Surface Maintenance - Re-Painting
Painting & Lining Existing Sports Courts
Re-Painting Older Courts
Repainting an older court will rejuvenate its appearance and improve slip resistance, resulting in a court that will be a pleasure to play on once more.
Additionally the new paint coating will restore strength and protection to the surface. This will help extend the life of the court’s surface by increasing its long term durability, more so when used in conjunction with a Surface Binder.
Surface Binder is also often used on new courts that are heavily shaded (where coatings have reduced life because of moss growth and permanently damp areas) or heavily used surfaces, such as a school or park playground, or at a very busy club.
As a general rule a court surface can be coated (with binders and / or paint) three or possibly four times before a noticeable reduction in porosity occurs. Provided the coating is applied by means of an airless sprayer that will provide an even coating with sufficient coverage, but not so dense as to effect the surface porosity.
Re-Painting Sports Surfaces
We apply Colour Coatings or Binders using Airless Sprayers
These produce a uniform spray fan with feathered edges. This results in excellent coverage with minimal discernible lines on the painted surface.
Two coats of paint are applied, the second coat is applied at 90 degrees to the first to ensure an even finish with no patches.
All our painting complies with the current standards laid out in the Sports & Play Construction Association (SAPCA) code of practice.
Prior to Re-Painting, courts require to be Thoroughly Cleaned.
This ensures the majority of debris and loose stone are removed, providing a sound surface prior to application of the paint.
Painting – Surface Types
For more information regarding types of playing surfaces we are able to refurbish;
Painting – Available Colours
For more information regarding available colours and combinations and also the appropriate paint required;