SPORTS HALL SURFACING

TVS offers sports hall surfacing and high performing systems catering to multiple indoor sports and requirements in a confined area, with increased demand of footfall. Indoor sports hall facilities have to cater for multiple sporting requirements in a very confined area, with increased demand and levels of footfall.

As a result, a high performing and importantly a highly durable system is required.

TVS offers complete systems for multiple sporting or facility requirements as well as component parts to complement other systems.

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BENEFITS

  • Applicability: Can be designed to conform to the specific sporting requirements for multiple indoor sports
  • Player Surface Interaction: Cushioned rubber system, increasing player comfort while delivering a highly grip-resistant play surface.
  • Greater Noise Control: Due to its open porous texture and elastic composition, our elastic layers and rubber surfaces reduce the reverberations and loud echoing noises often associated with indoor sports halls.
  • Low Maintenance: When coupled with RZ Turbo protect sealing system, the rubber surfaces become highly resistant to dirt and are simple to wipe clean.
  • Easy Installation: Preformed uniform roll systems can be tailored to your specific installation requirements with consistency assured across the entire area.
multi use games area surfaces
multi use games area surfaces

The Different Types Of Indoor Sports Hall Flooring

Sports halls need a hard surface for court games and assemblies. The traditional choice is hardwood flooring with a glossy lacquer that can be buffed. If you want a classic look, this is hard to beat and hardwood lasts 20 to 30 years.

Modern alternatives to hardwood include polyurethane and vinyl. These types of indoor sports hall flooring are cheaper but more durable. They need no polishing, just a good clean when your school janitor makes the rounds.

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What Are The Different Types of Sports Flooring

How Is Sports Flooring Installation Carried Out?

Sports floors come in all shapes and sizes, but sports flooring installation is a structured process. Here’s how the process works:

The old floor is removed if applicable. This could be an old hardwood floor, carpet, vinyl or tile. It depends on the previous use case. It may even be an old rubber gym floor. Whatever it is, it’s removed and sent away for recycling.

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Case Studies

TVS Sports Surfaces has a proud history of supplying market leading products and has gained a wealth of experience by supporting projects at University of Kent, Newcastle Academy, Broughton High School, Hilbre High School, Bryanston School and many others.

In addition to some of the UK’S biggest gym brands, we also work with businesses, sports centres and hotels. The service we provide is all-inclusive, with design, installation, recycling and aftercare included.

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Polyurethane vs vinyl sports flooring