There is 2 kinds of maintenance that is used for MUGA sports surfaces. The very common reactive and the less common but preferred proactive maintenance. Reactive maintenance means fixing or maintaining after the event has taken place. Proactive maintenance means the prevention of repairs due to planned and costed continuing maintenance.
The sports surfacing in the UK has made major advances over the last number of years in the development of sports surfacing but all of them need maintaining at regular intervals to ensure that the surface performance is maintained, at minimal cost to the client. Astroturf 3G synthetic all weather artificial man made grass, asphalt tar macadam and EPDM recycled rubber Polymeric surfaces are the most common type and they all have slightly different maintenance needs although they also have similar types. Infill rejuvenation, renovation, surfacing deep cleaning, algal squidge removal, algae prevention and game line upgrades / renovation.
Soft Surfaces Ltd are a market leader in the sports surfacing sector and have completed many projects in these areas. New installations, surfacing maintenance and specifications are all part of our remit and we can help you with all aspects of your project. MUGAs or ball court systems can also be designed and specified to suit different area types and sizes. Sizes such as 18×35 to 25x60m are not uncommon and have often been seen in places like schools, individual sports clubs and local authority owned playgrounds, as they are built to specification with individual playing requirements. Soft Surfaces Ltd can help you with all aspects of these areas and maintenance including quotations, costings, pricing, designs, maintenance and full construction. Please visit our website on https://www.sportsandsafetysurfaces.co.uk/ or call us on 01625 445763