The multi use games area (MUGA) is a sports surface that can be used for a variety of different sports in one single space. They can be found in schools, leisure centres and many other organisations as they save on having to provide separate surfaces for each sport. MUGAs have different coloured line markings to distinguish them from each other, and they can be constructed from a variety of materials.
A muga construction buckinghamshire will use high-grade building supplies and construction techniques designed to create an aesthetically pleasing structure that can stand up to regular use and the elements. They will also be able to recommend the best type of surface for your specific needs. Make sure to compare prices from multiple builders before choosing one. You want to choose a builder that uses quality materials at an affordable price point.
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Depending on the type of surface, the MUGA can be constructed from hard court surfacing which includes porous macadam bitmac tarmac (type 1 + 2 MUGAs) or a polymeric sports surface (type 3+4 MUGAs). It can also be built from an artificial grass surface like sand filled or sand dressed AstroTurf or 3G synthetic grass. All of these types can be upgraded to include a floodlighting system, equipment storage, dividing nets and ball rebound systems to help you get the most out of your new facility.