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    Lightbulb What's the best portable badminton flooring?

    I plan to open a dedicated-badminton facility. Since I am leasing the property, I want to get portable flooring so that I can take it with me if I were to move. Any recommendations?

    Thanks so much for your help!

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    A dedicated-badminton facility with moveable flooring? Thinking of moving before opening. Sound confusing.

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    Since I am not the owner of the building, I don't want to invest $100k on permanent flooring. After the 5-year lease is over, I might want to move to a bigger facility.

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    When I was at uni, 1 of the courts was a rubber mat which could be rolled up and stored away.

    No idea about cost or supplier, but it played as well as a permanent floor.

    A word of warning though, it was very heavy. It needs several blokes to heave each end onto wheeled trollies before it could be wheeled away.

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    If you are the good and best player then only you have to took portable flooring because you have to try harder than harder in other flooring.Then you should bought only portable plywood flooring for your success. Thank You!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuyenVan View Post
    Since I am not the owner of the building, I don't want to invest $100k on permanent flooring. After the 5-year lease is over, I might want to move to a bigger facility.
    I assume the existing floor is concrete, right?

    Demountable wooden floor is probably much more expensive than permanent ones.

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