Anderson Ladd, now known as H2I Group, specializes in a variety of commercial and sports flooring materials. From hardwood to polyurethane and stage flooring to weight rooms we can meet the needs of your athletic, home, or business facility.
Though our name has changed, our commitment to excellence for our clients and partners hasn’t changed. We remain a company that serves through planning, design, construction, and service solutions for high performance environments that enrich and inspire the lives of our clients, communities, and employees. Learn more about H2I Group‘s total facility solutions.
Since 1949, Anderson Ladd has become one of the USA’s largest hardwood flooring, weight room flooring, track flooring, and athletic flooring contractors. We offer design and installation of new athletic flooring and athletic equipment. Furthermore, we help service and maintain flooring, bleachers, scoreboards, and all types of athletic equipment. Our scope of work includes all facilities such as: gymnasiums, rec centers, indoor and outdoor tracks, weight rooms, wrestling rooms, dance floors, stage floors, commercial and residential floors.
The look of quality, durability, and performance of your facility has a lot to do with how well the flooring and equipment was designed and installed. Anderson Ladd wants to help you have a beautiful, safe, and high-performance facility. We listen to your goals first, then make recommendations based on our decades of experience with safety, athletic performance, durability, maintenance, and budget.
Customize, design, and view your gym flooring before the construction phase begins.
All of our installations are performed by the Haldeman Homme Installation Team (H2I sister company) with gym flooring certifications.
Our repair service include spot repairs, hardwood cleaning, complete resurfacing, and total replacement.
Water can quickly destroy your wood gymnasium floors. The steps for repair and replacement look different for every floor, depending on scope of damage and what the subfloor looks like. A member of our team can help you assess your gymnasium and figure out your next steps.
Roseglen, ND Minneapolis, MN Eagan, MN Onalaska, WI Slayton, MN
White Shield High School
University of MN Athlete's Village
Twin Cities Orthopedics
Misty's Dance Unlimited
Murray County Central High School
“We’re very happy with our experience with Anderson Ladd and I would 100% recommend them to any other studio owners or anyone working in youth services.”
Misty LownMisty’s Dance Unlimted
“They did a remarkable job working with us in selecting the appropriate flooring type, planning and design of these spaces…Anderson Ladd truly cares for their customers from start to finish.”
Mike BreyenElk River High School
“Anderson Ladd gave us a floor that exceeded our expectations all within the guaranteed tight time frame. I couldn’t be happier. Thank you!”
Todd A. RussSt. Croix Lutheran HS President
Never wet mop or intentionally pour water onto the floor. Do not use harsh cleaners, detergents, or oil soaps.
It depends on the type of activities being done in the gym. Both hardwood floors and synthetic floors have varying options.
Floor cleaning and daily use will slowly wear your floor finish down, so an annual recoat is recommended.
Contact a design expert! We utilize the most up to date virtual design coordination tools, including Revit and BIM, to ensure everything fits where it’s supposed to.
The first thing to remember when you clean your gym floor, whether you have a rubber, synthetic, or wood floor, is to never saturate it with water. Use a dry mop to remove particles, when necessary use a damp mop and dry any residing moisture right away.
One of the best ways to protect it is to cover it when a vinyl cover when not in use for extended periods of time. Other things to remember are never to drag heavy objects and clean up any spills right away to protect your floor from water damage. Even small amounts of moisture can damage it over time.