No Fault Sports Group, LLC Announces Partnership with Connor Sports Flooring

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Safety Surface originator, No Fault Sport Group, LLC and industry leader in hardwood and synthetic sport flooring, Connor Sports Flooring announce partnership agreement.

Poured rubber surfaces and flooring provider, No Fault Sport Group, LLC has announced a new partnership agreement with Connor Sports Flooring. No Fault Sport Group provides the highest quality safety surfaces for both athletic facilities as well as playgrounds. Their products include artificial sport turf, bonded rubber mulch, and poured rubber surfaces ( for indoor as well as outdoor facilities. No Fault also offers their innovative and seamless "poured-in-place" safety surfaces for commercial applications, primarily for playgrounds or play areas. No Fault's client base includes companies like Walt Disney World, McDonald's, and Universal Studios.

Connor Sports Flooring is an industry leader in providing hardwood and synthetic sport flooring. They offer several maple hardwood flooring systems for gyms, weight rooms, and other indoor athletic facilities. Connor offers synthetic flooring, such as rolled-vinyl surfaces and urethane gym flooring. They also provide high-performance green flooring from 100% post-consumer recycled material. Connor Sports Flooring is the official playing surface of the NCAA men's and women's basketball and volleyball championships.

This powerful partnership will benefit both companies as well as their clientele. No Fault Sports Group will now be able to provide their existing customer base with exceptional and environmentally friendly hardwood flooring options. Connor Sports Flooring will gain significant brand recognition as well as a much broader product services list. Their customers will reap the benefits as well, gaining even more top quality flooring options for their facilities. Together, these two companies will be able to truly provide "the industry standard" in athletics basketball sport flooring (

The hardwood courts that Connor Sports Flooring produces meets or exceeds DIN performance. DIN is the standard of performance for hardwood basketball courts. Research of different floor types and athletic use provided the standards for the floor systems, which include requirements that are met across thorough uniformity. These standards include ball rebound, shock absorption, vertical deflection, and area deflection.

All indoor basketball courts are STEM engineer tested for environmentally stability, resiliency, and ability to perform for resiliency with long-term loads. Having access to the leading company for maple hardwood basketball courts provides any athletic facility, high school, college, or NBA team the premier indoor sports flooring ( collaboration between Connor Sports Flooring and No Fault Sports Group.

No Fault is thrilled to add Connor Sports Flooring products to their lineup. Owner and founder of No Fault Sports Group, David Brantley, says of the partnership: "We are ecstatic to join the Connor Sports Flooring team. This opportunity is rare and privileged in the sport/recreational surfacing world and No Fault is fortunate to have earned a place at their table."

Connor Sports Flooring president Jon Isaacs adds, "We are excited and proud to add No Fault Sports Group to the Connor Sports family. Their strong customer focus, commitment to quality, world-wide relationships and unmatched enthusiasm are firmly aligned with the mission of Connor Sports. We look forward to working together to make indoor athletics truly a lifestyle for everyone."

About No Fault

Founded in 1974, No Fault is one of the oldest companies in the sport and recreational industry. Since its inception over three decades ago, No Fault has continued its commitment to providing innovative product development, superior customer service, and the most knowledgeable sales agents and field technicians in the industry. As a result, No Fault has remained the premier company in this industry for athletic, recreational, and playground safety surfacing.

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