Cricket Pitch & Square Renovation Services
Renovating a cricket pitch or square is an extremely complex task and requires the knowledge and expertise of specialists alongside the latest machinery to make sure that when playing, the surface is even and has enough bounce and pace for the competitive game of cricket. If the turf isn’t in pristine condition, this could really affect the results of the game and overall be a disappointing experience for the players. Here at ALS Contracts, we specialise in natural grass cricket pitches and the renovation of cricket squares, all of our team work tirelessly to make sure that each sports pitch we renovate is completed to the highest standards possible. Before we start on each project, we sit down with the client and discuss each of their requirements, offering advice and guidance along the way. Then, we complete the cricket pitch & square renovation as efficiently as possible
Cricket matches last a minimum of a few hours, with most lasting days on end, so your turf has to be ready for this level of constant activity. If you employ ALS to renovate your cricket square & pitch, then you’ll never have to worry about your turf letting you down during a match. Many lower-level clubs use artificial turf for their cricket pitch, however, we wholeheartedly believe that natural turf is the only option for a well-performing cricket pitch; there’s a reason why artificial pitches are extremely rare in professional cricket, it’s because natural grass pitches are so much better for practically every sport, which is why we only specialise in natural grass for our renovation and maintenance services.
So, if you’re looking for a cricket pitch & square fit for pros like Alastair Cook or James Anderson, then contact ALS Contracts today and let’s get started with the renovation of your sports turf.
ALS Contracts is a J Mallinsons Ltd company. J Mallinsons Ltd can complete the construction of cricket pitches with ALS Contracts completing the renovation and maintenance of the cricket square and pitch.