Netball Court Resurfacing is the most popular team sport in Australia and requires high-performance surface materials to ensure maximum safety for players. If you have an older surface that has worn down or become contaminated it may be time to consider resurfacing your netball court or upgrading to a new one. Resurfacing your existing facility will allow for a full rejuvenation of your surface and the addition of a new non-slip-coloured coating will result in a fresh-looking and highly functional facility.
Alternatively, you could upgrade to a new all-weather surfacing option such as the LOKFLOR netball sports surface. This system features shock-absorbing layers to reduce player fatigue and improve footing. The self-draining nature of this netball surface means that you can resume play shortly after rain and requires minimal maintenance to keep it playing its best.
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The Pakenham community was keen to upgrade their two existing netball courts after ongoing subsidence of the base had caused significant damage and a risk of injury for the women and girls who played on it. The upgrade was undertaken through a multi-phased community engagement process including consultation with culturally and linguistically diverse, access and inclusion, and local business leaders.
The court is now a great facility for the community and is used by local schools and netball clubs. It is a wonderful place for families and friends to get together and enjoy the sport of netball. Regular maintenance of the surface will extend its life and prevent costly repairs in the future.