Tennis Court Repairs

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Tennis Court Repairs

There are a variety of reasons for having your tennis court repaired or resurfaced. Sometimes it is as simple as a crack that needs to be filled and other times there are more serious structural issues that need to be addressed. The key is to know what to look for and act quickly. This helps reduce the cost of resurfacing down the road by addressing minor problems as they arise. This link:

When it comes to crack repair there are several options that range from acrylic crack fillers to specialty membrane systems. Crack fillers work well on cosmetic cracks caused by normal wear and tear. However, if the crack is water-damaged it is important to clean the crack of debris and allow it to completely dry before applying any crack filler. This will help prevent the crack filler from wicking up and weakening the crack over time.

Many asphalt courts develop low spots or birdbaths that need to be filled and leveled. In addition, they may need to be resurfaced and painted. These repairs require extra time, expertise, and acrylic patching materials to complete.


Once all other repairs are completed and the drainage system is improved, resurfacing can begin. This process consists of adding a new layer of oil-based asphalt with an acrylic coating to the existing surface. This is a more economical approach to replacing the entire court and can be done in a shorter period of time.