The first step in the tennis court construction process typically involves identifying the space on which to place the court. You can provide these dimensions to Matt and we can help design your court, accessorize it and provide installation guidelines. Learn more about the Tennis Court Construction process.
The flatness and tight locking mechanism inherent in VersaCourt tile allow it to have the truest and most responsive ball bounce of any tennis court tile available.
Our outdoor tennis courts are not harmed by extreme cold. In fact, our courts have been brittle tested to minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit.
An official tennis court is 78′ long. For singles matches, the width is 27′; for doubles matches, the width is 36′. There are boundary lines on tennis courts to ensure proper play. A net is strung across the middle of the tennis court at a height of 3′ at center. Service lines are 21′ from each side of the net, indicating the area of which a serve should be performed.
It is typically recommended that one build a tennis court from north to south to prevent sun glare during play.
VersaCourt tile can be cleaned in a variety of ways. If it is an outdoor application, leaves, sticks, and trash can build up on the surface. A leaf blower can be used to remove most debris. If the tile surface is dusty or dirty then a power washer can be used – be sure to set it on a low-pressure setting and do not directly spray the painted lines. Over time dirt, leaves, rocks and other debris may accumulate under the tile. If this does occur to the point where the tile is full, undo the tiles in large sections and slide the tile out of the way to clean the subsurface.
While it is very infrequent that tiles get damaged, it is nice to know that most can be replaced in a matter of minutes. Simply insert a hook or screwdriver into a hole closest to the corner of the tile which does not have loops and pull up.