Tennis court resurfacing has evolved over the years. As new technology in acrylic tennis court surfaces and application methods are introduced and perfected, it is very important that design standards and specifications are updated, as well.
When landscape architects and engineers perform research and develop specifications, they are looking for proven systems that meet or exceed industry quality standards. It is also important to choose tennis court surfacing and repair systems that have ample distribution and manufacturer support at the local, regional, and state level. This ensures a quick response and resolution, in case of problems or issues arise during or after the project is completed.
The following tennis court resurfacing guide specification is written using the SportMaster brand as the design standard. Here are some of the reasons for selecting SportMaster Sport Surfaces:
- SportMaster has been around for over 40 years
- There are currently 80+ locations in the United States with more abroad…and growing
- SportMaster is the official surface of the USPTA (United States Professional Tennis Association)
- SportMaster tennis court surfaces have achieved all 5 speeds through the ITF (International Tennis Federations) pace classification program. *The only U.S. brand to have all paces.
- Qualified SportMaster tennis court contractors are available throughout the U.S. & abroad
Tennis Court Resurfacing on Asphalt | Guide Specificaton
The following link will provide a complete and editable tennis court resurfacing guide specification in word format. This specification is applicable for new asphalt tennis courts or existing acrylic surfaces.
Tennis Court Resurfacing on Concrete | Guide Specification
The following link will provide a complete and editable tennis court resurfacing guide specification in word format. This specification is applicable for new concrete tennis courts or existing acrylic surfaces.
For more guide specifications on other sport surfaces, like basketball, roller sports, and cushioned sport surfaces, visit http://www.sportmaster.net/architects.shtml