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Discussion in 'Introduction' started by Mahesh V, Feb 17, 2005.

  1. Mahesh V

    Mahesh V New Member

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    I am a new member from the silk city of India. Any one can tell me what kind of flooring is suitable for badmiton. I know many wealthy clubs have wooden flooring, but in our country not all r rich so 80% of the players play in cement flooring. can anybody suggest any other flooring that is not costly ???? Thanking you all. Awaiting your reply. Have a nice Day..
     
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    Welcome to BadmintonForum, Mahesh V. You can do a search on flooring, and other topics as well. Most questions have been asked and answered in depth, to some extents and there's a wealth of info to uncover.

    Here a sample search result

    -dave :D
     
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    RE: Flooring

    Hi,

    In Spore, i think there are 5 types of flooring.
    Wooden, rubber, tiles, cement and a one special one which i not sure what is it. it has a waxy surface flooring but it material like a mat.
    i like rubber flooring better as it give u a soft and bouncing feeling.
    Gd to move around.
    Next is the mat with the waxy surface, That gives a gd braking when rushing or dashing of shuttles without falling down.

    ceng
     
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    u r right buddy it is very diffcult to get good courts in India. But try to play on a wooden court. Cement courts are taxing on ur knees and other joints.
     
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    Cement would be the best for those who are low in budget. Even in malaysia we still have alot of courts which is done in cement.

    But for long term , i think wood flooring would be great.
    anyway welcome to bcbf.
     
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    yes, wooden floor would be a better choice but if the floor is not clean oftenly, we r more likely to fall.........
    As there r many function going on on courts which sometimes the pple would not clean throughly after the events.

    ceng
     

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