Specialists in building brand new sports pitch facilities using a number of surface types including artificial grass and macadam to suit a selection of sports.
We can complete the full installation of a sports pitch including groundworks, sub base and laying surfacing as well as fencing and floodlights where required.
Our team have completed various projects for schools and clubs so we can help you decide the ideal surface type for your facility, and build it to suit your budget.
As expert contractors for all weather pitch construction in Scottish Borders TD11 3 we offer a great selection of options when designing the specification for your sports facility. This will allow you to have the freedom to choose the perfect surfacing based on what your institution needs. We have worked with many schools and local clubs so we are able to advise on the best flooring types and specifications for each sport which might be played.
Please get in touch with us if you have any questions regarding prices for installing these facilities. Just fill in the contact box with the details of your project and we'll get back to you as soon as we can with some helpful advice.
The first thing you need to think about is the sports you would like to use the area for, and the size and dimensions of your pitch. From there we can start making the foundations for the dimensions stated within the specification. The foundations for building a multi use sport facility firstly involve laying down a geotextile membrane, this will stop any contaminations such as roots and weeds growing through the sub base. This will ultimately maintain the porosity of the surface, meaning that the facility remains suitable for all weather use.
After the geotextile membrane has been placed down, we then add angular stones on top of the geotextile membrane to ensure that there is an even playing field, this will ensure a high quality product that is strong and durable. We use angular stones during the construction to ensure there are gaps for water to pass through making the surface suitable for use all year round. The sub base also makes sure that the sports facility has a long product life.
If you are not an expert in this industry, it can be difficult to understand how you can build a sports court. Our team have years of experience and extensive training which has allowed us to produce high quality results. Just let us know what it is you are looking for and we can work closely with you to find what you want. We are able to alter any dimensions and colours to suit your requirements, so we always want you to tell us exactly what you want. you can look here - http://www.allweatherpitch.co.uk/specification/sand-filled/scottish-borders/ to see more of the specifications or enter your details in the enquiry form provided.
The costs of all weather pitch construction can vary massively http://www.allweatherpitch.co.uk/cost/scottish-borders/ the biggest factor to take into account is the size and dimensions of a desired area, obviously the bigger the surface the more expensive it will be. Different surfacing specifications also affect the costs of building an outdoor sport surface in Scottish Borders as each one has different qualities. You can also have extra features added on to your sports pitch, such as fencing and floodlighting, we offer different specifications of each to allow more customisation over the final product for the client – this also helps them stay within their budget.
After the sub base has been laid down you can opt to have an impact absorbing shockpad installed. This is good for facilities in Scottish Borders that are being used for fast paced full contact sports such as rugby as the added safety feature is extremely beneficial for the players and athletes using the surface. The shockpad also helps reduce the chance of the carpet slipping, ensuring that it stays in place and offers maximum durability.
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The next stage is the installation of artificial grass carpet of your choice. We offer many different surfaces, all of which are completely porous to allow water to drain through without flooding the area. Each individual carpet is laid out and then they are stuck together to create the final product. Alternatively, you could choose to have a hard court such as macadam or polymeric rubber installed. This all depends on which sports and activities will be played on the area. If the pitch has an artificial grass carpet rather than a macadam or polymeric court http://www.allweatherpitch.co.uk/specification/polymeric/scottish-borders/ the final stage of installation is to spread the infill around the surface. This ensures that the pile height remains structured, and it also gives a lot of added grip for the players and enhances performance characteristics.
We strive to offer the best quality products and services, whilst still doing our best to keep our clients happy and within their budget. To receive a quote for all weather pitch construction in Scottish Borders TD11 3 please fill in our contact form and one of our experts will get back to you with some professional help and information.