MUGA pitch installers offer different types of services such as maintenance, repairs and resurfacing. This is done in order to keep your MUGA facility in good condition and reduce the need for costly replacements in the future. Typical maintenance work includes sweeping and jet cleaning to remove dirt, drag brushing on synthetic pitches and the addition of sand infills as needed especially if a grass surface is being used. It also includes chemical treatments and hard court painting to prevent moss, algae and weed growth.
MUGA pitches are ideal for schools and other organisations with limited space, budgets or facilities because they provide an all-in-one solution to playing football, basketball, tennis and hockey at the same time. They are also much easier to maintain than a regular natural grass pitch. Unlike a traditional outdoor sports area that requires constant attention to keep the surface free from mud and puddles, MUGA pitches typically include draining systems to avoid waterlogging and remain usable in wet or dry conditions.
Choosing the Right MUGA Pitch Installer for Your Multi-Sport Facility
In order to create a high-quality MUGA surface, contractors must first carry out groundwork and the installation of a suitable sub-base. This may involve digging the area and laying down a geotextile membrane that will prevent weeds from growing into the ground. Next, a dynamic stone sub-base is installed that contains angular stones that lock together for stability. The surfacing layer is then laid on top of this to create the MUGA surface that can be used by multiple sports teams and players.