Tennis Court Resurfacing
Tennis Court Dimensions
Tennis Court Construction
Tennis Court Surfaces
Tennis Court Equipment
Pickleball Dimensions
Pickleball Rules


Peeling Tennis Court in need of repair

peeling tennis court

Its important to repair your court before it starts peeling up. By letting it peel you are allowing water, debris and dirt to penetrate the remaining surface causing more damage.

Tennis Courts Resurfacing

Is your tennis court fading, cracking, peeling or do you have bird baths all over the place. If so, your court should be repaired before it requires re-asphalting. Most courts can be repaired then resurfaced, but some will need to be completely redone. Depending on how much money you will want to spend. Three people can finish a tennis court resurfacing job in 1-3 days with the weather co-operating and depending on the condition of the court.




tennis court resurfacingTennis Court Resurfacing

Step by step procedure on how to resurface you own tennis court. Doing it yourself is actually quite easy and will save you money. If you decide to contract it out, it is wise to know the procedure to make sure your contractor is doing it correctly.




tennis court repairsTypical Problems


Most problems are caused by improper design, improper construction drainage issues and aged asphalt. Problems such as fading and peeling are results of age. Problems such as cracking and bird baths are usually caused by ground movements or freeze thaw. If you have a problem with the asphalt or the ground under your court, you may want to look at replacing the asphalt.




The new game taking tennis courts over is pickle ball. All that is needed to play this game is to paint some new lines. It is played with a hard paddle and a wiffle ball. The dimensions of a pickle ball court are the same as a badminton court. This game is well suited for children and seniors.





Tennis Court Construction Cost


The cost will vary depending on how bad the surface is and how many cracks you have. A typical job with a few cracks to fill will cost between $7000 - $9000 per court. Which includes 1 coat of acrylic resurfacer, 2 coats of color and the lines painted.

Courts can have lots of different colors. The most popular color now is a blue playing surface and light green in the surrounding area. It used to be green and red.

Whether you decide to do it yourself or have a tennis court contractor do it for you. This site will let you know what to look out for.





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