Posts Categorized: Post-tension advantages

The Features of Post Tension Concrete Tennis Courts

Post Tension Concrete Tennis Courts

When installing a new tennis court, you could use regular asphalt to do it. However, a post-tensioned concrete tennis court would likely be a superior option. Creating a post-tension tennis court involves taking a prepared base and installing a structural concrete slab over top of it. The concrete is then reinforced with a system of… Read more »

A Brief Introduction to Post-Tension Concrete

Post-tension concrete

If you’re building an outdoor basketball court, tennis court, or other sports surface, you should strongly consider using post-tension concrete to do it. Post-tension concrete lasts significantly longer than many other types of concrete, and it won’t crack or break for a very long time. It makes it ideal for creating a playing surface that… Read more »

The Benefits of Reinforced Concrete

A professionally installed tennis or basketball court is a sizable investment for individuals, businesses or organizations to make. Therefore, it’s essential that you do things right to ensure you make a purchase that will last for years to come. All too often, however, things get done not up to standard and buyer’s remorse occurs. Buyer’s… Read more »

Why Post Tension Concrete?

In the turf world, concrete largely hasn’t been playing much of a game for people. We see it more as something for foundations in housing and maybe a cheap way for a basketball court to be set up, but we see more people going for the classic turf with the rubberized design since it tends… Read more »