Frequently Asked Questions
1) How do I know if we need tennis court resurfacing?
If your court has started to peal and or if you are starting to see what looks like an asphalt surface showing through, then you need to have your tennis court resurfaced.
2) Is there any way to repair the cracks without completely resurfacing our tennis court?
Yes, if you have some hairline and even larger structural cracks we can repair them and paint over just the repairs.
3) How do we know if our tennis court surface needs replacement?
If your tennis court is heaving (higher surface in spots of your court creating a tripping hazard) it will most likely need to be replaced. If your Athletic or tennis court is very structurally cracked up it may be time to replace the asphalt surface.
4) What is the process of court resurfacing?
In order of occurrence
- Power clean entire surface using high powered blowers.
- Pressure wash entire surface using a commercial high powered power washer.
- Repair all the surface cracks using a binder and portland mixture.
- Repair and patch and low areas to USTA tolerance.
- Apply up to two coats of ACR acrylic resurfacer.
- Apply two coats of acrylic tennis court paint.
- Paint 2″ white USTA regulated lines on