Midwest Tennis Court Resurfacing and Repair

Midwest Tennis Court Resurfacing, Repair, and Construction

Is It Time To Resurface Your Tennis Court?

SportMaster has representatives and stores throughout the Midwest to serve tennis court contractors, court owners, and specifiers.  Fill out the contact form on this page and we will get back with you quickly with recommended tennis court builders and resurfacing  contractors that can provide free quotes throughout the Midwest.

Tennis Court Crack Fillers and Repair in the Midwest

Asphalt and concrete tennis court surfaces really take a beating from the Midwest climate and weather conditions.  Before you know it, cracks and puddles appear on your tennis court and most court owners don’t know the right way to fix them.  As a product manufacturer and supplier, we can provide recommendations on repair procedures and put you in touch with qualified tennis court contractors to provide free estimates.

There are different tennis court crack fillers and repair methods to choose from, and local professionals can provide recommendations for the Midwest.  Whether you need heavy bodied crack fillers for larger cracks or flexible, elastomeric sealants for small to moderate cracks that exhibit movement, SportMaster has many options.

Midwest Tennis Court Puddle Removal and Patching

Asphalt tennis court surfaces are commonly used in the Midwest. Dying tree roots under the court surface, expansive base materials, and improper compaction are just a few of the issues that can cause areas of the pavement to sink.  This creates puddles, commonly known as birdbaths on a tennis court surface.

SportMaster Acrylic Patch Binder is an acrylic resin that is mixed on-site with portland cement and silica sand to create a patching mix for filling and leveling low spots to remove or minimize standing water on a tennis court or sport surface.  Application of Acrylic Patch Binder can be tricky and we recommend an experienced installer.  Here is a short video demonstrating mixing and application over puddled areas:


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