Polymeric EPDM rubber surfacing is commonly chosen for tennis courts as it's a durable and versatile sports surface which can be installed in a range of bright colours.
This rubber surface type is made up of rubber granules which are mixed together with a binder and then laid out onto an engineered macadam sub base.
Polymeric sports flooring can be installed as a structural spray specification where the rubber is sprayed out to create a textured finish with added grip and slip resistance.
Tennis Court Contractors are experts at installing polymeric rubber crumb sports surfacing in Ale Oak. We offer a quality service at a great price.
The unique porous EPDM rubber crumb in Ale Oak can be used as a sports surface for multi use games areas and is the perfect type for any MUGA. Not only is the system SuDS compliant, but it is also ideal for the play of tennis meeting SAPCA, ITF and LTA standards and specifications. This can refer to the ball bounce on the tennis court, the player/surface interaction and the slip resistance applied once the sport surface has been installed.
Many organisations in the UK sell EPDM surfacing; however, it is important to do credit checks before commencing with surfacing work to ensure that both suppliers and installers have obtained the required certifications and accreditations.
In addition to rubber sports surfaces, we also offer a range of alternatives including macadam and synthetic turf courts in Ale Oak http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/surfaces/synthetic-turf-sports-surfaces/shropshire/ale-oak/ so feel free to contact us to discuss any of these other sports surface types.
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EPDM rubber crumb sports surfaces may be found all over the UK as a top specification surface for tennis courts and a multi use games area. You can expect to find polymeric surfacing within institutions such as:
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Installing polymeric sports surfaces in Ale Oak can be carried out by our specialists, to the highest standards. When constructing and installing tennis courts, we only use the best quality materials to get the greatest results. To carry out this process, we follow these simple steps:
Installing a polymeric sports surface can be perfect for a range of sport facilities across the UK. If you are interested in finding out further details, please get in touch with us today. We could give you all the required information as well as talk you through the process. Fill out the contact form provided, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Polymeric surfacing is a type of rubber sports surface type which can be used for many facilities like sport courts, MUGAs, athletics tracks and their surrounding area. Many MUGA facilities are installed with EPDM flooring because it is a porous flooring type which means that water can pass through easily. For this reason, the surface area will not become flooded in wet weather, meaning that the facility may be used all year round in almost any weather conditions.
This type of surfacing is great for sports like tennis, as it provides great performance characteristics.
An EPDM court can also be colour coated using a specialist anti slip paint, improving the look and playing characteristics along with the slip resistance of the facility.
When choosing your nearby polymeric surface, you have a wide range of colours and line markings, including small sided tennis for young children and full size for adults and professional play.
There are various colours of polyurethane anti-slip coating to suit many different designs and specifications to make the local sport court flooring unique. The line-markings are also available in many colours so that they stand out from the rubber surface.
The construction of this type of sports surface involves mixing rubberised granules with a specifically formulated polyurethane binders on-site and laying insitu by the method of hand lay or machine lay. Once the flooring has fully cured non-skid, anti slip paint is applied to the flooring to give the flooring colour and skid resistance. Once the moisture cure polyurethane paint has dried tennis court lines may be applied.
This specification is very popular for schools playground surfacing, multi use games areas and clubs that do different sports such as tennis basketball and more, who are looking to complete a MUGA court upgrade in Ale Oak by installing a surface with better playing qualities for different sports.
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Please fill out our contact form today to receive some professional advice regarding EPDM surfacing including costs of materials, price of installation and design specifications possible. We can also provide you with information on whether a polymeric flooring is possible in your local area and how this can generate money for your organisation.
If you are interested in finding out more about EPDM tennis courts, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our contractors. Fill in the contact box now, and we can offer you all the information you need on the installation of polymeric rubber crumb for your sports surfaces in Ale Oak including costs and specifications.