There are numerous types of sports court fencing which will offer protection and security when the area is both in use and out of use.
Twin bar rebound fencing is one of the most hard wearing systems for facilities which get a lot of use, this is ideal if your netball court is going to be used as a multi use games area.
Multi use fencing systems are popular in schools and clubs because they can have goal recesses and hoops built within them for use with a number of sports and activities.
We install netball facility fencing to improve the overall look of your facility. No sports court installation is truly complete without the addition of specialist fencing which can be designed to suit a range of requirements for each individual project. Whether the area is in a private residential area or a public sports club, the space needs to be kept safe and secure while it’s both in use and out of use.
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It is important to consider the right type of sport facility barriers if you’re thinking about having a sports space installed for netball or even for multi sports and activities. The extra security of sports fencing will help to reduce the product life of your surfacing by preventing damage from vandalism, as well as reducing the amount of equipment that gets lost while the space is in use. For more details on the types of fence systems we offer with netball court construction [POSTCODE] send us your details on our contact form and we'll get back to you with some product sheets and a cost estimate. It’s important to choose the right specification of fencing for your particular project as selecting the wrong type can mean it gets damaged easily or you end up spending more money on something you don’t really need. This is why you should also factor the costs of different barrier designs in when deciding on a budget if you’re installing a new MUGA court from scratch or renovating an existing one.
There are a few different specifications to choose from, but the one you pick should depend entirely on the existing conditions of the surfacing and the amount of use it’s going to get. For example if your court is going to be heavily used as an all purpose sporting area for a variety of activities, the best barriers to choose would be the super rebound specification. This is made of specially designed 8mm steel bars which absorb impact through use with a lot of sports on a regular basis. Alternatively, a court which gets moderate use could have solid weldmesh barrier installed, this is still a durable and sturdy specification but is not as strong as the super rebound design. For a recreational court which only gets moderate use and does not need a lot of protection, simple chain link barriers can be installed to secure the area and prevent balls from getting lost.
If you are having a new facility built from scratch, you need to look at all of the available options when deciding on a budget for the work. The kind of barriers and other accessories you might choose can all affect the costs of installing a netball surface so you need to think about all of the specifications available to you. For example if you are only installing a small recreational area, then you wouldn't necessarily need the strongest type of barrier so you could reduce costs by going for a lower spec system. The same applies to other equipment and things like floodlighting, different options are available to suit each budget and performance requirement.
We can supply and install each of these barrier specifications to different heights and designs with goal recesses and double or single gates for access. If you’re in need of any type of fence or a sports court surface installation, use our contact form to send us over the details and we’ll give you an idea of prices and costs for the work. Fencing is a very overlooked but important aspect of a court. The maintenance therefore is usually not taken seriously. However, our team always recommend you take a proactive approach to the maintenance of your barriers because if seriously damaged, the barriers could be harmful to the players. Although the fencing we offer is very strong, it can sometimes get scratched or dented by the activities being played inside the space. When it comes to repairing these minor damages, usually a repaint will successfully do the job of hiding them. However, if an actual repair is needed, our team are always available to visit the area and sort the fence out.
If you would like to find out more about netball facility fencing please feel free to get in touch with our team now. You can ask any questions through the provided contact form below. We are happy to give you more information that you need, including markings http://www.netballcourtspecialists.co.uk/netball-court-markings/ and resurfacing that can be suitable for your surfacing.