Tennis court construction
Every tennis court site is unique. Deuce Tennis Court Constructions will, when needed, utilise the skills of engineers and architects for you to achieve your desired outcome.
A crucial factor in tennis court construction is the earthworks. Soil tests may be required to check how reactive your soil is. Tennis courts all have approximately 1% fall so knowing the soil conditions is a must to obtain correct drainage. The utilising of excavators, drotts and dual grade lasers are required to obtain correct levels and falls.
Once the sub base is prepared, the next step is to lay out either sand , crusher dust or road base, which will be laser levelled and compacted to form the base of the court. The two main bases which will be put on the sub- base are concrete or asphalt.
A special blend of concrete is needed for surfaces to adhere to, whether it is an acrylic paint or synthetic grass. The concrete base will have all necessary steel reinforcing and accessories incorporated to form a solid base which will give your court excellent longevity.
Asphalt will be laid by our group of professional asphalter’s. With asphalt it is critical that the sub base is perfect as it can be damaged easier than concrete, by ground movement, bad drainage and trees.
The next step is the fencing which will be completed while the concrete or asphalt is curing. Deuce Tennis Court Constructions can offer a range of options for your fence.
Lighting and light poles are generally incorporated into the fence for a more attractive look.At Deuce Tennis Court Constructions we will provide you with all relevant documents and information to make sure your court is a successful and positive project for you to enjoy for years to come.
- Retaining walls
- Car parks
- Roads Walkways
- Post court maintenance
- Schools, (assisting with paperwork for grants and funding)
- Councils, local and state governments
- Resorts, Body Corporate
- Private and residential
- Civil Companies
- Private Builders
- Indoor / Outdoor