Outdoor Court Surfaces – Sourcing The Right Installers
Outdoor court surfaces need to be professionally installed. Finding the right supplier and installer of the sports surface you choose is essential if it is to meet the standards you need. There are numerous ways to ensure that the company you choose is up to the job.
One of the first steps you can take to ensure that the sports surfaces installers you use are of the highest possible standard is to get recommendations from other councils, sports clubs or schools. Start by finding an association, council or school whose outdoor courts have recently undergone resurfacing and find out who did their surfacing installation. Remember to ask whether the work was done with consideration for the needs of the users, and whether they are happy with the end results. Another option is to search for contractors online and contact past customers who have left testimonials on the installers’ websites. Alternatively, ask the contractors themselves to provide references and follow these up. It is also a good idea to spend time speaking to the surfacing contractors themselves. Find out how they plan to achieve the finished installation and when they can complete the work on your outdoor sports court. For schools especially, it is helpful to find out whether the surfacing installers will work during holidays and weekends to minimise disruption to pupils. Finally, check any certification and association memberships that the surfacing company has. Certifications could range from DBS checks to CSCS cards, and memberships might include associations with organisations such as RoSPA.
At DCM Surfaces, all our surfacing installers are CSCS card holders and have undergone DBS checks. We take your needs seriously when installing outdoor court surfaces and will work around your timetable wherever possible. You will find testimonials and previous project information on our website at http://dcmsurfaces.com/. For any further information you require, please email us at email@example.com.