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Tennis Court Surfacing, Repair & Resurfacing

Posted by Tennis Court Supply on 2/6/2015 to Tennis Court Prep & Maintenance

When people think of tennis courts, they often think only of a hard surface like asphalt or concrete. Most courts are of the hard-surface variety, but there are many other options. Hard courts are generally more expensive to install than clay, but the cost of maintenance and upkeep must also be considered. Once a hard court is installed, it requires almost no regular maintenance. Clay courts, on the other hand, must be continuously watered and raked. Grass is another surface that is expensive to maintain. There are other tennis court surfaces, including vinyl, acrylic, synthetic grass, and others. There are different installation and maintenance costs associated with each surface.

Tennis courts ideally require an even surface for a fair match to take place. Repairing cracks in a tennis court is essential to ensuring safe and effective play. Concrete and asphalt surfaces break down in the sunlight over time due to oxidation, causing surface materials to degenerate. Repairing a tennis-court crack can be accomplished in as little as two to three days.

Asking how much it costs to resurface a tennis court is almost like asking how much it costs to buy a new car. The answer depends on a number of factors, including the type of surface you are replacing, and whether you are going to do it yourself or have it done professionally. The cost also will be greatly influenced by the condition of the court. When there are large cracks or foundation problems, the cost of resurfacing a tennis court can increase dramatically.

The more damaged a hard surface is, the more it will cost to resurface. Large cracks will need to be sealed and patched, resulting in higher refurbishing costs than with courts that have just faded or have superficial cosmetic problems. Foundation problems also increase resurfacing costs. Hard tennis courts can become uneven because of the foundation settling. When structural problems exist beneath a tennis court, a new surface will only temporarily correct the problem.

Whether it is for a new surface or you need Prep, Patching, Tools, Crack Filler, Resurfacer, Cushion Court, Court Color, Line Paint and/or Surfacing Packages, you have come to right place here at Tennis Court Supply.  See all of our surface, repair and resurface items here: http://www.tenniscourtsupply.com/Tennis-Court-Surfacing_c_51.html