Surfacing or resurfacing tennis courts can be an intricate process for those who aren't in the know. Treating the surface by filling cracks, leveling depressions, adding cushioning, and figuring out line layouts are among the more important aspects of the process, and should be focused on carefully in order to get the best looking, highest performance surface possible. Options and choices pertaining to the colours and the surface itself will need to be looked at and revised. All of the questions you have about the project can be answered by contacting an experienced and reputable paint and surface supplier.
Getting the surface of the tennis court ready to be painted is the most important aspect of project. As a general rule for any paint project, if you can feel a discrepancy in the surface, you'll be able to see it once the paint has been applied. Cracks or holes that need attention should be taken care of now. Fix any problems with the condition of the surface now to ensure the best looking and highest performing court
possible. Before you start this process, you'll need to purchase the filling materials as well as the tools needed to correct any surface issues. Ask your supplier for any tips they may have. Remember, a more experienced supplier will be able to give you more reliable information and often better ideas for how to go about a problem. Once the surface has been repaired and leveled, it will be ready for cushioning should you chose to apply it. Cushioning is a great option for those with older club members, or those seeking a longer average play time. The comfort of club members should not be taken lightly if high levels of customer satisfaction are what you're after.
The tennis court paint you choose will add a great high depth colour as well as add much needed traction. Use only a retailer that supplies acrylic colours with silica sand already in the paint mix. Note that not all sands are created equal. A square multi-grade sand will reduce the performance of the tennis court by creating an unpredictable and uneven finish to the court. Round silica sand on the other hand is easier to apply and makes for much more predictable surface conditions. Many online retailers will try to sell the sand after the paint has been purchased adding cost to the overall project. Be sure to use a concentrated paint mix that requires the addition of 50% water on site. This will ensure that the paint you're purchasing actually is concentrated. A mix that requires only 25% more water has already been cut and increases your shipping costs. High quality retailers will help you decide how much paint to buy for the court in question
The highest quality
and most experienced online retailers will be happy to help you with any questions you may have about the entire process of your tennis court repair, from preparing your surface and choosing possible cushioning options to helping with your court lines and applying the paint. Hop online and make your vision a reality!