Redgra all-weather surfaces at present are currently all being renovated into a new state of the art 3G artificial pitches. The redgra surface was an all-weather surface installed years ago and was great for multi-purpose sports but now as technology has improved the synthetic turf industry has evolved. Sports and Safety Surfaces can provide a complete resurface of your old surfaces and will provide the best synthetic turf pitches possible to completely revitalise the area.
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What is Redgra?
This is a really beneficial surface that is known to be very absorbent and is the perfect option for anyone looking for running tracks and hard surface games such as football and cricket. It is a very high-quality material with a number of great benefits which is why it is one of the most reputable services available.
The synthetic turf is ideal to upgrade the surfaces because the sub base is already in place and its just the case of sweeping off any loose materials and then building up onto the existing floor. The redgra surfacing was a blend of fine stone and clay so is more than adequate as a sub-base. Some projects when we rejuvenate or renovate the pitch requires drainage channels to be dug into the floor to help aid rainwater off the pitch and keep it an all-weather surface.
Redgra is a surface that was developed dozens of years ago around the 1960s. Because of this, it is a very common floor and has been used thousands of times for many different courts in the UK. However, with improvements in technology, the old courts are being replaced by Synthetic Turf flooring.
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Many of these upgrades to the pitches are carried out with a sports flooring shockpad of either rebounce, in-situ rubber crumb shockpad or a match pad preformed shockpad. This gives the underlay ready for the carpet and grass to be installed onto. The grass can be tailor fit to meet the playing characteristics of any sports including football, netball, basketball, hockey, tennis, rugby and athletics activities.
It is worth considering a number of different surfacing options before committing to the final purchase of your flooring choice as they all offer a number of different benefits and are perfect for different reasons. The floor is amazing for most sports and is very common in the UK. It is likely you have seen the same texture in sports courts such as Football and Cricket.
If you require further information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our specialists for a range of great information regarding Redgra All Weather Sports Surfaces. We have years of experience and will always assist you in finding the answers to your questions.