If tennis is your game of games, and you have the space on your property, you may want to consider getting a home tennis court from Taylor Tennis Courts.

Before you dive in, there are some things to consider. First and foremost, make sure that your property is zoned for building a court, and your HOA won’t get upset. Some HOAs have specific rules for court surfaces. Do your research, so you don’t wind up with fines or penalties later. We can help you with any permits needed.

Make sure you have enough space

Talk to one of our reps, and we will be happy to provide you a free quote. Special considerations need to be given for the position of the sun, so neither player has the sun in their eyes during play. There will also need to be space around the court for drainage. You will also need to allow space for fencing and lighting.

Court surface material

The court surfaces we build are made to be durable and hold up well against daily play and the elements. We ensure the substrate is level and built for drainage to create a high-quality court that will deliver years of gameplay.

If you’re ready for a home tennis court, call 800-55-TENNIS (800-558-3664) or visit our Contact page to set up a free, no-obligation quote to get the tennis court built the way you want it.