Tennis Court Resurfacing in NEW WINTON

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  • Specialist Provider in East Lothian
  • 20+ Years Experience
  • Voted Best Company in New Winton

We are specialist Tennis Court Resurfacing contractors in New Winton who have installed over 2 million metres of surfacing throughout the UK.

With installers based in New Winton East Lothian we can offer competitive prices and in September 2021 are able to get costs to you very quickly.

Here at Tennis Court Resurfacing, we are specialists in updating tennis court facilities in East Lothian New Winton. If you need a respected and qualified contractor to resurface a tennis court, our team can help.

Tennis Court Resurface in East Lothian

Tennis court resurfacing can often be carried out at schools and sports clubs. We can do this upgrade an old court surface and enhance the playing qualities.

The weather can cause damage and with heavy use the court will start to appear broken down. Consequently, the surface could become hazardous and not perform as it is supposed to.

Products for Tennis Court Surfaces

If you go with a resurface, there are various surfacing options available.

Polymeric surfacing is made up of EPDM rubber crumb and binder mixed together. A lot of sporting activities are played on polymeric surfacing.

Macadam sports courts have a porous surface that is commonly installed in schools. Netball and basketball may also be played with this type of surface.

We offer a number of great Tennis Court Resurfacing services in New Winton and are more than happy in assisting you on anything from price, to dimensions, to specification.

In some cases artificial grass may be installed for a tennis court. This helps to produce a more natural feel for players. You may also play football and hockey on this surface too.

Applying a Brand New Anti Slip Coating

We also install anti slip paint to macadam and polymeric court surfaces. The anti-slip coatings are generally applied using bright colours. Our team can use either acrylic or polyurethane paint combined with aluminium oxide and sand.

The type of paint is applied to the court surface to improve the grip. After the paint coating is applied, we’ll then add line markings using a different colour.

Tennis Court Contractors in New Winton

It’s crucial that you pick an expert company so you know that the project will be completed to a high standard. You can discuss the specification of the court surface in advance to ensure it is precisely how you want it.

Our team can carry out this type of work using a range of top quality products at different facilities.

More Details

Talk to our team today if you’d like to find out more about what we do. Our team can complete a tennis court resurface in New Winton so feel free to get in touch for a price.

For more information on Tennis Court Resurfacing services in NEW WINTON, fill in the contact form below to receive a free quote today.

At Tennis Court Resurfacing, we can assist you on the best specifications, costs and prices. Make sure you contact us today for a number of great Tennis Court Resurfacing services in New Winton East Lothian.

What Others Say About Our Services

We absolutely love the service provided. Their approach is really friendly but professional. We went out to five different contractors and found Tennis Court Resurfacing to be value for money and their service was by far the best. Thank you for your awesome work!!

Jada Smyth
Harrods Sports Club

We have used Tennis Court Resurfacing for many years as they are certainly the best in the UK. The attention to detail and professional setup is what makes this company our go-to company for all our work. I highly recommend the team for the immense work - we highly recommend!!

Peter Tait
PIT Landscapers

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Our specialist team can help you in all the areas in East Lothian and give you the best rates.

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