Ball Court Colour Coating
Polyurethane paint colour coatings or Polymeric Rubber Surfacing that Parkmarks lay directly onto macadam (tarmac) provide durable surfacing with a colourful decorative appearance. This, as well as dramatically improving the anti slip qualities of the sports surface.
Solvent Based Polyurethane Paints
These paints form a particularly flexible, hard-wearing and durable coating for a variety of sports courts.
The Solvent Based Polyurethane Paints used for colour coatings are formulated using flexible and highly durable polyurethane technology. It provides optimum durability and longevity when applied to a macadam surface. As well as improving the anti slip qualities.
Surfaces such as this are becoming very popular with many organisations such as schools, sports clubs and leisure centres all across the UK. Organisations are now choosing and preferring to install polymeric rubber surfacing for their sports courts and athletics facilities.
Polymeric surfaces are formed from a complex mix of polyurethane binders and rubber granules with a top coating. It is a popular sports facility specification option because it provides ideal ball bounce and slip resistance qualities for sports such as tennis and netball. The polymeric surface also allows for good water drainage.
Parkmarks (southern) Ltd can provide full sports court installation, including a wide range of bright colours (Dark and Light Green, Red and Blue), complete with contrasting line markings. These markings can be applied using solvent based polyurethane paints (anti slip). We also install our polymeric surfacing to athletics tracks and associated facilities.
If you require a maintenance program, general maintenance or simply repainting and reline marking to your existing area then please feel free to give us a call.
To find out more information regarding our polyurethane paints. Or to find out the costs and prices associated with installing a polyurethane anti slip coating to your sports surface then please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements. Or simply contact us for some no obligation, impartial advice.
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