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Title: Tennis Court Construction, Installation & Resurfacing Guide


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Tennis Court Construction, Installation
Resurfacing Guide
2
Synopsis
  • Quality Tennis Court Construction
  • Install A Tennis Court In Your Backyard
  • Building Your Own Backyard Tennis Court
  • Key Factors To Consider For A Tennis Court
    Construction Project
  • Tennis Court Resurfacing Why You Should
    Consider Guide Specifications

3
Quality Tennis Court Construction
  • Tennis court contractors usually encourage the
    use of the Post Tension concrete in the
    construction of tennis courts. Their choice is
    informed by the fact that, concretes are far more
    durable and doesn't easily yield to damages that
    comes with certain climatic conditions.
  • Its ability to eliminate the possibility of any
    damage that might come up as a result of
    structural cracking.
  • It gives the edges of your court a balanced and
    beautiful look.
  • With the post tension concrete you don't have to
    worry about unstable soil because it has a unique
    way of spanning it.

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Quality Tennis Court Construction
  • With the post tension concrete you won't have to
    bother yourself with issues like cold joints that
    occurs in the net posts of the court.
  • It gives your court a well controlled slope in
    order address draining issues.
  • With Post Tension concrete, reconstruction of
    your tennis won't require any major excavation.
  • Meanwhile you can also explore the amazing option
    of the classic turf when you want to embark on
    your tennis court construction. The classic turf
    has an increasingly growing popularity because it
    gives tennis court owners that desired
    satisfaction that comes with a strong and durable
    tennis court.

5
Install A Tennis Court In Your Backyard
  • If youd like to install an indoor tennis court
    for a sports facility, there are lots of modular
    systems to choose from. For instance, if you
    already have a basketball court but would like to
    have a tennis court as well, you can install a
    modular flooring system. This way, you will get
    the most of your sports facility. Installing an
    indoor tennis court offers you the chance to play
    your favourite sport during the offseason or
    during hot days. It is, however, essential to
    hire a reliable tennis court installation company
    to help build a long-lasting court.
  • Indoor tennis courts are fast becoming popular
    and more appealing to sports lovers who are
    interested in playing tennis despite the weather
    fluctuations like cold winter or hot summer days.
    These facilities are, for the most part, built to
    last for many years if installed properly.
    Professional tennis court installation company
    handling this task usually introduce items such
    as rubber granules, shock pads, sand or water
    infill, wear and tear resistant adhesive tapes
    and other materials essential to installing a
    world-class tennis court.

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Building Your Own Backyard Tennis Court
  • Before embarking on the construction of your
    backyard tennis court ensure that you seek the
    professional advice of tennis court builders.
    These experts will offer you all the necessary
    information, tips, blueprint and other vital
    things that are required for the construction of
    a tennis court in your backyard .
  • In that case, you have to inform the tennis court
    builders the kind of tennis court you wish to
    have in your backyard. Setting up a grass court
    in geographical regions that experiences
    difficulties in growing grass is usually an
    exercise in futility. Whereas, concrete tennis
    courts are easier to maintain and also has a
    longer lifespan. But its construction is often
    very complex which is why you need the services
    of professional tennis court builders to handle
    the construction process.
  • Meanwhile, before you seek the services of
    professional tennis court builders you have to
    get details about your proposed site, the
    information should include, the site's space,
    water, electricity, its susceptibility to certain
    climatic effect and also the project's budget.
    Tennis court builders will then work to give you
    a good value for your money based on all the
    information you have provided to them.

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Key Factors To Consider For A Tennis Court
Construction Project
  • The proposed area for the court. You have to
    ensure that the proposed area for the
    construction of the tennis court has enough space
    to accommodate whether an outdoor or indoor
    tennis court. Tennis court constructors will make
    it clear to you that, the standard measurement of
    regulation single court should be at least 55
    feet wide by 115 feet long. Whereas the regular
    double tennis court is measured at 60 feet wide
    by 120 feet long. Note that, these measurements
    are just for the tennis court alone without
    considering the space for drainage, landscaping,
    fencing and other important features that are
    required. And it's even more space consuming when
    your plan involves constructing a
    professional-grade court.
  • The nature of the court. You should also be able
    to decide and tell the tennis court contractors
    what the composition of your proposed court would
    be.

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Key Factors To Consider For A Tennis Court
Construction Project
  • You can choose to make it a "hard" court (asphalt
    or concrete) or a "soft" court (clay or grass).
    If none of the above compositions interest you,
    you can go for the "cushioned" court which is
    made up of a strong surface. Usually in this
    case, a polypropylene is used to cover the over
    asphalt or concrete surface. You have to know
    that, "soft" courts are notable for its slower
    balls speeds, easy to play on but far more
    expensive to maintain. Whereas the "hard" courts
    are expensive to build, yet cheaper to maintain.
  • Site preparation works. Another important thing
    that tennis court contractors will tell you is
    that, constructing a tennis court in a swampy,
    rocky or a not smooth area will require more
    cost.

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Tennis Court Resurfacing Why You Should
Consider Guide Specifications
  • Finding the correct specifications
  • Most tennis court resurfacing manufactures
    provide a standard set of specifications that
    will guide you when resurfacing a court. To begin
    with this process, there are a few steps to take.
    These include cleaning, crack repair, and level
    depressions. In addition, these manufacturers
    will also provide detailed information on how to
    resurface, apply color to the surface and
    stripping.
  • Regular Maintenance Technique
  • Tennis court surface require maintenance on a
    regular. If you would like to extend the life of
    the surface, regular cleaning is a necessity at
    least once in a month. Also, check out for mould
    growth in moisturized areas and places where
    organic debris tends to build up. After
    completing a tennis court resurfacing project,
    vacuum it frequently using mild detergent
    solution and soft bristled equipment.
  • Remember to clear out stagnant water. Of course,
    rain showers help reduce the stress of cleaning
    your court, but it leaves standing water on the
    surface. Remove standing water as often as
    possible to prevent stains and dirt accumulation.

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