The process of tennis court construction begins with excavating the existing ground and laying a sub base to give the court an even foundation where the chosen surfacing will be applied.
Once the sub base has been put down the specified surfacing can be installed, this will be in either macadam, polymeric rubber or artificial turf.
We specialise in all aspects of tennis court construction including the groundworks, surface installation, anti slip paint coatings and extra equipment like floodlights and fencing.
Tennis Court Contractors are experts in all aspects of building and constructing a sporting facility. We offer a reliable, professional service at a great price.
There are many factors involved when constructing a tennis court in West Dunbartonshire G83 0 and it is important that you get a professional to talk you through them.
Once planning permission is approved the tennis court construction can commence.
This starts with excavating and removing the existing surface down to the necessary depths, once this has been completed PCC edges are laid to the perimeter of the area and a Geotextile laid over the whole area. MOT Type 1 stone is then poured onto the area and spread evenly before being heavy compacted and rolled. Open textured base macadam hard court is then installed to the area before a wearing course of macadam is laid.
This Sub Base specification gives the outdoor tennis courts and indoor tennis courts great stability as well as making it as level and even as possible, Indoor tennis courts are normally made with hard court surfacing.
Other positives of constructing a sub-base to this specification are that it is porous and permeable making the sub-base fully SuDS compliant. A SuDS compatible surface means that water is allowed to pass through the tennis courts surfaces suitably into the substrata instead of flowing directly into the drains and overburdening them and causing them to flood.
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Once the sub base has been constructed the porous wearing course macadam can be used as the tennis courts surfacing however it's possible you may wish to use polymeric sports surfaces or other surfaces for your tennis court or even use a synthetic short piled turf all surfacing options are compliant with ITF, LTA and SAPCA regulations.
If you opt to build a macadam hard court or polymeric surfacing in West Dunbartonshire an acrylic or polyurethane anti-slip colour coating will be applied to your surfacing before being finished with line marking.
Sometimes adding additional extras to your tennis courts make such a massive difference and make your tennis court surfaces looking from box standard to a new professional and more exciting court for the players.
Some extras can include; floodlights and specialist sports fencing http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/other/tennis-court-fencing/west-dunbartonshire/ we can included these with the overall tennis court construction and and we have a range of designs to suit your requirements available.
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As tennis court construction specialists in West Dunbartonshire G83 0 we are able to build and create a sports surface that suits your requirements. We understand that every facility in the UK will have different dimensions and needs which is why we can construct a surface that is perfect for you.
There are four main types of tennis court surfaces these include; Macadamn, polymeric, synthetic grass and artifical clay courts. As a very competitive company with high quailtity products and a experienced team we ensure that we have high levels of stock. Synthetic grass courts are the same as an artifical grass tennis court or synthetic carpet court. An artifical grass surface can be used for both indoor and outdoor tennis courts. Artifical clay courts are used outdoors.
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As professionals in the tennis court construction industry, we know just how to construct a tennis facility closest to you so that it will last a long time. We follow simple steps when constructing sports facilities in your surrounding area which are as follows:
The process of installing a nearby sports facility will vary depending on the surface type.
If you're having a macadam hard court installed, less prep work will be needed, as only a stone sub-base is required. We recommend thinking about your budget and plan for your local facility before having the area constructed.
You may wish to play a number of sports on the facility, along with tennis, you may find that the types of sport you wish to play will affect the surface that you should have installed.
Once constructed you may also require regular maintenance including repainting http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/maintenance/tennis-court-repainting/west-dunbartonshire/ and relining, to ensure the upkeep.
Things to consider before you start building tennis courts, as well as the construction and the sub-base and surfacing to a sports facility it is also important to consider other things such as fencing and lighting. There are a number of different surfaces aswell as different fencing options available such as chain link, rebound, super rebound and many more.
In terms of lighting, there are several options available, however, it is important to get planning permission where using lighting especially when the tennis court is to be built in a residential area. The amount and number of floodlights needed to light the tennis courts will depend on the size of the tennis court being constructed, on smaller areas 4 lights may be sufficient however on large facilities where they are multiple courts, 6 or 8 may be needed.
All aspects of building a tennis court and the tennis court construction process of a sporting facility will need the skill, experience and expertise of specialist contactor.
The ground preparation works will need a skilled groundworker with a vast knowledge of civil engineering, the surfacing will need a specialist sports surface installer and the fencing and lighting will have to be supplied and installed by professionals from those areas.
Once the tennis court construction process is complete we offer a range of tennis facility equipment in West Dunbartonshire G83 0 including nets, fencing and maintenance tools so feel free to ask about these extras or click here - http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/other/tennis-court-equipment/west-dunbartonshire/ to learn more.
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We know that you want the best possible tennis court there is and that is why our professional team don't cut corners and ensure they provide you with exactly what you want and need to make what you dream for your tennis court become reality.
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As professional constructors we have done work for many schools, colleges, private homes, sports centres and gyms in the past. Whilst doing this we have made differents courts such as a basketball court tennis court badminton court and more.
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