Tennis Court Surfacing Specifications | Surfacing Guide Specs
SportMaster Sport Surfaces are advanced, 100% acrylic coating systems for surfacing of tennis courts and other sport court and recreational areas. This page contains a full assortment of guide specifications in CSI, 3-part format. Feel free to use and edit these tennis court specifications for your specific project. Contact us if you would like assistance in editing these or need additional information.
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SportMaster is a proud member of the American Sports Builders Association (ASBA). Our systems are best utilized over a properly constructed surface. The ASBA maintains a complete set of detailed tennis court construction guidelines. If you have a new construction project, please visit this ASBA Tennis Court Construction Guideline page where you can view the guidelines and utilize the newest practices of the sports construction industry.
This block includes tennis court resurfacing specifications, with verbiage for new surfacing or resurfacing of tennis courts. Note: The tennis court surfacing specifications and basketball court surfacing specifications can be used interchangeably, so that both sports can be played on the same area and surface.
The following group includes basketball court surfacing and/or resurfacing specifications, with verbiage for new or existing asphalt and concrete surfaces. This is also a very suitable surface for tennis and multipurpose use.
Our Inline Skating Guide Specification is good for roller sports like: roller hockey, skateboarding, and other similar events. This surface can also be customized with addition of specific silica sands to provide an extremely durable sport surface for multipurpose use in high-wear areas.
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|Inline Skating Court Surfacing on Asphalt|
|Inline Skating Surfacing on Concrete|
Pickleball has become increasingly popular throughout the United States. The following Pickleball Court Surfacing Specifications are also interchangeable with our tennis court surfacing specifications. Pickleball courts can be stand-alone or the Pickleball court lines can be blended into a tennis court by using a different color of line paint. Click the following link to view our Pickleball court striping layout
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|Pickleball Court Surfacing on Asphalt|
|Pickleball Court Cushioned Surface on Asphalt|
|Pickleball Court Surfacing on Concrete|
|Pickleball Court Cushioned Surface on Concrete|
The following Shuffleboard Court Surfacing specifications can be used with new or existing Shuffleboard courts that are uncoated or have an existing acrylic coating system.
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|Shuffleboard Court Surfacing on Asphalt|
|Shuffleboard Court Surfacing on Concrete|
SportMaster also manufactures a full line of line of running track repair and surfacing materials. Just like our other sport surfacing products, our running track systems are best utilized over a properly constructed surface. Please visit this ASBA Running Track Construction Guideline page to the American Sport Builders Association’s buyers guide for running track construction:
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There are many factors in figuring a tennis court resurfacing cost. Condition of the existing surface is probably the biggest factor. The extent of crack and low-spot repair, mold and fungus removal, and cleaning are just a few of the items that need to be taken into consideration prior to installation of the surfacing system. Court location, color(s), weather, and installer methods all impact installed cost. This holds true for multi-purpose, inline hockey, and running track surfacing as well. Here is an approximate range of costs:
|Product||Installed price per square foot|
|SportMaster Surfacing System (3 to 4 coats)||$.90 to $1.10|
|SportMaster ProCushion System (8 to 9 coats)||$2.80 to $3.20|
|SkateMaster Surfacing System (3 to 4 coats)||$1.00 to $1.30|
|TrackMaster Plus Surfacing System (2 to 4 coats)||$1.30 to $1.80|