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As tennis court design specialists Tennis Court Contractors are able to design the sports surfacing that suits your needs.

We understand that every facility has different requirements as well as specifications and we are capable of adapting our designs to suit your requirements.

Tennis court specification design is carried out to make sure specs show the standards to what the court construction needs to meet or from what resurfacing upgrade needs to be implemented.

Many specifications are written to comply with SAPCA, ITF and LTA standards which will outline the full specification of the project which will include:

  • Groundwork Specification – inc drainage, SUDS compliant, Dimensions, Measurements, Sizes

  • Surfacing Design – Open Graded Porous Macadam Asphalt, Polymeric Surface

  • Line Marking – Dimensions, Colour of Sports Lines, Sport Line Markings Paint Supplier

  • Fencing Designs – Sports Court Fence Height, Type of Fencing

  • Colour Coating – Acrylic Anti Slip Spray Paint Colours, Polyurethane Non-Slip Painted Materials

These are all items outlined in the design specification to help the client make sure they get exactly the type of sport facility they require to meet their budgets and playing characteristics because certain private courts might want a different design to a primary school children's mini tennis facility.

Depending on what you need, we may create a bespoke design to suit different tennis facility dimensions as well as the playing qualities you require.


If you would like to talk about the costs of sports area construction please take a moment to complete our quick contact form. One of our nearby specialists will send you over some product sheets and talk through your budget with you.

LTA, ITF, SAPCA Tennis Court Designs

Sport facility builders and contractors must comply with the details outlined on the NBS specification or building regulations set out but also within the design will be the maintenance schedule required because no surfacing is maintenance-free with general cleaning and moss / algae treatment always needed.

The LTA, ITF and SAPCA set out specific regulations for tennis courts to meet in order for them to be fit for matches and competition use.

These include the size and dimensions of the facility, the width of the surface line-markings and the required anti-slip properties of the flooring. The LTA, ITF and SAPCA state that the sport surfacing must have a skid rating of TRRL 55 or SR 55. This is achieved by spray coating the surfacing using specialist acrylic or polyurethane paint depending upon the surface spec.

If an existing surface has lost its slip resistance, we may complete sports flooring repainting to restore these qualities.


Tennis Surfacing and Maintenance

Ongoing maintenance specifications generally are dependent upon the amount of use the local courts get and also the sports facilities location.

The design maintenance program will be much different if the venue is surrounded by trees to one where there are none. Simply because the amount of moss and weed growth with trees surrounding will require much more maintenance making sure the area isn’t slippery.

Another thing that can alter the maintenance is the type of surfacing you have installed near me. Obviously a synthetic turf facility will not need painting every 3-5 years, but a macadam and polymeric court will.

To receive costs, prices and quotes for the specification outlined please fill in our contact form where we can provide a full list of pdfs with case studies, product information and quotations site specific to your enquiry.

Tennis Court Design Specialists 

As tennis court design specialists we are able to find you the sports surfacing that suits you. We understand that every facility has different requirements as well as specifications, which allows us to adapt our designs for you.

We have a range of colours, surfaces, including water-based acrylics, and line markings available so you are sure to always find what you need.

Speak to us today if you want to talk about the design options available and the installation process involved. 

How to Install a Tennis Court Near Me

If you have decided on a surface specification, you may be interested to know how to install a sports facility in your surrounding area:

  1. Dig up the existing surfacing to required depth

  2. Install geotextile membrane

  3. Stone up and install macadam sub base

  4. Install synthetic sports surfacing

  5. Colour coat court if necessary

  6. Line mark the sports facility

Other Services We Provide


Tennis Court Contractors can complete the installation of sports courts across the UK to create a fun sports area for people of all ages to enjoy.

We are able to alter our designs and specifications to meet your individual needs and requirements, as well as to stay closest to your financial budget. 

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Our staff members will be more than happy to provide you with information on the different surfacing specs available. We can also advise you on which surface type to choose for your facility.

Should you wish to find out more about tennis court specification design please fill out our enquiry form and we will answer any questions or queries which you may have. 

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