HOCKEY PITCH MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
We offer Hockey pitch regular maintenance, cleaning, part rejuvenation, full rejuvenation,
re-lining and repairs for sand based and sand dressed surfaces. Also cleaning, maintenance, chemical treatments, rejuvenation and repairs for water-based surfaces.
SAND FILLED AND SAND DRESSED
These are popular for club/community level and for schools and offer a fast game with 'even' cushioning for the ball. Typical pile hight is 18-24mm and the surface is either filled or dressed with fine silica sand. This surface can become contaminated and very compacted leading to a slippery, dangerous surface that is prone to flooding.
Pitch Cleaning: Regular Maintenance
A regular maintenance programme is recommended from new with a periodic part rejuvenation.
In the majority of cases this will allow your surface to outlast manufacturers warranties by as much as 50% and ensures good playability throughout the year.
Part/Full rejuvenation involves replacement of infill and will ensure improved drainge and playing performance, ideal for previously un-maintained or older surfaces.
We offer a full and comprehensive re-lining service using two pack polyurethane paints to ensure
a long lasting, high quality finish.
From seam repairs to large patches, we can guarantee perfect play even from older pitches that require patching.
For further information go to Sand filled and Sand dressed surfaces
Used mainly for high level hockey and offers very fast play; some newer pitches can be played without water for practice and club games. Typical pile height is 18-20mm.
This surface can become very contaminated with moss and live algae this leads to a slippery, dangerous surface.
Using our unique cleaning system we are able to remove ground-in debris, moss, mould and algae from the surface by jetting water in then vacuuming detritus out.
The system leaves the pitch clean and clear and ready for the season.
From seam repairs to large patches, we can guarantee perfect play even from older pitches that require works. For more information go to water based surfaces