In Addition to Austin, Courtex Construction proudly provides basketball court resurfacing services to: Dallas, San Antonio, Lubbock, Amarillo, Midland, Abilene, Odessa, San Angelo, and El Paso.
Basketball Court Resurfacing
There is nothing more frustrating to a basketball player than being on a worn out basketball court surface. Imagine making a move only for the ball to ricochet away after hitting a crack, a hole or a bumpy area. A basketball court should be flat and free from cracks or bumps to enable players to have fun and show off their skills.
Apart from limiting the player from exploiting their full potential, a cracked and bumpy basketball court is a risk to the player. It is very easy for the player to get injured while playing on such a court. Whether it is a private, apartment complex, school or public court, resurfacing is the best solution to such courts as to restore their quality and safety. Resurfacing will breathe new life in the basketball court and make it look new again.
AVAILABLE SURFACE OPTIONS FOR YOUR BASKETBALL COURT
There are a variety of surfaces that can be used for resurfacing basketball courts. The choice selected should be determined by various factors including the nature of the court such as open or indoor. How frequent the court is used is another factor that can determine the option to go for. Here are some of the best basketball court resurfacing options available:
- Acrylic surfaces. They are highly recommended for outdoor courts mostly due to their durability. They can withstand the harshest weather conditions to last for a longer time. There are different options of acrylic surfaces to select depending on your preference. They include Acrylotex, DecoColor, and DecorTurf.
- Urethane and Latex track System- these surfaces are best known for their durability and flexibility in use. You will be surprised by how long they will last without showing any sign of depreciation. They are mostly used for running tracks; they can also be used for a basketball court.
- Conica surface- this is another great basketball court resurfacing option that can be used for resurfacing the basketball court. They are also highly durable and will definitely give value for money. They are a great choice for public and school courts that are frequently used due to their durability.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD A BASKETBALL COURT BE RESURFACED?
Though the court should generally be resurfaced after 5 years, other factors may come into play. For instance, if the court is regularly used, particularly public courts might require being resurfaced within a couple of years. For private courts, it can take even 10 years to have the court resurfaced. So, different factors will determine when the court can be resurfaced. The rate at which the basketball court surface depreciates is also another factor to be considered. If you think your basketball court may need resurfacing, consult with Courtex Construction Inc. and we will advice you on the best option moving forward.