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Here’s Why Post Tension Concrete is an Ideal Running Surface

Post Tension Concrete for Running Tracks

Having constructed tennis, basketball, and multi-sport courts using post tension concrete, Classic Turf Company has also designed and developed the use of the post tension technology in the construction of running tracks. The structural integrity of running tracks built with asphalt have the same faults as tennis and basketball courts constructed with asphalt. They are… Read more »

Should I have an Asphalt or a Post-Tension Concrete Court Built?

Post Tension Concrete Courts

“Should I build an asphalt or post-tension concrete tennis court on my property?” is a question Classic Turf Company of Woodbury, CT, gets asked often. Asphalt tennis courts are the most common type of hard-surfaced courts in the tennis industry today, but post-tension concrete courts are gaining in popularity and numbers for several reasons. Why… Read more »

Questions to Ask When Considering a Residential Tennis Court For Your Home

Tennis Court Accessories

So you’re thinking of having a residential tennis court installed on your property, but, like most people, you’re not exactly sure where to start, right? In your mind, you can kind of picture it, but in reality, there’s a lot to consider before a shovel goes in the ground. What are some questions to ask… Read more »

A Guide to Having a Tennis Court Installed in Your Backyard

Tennis Court Installations

Have you been thinking about having a tennis court installed in your backyard? Classic Turf Company can make that happen… but first, here’s some information about all the things to consider when planning your court construction… Ample Space First, do you have the room for it? A regulation-sized tennis court for doubles play measures 60… Read more »