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We are Tennis Court Maintenance, we provide a variety of tennis court services such as tennis court relining which enables play to continue to a high standard.

If you'd like more expert advice on tennis court relining our friendly and experienced team are here to help.

We can carry out tennis court relining to allow for accurate game scoring.

Line markings are an integral part of any sports facility as they enable accurate game scoring for matches and practises.

Over time and through heavy usage and weathering, the painted line markings on tennis courts can become cracked and wear away, having a negative impact on the performance qualities of the sport surface.

This is where relining is an important part of a maintenance and repair schedule for a tennis courts.

Relining for polymeric or macadam will typically be applied in either polyurethane or acrylic specialist sports paint coatings.

These paint types contain a mixture of sand and aluminium oxide within them to create non-slip qualities and increase the traction of the surfacing to prevent injuries from slips and trips.

When relining is carried out, it is usually advised to use a colour which has a large contrast with the existing colour of the rest of the facility, this will make game decisions and scoring easier.

Line marking for a professional or recreational tennis court should always be done by a specialist contractor to ensure that the lines are accurate in terms of area size and that the surface is safe and not slippery once the coating has been applied.

Our specialists can complete tennis surface testing to check the safety qualities and ensure the flooring is in the best possible condition.

Any paint coatings for tennis courts should always be approved by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) to ensure they give the best performance qualities and that they create a safe sporting environment, whether it's at a -

  • School

  • Club

  • Residential tennis court

Line markings can also be applied in different colours to distinguish between multiple sports like netball and basketball so that you can create a multi-purpose facility in one area.

Contact us today by filling in the enquiry form and we'll reply back with further information regarding the costs to reline your sport court surface and to find examples of past tennis courts renovated.

Relining Sports Court Maintenance Near Me

Carrying out regular cleaning and maintenance for your sports court surfacing should ensure the new line-markings are kept fresh and clean for as long as possible without the paint fading or becoming slippery.

Brushing and pressure washing to remove dirt and contaminants should keep the area clean and prevent damage to the surface and colour coating.

If an appropriate maintenance plan is not used, moss and algae can build up on the macadam or polymeric surfacing and lead to drainage problems through a lack of porosity.

This means the facility can become flooded, slippery and generally unsafe for use by both kids and adults.

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We have worked as tennis court maintenance specialists for many years at schools, home facilities and leisure centres so our staff are very experienced in each aspect of cleaning, repairs and painting and we on use high-quality materials.

Please don't hesitate to contact us by using our contact form if you've got any questions or enquiries about relining for your sports facility near me.

One of our team members will be more than happy to give you some professional advice with regards to pricing and maintenance projects.

Line Marking Paint Suppliers

We are line marking paint suppliers and surrounding areas, and we can apply sports markings for a number of different sporting activities. Our suppliers can complete professional line-marking to sport surfaces.

There is a range of different colours you can choose from, which allows you to turn your tennis court into a multi-use games area.

If you've got any questions regarding the line-marking paint we can supply and install to your facility, please fill in our contact form.

We will get back to you as soon as possible with information regarding the application process and details on costs. 

How to Install Sports Markings

If you want to find out how to install sports markings for your facility, please have a look at the following steps:

  1. Clean the existing surfacing to ensure the line-marking paint sticks to the flooring rather than dirt and debris

  2. Install colour coating if required

  3. Lay the tape down to ensure the line-markings will be applied in a straight line

  4. Paint over the surfacing where the markings are required

Our specialists can complete sports marking installation to create professional sporting areas which allow for accurate gameplay. 

What is the Cost of Sports Surface Marking?

The cost to install sports markings to an existing facility and surrounding areas, can vary depending upon the number of markings needed and the type of sports you would like to play on the area.

Tennis markings are generally cheaper when compared to other sports markings like basketball.

Another factor which you will need to take into account when thinking about the costs to install line-markings is cleaning of the surface.

It is important to get the surface cleaned prior to tennis court relining to make sure that the line-markings stick to the surfacing rather than dirt which is on the surfacing.

If you don't clean the surface first the paint could stick to dirt which could then come away when playing on the area or when the facility does get cleaned.

You will also need to decide if you want the area painted prior to relining the surface.

We can complete additional maintenance services like repainting to enhance the look and safety characteristics of the facility. 

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Our experts can carry out a range of maintenance services to care for your sporting area and create a more professional surface.

If you'd like more information on relining tennis courts or you'd like us to send you a quote, please get in touch by filling out our enquiry form and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 

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