Tennis court maintenance is inevitable, but fortunately acrylic hard court surfaces require very little time and effort to maintain. If your tennis court was properly built, per the guidelines of the American Sports Builders Association, the natural slope and weather will help to minimize accumulation of debris and water. We will go over some other important tennis court maintenance items that you may want to consider, so that your court will provide many years of enjoyment.
Periodic maintenance on HydroCourt and HyQ Courts addresses court changes that occur over time. These should include scarification to prevent and eliminate growth and to prevent and reduce hardening of the court surface, adding Coarse Blend to maintain optimum traction, and the clearing of drainage channels.
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Rain showers help clean your court. However, dirt accumulates in standing water, leaving stains and piles of debris. This acts like sandpaper under the players’ feet and creates abrasion on the surface. Remove water from birdbaths as often as possible. Court Irrigation systems around the court should not spray on the court.
Maintaining your tennis court is of vital importance both for your players and the court's appearance and professionalism. You'll need water removers and water brooms to keep your court in great shape, and we carry just what you need.
There is no daily maintenance required for hard tennis courts (asphalt or concrete). If you are really detail oriented, you could brush leaves and debris off the court on a daily basis! As Needed Maintenance. Sweeping& Water Removal. A hard tennis court should be swept clean of any dirt of debris on a weekly basis.
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Your hard (Asphalt or Concrete) tennis court will require very little daily, weekly, monthly and annual maintenance. Please review the resources in the Court Maintenance Guidelines section Court Maintenance Guidelines section of this site to better understand the tasks that need to be completed.