Some existing tennis courts are too contaminated to have specialist cleaning carried out and need to be resurfaced instead. This is normally because they have been installed for many years and professional maintenance will not restore the court.
When resurfacing tennis courts we always make sure that the new surface will be able to drain efficiently and that they are fully SUDS compliant and porous all weather surfaces.
If your tennis court needs resurfacing, then you should get it done as soon as you can. This is because leaving it can cause further damages and issues to your tennis court.
Here at Tennis Court Maintenance, we provide a number of services to provide specialist resurfacing when tennis courts are too contaminated for specialist cleaning. If you are looking for brand new tennis court resurfacing in Moyle our friendly and experienced team are here to help.
Many schools, clubs and residential sports facilities are in need of a tennis court resurfacing in Moyle BT57 8 to transform an old worn out surface into a top-quality sports area which can be enjoyed by many.
Damage caused by weathering and heavy use over long periods of time can leave a sports facility looking bad and performing poorly, these problems can also have an effect on the safety qualities of the tennis surface. When you decide to have a resurface carried out, there are a number of surfacing options to choose from, each with different qualities to suit individual projects:
Macadam Sports Surfaces - This is a hard porous surface which is commonly installed for schools. A porous macadam court can be utilised as an all-purpose facility for basketball, netball and football as well as tennis.
Polymeric Rubber Surfacing - Made up of EPDM rubber crumb mixed together with a binder, polymeric surfaces are also commonly used for a variety of different activities.
Sand Filled Synthetic Turf - Artificial grass surfacing which has a layer of sand within the synthetic fibres to keep the pile even and upright during gameplay. Sand-filled pitches can also be used for football and hockey.
Macadam and polymeric resurfacing tennis courts projects often include the application of an anti-slip paint coating in a choice of bright colours. Either acrylic or polyurethane paint mixed with a combination of sand and aluminium oxide will be applied to the surfacing to improve traction and enhance the performance qualities of the facility as a whole.
Tennis court relining in Moyle can then be added in different colours to distinguish between a number of sports if you'd like to use the resurfacing project to create a multi-sports facility surface. To find out more about relining please click here http://www.tenniscourtmaintenance.co/relining/moyle/ Please take a moment to fill in our enquiry form with your details if you're looking to have a resurfacing project carried out and you would like to know more about the costs.
The cost to resurface a tennis court will vary depending on a range of factors. The factors to take into account are the court dimensions, condition of the existing court, type of court surface and what type of finish you are wanting to achieve.
The costs really vary from having a macadam court to an artificial grass surface.
All the resurfacing projects we carry out in Moyle BT57 8 and surrounding areas are completed in court surfaces which are fully SUDS compliant, meaning that they are porous to allow water to drain easily through the layers. This prevents a build-up of water on the surfacing and therefore reduces the likelihood of damage from flooding.
Regular maintenance needs to be carried out to ensure that the porosity of the surfacing is properly maintained and that it is kept safe for use by whoever will be using the facility. The type of maintenance which needs to be carried out will vary depending on the surface type and the surrounding area of the facility, porous macadam and polymeric facilities should be maintained using a sweeping brush and pressure washer, whereas artificial grass surfacing requires drag brushing and decompaction of sand infill.
Putting this kind of cleaning and maintenance programme into place for existing courts will reduce the risk of damage and the need for a resurface in the first place.
If you want to discuss an enquiry regarding tennis-court refurbishment http://www.tenniscourtmaintenance.co/refurbishment/moyle/ or any other maintenance project, please fill in the contact form on this page and we'll offer you some professional information about pricing and specifications for the job. We have completed many projects to install and maintain facilities at schools, clubs and leisure centres near me, so we'll be able to advise you on all the different options.
We are professional resurfacing contractors in Moyle and surrounding areas, and we have years of experience in the surfacing industry. Our experts will only use specialists products and premium materials when carrying out resurfacing jobs. It is important to get professional contractors to complete the works to ensure the job will get finished and the court surface will be guaranteed to last once it has been installed.
Once we have installed a new tarmac layer we can complete additional services including painting and line-marking to improve the appearance of the facility and make the surfacing look professional.
There is no set time to work out how often tennis courts need resurfacing because there are a lot of elements that can alter the timings.
It will depend on the type of court you have, have often you maintain it, how often it is used and environmental factors.
When looking at how to resurface a court, you will need to follow these steps:
We can carry out professional resurfaces to renew and transform worn out sports surfaces.
We can carry out professional maintenance services to completely transform existing surfaces and create a brand new facility for players to enjoy. If you require tennis court resurfacing in Moyle BT57 8 and you are looking for a quote or to discuss the options available, please fill in our contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.