  • Great as a gift or for personal use in the home.
  • Can be used as portable event flooring.
  • 3 year manufacturer's warranty.
Description - Our Practice Dance Tile kits are designed to fit your practice space. Available in multiple sizes, complete with edging, this portable dance flooring can be easily assembled and disassembled for multiple uses. Whether practicing beginners ballet, line dancing, or for use as event flooring, you are sure to find what you are looking for with our Practice Dance Tile Kits.
Material - Manufactured with high-grade polypropylene and a vinyl top surface.
Tile Size - 12" x 12"
Thickness - 3/8"
Weight - 2 lbs/tile
Recommended Dance Floor Kit Sizes
  • Rule of thumb: 9 sq ft per couple.
  • 3' x 3' - Personal practice dance floor.
  • 5' x 5' - Personal practice dance and aerobic floor.
  • 8' x 8' - Dance floor and event floor for up to 8 couples.
Kit Contents
  • 3' x 3' Kit - Contains 9 tiles, 6 female edge pieces, 6 male edge pieces, and 4 universal corner pieces.
  • 4' x 4' Kit - Contains 16 tiles, 8 female edge pieces, 8 male edge pieces, and 4 universal corner pieces.
  • 5' x 5' Kit - Contains 25 tiles, 10 female edge pieces, 10 male edge pieces, and 4 universal corner pieces.
  • 6' x 6' Kit - Contains 36 tiles, 12 female edge pieces, 12 male edge pieces, and 4 universal corner pieces.
  • 7' x 7' Kit - Contains 49 tiles, 14 female edge pieces, 14 male edge pieces, and 4 universal corner pieces.
  • 8' x 8' Kit - Contains 64 tiles, 16 female edge pieces, 16 male edge pieces, and 4 universal corner pieces.
  • 9' x 9' Kit - Contains 81 tiles, 18 female edge pieces, 18 male edge pieces, and 4 universal corner pieces.
  • 10' x 10' Kit - Contains 100 tiles, 20 female edge pieces, 20 male edge pieces, and 4 universal corner pieces.
  • 12' x 12' Kit - Contains 144 tiles, 24 female edge pieces, 24 male edge pieces, and 4 universal corner pieces.
  • 14' x 14' Kit - Contains 196 tiles, 28 female edge pieces, 28 male edge pieces, and 4 universal corner pieces.
  • 16' x 16' Kit - Contains 256 tiles, 32 female edge pieces, 32 male edge pieces, and 4 universal corner pieces.
Recommended Uses - Our Practice Dance Tile Kits are the perfect low cost and portable dance flooring. Portable dance flooring is perfect for use as event floors, as well as in the home practice for various dance styles, including tap, youth ballet, two stepping, and more.
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Practice Dance interlocking tiles are easy to maintain. Cleaning of these multi-use tiles typically includes:
  • Vacuuming or sweeping any loose crumbs, dust, or debris from the Practice Dance Tiles when necessary.
  • Hose off or damp mop the floor tiles with a mild soap and water mixture for tough or caked on dirt and/or stains.
Dance Floor Kits are easy to install. Installation of these floor tiles typically includes:
  • Surface Prep: You must clean your subfloor so that it is free of all dirt, dust, grease, or other foreign material before beginning installation.
  • We will start at the top left corner of your designated dance area. Put a tile down with the male edges (no loop) facing towards the top and left direction. Make sure the female sides (loops) of the tile are facing the bottom and right direction.
  • Attach your second tile to the right side of the first tile, lowering and interlocking it into each loop.
  • Repeat step #2 until you have completed one full side of your dance floor.
  • Once you’ve secured your last tile into place in the first row, you’ll begin a second row beneath the very first tile you started with. Interlock the top of your second row tile with the bottom of your first row tile. Follow step #2.
  • Follow the same process to fill in all of your rows of tiles to create your full dance floor size.
  • Once the tiles are in place, you can snap in the edge pieces, if you purchased them. Start with the male edges. Lay them out to be sure you have enough before clicking them into place as shown in the step #6 diagram.
  • As you did with the male edges, lay out all female edges to make sure you have enough. Once you are ready you can click the female edges into place to complete your floor.
  • **For wall to wall installations: When you come up to a wall or object, don’t worry. Simply measure the area and cut the tiles with a tile cutter or a power saw with a fine-toothed blade. Interlock the trimmed tiles into place. When trimming the tiles into place, make sure you leave about a 3/4” space between the tiles and the wall or obstruction. Once the tiles are in place, you can then snap in the edge pieces if you purchased them.
Note: Since these dance tiles feature a vinyl top adhered to the tile with a pressure sensitive adhesive, pressure may be needed to ensure that the vinyl top fully adheres. You can easily accomplish this by walking across the floor or by using a flooring roller for larger areas.

For printable installation instructions with visuals, please Click Here.

Portable Practice Dance Tiles

  • Perfect for practicing dance styles in the home
 

Our Practice Dance Tiles are a great solution for a practice dance flooring in the home and can be used for events such as weddings and more. These tiles feature an attractive wood look top surface that is sure to look great with any decor or theme.

Build Your Own Dance Floor

  • Build Your Space Tile by Tile
 

Add some edging and you've got your very own dance floor! By offering a single tile minimum order, you can create your own custom size and shape dance floor. These tiles easily interlock for a durable and reliable joint surface that can support most dance styles.

Durable Construction

  • Reliable, Durable, and Attractive
 

Our Practice Dance Tiles are built to last, featuring a durable construction from top to bottom. Whether using these tiles for your own personal practice floor space in the home or for use in an event shared by many people, you are sure to love our dance floor tiles.

Suitable for Multiple Dance Styles

  • Ballet - Ballroom - Flamenco - Tap
 

Practicing beginners ballet or tap in the home, or if for use a ballroom type environment or flamenco style dancing, these dance tiles are perfectly suitable for multiple dance styles.

Easy to Install

Certified: Easy to Install

  • A DIY'ers Dream

Around here, we like DIY (do it yourself) projects. It's important to us that we offer products that we can get behind. When you see our Certified: Easy to Install stamp of approval, you can rest assured that the product is tried and true, a product that you can install - no need to hire a professional. In this case, YOU'RE the professional - you've got this!! Go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back for that!

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How rigid are the individual tiles? Do they flex or are they rigid?
Joe
The tiles are rigid.
does the 3x3 mat pack (9), come complete with edges and corners pre- assembled?
walker brierley
These do not come pre-assembled.
Is this floor good for tap dancing practice?
Karolyn Senter
Yes it is recommended for tap.
Will it cause noise if living on second floor?
You can put a rug or other type of underlayment down underneath your practice dance tiles if you'd like to reduce noise.
Can this be placed over carpet and not harm the carpet when removed.
Potomac Millwork
We have had several customers install these tiles over carpet. We would recommend use with carpet that is dense and low pile, since a fluffier high pile carpet may bring the tiles to have movement issues if it cannot lay flat. Another idea would be to use a plywood sheet or another flat and dense surface over top of your carpet.
Are these the same tiles as found here, if I wanted to expand a floor later? https://www.flooringinc.com/dance-flooring/practice-dance-tiles.html
Kay
Yes
Is the bottom rubber or what is the material please? Do you recommend putting something underneath it to protect hardwood floors?
The tiles is constructed of hard plastic and has several 'feet' which supports the base of the tile. You'll definitely want to put something in between dance tiles and hardwood floor so that the tiles don't damage your floor and so that they don't slide around.
How safe is this flooring for pointe shoes?
Alanna
There are lines where the tiles meet, which may not be completely flush / level with the rest of the tile surface. We'd recommend going with our Flat Top Dance Tile for a safer surface.
Could you dribble a basketball on it?
Ashley Allen
Yes you can dribble a basketball on our Practice Dance Tiles.
Can these tiles be assembled in a different dimension (4 x 10ft) with the appropriate amount of tiles?
Anthony
Please see our Practice Dance Tiles to build your own custom size area.
Will the dance tiles damage my finished wood floors if I lay them over the wood? My daughter is home on sabbatical and needs to do her ballet pointe work. Our wood floors are too slippery and therefore possibly dangerous to do pointe.
Priscilla Krikorian
We would recommend placing something in between your wood floors and the tiles, like a our foam subfloor tiles or a rug to protect your wood flooring.
Will the dance floor slide around on a wood or tile floor or is it grippy on the bottom?
Shawna
The bottoms are hard plastic, no grip added. Larger spaces will stay in place due to weight but smaller sizes could potentially move depending on movement and momentum.
Where can you buy more tiles if you want to expand the kit? Thanks!
N
Please see our Practice Dance Tile product page to purchase individual tiles.
Is this floor slippery? Is it good for advanced ballet?
We'd recommend using a product with less seams for advanced ballet, like our 3' x 3' Practice Dance Floor. That is one solid piece of vinyl without seams in the floor space.
What can I do so the dance tiles don’t slip ? They are placed over a wood floor. Thank you.
Frances Perez
You could add a rubber mat which would be non-slip between the tiles and the wood floor, being sure to remove and store the mat and tiles while not in use.
Are these springy so its not hard on the knees of the young dancers at home?
Dee
The tiles are not springy, they are constructed of durable, hard plastic.
If installing on concrete or tile, is an underlayment recommended if my dancer will be doing jumps?
Mauri
You don't have to, but we would recommend using our foam dance subfloor tiles for some added cushion.
are the black tiles marley?
Amy
No, the tops are not marley.
Is it waterproof?
The tiles are made of durable plastic and won't absorb water, but we don't recommend using these tiles in areas with a low of water as it could be dangerous to dance on.
can you put these outside on grass for dancing events?
benny
If possible, it would be best to include a sturdy subfloor underneath as grass,natural ground often can have variations in height and density which may cause the tiles to slope and even become loose from one another.
Is it water resistant?
Yes.
Does the 9 tile tap dance practice kit come with edge pieces?
martha sichta
Yes, all of our Practice Dance Tile Kits come with edging.
Hi! Does this need a subfloor? Looking for a temporary practice space for my daughter who does pointe, tap and jazz. It would be on top of a concrete floor. Thank you!
You don't need one but you certain can use one if you'd like to protect your subfloor, lessen sound between floors of your home, or add a small amount of 'give'.
Would this floor work in a home gym for exercises like jumping jacks/burpees, etc? The rubber flooring options pull apart with these type of exercises.
Andrea M
These tiles are rigid and would have a hard time coming apart but you should consider a tile that does not have a surface topper. The vinyl image / wood visual topper is on with pressure sensitive adhesive, so it can be moved if there is large movements or pushing going on.
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Patricia Y from Hillsborough, NJ wrote...
This dance floor has been great for my daughter to practice in the basement. It was easy to snap the tiles together but probably took a little more effort on carpet than it would have on a hard surface. It is installed over carpet and provides a great, springy surface for her to practice leaps and turns. It is great for most dance forms but is too slippery for tap.
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Melissa P. from Beachwood, NJ wrote...
We ordered the flooring to create a dance space for my little. She can tap away and won't ruin my hardwood floors! Perfect size for her playroom. Thank you
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It was easy to put together and it is very high quality product!
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