Construction of tennis pitches varies upon location, drainage issues, standard of performance and desired surfaces. There are various surfacing and fence options available to suit the proposed budget.
Porous Macadam – Available in natural black or a colour coated system. The slip resistance needed to be achieved is TRRL 60.
Synthetic Surface – These are several types of synthetic surfaces available for tennis from sand dressed, needlepunch to sand filled turf. These are all relatively hard wearing with little maintenance required apart from minimal brushing & periodically replacement of sand.
Polymeric Surface – A polymeric surface is available in a selection of colours and is maintenance free. The anti slip resistance coating can meet whatever playing characteristics needed to fit your needs.
Renovation – We also can renovate or upgrade your existing court to for all your needs and generally a lot of old tennis courts and renovated to new MUGA areas.
Anti Slip Tennis Court Paint
The majority of macadam tennis courts in the UK have an anti slip coloured coating applied and this is to improve the playing characteristics of the surface, is environmentally safe resisting fungi and algae, but also to enhance the appearance of the playing courts aesthetically.
The coating gives a surface grip that is needed to be met to meet accreditations of ITF1, ITF2, ITF3, ITF4 and ITF5 which relates to the ball bounce and speed of play.
The coatings can come in a range of various colours which mainly are green, red or blue and these usually are done in a 2 tone colour with the run off easily distinguished to the tennis court.
Feel free to contact us today through our enquiry form to discuss this work in more detail.