MUGAs Multi Use Games Areas
We are the leading sports surfacing contractor throughout the UK being able to offer the full scope of works from design, construction and maintenance. At the design stage of the multi-use games area all details need to be collated with primary sports from football, basketball, netball, tennis, athletics and many more.
Multi Use Games Area Specification
A multi-use games area aka MUGA is designed with all surroundings being a factor for the drainage, height of sport facility fence and floodlights. There are several types of dual use surfaces that we can install – Type 1 macadam surface facility, Type 2 macadam surfacing, Type 3 polymeric court, Type 4 polymeric sports surface, Type 5a sand filled synthetic turf pitch, Type 5b sand dressed synthetic turf hockey pitch, Type 5c needlepunch synthetic turf sport flooring and last a 3G synthetic turf sports surface. All of these have their advantages and disadvantages to meet the playing characteristics of different sports. Below is a photo of a polymeric multisport recreational facility recently installed in Stoke.
Sports Facility Contractors
We are a specialist multi sport area installation company and we’ve got a wide variety of knowledge within the upkeep, repairs in addition to construction of multisport areas. Multi-use facilities are good for many different organisations, for example schools and sport clubs. One good thing about MUGA facilities is that various activities are able to be played in a single area. Every construction is unique and specifications are created for specific needs. There are a number of surface types accessible; included in this are polymeric surfaces, artificial grass, tarmac as well as needlepunch. The surface type may vary depending on what the facility will be utilized for and the budget you are willing to pay out.
MUGA Pitch Maintenance
Our recommendation is that you perform routine cleaning and maintenance, after your MUGA has been constructed. To make the most from the facility and minimize the chances of needing pricey repairs, we suggest carrying out regular inspections to look for any damages. If dirt and debris get onto the MUGA facility, it is recommended you remove it as soon as possible in order to prevent contaminants. If your MUGA does get affected with contaminants, a chemical treatment can be applied as well as restoration to get rid of it. It is great to have a maintenance plan you can follow and stick to.
We’ve completed a number of MUGA court constructions across the UK over the years. As a professional sport surfacing company, we aim to build sport facilities to the top possible standard. If you’re interested to find out more regarding the construction of multisport areas, please have a look at one of our constructions in Macclesfield:
Get in Touch
If you’ve got any questions or queries about the construction and building of a sport facility then please fill in our contact form and we’ll get back to you with some helpful advice. We’ve got many product sheets and case studies we can send you to answer all your queries and here is a video link of a case study showing the works carried out for the construction – Polymeric Sports Court.
We have a wealth of experience in the sport surfacing industry and we’ve installed numerous multi use area facilities all over the UK. Our aim is to give all our clients a personalised service which meets their requirements and fits within their budget. We make our quotes and specifications flexible so that you can design the perfect sports facility for your organisation. If you would like to see any further details of our products and services, please visit https://www.softsurfaces.co.uk/ where you may find information for installation, specifications and maintenance.
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