Maintaining a new custom-built court is not difficult. However time, use and weather take their toll and eventually signs of wear begin to show. It is a good idea to do small repairs as soon as you see areas that need them, this will assist in giving your court more service life before it requires resurfacing. And when you do need it, Taylor Tennis Courts as tennis court resurfacing contractors, works a crew with decades of experience in maintaining tennis courts for both residential and commercial use.
Most court owners can count on needing to resurface a court every four to eight years, but due to special circumstances, heavy use or damage, your court may be in need sooner.
- Cracks that are larger than can be spot-repaired
- Pooling water is always a sign that something is amiss with the drainage and your court is no longer level
- Visible mold, mildew, and signs of water damage. These are visitors to your game court that no one wants to see. The growth of bacteria, fungi, or organic material on your court can also be a slip and fall hazard for players.
- Faded paint and hard-to-see striping. It is not uncommon for striping to get touched up every year on heavy use courts, but if the court paint is faded beyond simple recoverage of paint, it may be time to consider resurfacing, particularly if you are seeing other issues.
The crew at Taylor Tennis Courts is ready to help any time you need tennis court resurfacing contractors. We can ensure that your sports courts look like new. For more information about our services or to get your no-obligation estimate, contact us today at (800) 558-3664.