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Hi! Let me start off by saying the gym we are opening is purely for recreational classes, mostly for kids under the age of 10. We will also have open play gym and a variety of other classes in addition to gymnastics and tumbling.


With that being said, can anyone help me find a way to lower the cost of the spring floor? I still want quality, but it does not need to meet competition standards.


I looked into the kits you build yourself, but the carpet bonded foam / flexi roll price is what's getting me. What are good alternatives to that?

While I’m here, I might as well ask for recommendations on equipment suppliers.


Thanks
 

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