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Tennis Court Construction are experts in sport surfacing installation and can assist when choosing and designing tennis courts for your facility.

As experienced specialists in the sport surfacing installation sector, we can help you with every aspect of the tennis court design to ensure that your new sports facility meets all of your requirements and fits with your budget.

Our designs and specifications cover all aspects of the sports facility construction including the groundworks, sub base and the chosen surfacing itself. The surface specifications we install include synthetic grass, porous macadam courts, polymeric rubber surfaces and artificial clay, all our sport surface types are approved for performance and safety by the LTA and the ITF so you can be sure you’re getting a quality product. As each of surface type we offer has a different specification, the costs for installation will vary for each type.

For more details on costs, make sure to check out this page Other factors regarding the design also affect the prices so please contact us today to discuss a quote.


Designing Tennis Courts Near Me

When designing tennis courts, there are a number of things to take into account.

As well as the different surfacing types, we also extend the design to extra installations and applications to help you get the most out of your new facility and to keep it safe and well maintained.

These additional sport facility extras could include specialist sports fencing in a variety of designs, floodlighting to make the area accessible in the evening, and maintenance equipment which will help you to look after the surfacing and keep it safe for use.

We also apply anti slip paint coatings to macadam and polymeric surfaces in special anti slip paint to create more friction on the surface and improve the playing capabilities, even during wet weather.

Tennis Surfacing Specification

It’s important that you choose the best tennis surfacing specification for your individual project to make sure you get the best use out of it and that it’s fit for purpose.

All the sport surfaces we install are completely porous to drain water quickly and most can be used for multiple sports, giving you an all-purpose facility which is extremely versatile.

Both macadam and polymeric EPDM surfacing specifications can be used for sports like basketball and netball, whereas sand-filled artificial grass also provides good performance qualities for football and hockey.

You may choose a tennis court design which gives the best playing characteristics for the other sports you are interested in playing as well as tennis.

We carry out tennis surface colouring for the main playing area and nearby surrounding areas; more about painting can be found here 

The colouring generally refers to an application of anti-slip paint being applied to the whole area to give a vibrant coloured design as well as adding better safety qualities.

Our experienced staff can help guide you to create the perfect tennis surfacing specification for your project, whether it’s for a school, college, club or residential sporting facility local to you, we can find the right surface type and extra equipment so you will have a court to be proud of.

We would be happy to discuss any questions or enquiries you may have for designs and specifications, please feel free to use our contact form and we’ll reply back with some information on pricing and surface types to get started with creating your project.


What is the Cost of a Sports Court?

The cost of a sports court and surrounding areas, can alter depending upon the design, the sports you require to play within the facility, the surface type and the area size.

If you want to have the surfacing covered in anti-slip paint - which is recommended to enhance the overall look and play of the surface and improve the slip resistance - the installation price will be slightly higher.

The surfacing you choose to have installed will also have an effect on the price; macadam surfacing is generally a lot cheaper than polymeric or artificial grass, since very little preparation work is needed.

If you're planning to play a number of different sports on your courts, you'll need to see which type of surface is best for the sports you require to play. The last thing which can influence the cost is the size of the facility you wish to build.

Single courts will be a lot cheaper than double or triple courts.

If you wish to have a number of games going on at the same time, you will need to think about your budget and how many you are able to install. Having a joint double court will generally be cheaper than two single courts, as less prep work and materials may be needed.

We aim to get closest to your spending budget, so make sure to contact us if you have a specific price in mind.


Design your Own Tennis Court

You're able to design your own tennis court to create a completely unique facility for your players to use.

When designing your own court you'll be able to choose the size, colours and surfacing type.

Although there are standard sizes for tennis courts, we may alter our own designs and specifications to meet your individual needs and requirements.

To learn more about various dimensions, please click here

We may install mini courts to fit your budget and create an enjoyable area for people to play on.

You may also decide upon the type of surface which you'd like installed; you may choose from macadam, polymeric, clay and artificial grass.

You can also choose the colours for the inside and outside of the court along with the line-markings.

How to Design a Tennis Court Near Me

If you're thinking about having a new sporting facility installed, it is important to think about the design before the construction. Here is a number of things you will need to think about when looking how to design a tennis court:

  1. Specify a budget

  2. Decide on the type of surfacing you wish to be installed

  3. Decide how big you want the facility - would you like a single or a double court?

  4. Choose colours you'd like the surfacing to be

  5. Pick the colours you want the line markings to be

Once you have designed your facility, we will run you through the installation process.

Our expert contractors can create courts which are exactly the way you have designed them.

If you've got any unique suggestions, please let us know and we will try to cater for all your needs. Our main goal is to ensure the client is happy with the completed facility, so do not hesitate to let us know your thoughts and ideas.

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