Posts Tagged: Post tension concrete tennis courts

The End of Summer Is a Time for Reflection

The “legal” end of summer is still a couple weeks away, but when August wraps up, it feels like the summer days are behind us – especially if you have to back to school, as a student, teacher, or administrator. At Classic Turf, the end of summer always reminds us of all the projects we… Read more »

Installing High-Quality Tennis Courts

Outdoor tennis court

At Classic Turf Company, we have decades of experience installing high-quality tennis courts. From court fencing to lighting, we do it all and more. With winter right around the corner, now is a good time to remember that unlike some sports, tennis can be played all year long. Simply hire our team to install an… 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 »

This Summer, Play More Tennis on a Pristine Court

tennis players

This summer, a pristine tennis court installed by the professional staff here at the Classic Turf Company may help you provide a great recreational activity to your family or community. Our Classic Turf Sports Surface is specifically designed for tennis courts, providing consistent ball bounce and softness for less wear and tear on players –… Read more »

Grass Courts vs. Hard Courts

The most famous grass courts in the world reside at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, better known as Wimbledon. The Wimbledon Championships is not only the oldest tennis tournament in the world — it’s considered the most prestigious.  It’s the only major tournament played on grass, the games original surface, and in… Read more »

Clay Courts vs. Hard Courts

With tennis fans glued to the French Open this week and the rest of next week, we thought it’d be appropriate to talk about the differences between the clay courts used at Roland Garros, and the post-tension hard courts we install throughout New England. It’s a little more than just, this court is made out… Read more »