Sand filled and sand dressed hockey pitches need regular maintenance to get rid of any dirt between the fibres and prevent contamination on the flooring.
Deep cleaning within the artificial hockey surface can prolong the life expectancy and stop leaves and litter from getting stuck and causing flooding in the area.
We are specialists in repairing damaged hockey pitch surfaces so don't hesitate to contact us, you should always keep an eye out for any damage and get it fixed as soon as possible.
Sports pitches with synthetic turf surfacing in Biggar Road ML1 5 are now all the rage in schools and clubs because they give perfect playing characteristics. However artificial hockey turf maintenance to these pitches is vital in making sure the sports surfaces are kept clean and safe for the players. It is incredibly important that sand filled artificial surfaces are regularly swept and cleaned in order to remove any litter or dirt from within the pile. We can complete this work and also give professional advice on how you can clean the flooring yourself.
Our team can offer professional help with creating an artificial turf maintenance plan, as well as giving advice on costs to carry out this work. Please use the short contact form on this page to send us over your details so we can get in touch with you to discuss this further.
The first stage of upkeep for hockey surfaces should always be a regular proactive process which can be completed by someone at your organisation. Upkeep of sports surfaces is vital if you want to keep the facility in the best condition. For a sand filled or sand dressed surface, the infill is extremely important in keeping the synthetic pitch fibres upright and giving the pitch good playing qualities. If the sand infill is left to get dirty and compacted, this can lead to drainage problems as water can’t soak through and ends up pooling on top of the surface. Drag brushing, deep cleaning and specialist chemical treatments can all help to keep dirt off the pitch and stop it from getting stuck in the infill. The drag brushing will also redistribute the infill throughout the whole sports surface to keep the playing characteristics even and consistent. As one of the most popular surfacing types for hockey, sand dressed pitch maintenance http://www.artificialpitchmaintenance.co.uk/sand-dressed/north-lanarkshire/biggar-road/ is vital for maintaining and good quality surface which is safe for the users.
The work of maintaining synthetic hockey pitches can vary for each establishment depending on its location and other features of the surrounding area. For example, a sand filled sports field which has a lot of trees nearby would probably require more maintenance as leaves and dirt are more likely to fall onto the area. With a surface like this, care should be taken to prevent contamination from things like moss and algae as these can escalate to further damage.
While carrying out synthetic field maintenance can prevent issues, over time some damage can still occur, however we complete repairs to get the surface back to its best quality. If the sand infill gets dirty and compacted, we will do a test to check the level of contamination and then complete a sports pitch rejuvenation process in Biggar Road. To learn more about rejuvenations please click here http://www.artificialpitchmaintenance.co.uk/rejuvenation/north-lanarkshire/biggar-road/ This is done to remove the dirty infill completely and then install a new layer which gives the facility greatly improved performance. Maintaining synthetic pitches can also include specialist seam repairs if the carpet has become ripped or damaged. Depending on the level of work needed, we will devise a personalised quote for the work to ensure the best results at a good value price.
If you've got a sports surface in Biggar Road ML1 5 and surrounding areas, which is in need of maintenance, you can speak to a member of our team today. Fill in the simple enquiry box with your details so we can email you back and discuss what you need as well as costs for our services.
You may want to know how to repair a hockey pitch if your facility has started to hold water. These simple steps can return your surface to its former glory:
If you'd like to discuss the rejuvenation process with our professionals in more detail, we are able to offer you advice and information on the repair process. For more details please fill in our contact form.
Some people do not follow the correct maintenance plan which causes synthetic turf to become damaged and worn out. If your synthetic field is beyond repair, we are able to carry out a resurfacing service in Biggar Road and surrounfing areas, to make your facility look brand new. A full resurface is generally needed when the artificial grass field has been neglected and not properly maintained; this type of surfacing can be quite costly which is why we recommend setting up an upkeep programme when you have had your facility constructed.
Resurfacing surfaces for hockey is different to a football resurface. To find out about football maintenance please click here http://www.artificialpitchmaintenance.co.uk/football/north-lanarkshire/biggar-road/ Hockey pitch resurfacing can improve the performance of your facility and enhance the overall look and safety properties. By resurfacing your artificial field, all the accreditations will be met just like when the surface was first installed. A number of schools, professional sports clubs and leisure centres often have their pitches resurfaces to upgrade the facility. Upgrades are popular as they allow for even better performance characteristics.
If you would like to learn more regarding artificial hockey turf maintenance in Biggar Road ML1 5 or you are interested in having your facility resurfaced, please fill in our contact form. Our professionals will respond to your enquiry as quickly as possible with information on upkeep plans and a quote if required.