Tennis court contractors will often take on the resurfacing of an old or disused ball court. Tennis courts will often need resurfacing or renovation works when the existing court is damaged, dirty and has become dangerous to use. The upgrade of the tennis pitches should be pretty fast on site because you can use the existing sub base to install sports surfaces onto.
Some tennis court contractors will specialise in this area of MUGA refurbishment, whereas other companies will only take on HP cleaning of the ball court. Some contractors will then specialise in the application the HG4 & HG5 anti slip coating and game lines to the tennis court surface. Our specialist tennis court builders can carry out the full process to keep your sports facility in the best possible condition.
In this video below you can see our team carrying out a thorough clean and repainting process to an existing sport surface.
Resurfacing of the Multi Use Games area can come in different forms but budgets and size of the area will affect the type of surfacing required. Polymeric surfacing is an EPDM rubber surface which is classed as a Type 4 MUGA. Porous Macadam surfacing is another option which is also known to many within the UK as tarmac, bitmac or asphalt. These can come with or without an anti slip coating and are classed as Type 1 & 2 MUGA. Synthetic Grass, with or without a shockpad, is another tennis court surface and is classed as a Type 5 MUGA.
We are a contractor who specialise in all aspects of tennis court repair, cleaning, resurfacing and recoating, a real One Stop shop. We have many case studies in this sector and would be happy to provide specifications, designs, quotations and advice with your tennis court projects. This includes sports floodlighting and sports rebound fencing, as our dedicated team have expertise in these areas. Please fill in our contact form or visit our website on https://www.sportsandsafetysurfaces.co.uk/ to find out more about the products and services we provide.