STM Launches New Maintenance Website

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Artificial turf sports pitch installers Synthetic Turf Management (STM) have recently expanded their operations and created a brand-new website for their maintenance division: Synthetic Turf Maintenance.

Synthetic Turf Maintenance specialise in preventative and corrective maintenance packages for all types of synthetic surfacing. This includes 3G, fully texturised turf and sand or rubber based infilled products. Focussing on sports clubs, schools, community clubs and private facilities nationwide this division needed its own website and the new site launched last month.

With a complete rebrand of the division and the introduction of a new purple theme, the newly developed website will act as a bank of information for Sports Pitch Managers and will aim to promote the frequency of maintenance on synthetic surfaces throughout the UK.

The main features of the new website are the mobile friendliness to users and easy navigation throughout. With helpful tips and advice on the importance of maintenance (tailored to specific sports), resurfacing and what packages are available, this is an essential guide for all synthetic turf maintenance.

The maintenance of synthetic surfaces ensure that the lifespan of the product is extended to the best it can be, and that the surface won’t lose its durability. However, the main concern is the safety of the product. If areas or seams aren’t repaired as soon as possible, then this could cause serious injury, therefore corrective maintenance helps to maintain high health and safety standards.

Maintaining any type of sports surface, whether that be synthetic grass, tarmac, rubber, natural grass or even clay should be a regular and scheduled process and all pitches need a planned-out schedule. This should involve a combination of both in-house and out-sourced preventative maintenance.

To visit the new website please click [here]

For more about Synthetic Turf Management Ltd, please click [here]