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Tennis Court Construction specialises in the building and designing of tennis court facilities. Our services include full court construction and design, with a whole host of different surface types and specifications, as well as first-class maintenance and an aftercare programme, and all at a great price.

When you have a new sports facility installation project carried out, it’s always important to make certain you choose the best contractor for the job, this goes for tennis court builders as well. We have a great deal of experience inside the sports facility construction industry and have completed many jobs for organisations such as schools, colleges and clubs throughout the UK.

As specialist sport surfacing builders we design and install tennis facilities in a whole host of different surface types and specifications. Our main areas of expertise are macadam MUGA courts, polymeric rubber surfaces, artificial grass courts and synthetic clay surfacing. We offer prices and quotes for all of these surfacing types and have many case study examples of these facilities which our builders have installed in the past so fill out our contact form for more details.


Full Sports Court Construction 

Our services range from full sports court construction and installation of various surface types to regular cleaning and maintenance aftercare programmes to keep your new court safe and performing well in the future.

Our maintenance services range from chemical decontamination treatments and pressure washing to re-painting of anti-slip sports coatings and line markings to ensure that the surface remains porous and has the desired amount of grip and traction. 

Specialist flooring repairs - shown here - are often done for sport courts if they have become worn out or damaged, we complete this process to a high standard for all surface types.

Tennis Court Facility Contractors Near Me

With years of experience as tennis court facility contractors, our friendly staff can help you through the whole process including offering quotes and pricing advice, as well as help with choosing the best surfacing types and design for your individual requirements.

Each project is completely different, and we understand that it may be difficult to find which surface type and design specification will fit in with your organisation’s budget and needs. To learn more about the various specs available please click here 

Our quotations can be flexible and altered to ensure you get the top quality sports surface you need which comes at a price you are happy with. If you need to stick to a certain size and price restraints, we can make changes to the tennis facility dimensions which will help to reduce costs while also providing a great quality facility.

You should always do relevant background and credit checks on sport facility builders so you can be confident that the company you choose are reliable, professional and experienced in the sports surfacing construction industry.

We always aim to provide our products and services at the best value price for every client, and our design expertise can help guide you through each stage of the process to the final completion of your brand new surface.

How Much to Build a Tennis Court?

There is no fixed price to build a tennis court; in fact there are many factors which can change the cost of installation.

The first thing you will need to think about is how big you want the facility to be. If you're simply having a single court installed, the price of the construction will be much cheaper than if you were to have double or triple courts installed. Also if you are having fencing installed by our builders, as well as other additional features this can also contribute towards the cost.

It is vital to look at your budget before deciding on building the facility, to ensure you get exactly what you want from the build. 

The surfacing is another feature which will change the price to build the facility.

You will need to decide whether you would like a macadam, polymeric, artificial grass or clay surface to play on.

The design of the surface is one main thing which can alter the price. For more information on the designs please click here

Each of these surfacing types are great for tennis, but it's up to you to decide which would be best for your establishment.

Polymeric and macadam courts may be painted using a specialist anti-slip paint, meaning that you can choose the colours of surfacing and markings.

It's necessary to look at things like this, not just the costs when having your sports area built by professional builders.


Building Sports Court

As experts in the building of sports courts and surrounding areas, we complete high-quality installations at cost-effective prices.

Our builders work to install sports courts to a high standard and we pride ourselves in the quality of our work. We have years of experience in building sports courts and surrounding areas and we are able to alter our designs and specs to meet our clients' individual needs and requirements.

We work alongside our clients to ensure they receive the best possible service and that the right surface type is installed to suit their establishment. Our builders can discuss the benefits and limitations of each surface type and let you know which one we think would be best for you. 

Tennis Facility Builders Near Me

If you are looking for tennis facility builders local to you, we have a number of nearby contractors who can complete the installation of sports courts in your area. 

If you'd like to have a sports area built at your school, sports club, leisure centre or home near me, please fill in our enquiry form letting us know about want you require. A professional team member will get back to you as quickly as possible with additional information on our builders and the building process and the costs which come with the installation of sports courts. 


How to Build a Tennis Facility

When looking at how to build a tennis facility it's important to make sure you get professional installers in to carry out the process:

  1. Dig up the existing surface and lay a geotextile membrane

  2. Install tarmac wearing course

  3. Install surfacing if required (artificial grass, polymeric, etc.)

  4. For macadam and polymeric courts, apply an anti-slip colour coating

  5. Carry out line marking

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To discuss the installation or maintenance project with us, please feel free to fill in our enquiry form with your details and one of our team members will get back to you with more information on tennis court builders and some advice for pricing and designs.

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