Outdoor sports courts might need to be resurfaced if they become very damaged and unsafe after heavy use and a lack of proper maintenance.
We can complete renovations and upgrades of sport surfaces which include ripping up the old surface and replacing it, or applying it onto existing macadam.
Our installers can also apply coloured anti slip paint and line markings in a design of your choice to suit the different sports that you would like to play.
If you have any type of sports surface which is damaged and no longer suitable for use, we carry out MUGA court resurfacing in Orkney Islands KW17 2 to restore the original playing qualities. Our installers specialise in outdoor sport surfacing such as artificial grass, macadam and polymeric rubber. When these types of surfaces at schools and clubs become worn out, it is often more cost effective in the long run to have the facility resurfaced. We'll advise you on all of the different services we offer and help you choose the best solution for your budget.
To talk about the costs of MUGA resurfacing at your facility, please fill in our quick contact form. One of our professional advisors will be in touch with you to help with your enquiry and give you a quote.
Artificial grass surfacing is now common in many sports facilities as the different specifications can be used for football, rugby and hockey. For more info on artificial 3G pitches, please click here http://www.muga.co.uk/surfaces/3g-muga-pitch/orkney-islands/ A lot of older pitches are going through a MUGA resurfacing process as the original turf needs to be replaced by a new and more advanced carpet. We may do this by ripping up the existing synthetic turf and, if the sub base underneath is still in good condition, applying a new layer of synthetic grass in its place. Many schools and leisure centres have tarmac multi use games areas which have become damaged and slippery. Depending on the condition of your court, we can either resurface it or applying a binder coat and new anti slip paint application to improve the playing qualities.
A resurface is the process of removing the existing damaged surfacing and replacing it with a brand new surface to enhance the overall look and play of your facility and restore the original properties. If you have had your facility installed for a long period of time and it is used constantly, you may find that a resurface is in order. Resurfacing is generally done when the facility is beyond minor repairs like fixing rips or tears in needlepunch surfaces or even full rejuvenations. To learn more about needlepunch please visit this page http://www.muga.co.uk/surfaces/multisport-synthetic-turf/orkney-islands/ Although resurfaces can be pricey, they will make the area like a brand new facility making it worth it in the end.
For more information on the benefits of a full resurface, please contact our team using the enquiry form provided on this page. An expert will get respond to your enquiry at the earliest convenience and will give you additional information on resurfaces and other maintenance services which we may complete.
You might be looking to carry out a sports surface upgrade from one flooring specification to another, or to simply improve the surfacing you already have. We offer services to help with each of these types of projects. Lots of schools and public sport facilities near me have macadam spaces which are used as playgrounds, multi use courts and all weather areas. These surfaces are often upgraded with a completely new flooring application to transform them into something different. As macadam is typically used as a sub base for other sport surfaces, an existing tarmac area is quite easy to upgrade.
We may apply artificial grass to a macadam surface to turn it into a football and rugby pitch with a 3G carpet which replicates natural grass. This is a very common sport surface upgrade in schools in Orkney Islands KW17 2 that don’t have the time or budget to spend on looking after a natural pitch which gets flooded every year. Polymeric rubber surfacing can also be used for sport courts, and can be applied on top of an existing macadam area. For more info on macadam surfacing click here http://www.muga.co.uk/surfaces/tarmac-muga-court/orkney-islands/ By carrying out this type of MUGA resurfacing you can improve the appearance and playing qualities of the surface and make it suitable for the sports you want to play. We will also apply new paint coatings and line markings for each of your chosen activities.
Please speak to us by filling in our contact form if you've got any questions about MUGA resurfacing or if you’re looking to upgrade your sports surface. We will talk you through all the options and discuss the costs for installing a new surface at your facility.
We have a number of sports court consultants in our offices who can offer information on the resurfacing services which we carry out. We can tell you more about costs and prices along with specifications and designs that are available. If you would like to speak to one of our team members about MUGA court resurfacing in Orkney Islands KW17 2 get in touch and enquire today using the contact box provided on this page.