When it comes to tennis court construction, there are various materials that you can use for the surface. At Talbot Tennis, we have experience installing various tennis court surfaces to maximize the usage of your space. That being said, you might be wondering about the benefits of artificial grass tennis courts.
So let’s talk about how an artificial surface can help you and your community enjoy better tennis for the long run.
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The Benefits of Artificial Grass Courts
More Friendly For Your Body
Artificial tennis courts can be better on your body than other materials like clay or concrete or asphalt. After all, tennis can be tough on your body — your joints, your knees, your elbows and other parts of the body can take a lot of impact.
Therefore the artificial grass softens the impact and reduces overall stress. This also helps older players specifically avoid injuries.
An artificial grass court dries quickly. That means if there’s rainfall outside it won’t affect the play as long. That means you can play longer and harder even in spite of inclement conditions.
Furthermore artificial grass is more consistent than normal grass. There won’t be any variation. This makes a more consistent playing surface. It’s also more consistent than clay which can change its nature due to rainfall.
Construction And Maintenance
Luckily it can be less expensive to install, maintain and replace artificial tennis courts. By simply conducting annual maintenance you can keep it in great playing condition. Of course occasional cleaning and sweeping is important in the meantime.
Additional Factors For Artificial Grass Tennis Court Construction
There are two main parts of fake grass tennis courts:
A Good Quality Sub-Base
You typically need a sub-base that’s around 30 centimeters thick with several layers for your artificial grass tennis court.
That’s why it’s important to select a quality tennis court construction company like Talbot Tennis.
Installation Of The Tennis Court Grass
Artificial grass rolls have to be rolled out. Then, they must be lined and glued properly. There also needs to be an infill sand installation. The sand used should be round-shaped to offer the best playing surface and experience.
Learn More About Fake Grass Tennis Courts Today
Tennis court construction can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. If you need experience and expertise, then reach out to the experts at Talbot Tennis today.
We can advise you on the best artificial tennis court resurfacing for your needs. Whether you’re serving a small group or a large community, the right playing surface makes all the difference in the world.