• Has your court been neglected?
• Is it suffering from wear and tear?
• Does it need restoring to its former glory?
• Perhaps the surface has become discoloured and the lines less visible.
• Maybe there are deposits of moss and algae making the surface slippery and reducing porosity.

It would be foolish to ignore these faults and allow further deterioration. In time, lack of attention will demand an entirely new surface.

This can be avoided if you take early action to stop the rot.

Court Refurbishment

  • Start of job
    Start of job
  • Wash out moss
    Wash out moss
  • Final clean
    Final clean
  • Ready to paint
    Ready to paint
  • Start of spraying
    Start of spraying
  • 3 coats - inner and outer
    3 coats – inner and outer
  • Hand painting lines
    Hand painting lines
  • Lining process
    Lining process
  • Finished court
    Finished court

Your court is a valuable asset, both to you and your property. Providing your court is still structurally sound, we can return it to first class condition by some of the following measures:
• Pressure cleaning with fungicide treatment.
• Surface screeding and general repairs.
• Resurfacing.
• Fencing repairs.
• Polyurethane resin coatings for prolonging macadam life.
• Colour Coating and Lining.
• Annual maintenance.

More Examples

  • Four finished courts at Henley
    Four finished courts at Henley
  • Tennis courts at Henley
    Tennis courts at Henley
  • Courts being washed
    Courts being washed
  • tennis and netball lines
    Completed project with
    tennis and netball lines
  • Individual details
    Individual details