Whether at schools, clubs, or leisure centers, when a high-quality third-generation football 3G Pitch Resurfacing gets worn out and is no longer safe to play on it may be time to consider resurfacing the facility. The resurfacing of an artificial turf sports pitch is an excellent way to increase the life span of the playing surface and also ensures that you can continue to offer your users an elite, high-performance football ground.
Revitalize Your Sports Facility: The Ultimate Guide to 3G Pitch Resurfacing
A resurface will include excavation of the existing area to insert a geotextile membrane and lateral drainage, installation of MOT type 1 sub base and either macadam or rubber shock pad. This creates a porous yet solid foundation to allow for the installation of the new and improved 3G surfacing with sand and rubber infill. The infill is a mix of silica sand and recycled rubber granules which means it has great playing characteristics for both rugby and football.
Once the surface has been resurfaced it is recommended that you use a specialist maintenance company to carry out regular cleaning and power sweeping to remove any surface contamination. They will also be able to decompact the infill, inspect the seams and remove any moss from the surface. This will help to keep your surface in optimum condition and to make sure that you get the best return on your investment by being able to hire out your 3G football pitch to other local organizations, schools or community groups.