The 3G Pitch Resurfacing process is an opportunity for sports clubs, schools and leisure centres to upgrade their football facilities with a high-quality third-generation artificial turf surface. The new surface will provide an elite performance level and help to bring the community together for football, socialising and other activities that promote healthy living and can often pull struggling clubs out of financial difficulty.
The benefits of 3G surfacing are obvious as the synthetic turf requires much less maintenance than an organic grass surface. There is no need to mow the surface or apply pesticides which saves a lot of time and money. However the synthetic surface does need to be brushed regularly fortnightly using a drag brush to redistribute the rubber infill and prevent infill migration which can cause damage to the surface. It is also essential to carry out preventative moss and algae treatments to avoid contamination of the 3G surface.
Eco-Friendly Approaches to 3G Pitch Resurfacing: A Sustainable Choice
When a football pitch is resurfaced it is possible to get up to a 95% increase in playability and performance. This is because the original surface will have worn out over a period of time and can start to degrade. It can then begin to affect the ball bounce, slide resistance, consistency, and drainage of the surface.
Resurfacing a football pitch with the latest 3G surface can greatly improve all of these factors, which will have a positive impact on performance and safety. In addition, the resurface will make the pitch more resistant to wear and tear and will prolong its lifespan.