Over time tennis court surfaces can become damaged and maintenance such as seam repairs or new paint coatings may be needed to bring back the performance qualities for players.
It's important to regularly check for damage to your tennis court and get any issues fixed as soon as possible to minimise problems and stop the issue from spreading.
We can carry out repairs to tennis court surfaces to make the facility safe again as well as improving the appearance and making a better overall playing experience.
As experts in repairing tennis court surfacing we have found that there are many schools, colleges, universities, leisure centres and sports clubs within the UK who require surfacing repairs. Over time all sports surfaces including macadam, polymeric and synthetic grass surfaces can become worn, damaged and unsafe for play. It is vital that you thoroughly maintain your sporting area all year round on a regular basis however sometimes cracks may begin to show and surfacing can come away from the existing edges. There are various companies across the UK who claims to be superior for resurfacing work however it's important that you check they have all the correct accreditations and certificates to prove this and that they have been trading for a good amount of time. It is also important to assess whether companies are supplying and installing materials in accordance with the ITF, SAPCA and LTA governing bodies. The types of repair that have been completed on a sports area within the UK include:
As part of the repair process, we are able to apply a sport surface treatment http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/maintenance/chemical-moss-algae-treatment/ to remove contaminants like moss, and to prevent them from reappearing. Feel free to contact a member of our team today for more information about the costs of sport court repairs near me, and we'll get back to you with some friendly advice.
By repairing an existing court it dramatically increases the life span of the surface which is a good opportunity when a full rip up and replace or upgrade is not within the budget. There are many organisations inside the United Kingdom that have opted for a surface repair once they noticed that their current surfacing had begun to fret and break away under foot. A full recap can be done in a number of different colours including red, blue, green completed with a polyurethane spray paint anti slip coating. Whether the current floor is hard-court macadam, polymeric rubber or artificial grass there will be a method available to repair your sports surface to look and work as it should. Once the flooring has been resprayed in the required paint type, we may then apply acrylic tennis markings in a variety of colour choices. Find out more regarding acrylic markings here - http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/applications/tennis-court-acrylic-marking/ or speak to a member of our team.
On macadam or polymeric courts it is possible that fretting surfaces can be professionally repaired by applying a binder course to surface to bond any loose aggregates to the flooring before an acrylic or polyurethane antislip specialists coating is applied to the surface to ensure that the sports facility meets the non slip requirements of the ITF, LTA and SAPCA (TRRL 55 SR 55)
If you're looking at how to fix cracks in nearby sport courts closest to you, our company have years of experience within the industry and can carry out basic repairs to improve your facility.
We can complete minor repairs along with a specialist clean and paint to dramatically enhance the look and play of your facility and improve slip resistance. If you want your area to be completely renewed, we may also carry out a full resurface. Since this can be costly, we would recommend having a look at the clean and paint option first. Although this cannot completely rectify all damages like with the full resurface, it can dramatically improve the facility at a much lower cost.
Tennis court repairs are important as they allow every court to be used to their full potential throughout the year. As specialists, we can carry out repairs to a number of sports surfaces throughout the UK, to a high standard. As soon as a problem arises, it is crucial that you fix it. This can help prevent more damage and potential resurfacing, which can be costly. Whether your surfacing is artificial clay http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/surfaces/artificial-clay-court-surfacing/ or any other option, we are able to provide repairs. Speak to us today if you want to learn more about tennis court repairs or fill out the contact form provided.
If you're interested to know the cost to resurface a local tennis court, we can provide you with a free quotation specific to your facility. There is no fixed price when it comes to resurfacing a sports facility, as a number of different factors can alter the cost. Firstly, the size of your facility and surrounding area will obviously make a difference to the cost; if you've got a single court, the price to resurface it will be much cheaper than someone who has triple or double courts. Additionally, you may decide you want to completely change the surfacing. Upgrading a macadam facility to a polymeric facility will not be the same price as upgrading a polymeric facility to a synthetic turf pitch.
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For more information regarding the costs, types of flooring and prices for a full recap of existing specialist flooring, please fill out our contact form today and we will be in touch with some expert sports court repair advice. We have team of professional installers who are dedicated to transforming old surfaces and extending their life. By opting for the process of repairing tennis court surfacing inside the UK it's possible to restore and existing surface that has become damaged and worn to a fantastic base for tennis which meets the ITF, SAPCA and LTA specifications and certifications. Once you fill out our enquiry form, we will get back to you with information about the process of repairing tennis court surfacing along with the costs.