Owning and maintaining a tennis or athletic court surface can be a daunting task. There are many areas of tennis court maintenance that if ignored could cost the property owner a mighty sum. As one of the industry leaders in court maintenance and repair we are here to help. While there are many procedures that should only be completed by our trained maintenance professionals there are some tasks every property owner can and should be doing.
Keep them clean of debris
All tennis and athletic courts should stay clean of organic materials such as leaves, grass, pine needles, and general garbage. The acidity of the organic materials mixed with water can eat the paint right off your court.
Do not power wash them
Unless you are planning on a full repair and resurface you should never power wash your courts. The process of power washing the courts removes the silica sand and top layer of paint, this makes for a dangerous situation and can be very expensive to fix.
Stay off of unsafe courts
We at Surface Pro understand just how much fun people can have on a properly maintained tennis court. However, the dangers of an unmaintained court are real as well and it’s never worth the risk. From tripping hazards on a cracked and heaving court to a slip and fall that could paralyze someone forever, it’s simply not worth the risk call us today to perform a safety check on your court.