Sports Courts did a fantastic job on our hard ageing tennis court which before they came was absolutely covered in moss and weeds. It’s now in great shape and playing well
Mrs Russell, Thriplow, Cambridgeshire

Cleaning and Maintenance

Outdoor courts require regular maintenance in order to prolong the life of the surface and to maintain optimum playing conditions. It is recommended that you undertake this vital upkeep of your tennis court or sports surface with professional cleaning every 12 to 18 months.

How long does cleaning take and how soon is the court ready for use again?
Cleaning a sports surface can take between 1-2 days per court depending on how much moss and dirt has accumulated. After a cleaning process has been completed, the court will be ready for use just 12 hours later. This minimal disruption will prolong the life and optimise the performance of your surface.

Is moss affecting your tennis court?
If trees or buildings surround your court you may experience a higher level of moss in the shadier areas of your court. This can easily be eliminated by regular maintenance including regular cleaning along with moss and weed treatment.

Is your sports court surface breaking down or very weathered?
For courts that are more weathered and have started to fret, our binding process could be all you need to give your court a new lease of life.

Binding your court
Binding is a long-lasting process that could prolong the life of your court without the need to resurface. Our unique binder process involves applying a binder followed by two coats of approved acrylic paint.

The porosity of the surface after our treatment is substantially improved and with minimal disruption, the court can back in use within three to four days.

We offer cleaning and maintenance contracts. Please contact us for more information.

Case Study
Sports Courts were appointed by the London Borough of Richmond to undertake the washing, binding, court colouring and line making of 12 tennis courts within the Boroughs parks.

Read more in our Case Study

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Sports Courts UK Ltd have been a certified member of the Sports and Play Construction Association (SAPCA) since 2005