Dance Floor Size Calculator
Calculating What Size Floor You Need For Your Event
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This section will help you determine what size dance floor you will need for your event and will assist you calculating how many tiles or panels you will need.
FOR DANCEDECK AND DANCEDECK DELUXE – 1ft x 1ft tiles
Determine What Size Floor You Need
A good rule of thumb for planning an event: 30% of the total number of guests will be on the dance floor at any given time.
Option 1: How much space do you have?
Decide how much space you have for a dance floor. Or, many people use our portable flooring as a floor for the dining area, too. Either way, you will need precise measurements.
Option 2: How many guests will attend?
If space is not an issue, use the chart below as a reference guide to what size dance floor you require.
Total #
of Guests 
Total #
of Dancers 
Size of
Dance Floor 
Total #
of Tiles 
Total # of Carts 
DanceDeck 
DK Deluxe 
60 
20 
10ft x 10ft 
100 
1 
1 
100 
30 
12ft x 12ft 
144 
1 
1 
150 
50 
15ft x 15ft 
225 
1 
1 
200 
70 
18ft x 18ft 
324 
1 
1 
275 
90 
20ft x 20ft 
400 
1 
2 
400 
140 
25ft x 25ft 
625 
2 
2 
600 
200 
30ft x 30ft 
900 
3 
3 
1000 
350 
40ft x 40ft 
1600 
4 
5 
1500 
550 
50ft x 50ft 
2500 
6 
8 
How to calculate square footage
If you don’t know how to calculate square footage, here’s a little tutorial. Refer to the example dance floor on the right.
 Measure width and length of your floor. In the example, the width is 12ft (A) and the length is 18ft (B).
 To calculate the total square footage, use the formula AxB = total sq ft. In the example, 12ft x 18ft = 216 square feet


18ft
B 

12ft
A 

12ft
C 

18ft
D 


.How to calculate the number of edge pieces and corner pieces you will need to finish off your dance floor
Once you have calculated the size of your dance floor, you are ready to figure out how many edge pieces you will need.
 To calculate the total number of edge pieces, use the formula A+B+C+D = Total edging
In the example, 12+18+12+18 = 60 total edge pieces.
Note: this formula assumes that you require edge pieces on all 4 sides. Adjust accordingly if your dance floor will be against the wall or in a corner  which might eliminate your need for edging on all 4 sides
Edging and corner pieces attach to the dance floor tile quickly and easily. The sloped edging provides a finished look and eliminates the tripping hazard. 

FOR DANCEDECK PRO – 39” x 39” panels
Determine What Size Floor You Need
A good rule of thumb for planning an event: 30% of the total number of guests will be on the dance floor at any given time.
Option 1: How much space do you have?
Decide how much space you have for a dance floor. Or, many people use our portable flooring as a floor for the dining area, too. Either way, you will need precise measurements.
Option 2: How many guests will attend?
If space is not an issue, use the chart below as a reference guide to what size dance floor you require.
Total #
of guests 
Total #
of dancers 
Size of dance floor 
Total #
of tiles 
Total # of Carts 
60 
20 
10ft x 10ft 
9 
1 
100 
30 
12ft x 12ft 
16 
1 
150 
50 
15ft x 15ft 
25 
1 
200 
70 
18ft x 18ft 
36 
2 
275 
90 
20ft x 20ft 
36 
2 
400 
140 
25ft x 25ft 
64 
3 
600 
200 
30ft x 30ft 
81 
4 
1000 
350 
40ft x 40ft 
144 
7 
1500 
550 
50ft x 50ft 
215 
11 
CALCULATE HOW MANY DANCEDECK PRO PANELS YOU WILL NEED
DanceDeck Pro panels are 39” square. Use the Panel Calculator below to automatically calculate how many panels and edge pieces you will need.
HERE IS HOW TO MANUALLY CALCULATE DK PRO PANEL REQUIREMENTS
Step 1 
Step 2 
Step 3 
Step 4 
Step 5 
Enter floor
dimensions in feet 
Multiply by 12
Convert to inches 
Divide by 39 
Round up or down
to an even number 
Multiply results of
Width & Length for
total # of tiles needed 
WIDTH = ________ x 12 = _____________ _/ 39 = __________ ___________ 
LENGTH = _______ x 12 = _____________ _/ 39 = __________ ___________ Total: ________________ 
HERE IS HOW TO MANUALLY CALCULATE DK PRO EDGE PIECE REQUIREMENTS.
First, here is how the edge pieces attach to the panels. You will notice two things: The edge pieces do not line up with the panels, they are staggered. The corner pieces are smaller than the edge pieces and are sold as sets of 2.
 Take the number of panels for the width and subtract 1, then multiply by 2.
 Take the number of panels for the length and subtract 1, then multiply by 2.
 Add the result of the width and length together to get the total number of corner sets needed (each set has 2 corner pieces).
