Choosing a contractor for your netball court contractors will have a huge impact on the finished sports facility. Whether it’s a small backyard court or a large community centre project the contractor you choose should have in-depth knowledge of national and local sport rules, regulations and standards. They should also be able to advise you on the most suitable surfacing specification for your specific needs.
The surfacing choice you make will affect how the netball court will perform and whether it’s suitable for recreational or competitive use. There are a variety of options available to you including polymeric and needle punch carpets. These surfaces are favoured by the England Netball Association for their softened impact which helps reduce injuries as well as their speed-accommodating characteristics. They may require more maintenance than other surfacing types but they provide durable and cost effective performance throughout the year.
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Macadam surfacing is also very popular at a number of facilities as it’s hard-wearing and requires relatively low maintenance. It’s a good choice for schools as it can be utilized in all weather conditions and is resistant to flooding and waterlogging.
Netball Court Resurfacing have recently completed a full MUGA netball surface construction and sports facility upgrade at Charterhouse School, one of the UK’s leading independent boarding and day schools. The project involved excavation and groundworks, lateral and perimeter drainage systems as well as an engineered sub base layer with a twin-layer open textured macadam base and surface course. A multi-sport MUGA netball colour coating to Netball 75 grip standards and professional line markings were then applied.