3 First Aid For Synthetic Surfaces!

First Aid For Synthetic Surfaces!

Technical Surfaces, the leading synthetic sports pitch maintenance specialists have just launched their 'first aid for synthetics' campaign.

In light of the rising number of personal injury claims as a direct result of poorly maintained synthetic surfaces, facility managers, local authorities and grounds managers are now aware of the need for proper maintenance and advice.

With a fleet of over 30 dedicated maintenance vehicles and a client base in excess of 7,500 which includes cricket, football, hockey and tennis clubs, local authorities, leisure facilities and universities, Technical Surfaces carry out over 3,000 site visits per year. With interests entirely serviced by achieving maximum life out of an existing surface, Technical Surfaces therefore help to delay the inevitable high cost of re-surfacing.

As well as surface cleaning; one of Technical Surface's biggest strengths in the last few years has been their repair services. As pitches get older, the seams on a surface will be prone to failure resulting in potential trip hazards to users.

Because of this hazard, Technical Surfaces offer a 48 HOUR EMERGENCY CALL OUT service, which has become invaluable to regular clients ensuring in minimal loss of time of the facility and reducing the risk of injury to players.

With over twenty years experience of dealing with synthetic surfaces, it is little wonder that Technical Surfaces are the leading synthetic sports pitch maintenance specialists and first call for technical support all over the country.

For further information about Technical Surfaces, please contact 08702 400701 or e-mail: sales@technicalsurfaces.co.uk

(from left to right): A before and after shot of a synthetic surface recently repaired and maintained by Technical Surfaces.

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