Synthetic Turf Pitch Maintenance

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Synthetic Turf Pitch Maintenance

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Synthetic Turf Pitch Maintenance

Synthetic sports surfaces maintenance in can often be overlooked due to many people thinking that Synthetic pitches are service free; however, this is a common misconception. To keep your artificial turf sports pitch performing consistently at its best it is vital that sports surface servicing is carried out. The extent of this cleaning can vary from sports pitch to pitch and surface to surface. For example, the surrounding areas of an artificial turf pitch can have a big impact on the level or degree of maintaining the surface needs to maintain its drainage qualities and playing characteristics. There are different levels and categories of this service such as proactive and reactive maintenance.

Yes, sport surface cleaning is very important if you want to keep your facility in excellent condition. If it's not kept clean then it can become dangerous as hazards can occur. The common problems are that they become slippery, the infill gets dirty, they have flooded or they rip. If you catch these issues before they get worse, it should be more cost effective for you to fix.

Proactive surfacing cleaning is always advised when building a pitch closest to you because in the long run it can prevent costly reactive maintenance visits. If the synthetic grass sports surface pitch in your surrounding area needs repairs not long after installation it's possible that you have not been maintaining your floor regularly or correctly. Proactive maintenance can prevent what could lead to expensive repairs or rejuvenation bills. Proactive maintenance can be as little as regular brushing and drag matting, these prevent infill from getting compacted and remove any unwanted plants, weeds and vegetation from the surface that could lead to the build of moss and algae on your flooring, making your artificial sport facility both slippery and inhibiting drainage. Often a chemical treatment is used to remove and prevent moss and algae growth. For details on this please do not hesitate to contact a staff member using the enquiry form.

This can help a number of facilities that want to extend the life expectancy of the court. Speak to us today if you would like to find out more information and receive more details.

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