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Needs advice regarding tennis court crack repair solutions.

Hey guys, We are having a tennis court nearby our office. Some of my friends over here used to give me company and we used to play matches frequently. The court is somewhat old and we were planning to renovate the court soon.

The most common problem with asphalt courts is cracking. Players are getting stuck and being injured on a regular basis nowadays due to the cracks on the court surface. As the level of deterioration is too high, we believe that resurfacing alone won’t be enough. Anyways, we are planning to approach a tennis court crack repair expert to help us with renovation works. What all things we have to take care while consulting a professional service provider?

We would like to know your suggestions and comments regarding court resurfacing. Expecting replies. Thanks in advance.

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Posted 2018-03-08T05:02:05+0000  by Jean001 Jean001
 

Hello Jean001 and welcome to the Community.



Home Depot carries Sport surface products that can be used to repair your tennis court's surface.



 

First step - the plushpatch binder kit is the contractor's choice for recreational court repairs. 
The Kit is exceptional for leveling, repairing cracks and surface gouges.



Second step - Plush 5 gal. Acrylic Resurfacer - Non Pigmented 100% Acrylic Leveler. 

Plush 5 gal. Acrylic Resurfacer is a non-pigmented, 100% acrylic latex compound for new or previously sealed bituminous concrete (asphalt) or Portland cement/concrete (see note) tennis courts


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Third Step - Plush 5 gal. Tournament Green Recreational Surface Coating, also available in blue and red. There are three key functions that provide the foundation to Plush color’s coatings: playability, durability and vibrant, fade resistant colors.




                       

Forth step - Plush1 gal. White Tennis Striping Paint.



It is very important you follow the application directions.  Do not apply in early spring or late fall because the product will not cure properly if temperatures drop below ambient temperature below 50°


Thanks for your inquiry.

Charlotte











Posted 2018-03-08T16:01:27+0000  by Char_HD_CHI
 
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