How to Fill Cracks on a Tennis Court

No matter what type of court surface you have, eventually, it is going to need repair. If yours is a hardcourt, you’ll likely notice cracks, worn spots, and uneven areas.

While needing to address these issues might feel stressful, the truth is that tennis court repair is fairly fast and, in most cases, pretty straightforward. Here are some of the options available to you.

CourtFlex Crack Sealant

 

This is a specialty product specifically manufactured for the repair of hardcourts. It is acrylic based and works on smaller cracks, up to ½ an inch in width. It comes in several colors. How to fill tennis court cracks with this product is simple; all you need to do is open the bottle and pour it into the crack. It has a rubberized texture once dried, which means it is less likely to crack.

Acrylic Crack Patch

 

This tennis court crack repair is a sand-filled crack filler that is suited to both asphalt and concrete, making it a solid choice for hardcourts. For it to work, the crack must be at least 1/8th of an inch wide, but no more than 1 inch. You can purchase it in colors or neutral, which has the color of sand. You simply apply it with a putty knife and use a wet wipe or damp cloth to eliminate any excess. However, it isn’t flexible, which means your crack patch will eventually crack as well.

Crack Magic

 

This is a powerful acrylic crack filler that offers a good amount of flexibility, meaning it is not very likely to crack with use. However, it is not specifically designed for tennis courts. It works on most cracks up to ½ an inch in width and works on most concrete and asphalt surfaces. How to fix tennis court cracks with this product is simple. Just smooth it on with a putty knife and let it dry.

Keep in mind that if your court surface has cracks over an inch in width, there may not be any patching option that works. In these situations, we often suggest court resurfacing to eliminate the problem and create a playable surface.

Of course, if your tennis court has cracks, you don’t have to make the repairs yourself. Talbot Tennis’ court contractors are here to help. Whether you need tennis court resurfacing, tennis court construction, or a simple patch, we will get the job done. 

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