The weather is finally nice enough to get outside for a few games of tennis, but when you get to the park, the courts are closed from rain much earlier in the day. You’re forced to either find somewhere else to play, or forego your game for a bit longer.
A synthetic tennis court, though, offers much greater flexibility for games, allowing you to play in a wider variety of weather conditions. These courts are extremely durable products that not only last far longer than cement and asphalt, but also offer amazing benefits.
- Better health for users: We use three-quarter inch shock-absorbing tiles that have both lateral and vertical give, something not found in traditional asphalt or cement. The tiles will reduce fatigue and have a certain level of bounce that increases jumping and turning safety, helping to alleviate joint stress and long-term pain.
- Long-lasting: Especially when you reside in areas with drastic weather changes, tennis courts can undergo higher levels of damage; cement frequently cracks because of this, and needs to be regularly resurfaced. Synthetic tennis courts, on the other hand, are very low-maintenance and can handle strong weather systems. The polypropylene tiles were made for outdoor environments, with UV inhibitors that protect the color. Additionally, the tiles have been brittle tested to minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Personalize your play: Unlike traditional tennis courts, which only have one option for layout or color, the 360 Sports & SynGrass courts are fully customizable. Whether you want a strict tennis court, or want to develop a multi-sport activity court that can include your logo or emblem.
While most synthetic tennis courts are built on a concrete and rebar base, we also can place the court tile on a compacted stone surface, which includes a recycled rubber underlayment. You’ll be able to talk with designers and specialists every step of the way, as our turnkey approach means you’ll get the court of your dreams without any hassle or red tape.
When you work with 360 Sports & SynGrass, well start by clearing, leveling and compacting the area and building your base, after getting all of the necessary permits and approvals. After setting concrete forms, the tiles are put in place, and once everything has set, the netting is installed.
Give us a call today to learn how you can take advantage of the rest of summer with your own synthetic tennis court.