Tennis Court Repairs and Resurfacing
There are a number of reasons why a tennis court may need resurfacing or repairs. Naturally a court will deteriorate over time which may lead to resurfacing being required. Regular maintenance of the court’s surface will help to slow the deterioration process but any surface, particularly one in regular use, will have a natural lifespan, after which it will require resurfacing or repairs to maintain its play characteristics. If a court has been neglected (typically where a private court has remained un-used for a number of years) natural deterioration and the requirement for resurfacing can occur much sooner.
A tennis court can make a valuable addition to your home in terms of both convenience (for training etc.) and also in adding value to the property when you come to sell. A court that is in disrepair, however, may be seen as a liability or additional cost/hassle to a potential buyer and can actually reduce the property’s overall value. For this reason it is important that, in addition to routine court maintenance, resurfacing takes place after the natural lifespan of your courts surface. Scheduled court resurfacing will also help ensure that your court continues to look good an in-keeping with the rest of your property whether that be a private residence, commercial building, sports club or school.
Whether you are looking to change the surface of your court or replaced a worn or damage surface, we offer court resurfacing and repair services for all popular court types. Contact us today to find out how we can help with the maintenance and resurfacing of your tennis court.