Tennis Court Builders

Tennis Court Builders

Tennis court construction is carried out with surface types such as porous macadam, polymeric rubber and synthetic grass, each specification has different playing qualities and is chosen depending on the client's requirements.

Sport Surface Contractors

Sport Surface Contractors

The installation process for a tennis court involves excavating the existing ground, applying a strong sub base, laying out the desired surfacing, and adding paint and line markings for different sports.

Tennis Facility Installers

Tennis Facility Installers

As a specialist contractor we can install tennis court surfaces to meet a range of performance requirements with coloured designs and multi use line markings.

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Tennis Courts Construction Builders

Tennis courts construction builders can build and construct to a specification which is normally designed compliant to LTA, ITF and SAPCA standards. The general design and build of sport courts are dependent on the budgets and funding the customer has received because there are several alternatives from the type of surfacing to the difference in perimeter fencing.

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Sport court builders will need to know the existing ground conditions to price and quote the groundworks element which will be to excavate and build the foundation in preparation for the surfacing which could be an open graded porous macadam surface, polymeric rubber crumb flooring system or a synthetic turf sand filled surfacing specification (2G).

Tennis Court Construction Companies

The majority of tennis court construction companies in your surrounding area will build the recreational and competition level areas to be permeable and porous so the facility is SuDS compliant. This helps the sport to play on the area all year round as is an all weather surface with the rainwater able to soak through the whole construction and surfacing. For macadam and polymeric courts we may also carry out sport surface colour spraying http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/applications/tennis-court-colour-spraying/ to maintain the porous qualities and provide slip resistance as well.

To get the surface to meet ITF, LTA and SAPCA accreditations the surface will have to be sprayed with an anti slip coating. This skid resistance coating comes in the form of a colourful polyurethane or acrylic paint and is applied so the flooring near me can meet the slip resistance rating of TRRL 55 or SR 55. Feel free to complete our contact form if you would like us to send you some more product details and an idea of the costs for construction.

Building Tennis Court Costs

The costs and prices associated with building a facility can vary depending on specification with various designs able to meet all budgets. Sport courts can be constructed to variety of different size and dimensions for facilities used for recreational purposes or for venues used for mini tennis.

There are a number of different coloured anti slip paints to spray coat your macadam or polymeric surface to provide the surfacing with LTA and ITF slip resistance levels TRRL 55 and SR 55. The acrylic and polyurethane spray coats are available in a number of colours including blue, red and green. We may apply these as part of a full tennis surface construction project or to an existing court where the paint has faded away over time. Look here http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/other/tennis-court-construction/ to find out more regarding the construction process as well as 

The installation of fencing also can be tailor fit in design to fit costs in varying the height of the fence from 5m high to 3m high. The materials of the fence can be changed from super rebound twin bar fencing to rolled weldmesh perimeter fence.

How to Build a Sports Court Near Me

We have years of experience inside the construction industry and we have built a number of sports courts closest to you. If you are interested in how to build a sports court, our contractors follow these steps:

  1. Excavate the existing area
  2. Lay down a membrane to lay onto
  3. Stone up to correct levels
  4. Install a macadam sub base 
  5. Apply polyurethane binder coat
  6. Install sports surfacing (unless you are having a macadam surfacing)
  7. Paint the surface in the colours of your choice
  8. Apply line markings to the facility

If you would like to receive some costs for the construction of courts, groundwork specifications, sport court builders lead times or details on all the various options of surfacing please fill in our contact form where we could reply with all the information required. You can also find out more regarding the additional features we have available, including air domes here - http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/other/tennis-court-air-domes/ to learn how you can improve your home. 

Sports Court Maintenance

The tennis court builders within the UK should all be able to offer the full package including maintenance because ongoing maintenance is crucial in making sure the surfacing is kept safe and the performance of the playing characteristics is met.

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We could set up a maintenance plan for your nearby facility including cleaning and painting where necessary. We recommend having your facility professionally cleaned every year and repainting the surface every 3-5 years depending on how often the facility is used and where it is located (i.e. if the facility is under trees, the residue may get onto the facility meaning more maintenance may be required). We may also complete minor repairs along with full resurfaces if local courts have been vandalised or neglected over time. 

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Our tennis courts construction builders offer reasonable prices and the best installation services, so please do not hesitate to get in touch for a quote from one of our estimators. We focus on giving you the best quality results that last a long period of time. Just fill out the enquiry form provided and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as we can with everything you need to know. 



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