All-Weather Running Tracks
Your running track represents a substantial investment. For over the past 30 years, our have been involved in over 500 running track projects. HSC is a member of the American Sports Builders Association, we specialize in the construction, maintenance, and line marking of latex, and rubber asphalt running track surfaces.
Vented Latex Running Tracks
HSC has spent years testing and developing our latex track surfaces and offers a state-of-the-art application method. This method has improved wearing characteristics and greater resiliency over traditional latex surfaces. You can select from a wide variety of colors and thicknesses.
Rubber Asphalt Running Tracks
Due to the effects of athletic activities, moisture penetration, and the freeze–thaw cycles, your asphalt running track could be susceptible to damage. Sealing your running track will dramatically reduce these harmful effects while literally doubling the life of your running track.
HSC can also provide a routine maintenance plan to help extend the life of your track. Call today for a free track evaluation.
Advantages of Synthetic Tracks
Synthetic running track surfaces have become increasingly popular over the years
for many reasons. They are made from various materials, including rubber and
polyurethane, and can come in a range of colors. These surfaces are known for
their durability and low maintenance requirements. Unlike asphalt tracks,
synthetic tracks don't crack, break, or wear out as quickly, which means less need
for frequent repairs and replacements.
In addition to durability and low maintenance, synthetic track surfaces offer a
range of other benefits. One of the most significant benefits is safety. Synthetic
tracks provide a more forgiving surface for runners, which helps reduce the risk of
injury. They also offer better traction, which can help prevent slips and falls.
Synthetic tracks are also designed to be shock-absorbing, which can help reduce
the impact on runners' joints.
Another advantage of synthetic track surfaces is their versatility. They can be
designed for a variety of uses, including running, jumping, and throwing events.
Synthetic tracks can also be customized to meet specific requirements, such as a
specific level of shock absorption or durability. This makes them a great option for
schools, universities, and sports facilities that need a track that can accommodate
When it comes to safety, synthetic tracks are a better option than tracks paved
with asphalt. Asphalt tracks can become slick when wet, which can increase the
risk of injury. In contrast, synthetic tracks are designed to provide good traction,
even when wet. They also offer better shock absorption, which can help reduce
the risk of injuries caused by impact. Overall, synthetic tracks provide a safer and
more reliable surface for runners.