Once you decide that it’s time to resurface your tennis court, it’s important to be aware that you’ll be embarking on a process that has two main phrases. The court will have to go through a repair phrase, followed by acrylic application. The acrylic coats the tennis court and can prevent weather from damaging the tennis court, especially if you live in an area where there are freezing temperature every year. Even if you have a court that has been constructed from quality materials, it is still essential that the court is resurfaced at least every seven years; however, ever five years is ideal for most tennis courts. This will cut down on sunken spots and cracks that can develop on the tennis court and cause damage that could be difficult and expensive to fix.

When you find a construction company that can do the job for you, make sure that the professional team is using a crack repair system with trusted components. You also want to work with a company that has a team skilled in levelling the court if need be and restoring the surface of the court if you haven’t been able to play on it for an extended period of time. If you’ve decided that you want to make some aesthetic changes to your tennis court, it’s important to work with a team with experience in changing the surface material or surface of the court.

You may also want to ask about a maintenance program that the building company has. In most cases, this will entail a professional coming out to your property annually to take a look at the tennis court and make minor repairs if necessary. It’s best that the companies you work with have experience handling asphalt and concrete and can renovate your tennis court in a way that allows you to play for hours without putting strain on your knees or other joints.

If there are cracks in the tennis court, these will be repaired with a concrete solution that will seal the crack and keep it from spreading. Depressions and low spots are also repaired and filled in so the surface of the court will be even. When the court is level, it’s more difficult for water to accumulate on the tennis court and cause damage.

After taking a good look at your tennis court, your professional repair team may need to make corrections to the perimeter to make the court bigger or smaller depending on the design aesthetic you want for your property.

This is also a good time to have rust of corrosion removed from various parts of the tennis court, and to have the tennis court checked for quality and durability. After you complete the first tennis court resurfacing, you may want to have a professional to add another coat of protectant every three years or so, just to make sure that there are no hidden damages in the tennis court that could get worse over time.