Tennis Court Construction Services
in Georgia & South Carolina

Georgia's Leader in Tennis Court Construction

Tennis Court Construction

Talbot Tennis will provide you with a complete, turn-key solution for constructing the tennis court of your dreams. We offer our clients a single point of contact during the construction phase to ensure proper coordination of activities and eliminate any "finger pointing". Talbot Tennis has been a tennis court construction company in Georgia & South Carolina, for over thirty five years and our experience and expertise enable us to offer the longest warranties in the business. We also have 2 of approximately 60 nationwide certified tennis court builders on staff. The certified tennis court designation represents the highest standards of excellence and knowledge in the industry of tennis court builders, which requires a rigorous exam, experience and recertification on a tri-annual basis. Please visit the website for more information. Talbot Tennis also constructs post tension concrete tennis courts, which tend to have double the life span (up to fifty years) of an asphalt court coupled with minimal cracking.

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Total Reconstruction

Asphalt tennis courts typically have a 25 year life expectancy. At a certain point, it is not advisable to keep resurfacing the court and a total reconstruction of the courts becomes necessary. The total reconstruction removes the entire existing court, either through milling or hauling asphalt to a recycling center. This approach is recommended for courts with depressed areas, structural cracking and other sub-base issues. A total reconstruction is the only method where this is no chance for a reflective crack to return.

Are you tired of tennis courts cracking?

Post Tension Concrete Courts are constructed to have a fifty year life expectancy with minimal cracking taking place. Post Tension cables are partially tensioned after 24 hours to minimize cracking during curing. Once concrete reaches a compressive strength, final tensioning is applied to approximately 30,000 psi. Although post tension concrete courts are more expensive to construct than traditional asphalt courts, they tend to cost less over the full life cycle of the courts while having significantly less cracking than asphalt courts.

Construction of Post-Tensioned in Concrete Courts
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