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For each different project the cost to install a tarmacadam tennis court will vary; this is because a number of factors have an effect on the final price for the works. The specification of work which needs to be carried out will have the biggest effect on the tarmac facility prices. This is because the full construction of a brand new court will of course cost a lot more than applying anti slip paint or carrying out maintenance to an existing surface. Other factors which you should consider within your budget for the tarmac facility cost include the area size and dimensions for the project, ease of access to site and the location where the works will take place. All of these different variables will change the macadam facility cost and have an effect on our price quotation for carrying out the works.

As tarmac sports surfacing is relatively cheap and long lasting compared to some other outdoor surfaces, the specification is very cost effective and there is also not much maintenance required to keep the macadam in good shape. However it is important that you keep the surfacing clean and well maintained as any damage or contamination can increase the tarmacadam court cost for repairs or even resurfacing if the area becomes badly damaged. We offer a variety of designs for coloured tarmac which can be installed to sports courts and other outdoor areas. Please contact us through the form on this page to talk about each of our services and the costs for what we do.

What is a Hard Court Surface?

A hard court surface used for sport activities is a material called tarmacadam. Tarmacadam may also be known as tarmac, asphalt, macadam and bitmac. A hard-court is great for sports like tennis due to the great performance properties the macadam provides for the sport. Hard courts can also be painted using porous anti-slip paint giving them a unique appearance which is additionally much safer to play on, as slip resistance will be improved. A hard-court surface is also a permeable surfacing type which allows water to drain through easily. This is great for sports surfaces, as it allows the players to enjoy a game of tennis in most weather conditions and all throughout the year. For more details on the hard-court surfacing and how this benefits players, please fill in our enquiry form and we shall get back to you right away. 

Macadam Tennis Surface

In the UK macadam tennis surface flooring is popular because of its all weather properties and its ball bounce characteristics which are ideal for tennis among other sports like basketball. The porosity of a macadam sports surfacing system helps to reduce the tarmacadam facility cost for maintenance as water is able to drain through it quickly and efficiently in wet weather. This means PE lessons, training and matches don’t need to be called off as a result of rain and the surfacing can still be used. As specialist tarmac surfacing installers we will be able to advise you on each of the different options so you can select a surfacing which suits your budget.

The macadam surface is installed onto a specialist sports sub base which is also porous and made up of angular stones. This provides an ideal foundation for macadam to be laid onto; if there is already a suitable sub base in place this can reduce the tarmacadam sport court cost. An acrylic non slip paint application is usually recommended with the construction of a macadam sport surfacing as this protects the tarmac and also gives improved playability and slip resistance. These paint coatings can be supplied and installed in a variety of bright colours as well as line markings for different activities, making the macadam surfacing an all purpose facility.

Our friendly staff have a great deal of experience in dealing with macadam sport surface installations and maintenance jobs so we can help you with any enquiries you may have in regards to this type of surface. Let us know the details of your project including the area size, post code and a brief scope of the works to we can come up with an accurate tarmac tennis court cost of the job.

How to Build a Tarmac Tennis Court Near Me

  1. Dig out the existing surface to the required depths

  2. Stone up to the correct level

  3. Install the tarmacadam wearing course

  4. Apply a polyurethane binder, if required, to stick the paint onto the flooring better

  5. Install anti-slip paint 

  6. Apply line markings onto the facility

As expert sports surfacing builders we can complete the full construction process along with annual maintenance to keep your facility in the top condition. Our specialists can also carry out minor repairs and full resurfaces should your facility become damaged or worn out over time.

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Our specialists can offer you help and guidance regarding the installation of your facility if necessary. If you would like to speak to a professional team member, please complete the contact form on this page and we shall get back to you. We will be more than happy to provide advice and details regarding the construction of a tarmacadam tennis court along with costs and specifications.

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