Posts Categorized: Tennis Courts

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 »

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 »

Reasons for Rehabilitating a Park

Rehabbing Parks

Parks can add a lot of value to the neighborhoods they’re located in; many cities have their top-dollar homes located around major parks. Sometimes parks need some rehabilitation in order to meet continuing or changing uses while still retaining the park’s overall character and feel, right? Some of the reasons to rehabilitate a park include… Read more »

What is a Regulation Size Tennis Court?

Tennis Pracitce

While tennis courts could technically be any size, in reality there is such a thing as a “regulation tennis court.” The International Tennis Federation governs the sport of tennis, defining the exact size of what’s considered a “regulation tennis court” as played on a rectangular flat surface. Consider the numbers… A proper tennis court is… Read more »