As multisport surfacing experts, we can install a variety of different surfaces in order to suit your requirements.
MUGA facility construction is very popular in schools, sports clubs and leisure centres across the UK.
A multi use games area can be installed in a variety of surface types and can be modified in size in order to meet specific budgets.
We are Multi Use Games Area Installer, we provide a variety of surface types that are very popular in schools, sports clubs and leisure centres across the UK. If you'd like to install a brand new multi use games area in Bristol, our friendly and experienced team are here to help.
We are expert multi use games area installers in Bristol BS4 3 and we can install surfaces to meet individual needs. MUGA facilities are great for schools, colleges, sports clubs and leisure clubs as they allow multiple sports to be played in a single space.
The construction of multi-use games areas helps to keep costs down, as you do not have to install a number of different facilities. Multi-sport areas can be constructed using a number of surface types. The surfaces which we install for a multiuse area include artificial grass, macadam, needlepunch and polymeric.
The choice of surfacing you decide on should depend upon the sports that will be played in the area. Different sports will be more suitable for a specific surface type.
If you're interested in finding out more about the MUGA construction process, please fill in our contact form. As soon as we receive your enquiry we will get back to you with more information and professional advice in an attempt to create a high-quality facility which meets your individual budgets and requirements.
A multi-use games area (or MUGA) is a type of sport facility in Bristol BS4 3 that may be used for numerous sports. MUGAs are installed in establishments like sports clubs, leisure centres, schools and colleges and their closest areas.
They are great for facilities which have limited space or funds, as only one court or pitch will need to be installed for various sports. A range of surface types can be used for multisport areas, including artificial grass, macadam, needlepunch and polymeric surfacing.
The type of surfacing you choose will depend upon the funds you have available and the type of sports you wish to play on the facility; obviously sports like netball and basketball would be best played on macadam or polymeric surfacing, whereas rugby should be played on synthetic turf.
Our sport court consultants are able to offer you information about the different surfacing types and can talk you through which surface would be best for your facility. If you'd like to talk to us about costs and budgets, please get in touch using the enquiry form on this page.
3G Artificial grass is most suitable for sports like football and rugby. 3G synthetic turf has a rubber infill layer which provides natural playing properties and helps to prevent players from becoming injured since it supports their joints.
We could alter our 3G specification to meet individual needs and requirements and we can also install the grass in different pile heights to suit the sports which you are going to play on the facility. In order to protect players when they are playing rugby, we will install a shock-pad to improve the safety properties of a facility.
If you want to install a multisport area for hockey, 2G sand filled and sand dressed are the best surfacing options. These surface types meet up with FIH standards and can also be utilised for football and tennis.
If you'd like to discuss the difference between the sand filled and sand dressed surfaces, please complete our contact form and we'll get back to you straight away. You can also look here - http://www.design-supply-install.co.uk/athletics/high-jump/bristol/ to find out more regarding the range of surface options we have to offer.
Macadam is a popular choice for multisport surfacing in schools and surrounding areas. Macadam requires very little maintenance and is a porous but durable surface type allowing water to drain through easily. Macadam is great for MUGA facilities, since a number of sports, including tennis, netball and basketball, could be played on it.
It is common for our multi-use games area installers in Bristol BS4 3 to apply anti-slip paint to the hard court to enhance the overall look and play of your court and improve slip resistance; this helps to prevent players falling over and becoming injured when playing on the court. We may install anti-slip paint and line markings in colours of your choice to create a bespoke design.
Needlepunch provides a great multi-activity area for sports like football, hockey as well as athletics. This surfacing type is normally used in primary schools where younger children will be taking part in the sports; this is because it is a softer surface and is also available in a variety of bright, vibrant colours.
Needlepunch surfacing is a great option for school multisport areas if you want to lower the cost of your multisport facility construction.
Polymeric surfaces can be used for MUGA facilities nearby, as they are great for numerous sports including netball and tennis. We are able to apply anti-slip paint and line-markings onto the polymeric surfacing in a range of different colours depending on your requirements. Polymeric rubber is a durable, long-lasting surface and is popular with a number of schools and sports clubs around the United Kingdom.
Find out more about the MUGA surfaces here - http://www.design-supply-install.co.uk/muga-pitch/surfaces/bristol/ or speak to our specialist team today. We are happy to give you everything you need to know in order to get the greatest results.
The costs of MUGA construction can vary on a number of different factors including the size of the local facility and what surfacing you choose to have installed. We can help you keep within your budgets by reducing the size of the facility and installing a more cost-effective surface type. However, to get the most out of your facility, it's important that you choose the correct surface type for the sports which you want to play.
Other features including fencing and floodlights could cause the cost of the MUGA construction to fluctuate. We're able to discuss these options with you if you've got a specific budget which you need to remain within. Please contact us using our enquiry form if you'd like to find out more about the costs http://www.design-supply-install.co.uk/muga-pitch/costs/bristol/ of our MUGA constructions in Bristol.
In order to keep your multisport area in the best possible condition, we recommend regularly cleaning and maintaining the court or pitch. We provide cleaning and painting services on polymeric and macadam courts and we can also carry out maintenance of artificial grass pitches. If you notice any contamination on your multisport surface, it is important that you deal with this as soon as possible.
If you leave contamination, it could get worse and lead to more serious problems including flooding and waterlogging. We may also carry out MUGA repairs if necessary to improve the appearance and playing characteristics of the facility. If your multisport area is beyond repair, we also complete resurfacing work in order to renew your existing facility.
For more information regarding the construction, maintenance and repair work our multi use games area installers in Bristol BS4 3 can carry out for please fill in our contact form. Once we receive your enquiry, we will get back to you with additional details and a quote if required.