We are specialists in completing repairs to sports court damage and problems such as cracked macadam, ripped artificial grass and loss of drainage qualities.
It is vital to regularly check your outdoor sports court for any damage or problems with drainage, this will ensure the issues are fixed as soon as possible.
As well as repairing damage to your sports court, we can also apply binder coats and fresh anti slip paint in a choice of colours with professional line markings.
MUGA sports court repairs in Kilninian PA74 6 are required for outdoor sports facilities that get a lot of use, it is common for them to get damaged or worn out over time; this is where we also carry out this servicing. Depending on the level of damage or the problem you’re experiencing, we will be able to offer advice on the best methods of maintenance or repair for your area. Completing routine performance and safety checks to your sport facility is advised so that you can find any issues and fix them as soon as possible.
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Common problems with hard courts made from tarmac include fretting or cracks in the stone, and a loss of drainage qualities. We could fix this by applying an emerald stone mixture to the affected areas to fill in any cracks and smooth over the damage. If there are problems with drainage we would recommend a thorough clean to get rid of dirt and contaminants which may be stuck and blocking up the pores in the surface. For artificial grass pitches, MUGA sports pitch servicing might include fixing damaged seams or rips in the synthetic carpet. This should be done as soon as possible to prevent loose turf becoming a trip hazard for users of a facility.
Please use the quick contact form on this page if you would like to speak to use about the costs to complete maintenance and repairs of your sports surface. We will gladly send you over some case studies and a quote for the work as soon as possible.
Through our experience as a professional sport surface repair company, we have completed many projects to restore damaged multi sport courts and bring them back to their former glory. As well as fixing localised damage to tarmac, polymeric rubber and synthetic grass surfaces, we also carry out additional repairs to improve these facilities.
If you have a nearby macadam sports surface which has developed fretting and loose stones, a specialist binder coat could be applied to the whole area. This is designed to strengthen the flooring and bind the loose stones back onto the court. A new coating of anti slip paint will always be included when a binder coat is applied https://www.muga.org.uk/colour-spraying/argyll-and-bute/kilninian/ Coloured sports court coatings are available in numerous colour options with contrasting line markings for each of your desired sports. It is always important to regularly check your surfacing in order to catch any problems quickly. This should help to reduce the spread of damage and keep the area as safe as possible for people who use it.
We have worked at many of the closest schools, clubs and domestic homes for repairing multi use games areas and are able to offer our expert advice on any issues you have https://www.muga.org.uk/contractors/argyll-and-bute/kilninian/ Feel free to speak to a member of our team about MUGA sports court repairs by filling in our quick contact form today. We'll discuss costs, specifications and additional maintenance techniques for your sport court to ensure it’s playing at its top potential all year round.
It's not just hard courts which can become damaged over time; synthetic pitches may also require maintenance and repairs. If the pitch becomes waterlogged our team are able to carry out rejuvenation services. If your synthetic turf multisport facility is beyond repair, we can conduct MUGA pitch resurfacing in Kilninian PA74 6 to bring the facility back to its former glory. During a resurface no groundworks should be necessary, as the existing sub base can be used. When carrying out a resurface, you may decide to have the same surfacing type installed or a completely new surface. We could resurface facilities to meet your requirements and we will ensure that you receive the best service. Resurfacing may be done to fix your existing surface or simply upgrade to a new or more advanced specification.
A synthetic pitch rejuvenation is a process which restores the porosity of surfacing when they have become waterlogged. Rejuvenation is vital when a synthetic area begins to hold water, so that the multisport facility doesn't become contaminated and begin to flood. Our team will extract dirty infill and replace it with new silica sand to restore porosity and lengthen the lifespan of a pitch. The rejuvenation process can also improve the look and play of the MUGA, enhancing performance properties. We even complete recycled rejuvenation; this is where we remove the contaminated infill and deep clean the surface. For more information on synthetic pitch rejuvenation, please do not hesitate to contact us.
A number of different factors can alter the MUGA repair costs in surrounding areas, including the condition of an existing surface. The extent of damages is one of the biggest factors which can alter the price to repair your multi use games area. It is recommended to carry out regular inspections of your multisport facility to lower costs of repairs.
If you get court repairs and damages fixed early on they will not develop into worse problems. If the damages do get worse, you may need to get more costly servicing done like resurfacing. We can conduct a high quality repair service to lessen the need for a full resurface, however if damages are beyond repair resurfacing may be your only option to restore the court or pitch.
For more information on local MUGA sports court repairs in Kilninian PA74 6 please do not hesitate to contact our team. We can discuss the repairs in detail and send you a quick and free quotation to get your court restored to its original quality. Please make use of the enquiry form on this page to speak to a member of our friendly team.