Rosco SubFloor was developed and tested by dancers to insure the perfect combination
of resilience (spring or bounce) and stability. It is flexible enough to absorb the energy
from a dancer's impact but provides the right amount of resistance for dance movements
ranging from ballet to tap, including folk, modern, Flamenco and Irish dancing.
Most users will be able to install the Rosco SubFloor on their own. The 42" x 42" (3.5 ft. x 3.5 ft.) panels lock into each other with the unique WaveLock® design. Panels weigh only 44 pounds each. Perimeter pieces, 4 3/8" wide, lock the entire floor together. The perimeter of Rosco SubFloor systems can be bolted to concrete or wood floors and can also be removed and re-used in case of a change in venue.
An integral part of the Rosco SubFloor system is the 4.5" diameter closed cell foam pads. These 1" thick pads are affixed at specific locations on the underside of each SubFloor panel. This, combined with the Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) construction of the panels, utilizing our patented WaveLock® technology, yields superb resilience and dimensional stability.