Multi-Play Sports Flooring

If there's a floor that's easier and quicker to install than Multiplay, we haven't seen it yet. The special hook and loop system of Multiplay makes a durable surface with tight joints that won't separate. This makes it fast and easy to install or take up if being used as a temporary floor.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Multiplay made of?
A: Multiplay is a suspended polypropylene flooring system. Polypropylene is a plastic resin very similar to polyurethane, the finishing surface of a wood floor, so the traction and surface appearance is similar to that of a hardwood floor.

Q. Does the ball bounce differently on a suspended polypropylene floor?
A: Every type of flooring surface has a different sound and ball response from every other. Wood will provide one type of ball response, poured urethane another and polypropylene another yet. Still, the ball response is very similar to that of a hardwood flooring system.

Q: Are there a lot of polypropylene floors being used?
A: Yes, there are literally hundreds of polypropylene floors being sold annually for facilities such as schools, churches, tennis clubs, fitness centers, and home owners. We have many references that you can contact if you would like to hear other's experiences with their polypropylene floors.

Q: What is the life span of Multiplay?
A: We give Multiplay a ten year warranty, but testing has been done that gives the lifespan at least a 30 year rating.

Q: Why would you buy a gridded surface as opposed to a smooth surface?
A: Gridded surfaces are perfect for areas where water run-off is needed, such as outdoors or around a pool. Indoors, you will occasionally get scuff marks on the solid surface tiles, from players pivoting in colored shoes. The gridded tiles totally eliminate this situation, while still providing the same ball response and traction.

Q: What is the advantage of Multiplay over hardwood flooring?
A: Hardwood flooring is extremely susceptible to water damage. If you are in an area where you have had water damage to a floor in the past or can envision that it might happen in the future, the expense to repair a wood floor is extremely high and labor-intensive. Multiplay is impervious to water damage and, even should some tiles become damaged for some reason, repair is quickly and easily done.

Q: What is the average delivery time for Multiplay?
A: For standard colors, we aim for no more than four weeks from the date of order to delivery. For custom colors, to ensure an exact match, the time frame is more like 6-8 weeks from the time the color sample is approved by you.

Multiplay Maintenance

1) Vacuum on a daily basis;

2) Damp mop as needed;

3) remove scuff marks with a rag dipped in mineral spirits.

For most floors, that's all you'll need. No floor is easier to take care of than a Multi-Play floor.