Reasons to Use a Tennis Backboard

If you took a look at the game of tennis, historically, you’d find that many of the sport’s greatest, most well-known players grew up honing their tennis skills using tennis backboards. Pete Sampras got his start hitting a tennis ball against a backboard when he was about 7-years-old. Venus Williams, Monica Seles, Roger Federer, John… Read more »

Which Basketball Playing Surface is Best for My Property?

Did you know that the game of basketball got its start because a man named Dr. James Naismith was looking for a way to condition young athletes during cold months? Basketball, as we know it today, started in an indoor gymnasium in Springfield, Massachusetts back in 1891, with the first public game taking place March… Read more »

Valuable Life Lessons Taught by Tennis

Tennis teaches many valuable life lessons. It’s a game which encourages people to be competitive, passionate, dedicated and athletic. Whether young or old, people of all ages seem to enjoy the thrill of tennis. What are Some of the Life Lessons Taught by Tennis? For starters, when you first take up tennis you’re not automatically… Read more »

Tennis Net Rules and Standards

Classic Turf Company is known for installing tennis court surfaces, but also supplies things like tennis nets and net posts in order to make the courts complete. All of Classic Turf’s nets come with a center strap and anchor. For nets, choose “TN45,” which is our double thick 100% polyester headband that plays like a… Read more »

Reasons for Communities to Build Indoor Tennis Courts

Classic Turf Company of Woodbury, Connecticut, is known for constructing great tennis courts all over the country. Some of them are outdoors and some of them are indoors. As you’d imagine, indoor tennis courts go over well especially in areas where the weather is often too rainy or cold to properly play outside. Cold weather… Read more »

What Makes Asphalt Crack?

Drive down most roads and you’re likely to see (and feel) all sorts of cracks. It’s a shame, because those cracks wreck havoc on vehicles and make for really bumpy rides. Most roads and driveways in the U.S. are made of asphalt and concrete. Both materials are prone to cracking for several reasons. Just like… Read more »