Tennis Court Resurfacing in Austin TX
No one loves to play on a dirty, cracked tennis court. One of the best ways to bring your court back to life is through tennis court resurfacing in Austin, TX. Tennis court resurfacing is done in two phases. The first phase, known as the repair stage, involves the repair of the existing court structure. The second phase, called the surfacing phase, entails the application of acrylic coating system.
Tennis court resurfacing helps to restore your court’s play-ability , enhance its appearance and extend its lifetime. To ensure that your tennis court is resurfaced properly, it is essential to hire an experienced contractor. Professionals at Courtex Construction Inc. have the required expertise, tools, materials and technology to handle any court resurfacing project. Our professionals will ensure your tennis court is resurfaced properly and in a cost effective and timely manner.
We recommend a court resurfacing procedure be done every 5 to 7 years. Routine resurface not only restores your court’s play-ability but also gives it an aesthetic appeal and extends its lifetime. Other signs that may indicate it is time to resurface your tennis court include; surface peeling at the cracks, presence of puddles in the surface and the presence of large cracks or multiple cracks all over the place. Resurfacing can also be done when you need to change from an old type of surface to a new aesthetically pleasing surface.
The top causes of tennis court deterioration
Depressions: Passing Heavy machinery, such as bulldozers can cause your tennis court to
crack and deteriorate over time.
Ground movements: Cracks on your tennis court can be due to settling or sinking areas, which is a
sign of poor compaction and poor sub-base construction. Cracking caused by
severe settling could be caused by something buried below the tennis court
UV damage: Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can cause your tennis court to crack and
Age: Courts made from asphalt undergo the process of curing over a period of 10 years, depending
on the type of asphalt used.
Water: in colder weather, rainwater fills inside a crack, freezes and then expands wider making the
crack grow in length.
Courtex Construction Inc. has been specializing in tennis court repair and resurfacing since 2010. We have developed our own proven methods for resurfacing and repairing all types of sports courts. Our professionals combine both science and art to provide you a long lasting tennis court surface. By utilizing a systematic approach to construction, our building experts ensure that every tennis court exceeds your expectations.