An end-of-life assessment is an evaluation of a sports surface that has reached the end of its useful life. It is typically carried out to determine the current condition of the surface and whether it is safe and suitable for continued use. The assessment will typically consider factors such as wear and tear, surface hardness, drainage, and other factors that can affect the performance and safety of the surface.
An assessment will determine whether the surface needs to be replaced or if it can be repaired and continue to be used safely. This is important because a worn or damaged sports surface can pose a safety hazard to athletes and may affect their performance. In addition, a damaged surface can lead to increased maintenance costs and decreased lifespan.
Labosport tests the surface for hardness, slip resistance, and other factors to provide recommendations for repair or replacement of the surface. Our expertise enables us to provide specific details to ensure the new surface meets safety and performance standards.