Drainage Of Existing Surfaces

In the Irish climate, the most important limiting factor for use of all-weather surfaces is the inability of most soils to drain water away from the surface at a sufficient rate to contend with our level of rainfall. Additionally, poor soil structure contributes to surface issues such as compaction, which exacebrates poor drainage.

Areas of heavy traffic and use, such as goal mouths, are reknowned for being muddy and difficult to keep in good playing condition. In such situations, the solution is to drain water away from the surface and direct it though the network of channels.

Dry-Doc Sportsfield Drainage System is designed to be installed on both new and existing pitches, with minimal disruption to play. Our highly skilled workforce carry out the work efficiently and professionally to leave the site ready for work or play. Our contracts manager will be happy to visit your site and provide realistic and professional advice, whilst taking into account existing facilities and your specific needs.





Adrian and his team guided us through the whole process assisting with our architect and providing all the necessary documentation required to draw down our sports capital grant.

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