Laykold® is an acrylic sports surfacing system that can be customized to achieve the desired performance, playability and appearance.
With a combination of strengths like durability, adaptability, and colour range, Laykold is becoming a popular choice for New Zealand’s court surfaces. From basketball to netball, tennis to inline skating, Laykold is the cost-effective alternative to concrete that delivers high performance and good-looks in spades.
The Laykold acrylic sports surfacing system can be easily customised and quickly installed to meet a variety of performance, playability and appearance criteria. As a world-leader in outdoor tennis courts the system has been chosen by premier facilities across the world. You’ll see it underfoot at some of the world’s leading basketball courts.
Laykold comes in 24 colours – 12 standard and 12 vibrant – so you can create the perfect color combination for your court.
Laykold is resistant to ultra-violet and all weather extremes, making it a great choice for outdoor playing surfaces.
Laykold can be installed on regular concrete surfaces as an alternative to coloured concrete which is far more expensive.
Due to its “paint on” application, Laykold can be used to execute highly creative concepts and designs.
LAYKOLD MASTERS COLOUR
LAYKOLD MASTERS 5
LAYKOLD MASTERS 8
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no heavy metals or solvents
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|Designed for existing substrates|
with cracks or imperfections
|Force reduction COMFORT|
|Force reduction PREMIUM|
The recent revamp of the Potter’s Park basketball courts provides a vibrant splash of colour to a popular community park that had become rundown in recent years.
Visitors to the Auckland’s Potter’s Park basketball courts will be treated to a colourful sight as children and adults alike enjoy a game or three on the court’s new surface. With its striking orange and blue design, it’s a much-welcomed addition to the popular Mount Eden b-ball destination – a far cry from the crumbling concrete surface it replaces.