The hard surface tennis court or "All Weather Tennis Court", is the most common surface type of court.
Unlike the soft surface court, an All Weather court requires little maintenance. Cleaning the surface periodically of mold and or mildew and sweeping or blowing from time to time.
The All Weather court is generally constructed of concrete or asphalt then painted with an acrylic color finish system, available in a variety of colors. At ProCorM, we use the Plexipave color system.
Cushioning can be applied before the color to give the court a desired degree of resiliency. Cushion relieves some of the stress on the body.
About every 7 years or so, depending on the wear, the tennis court may have to be refinished. Cracks may develop, and should be repaired as soon as they appear to prevent them from spreading.
If you would like more information about building or refinishing a tennis court and you are located on Long Island, NY, please contact us.