Kids and adults both enjoy inline skating or related activities such as roller hockey. Since ice skating is limited to special facilities or weather, people prefer the flexibility of roller skates or inline skates. Because of this many sports facilities now have a dedicated area for inline skating. But while such areas are for inline skating many lack the proper surface. Instead of having a special surface for skating purpose they use generic materials that are used in other recreational areas.
Painting or repainting an inline skating/roller hockey surface
is simpler than you think, while the results are better than what you would expect. This can also be done at a low price when you do the process yourself using the do-it-yourself solution provided by Tennis Universal. At Tennis Universal they offer many different types of do-it-yourself resurfacing solutions for various activities such as tennis, basketball and also inline skating/roller hockey and running tracks. Instead of using the same formula for all the surfaces they specialize each material to match the specific needs of the activities.
The largest difference between the other surfacing materials to the inline skating/roller hockey rink would be the absence of sand. For tennis or basketball the addition of sand is vital since it adds traction for the players but when it comes to skating a smooth surface is more important than anything. The floor should also be even without any cracks or holes, which is why Tennis Universal
recommends applying a base coat of MultiSkate Neutral Acrylic Resurfacer before applying two coats of MultiSkate Color.
The process can easily be done by a small crew and can be finished within a couple of days for a typical sized project. In order to ensure proper installation Tennis Universal offers easy to follow comprehensive step-by-step guidelines
to help you with your project. If you happen to have any questions regarding your project they also have an 800# dedicated to answering your questions. Tennis Universal's extensive experience in the field will allow you to get all the help you need to get the project done right the first time around.
After the installation is complete you can finish the project by applying the lines. Tennis Universal even offers a diagram that'll allow you to meet the standards of The National In-Line Hockey Association, making the process even easier for you. You shouldn't have to spend tons of money just to resurface your skating rinks. Why would you have to over pay someone for a job that you can easily do yourself?
Tennis Universal also comes with reliability backed by their more than 30 years experience in the field of tennis related equipment. Aside from awnings and cabanas you can find virtually anything related to tennis courts that you'll ever need including nets, posts, windscreens, lighting, domes/bubbles and "Do-It-Yourself resurfacing materials with a unique interchangeable color chart for tennis and basketball courts and "repair & resurfacing guidelines" for asphalt & concrete courts. Please visit their website today at www.tennisuniversal.com and take a look at their online catalogue. You'll be impressed by the large selection of products you can purchase from a single "one-stop-shopping" online tennis equipment store.