TENNIS COURT RESURFACING ADELAIDE
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Adelaide Tennis Court Resurfacing
Tennis Court Builders Adelaide SA not only construct tennis courts, but we can also resurface or restore old ones. There is nothing more unsatisfying than playing a game on an old and worn-out tennis court surface. Perhaps you may not have the money or time to rebuild it but you’re still looking for an easy way to make it look better and also make it easier to play on?
A tennis court resurfacing will do wonders for your tennis court (and make it more enjoyable to use) and will ensure that the surface is even and consistently solid, this will ensure that there are no tripping hazards and that the surface will look and feel much nicer as well. Resurfacing can also be useful when a court surface has been damaged over a long time via too much sun exposure or damp and wet conditions.
A tennis court can be renovated in a multitude of different ways as no 2 courts are the same and different surfaces and conditions require a different approach. We’ll generally begin by removing the existing surface layer, then prepare the base whilst making any needed repairs along the way, we’ll then begin adding in the new court lines as well as the new net & fencing that are usually much needed. We can also replace your court lighting if need be.
Not only does a new playing surface improve your gameplay and enjoyment, but it will also increase the value of your home.
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Why Resurface A Tennis Court?
The number one benefit of resurfacing a worn out tennis court is that it will expand the life and playability of your court. Whether you’re sick of playing on a poor surface, hate the worn down look of it everyday or just feel the need for some change, a resurfacing will do wonders for your court and for your home.
Better Playing Surface
The contrast between playing on a worn out tennis court vs a new one is basically like day and night and a new surface will greatly improve your playing experience. When playing on a worn-out court, the playing area is very often uneven & depending on the type of playing surface, there is a good chance there will be a few tripping hazards.
A resurfaced tennis court will not only play better, it also looks aesthetically better and much more pleasing to the eye. You will be amazed at how much a restoration can change the feel & look of your garden. Old & worn out tennis surfaces can look very bland and dull, which can really dampen the energy and the vibe of your outdoor area, so a resurfacing can make a huge difference here.
Increase Your Home Value
Finally, a new court surface and restoration can greatly increase the value of your home. Having a home tennis court is quite a prestigious thing and many people will pay extra for a house with this facility, by ensuring that yours remains in good condition with a resurfacing will no doubt increase the overall value of your home, whether you plan on selling soon or not.
Frequently Asked Questions
The style of tennis court surface you choose varies from person to person. It really depends on your finances and budget, how much regular upkeep you’re prepared to do, & which type suits your garden best as well as your preferred game playing style.
The price can vary quite considerably based on the site location & the ease of access, what type of surface is being built, how much prior preparation work is required (such as earthworks) as well as the type of court surface required. Also prices are more if you decide to have optional added extras, such as lighting and fencing. On average though you’ll be looking at around $60K , with a rough estimated range of $35k to $125K.
Once again this can vary greatly depending on the site location & the ease of access (for machinery, earthworks and equipment), what season we’re in (bad weather can cause delays), and also how much preparation & groundwork is going to be required. The type of surface can also play a large part here, so you might be looking at anywhere from around a few quick weeks to up to 2 months or more depending.