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We're Laying A New Basketball Court Floor In Church Gym. Need All Advice You Can Give! Can You Help? Thanks

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Use purgo with purgo glue and seal it with a water type sealer all you do is clean the floor and put the purgo down put glue in cracks wipe off excess and set 24 hours make sure you use the clatch to hold it and set it or iw wont stay together where ever you by it from it will give you propper directions for use do not by regular hard wood floors they won't hold up as good as purgo will
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Look at Modular Sports Tile Flooring (www.courttilediscounters.com or www.gamecourts.com are both good sources).  These floors are safe, inexpensive, easy to install yourself, relocatable if necessary, and great for multi-purpose rooms, volleyball, basketball, roller hockey, as well as general activities like functions, meetings, bingo, and lunch.  

Where a suspended wooden floor is going to cost $12-$15 per sf, a modular sports tile floor should only be about $3 per sf.  Installation can happen in a number of hours and volunteer labor is quite capable.  These floors are purchased by professional sports facilities all over the country and excellent!

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