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Rooftop sport pitches

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Roofs can be put to good use if they are given artificial turf or other coating. In many areas, including many parts of our cities, space is limited and the space allowed for building new sport facilities is often minimal. We create market-leading space-saving solutions.

Working with creative project planners and open-minded contractors, in the past 4-5 years we have laid a number of sports and recreational areas on flat roofs. No roof-top project is too small and none too large. We are more than willing to advise clients throughout the process - from the concept phase until the project reaches its completion - to provide the optimal solution that is easy to clean and use. We have developed a lightweight, self-draining construction for use on flat roofs, which allows for optimal exploitation of existing roof surfaces.

Which types of roof-top surfaces can we offer you?

  • PU-bonded synthetic surface made of coloured EPDM rubber granulate.
  • Artificial grass - with shock-absorbent membrane, if required.

 

What are the benefits of our roof-top synthetic surfaces?

  • We have unsurpassed skills and experience. For example, we have designed our own lightweight, self-draining, bonded constructions for use on flat roofs.
  • Our synthetic surface system for roof-top applications is tested and approved by the Danish Institute of Fire & Technology (DBI), category Broof (t2).
  • If you choose as synthetic surface, there is a wide range of colours and colour ways to choose from.

Contact our team of advisors

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Jan Lyngemark

Head of sales, Outdoor

Denmark

T:
+45 5080 0523
E:
LOADEMAIL[jan.lyngemark]DOMAIN[unisport.com]

Tommy Bay-Hansen

Sales Consultant

Fuenen and Zealand

T:
+45 3073 6556
E:
LOADEMAIL[tommy.bay-hansen]DOMAIN[unisport.com]

Per Ørum

Sales Consultant

Jutland

T:
+45 5091 9049
E:
LOADEMAIL[per.orum]DOMAIN[unisport.com]

Jens Thousgaard

Sales Manager, Outdoor

Jutland

T:
+45 4064 1250
E:
LOADEMAIL[jens.thousgaard]DOMAIN[unisport.com]
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