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Generally most Racquetball courts are done with an unfinished maple hardwood. Not an engineered wood, but a real hardwood 3/4" thick, 3" wide panels. The wood is installed as tight as possible, however, in some areas it may be necessary to use a specific filler to fill any voids or separations. The floor is then sanded to perfection using both an edge sander and a drum sander, then finished with a polyurethane finish. Maple is hard enough to not have to condition and seal prior to finishing.

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iced. When roller skating they use wood floors in the older buildings

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hard, but not rough wood is the best floor for rollerskating. if u want to see what i mean then go to Rollerdrome, if u don't have one nearby then type it up on Google

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