Whether you have an outdoor or indoor court, proper Tennis Court Maintenance is the key to extending the life of your surface and enjoying the game of tennis. Regular maintenance from a professional can help prevent damage that can impact the quality of play and the appearance of your court. Learn more:https://tennis-court-maintenance.uk/
The primary areas of care and maintenance for a tennis court are cleaning, brushing, and watering.
Keep your court clean of dirt, debris and organic material by sweeping regularly with a soft bristled brush. Avoid brooms with hard bristles that can damage the surface. It is important to have a good drainage system that directs water away from the court. Standing water on the surface stains the coatings and causes abrasion. Puddles should be removed as soon as possible (this can be done by a surface pressure washer with a low setting and not held close to the surface) to prevent damage.
Maintaining Tennis Court Line Markings: Accuracy and Visibility
Water your court to maintain optimal moisture, typically once per day. This helps the surface remain firm and helps with erosion control as well. It is also important to check the perimeter of your court and make sure that no grass or other plantings are within a foot of the court to prevent root intrusion.
A light weed control and moss treatment should be applied prior to starting your season in spring. This can be done with a selective herbicide or a pre-season rolling with our G4 to build strength and increase density before the playing season begins.