Tennis Court Surface Repairs & Preservation

There are many reasons to why a tennis court surface will break up over time and require attention to one degree or another. Absolute Tennis Courts are leading experts at repairing damaged tennis court surfaces. There are various options available, depending on the surface type and the sum of damage.

Some of the reasons a tennis court may break up are...

  • Moss and weed infestation  

  • Roots intruding the surface

  • Aged court, general wear and tear

  • Not clearing debris such as leaves

  • Skates and bikes used on court

  • Tightened net straining the posts

  • Bird droppings

  • Lack of a maintenance programme

Tennis Court Repairs
Before
Tennis Court Refurbishment
After

General Repairing:

Usually following a careful cleaning of your tennis court, removing all dirt/moss and the like from within the surface, the damage will reveal its full extent to us and we will be able to accurately assess a course of action to bring your tennis court back to its former glory. We are able to repair cracks and fretted areas, surface damage due to weeds or tree roots, or general aged courts that have seen a lot of wear and tear. We are also able to rebuild your tennis lines as these sometimes crack or even curl at the edges. Our surface repair works maintain a structurally sound surface and improve the directional bounce of the ball and general playing safety. 

Screed and Binding

For more extensively damaged tennis court we are able to screed some or the entire surface for you. During this process an absorbent resin is mixed with a small stone granule which is spread across and bonded into the damaged areas. We are then able to seal this surface and bond it even further to the existing surface and repairs by applying a porous resin and finally three coats of durable anti-slip acrylic sports paint. This will give you a complete playing surface once again - and at the fraction of the cost of an actual resurface. The procedure strengthens the court, prevents small stones from breaking across it, gives excellent grip and ball bounce, levels the surface and reduces the softening effect of high temperatures. 

Applying a resin bonding agent across the surface

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Moss Treating is vital to maintaining your tennis court surface

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Three coats of anti-slip, porous acrylic tennis court paint application 

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