Q: Can I install a portable dance floor on grass?

A: It depends on the style of flooring and how level the ground is. Otherwise, the flooring could separate outdoors and potentially cause injuries.

Q: Does portable dance flooring smell or need to air out before use indoors?

A: It shouldn’t be a problem unless the tiles or sections have foam or rubber backing.

Q: Is it possible to install a portable dance floor on carpet?

A: Based on our research, many styles of portable flooring are suitable for low-pile carpet. Thick or plush carpet will cause a variety of issues with both roll-based and tile flooring.

Q: How long will it take to install a portable dance floor at my home?

A: You can snap together individual tiles or larger sections in seconds on level ground, so it largely depends on the size of the dance floor you need to install.

Q: Can you wear high heels on a portable dance floor?

A: You’ll want to check the manufacturers beforehand to see what type of shoes are safe on that particular line. High heel shoes and hard-soles can damage certain types of surfaces.

Q: What’s the best type of portable dance flooring for an uneven surface?

A: If your floor has a bit of a slope or is lightly uneven, roll-based flooring will be more forgiving as it conforms to your floor. Any flaws in the subfloor will show through on this style, however. Click-lock sections can separate on an uneven surface, but are thicker and won’t telegraph the surface below.

Q: Is it easy to keep a portable dance floor clean?

A:  In most cases, but it all depends on the surface and wear layer. Some companies allow you to wax or polish their dance floors while others may require a special cleaning solution.