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Tennis Court Contractors offer a specialist maintenance service for sports facilities and we can also supply additional equipment and features as well as ensuring the best quality results for a great price. 

Over time artificial surfaces will need tennis court repair can begin to fret and become damaged due to general wear and tear and frequent usage.

Whilst a full rip up and replace of sports court surfacing may sometimes be the only option this is not always completely necessary.

The process of sports surfacing repairs depends entirely on the type of surface that needs repairing.


The types of sports surfaces that can normally be found within the UK in need of sport facility repair include:

  • Macadam Court – Repairs to improve fretting and crumbling of old tarmac surfaces.

  • Polymeric MUGA Surfacing – Repairing damaged rubber by removing the old and laying new onsite/recap existing rubber.

  • Needlepunch Synthetic Flooring – Removal of damaged surfacing and Infill to aid drainage.

  • Sand Filled / Sand-Dressed Sports Facility – Cutting out of damaged flooring and completion of synthetic grass to enhance safety.

  • Water-Based Acrylic Court Repairs – Re-colouring, re-painting, re-spraying.

  • Polyurethane Paint Coating Repairs – Colour coating, non-slip paint, anti-slip painting.

Tennis Surface Repairs Near Me

We offer a range of specialist maintenance services for nearby sports facilities and we can also supply additional equipment and features.

These include secure perimeter fencing, sports floodlighting and tennis court air domes can all come in a variety of sizes and designs.

Having extra features added on to your facility can increase its usability and make it more cost-effective as it can be rented out to other people.

For more details on nearby sports court repairs and maintenance or additional equipment that we offer, please make sure you complete our contact form.

If you send us over the details of your enquiry we'll get back to you with some helpful advice and information on prices, quotes and designs.


Tennis Courts Repairs

Depending on the extent of damage on surfacing and its surrounding areas, it may be much more cost and time effective to conduct court repairs rather than replace the entire surface closest to you.

A synthetic carpet repair can be completed by cutting out damaged artificial grass surfacing and sticking a new piece down to fix any trip hazards which decrease safety and playing characteristics of the surface.

Polymeric rubber surfaces can be repaired by cutting out the damaged rubber wearing course and mixing / laying new polymeric surfacing insitu.

There are many schools, colleges, leisure centres, sports clubs and universities across the United Kingdom who have dramatically enhanced the usage of their surfaces by conducting one or more repairs.

In order to reduce the need for reparation to your court you can prevent vandalism by having a specialist rebound fence which may be locked when the facility is not in use.

Tennis Facility Repair Contractors

It is important that before choosing an installer that you conduct all the necessary credit checks.

We can forward case studies and references from previously completed works so you will see the workmanship of the sport facility repairs carried out by Tennis Court Contractors so please feel free to fill in our contact form and we'll be in touch with all the professional tennis surfacing repair advice.

Reactive maintenance to your surface can dramatically enhance the aesthetics and usability of your sports area and increase its lifespan whilst saving on costs for a full rip up and replace.

You can learn more about refurbishments here or speak to our specialists today. 

Be sure to contact one of our experts through the quick enquiry form so we can send you over all of the information you need with regards to sport facility fixes and maintenance.


How to Repair a Tennis Court Near Me

The process of repairing a tennis facility varies depending upon the problem that has occurred and the type of surfacing that you have installed. In order to fix cracks in a macadam surface, our local contractors follow these basic steps:

  1. Thoroughly clean the sports facility

  2. Apply a moss and algae treatment to remove contamination

  3. Fix cracks using polyurethane binder mixed with 2mm emerald stone 

  4. Coat the surface with polyurethane binder to strengthen the surface

  5. Paint the flooring of your facility so that the repairs cannot be seen

  6. Apply line markings for accurate scoring when playing

As experts, we are able to provide you with the best quality results for a great price.

We only have the highest standards to ensure you get exactly what you are looking for.

Speak to us today if you would like to find out more information and receive more details. 

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Our specialists can offer more information on reparation which we can carry out if necessary.

If you would like to speak to one of our staff members, simply fill in the contact form and we will get back to you at the earliest convenience. We'll respond with all the details you need to know about the tennis court repair that we carry out.

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