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Tennis Court Contractors are professionals when it comes to resurfacing tennis courts surfaces and we can offer the best services across the UK at a great price.

There are many schools, colleges, universities, leisure centres and sports clubs in the UK who are looking to resurface their current flooring.

With tennis becoming an increasingly popular sport with children and adults alike it is important that your facility is in tip-top condition and suitable for top quality play. Many of the old porous macadam surfaces, polymeric courts or needlepunch flooring in the United Kingdom have become old, worn and are starting to crack meaning that the facilities are both unplayable and unsafe.


Whilst a full sports court construction can often be expensive and outside a school's budget, the resurfacing of an existing area is an ideal way to dramatically enhance its use.

Sport courts can be resurfaced with a number of different sports flooring including:

  • New Macadam Surfacing - Porous system with anti-slip paint coating in a variety of colours.

  • Polymeric Rubber Surface - Permeable rubberised crumb membrane perfect for tennis.

  • Sand Filled/Sand-Dressed – Artificial grass sports surface used in schools, colleges and universities for this sport.

  • Non-Slip Colour Coating – Tennis surface repainting can be done as an alternative to completely resurfacing the court.

  • SAPCA / LTA / ITF – Accredited governing bodies specification and designs.

Tennis Court Upgrade

All surfacing system upgrade options used for sport courts are SuDS compliant and have the correct amount of anti-slip properties to ensure top quality slip-resistant and skid-resistant behaviour.

When choosing your tennis court upgrade, there are a number of options varying in cost, maintenance and life span.

Whilst resurfacing your nearby facility with a polymeric or macadam surfacing and polyurethane paint coating will look and play fantastic, it is important that the area is well maintained and re-sprayed regularly to ensure a top-quality sports court.

Our builders are able to provide you with the finish you are looking for, at a great rate.

A sand-filled surface will also require maintenance in the form of air rejuvenation and moss and algae treatment by ensuring that dirt and sand are not trapped deep within the fibres.

Don't hesitate to complete the contact form on this page if you require some more information on prices and different options for resurfacing the sport surface closest to you.

Resurface Existing Tennis Court Areas Near Me

Before choosing a resurfacing tennis contractor to go ahead with the resurfacing you must ensure that they have all the correct accreditations and certificates to complete the work. There are many sport surfacing installers however a specialist local company and contractor should be selected when they have been trading for over 10 years and you can view case studies and projects they have completed to check the quality of work.

If you are looking to get your old court resurfaced or would like information on costs, specifications set out by governing bodies like LTA, ITF, SAPCA, prices of materials and the best surface for you, please fill out our contact form today and we will be in touch with some professional resurfacing advice.

How to Resurface Tennis Courts

When trying to resurface a tennis court, it is important that you have professionals on hand to ensure you that you can get the best results.

As professionals, we are able to give you the greatest results at a great price. To do this, we follow these simple steps:

  1. Take away the current tennis court

  2. Apply the base

  3. Choose the surface option and apply

  4. Spray with your chosen colour

  5. Add the line markings 

It can be a difficult process when resurfacing a tennis court, however as professionals, we are able to carry out the process to a high standard. We want to ensure everyone is satisfied with the end result which is why we only use the best quality products.

Let us know if you are interested in finding out more about resurfacing and repairs or want to speak to our professionals. Just fill out the contact form provided and we will get back to you shortly. 


Upgrading to a MUGA Court

The resurfacing of a court near me is becoming popular by upgrading to a MUGA multi-use games area where nearby tennis facilities are still available but line marking on the ball court is also installed for basketball, netball, five-a-side football and small-sided soccer.

These can be permanent line marking painted to the accredited dimensions or even scaled down to fit the sizes of the ball court. Permanent line-marking is applied to synthetic turf with inlaid lines and on sports flooring, an open textured porous coating is painted in various colours to make sure there is no confusion between the sports lines. The line marking colours generally designed and specified are white sports lines, yellow sports lines, blue line-marking and red line-markings.

Re-lining and repainting tennis courts and their surrounding areas are generally part of the maintenance packages so please ask for further details about maintenance programmes available.

Other Maintenance We Provide

During the resurfacing process we can also complete any necessary tennis flooring repair to ensure a seamless finish.


Contact Us

Is your facility in need of a full resurface or an upgrade? If so, please make sure to contact us now using the enquiry form provided on this page.

Our experts can run you through all the different options available to you and discuss what surface types are the best for the sports you wish to play. We can answer any questions or concerns you may have on resurfacing tennis courts surfaces and get back to you with details on costs, prices and specifications.

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