Over time, hard play and inclement weather will wear down the surface of a tennis court, making it unsafe and even unplayable in some cases. And you may be caught between resurfacing or repairing the damaged area(s).
So, between tennis court repair and resurfacing, which one should go with?

Resurfacing Courts

Resurfacing means replacing the existing playing surface with new material, which can last 5-10 years, depending on the court’s care and traffic.
Tennis court resurfacing is an excellent way to extend the life of your playing surface by sealing any cracks or irregularities. Resurfacing your tennis court is vital if the court has a structural flaw and needs resealing to fix the problem.
To patch a surface fracture, you don’t need to remove the entire court and start again. If you’re not sure what kind of cracks your tennis court has, it’s better to seek expert advice.

Repairing Courts

Repairing means fixing the damaged area(s) using either hot-mix asphalt (HMA) or polymeric sand to provide a solution that will last from 1-5 years, depending on the amount of traffic and care of the court.
In most cases, it’s better to resurface instead of repair old and damaged courts. But there are some cases where it can be more cost-effective to repair an old surface than replacing it with a new one.
Re-coating a tennis court is a frequent court repair. Tennis courts’ colors and markings fade over time due to sunlight and wear and tear. Quick and easy, a re-coating can endure for years.
Eliminating moss, fungus, and other growths and mending surface bubbles or blisters are all examples of tennis court repair and maintenance.

Taylor Tennis Courts Inc. for Quality Commercial Tennis Courts Repair/Resurface

Repair and resurfacing services are all part of what we do, so you can rest assured that your court will look wonderful for years to come.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can help your business with tennis court repair/resurface and maintenance services.