There are a variety of different surface types to choose from when installing a tennis court facility at a school, club or leisure centre.
Hard court surfaces such as macadam and polymeric rubber are popular for tennis because they give excellent ball bounce and slip resistance qualities for enhanced game play.
Synthetic sand filled grass can be installed for a tennis court facility and this also provides good playing qualities for other sports such as football and hockey in a multi use games area.
Tennis Court Contractors are professionals in tennis courts surfaces and installation with the experience and know-how to deliver the structure you need.
We are confident that we can help you at every stage to make the best choices with regards to designing, maintaining and funding to ensure great tennis courts.
So whether your a large tennis club, school or private garden facility, contact us to discuss your new tennis court options and the variety of options available from open-graded porous macadam surface, sand dressed, polymeric rubber sports surface to artificial grass flooring options.
A tennis court surface is designed and specified to be porous to allow the surface to be an all-weather sports facility and will not affect the playing performance of the players.
There are several different artificial court surfaces available in the sports surfaces market, and we at Tennis Court builders can supply them. These are macadam surfacing, polymeric surfacing, sand dressed, artificial clay courts, and artificial grass flooring:
Suppose you are interested in any of the above court surfaces or hard courts and want more information. In that case, our professional consultants will talk you through the different surface types and let you know which type of tennis surface would be best for your particular facility and what maintenance will be required after the tennis court installation.
As professional tennis court contractors with years of experience in the sports court construction industry and with several facilities nationwide, we can provide you with answers regarding the maintenance package cost. We can also offer advice regarding the prices of regular servicing and the recommended equipment to ensure that the pitch is working to its maximum potential.
For more information regarding the different types of surfacing and details of funding for tennis facilities in Stirling FK8 3 please fill out our contact form today. We will be in touch with some professional advice. Or click here to learn more regarding funding.
As tennis court specialists, we can carry out a tennis court installation to the highest standards. It can be challenging to put a synthetic surface on tennis courts in place if you do not have the proper knowledge and tools. When installing the sports area, we follow these simple steps:
It is always crucial to have experts on hand to ensure that you will be getting the most outstanding results possible.
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It is essential to keep the court clean in your sports facilities using a jet wash and keeping up with the maintenance. You need to ensure that leaves, bird droppings and other debris are kept off the tennis surface to ensure that it is safe for players to play on and not affect their playing performance.
Servicing courts need to include the provision of court area service maintenance because ongoing cleaning, pressure washing, moss/algae treatment, and re-colouring of the non-slip paint must be carried out to keep the playing characteristics and the safety of the players. This will also support playing performance.
The sports courts must meet the specifications and accreditations set out in the governing body guidelines, and this involves meeting a TRRL 55 slip resistance throughout its lifespan.
Feel free to speak to us for more details about the prices to install a sports court at a school, club or home facility.
If you'd like to speak to our local tennis court contractors regarding sport facility maintenance, make sure you fill out your details on the enquiry form provided on this page. We will make sure that one of our experts will get back to you at the earliest opportunity to answer any questions or queries that you may have.
When constructing a tennis court in Stirling FK8 3 you must look at various companies to find the best results. We always recommend that you ask to look at case studies and previous work of the construction company to ensure they are credible and have high standards. As sports surface specialists, we only use the best quality products to achieve the best results.
Please let us know if you're interested in finding out more; you can speak to a member of our team.
Players on the tennis courts, whether on private garden areas, school MUGA courts, professional tennis clubs, etc., want to play on a safe tennis surface.
So the maintenance procedures are vital in ensuring annual programmes are put in place for essential repairs and weed growth prevention for better ball bounce. Other maintenance procedures include jet wash cleaning and respraying anti-slip coloured coatings with new line marking, which can also improve the appearance of your facility.
Re-spraying and re-colouring the courts can be carried out only in dry conditions and are applied using an airless spray with either acrylic paint or polyurethane painted materials.
Both water-based acrylic paint and polyurethane paint can be sprayed onto the surface on an open textured porous macadam surface. Normally, a binder coat is recommended to strengthen the existing macadam surfacing. On polymeric rubber sports court surfaces, only a polyurethane coating can only be used, and this is a moisture curing paint application with line markings added after the painted surface.
When there is too much moisture underneath the court's surface and it can't leave, blisters and bubbles occur. The heat in Florida causes moisture to escape fast towards the surface, causing the trapped vapour to disrupt the connection between the coating and the substrate.
Tennis courts are made of four different types of surfaces: grass courts, artificial clay courts, natural clay courts, hard courts, and artificial grass courts.
Tennis hard courts come in a variety of colours and are composed of synthetic/acrylic layers on top of a concrete or asphalt base. Because there is limited energy absorption by the court, unlike grass courts, these courts tend to play medium-speed to rapid. A clay court and a grass court only come in natural colours. A clay court is often red-brown in colour while a grass court is green.
If you are interested in finding out more about the sports court surfaces we may install for your sports facilities, please fill in our enquiry form.
Once we receive your enquiry, we will get back to you with more information on new tennis courts surfacing in Stirling FK8 3 and the costs of the different surface types for your tennis court installation.