We specialise in sports court construction for a range of outdoor facilities such as tennis courts, 3G synthetic pitches and multi use games areas.
Our installers can carry out the full installation works for a sports court including groundworks, surface construction, painting and line marking in a range of colours.
We can offer help and advice on all aspects of sports court construction to ensure you get a facility with the best performance and safety qualities.
We have a range of surfaces available for sports court construction in Stirling FK8 3 that we can also maintain for you. We install surfacing in a variety of specifications; each different surface type has its own qualities which are ideal for a multitude of sporting events. Every construction that that we do is of a high standard and quality which improves the performance of the game and also the safety of each game. If you’re having a multi-use games area sport facility construction carried out at your school, club or leisure centre, depending on the sports you want to include, there are a number of different surfacing types you can choose from for your MUGA. There is Polymeric Rubber which is an ideal surfacing option for basketball, tennis and netball. Macadam is also a popular surface in schools for sports such as tennis and netball. Each of these hard court specifications can have specialist anti slip paint applied to add better safety qualities and also a coloured design. To learn more about line-marking please click here http://www.sportscourtcontractors.co.uk/line-marking/stirling/
If you would like to speak to us about the costs of a sport court construction project at your organisation, please fill in your details on our quick enquiry form. We will offer a cost estimate for the work and also send you over some previously completed case studies of similar projects.
Artificial 2G grass is used for hockey and multisports, whereas 3G synthetic grass is a more suitable surface for football and rugby. The very first steps to carry out a sport court construction on a football and rugby pitch is to do the ground works. This includes laying the foundation down for the sport pitch to be constructed on. There are a variety of sub bases that are mainly used for these two pitches, the one used the most is an engineered sub-base and dynamic sub-base. Then a shock pad is installed between the sub-base and the turf carpet. The shock pad has impact absorbing properties and it helps reduce the risk of the carpet slipping and it also extends the product’s life span. It is necessary to have a shock pad installed in a rugby pitch because it is a contact sport and the shockpad will prevent injury. After the foundations are complete the next stage is to install your desired carpet onto the sport pitch near me.
If you're having sports surface installations on your surface and you're building a tennis facility, the first thing you do is the groundworks and then you chose the type of surface that you want which is ether Macadam, Polymeric rubber, Synthetic sand filled turf or Artificial clay. The chosen tennis surface type will then be installed onto the prepared sub base and anti slip paint coatings and line markings will be applied. The more popular sporting surfaces utilised for netball surface installations are type 2 macadam surfacing and type 3 polymeric EPDM, these provide the most suitable playing environments and slip resistance qualities for netball. If you're building a basketball court the surface which is used the most is type 1 macadam as this provides the appropriate ball bounce and non slip capabilities for basketball as well as multisports. As the specification and design of each MUGA will vary, the costs to build sports surfaces in Stirling FK8 3 also differ based on a few different factors such as surface type, dimensions and chosen activities. To learn more about costs please click here http://www.sportscourtcontractors.co.uk/costs/stirling/ Our team aim to offer the best prices and top quality installations.
If you are interested in how to install a sport court in Stirling and surrounding areas, you may find the steps that our contractors follow to be of use:
Our sports court contractors can carry out the entire installation process for you at a reasonable price. If you're interested in having a new sport facility installed, it is recommended to think about the different activities you wish to play on the facility first so that you know what kind of budget you're looking at. Our specialists can offer help and assistance wherever necessary, so don't hesitate to get in touch with us.
Please use our contact form to get in touch with us to discuss any enquiries you have with regards to sport surface installations for a variety of specifications and designs. We can assist you with the whole project including designing an area to fit in the space you have whilst also making it possible for a range of activities to be played on the same MUGA. A member of our experienced team will be able to give you some professional advice about costs, quotes and sports court construction in Stirling FK8 3 for your artificial facility.