Tennis Court Cleaning
Hard tennis court maintenance
It is especially important, before winter frosts, that dirt and moss in the surface matrix is cleaned out, to ensure free drainage. If not, when it freezes, ice expands and breaks out chippings, therefore spoiling your tennis court, such that a full resurface is then required.
A deep clean by our own trusted, trained technicians, including subsequent treatment with moss killer to inhibit re-growth of moss and algae, will ensure your tennis court drains, restoring the grip, performing at its best as well as lasting many years longer.
We recommend repainting every five to seven years and resurfacing every ten to 15 years.
For further information, please call 01832 272993 and speak to The Maintenance Team.
Synthetic turf maintenance
Having your tennis court cleaned and maintained by experienced, skilled and trustworthy technicians with professional purpose-built equipment will remove dirty sand, and de-compact the surface. When the correct grade of clean sand is replaced and evenly distributed, the results is a clean, safe fast- draining court that you can enjoy as you did when it was new.
Importance of using the right equipment
The image below shows the difference between pressure washing and using a Whirl-A-Way cleaner, as we do. The Whirl-A-Way has been used here on top of a previously pressure cleaned court.
As the picture shows, the process cleans far deeper and more effectively than a pressure wash - forcing out the tell-tale black edge of dirt from the surface of the court.
EnTC Tennis Court Maintenance is endorsed by En-Tout-Cas, Cotswold Tennis Courts, Anglia & Midland Sports and Elliott Construction.
A name to trust…
Cotswold Courts are made and supplied by En Tout Cas - the original manufacturer of all-year-round courts and sports surfaces. En Tout Cas was founded in 1909 and continues to be a byword for British-built quality and excellence.
En Tout Cas is a member of SAPCA, the UK's Sports and Play Construction Association.
SAPCA members follow a series of Codes of Practice, including the SAPCA Code of Practice for the Construction and Maintenance of Tennis Courts.
This covers general information and surface selection, construction guidelines, maintenance and renovation of courts, and the SAPCA Code of Practice for the Maintenance of Synthetic Surfaces.