Tennis Court Construction in Miami, FL

At Sport Surfaces, we take pride in our superior tennis court design and tennis court construction services for home, luxury resort and commercial use. We offer a variety of surface options, including a synthetic tennis court option. Our experienced professionals work with you to select the perfect surface option for your needs within your budget.

 

Tennis court construction costs vary depending on surface material, which typically includes asphalt, clay or synthetic materials. Our professionals work with you to understand the benefits of each option and help you select the ideal tennis court surface for your needs.

An overview of each surface option is outlined below.

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Asphalt Tennis Court

Asphalt tennis courts are most popular for home and commercial use.

Advantages:

  • Other sports, including basketball and hockey, can be played on asphalt.
  • Least amount of maintenance required.
  • Ability to tailor the speed of the tennis ball.
  • Available for year-round play.

Disadvantages:

  • Possibility of major repairs within 10-15 years of use.
  • Resurfacing recommended every 4-5 years.
  • Slight impact on player’s body.

Concrete Tennis Court

Concrete tennis courts are ideal for multiple sports, including basketball.

Advantages:

  • Minimum maintenance required.
  • Can be used for multiple sports.
  • Easy installation for areas with difficult accessibility.
  • Ability to tailor the speed of the tennis ball.

Disadvantages:

  • Greater cost.
  • Possibility of major repairs within 10 years of use.
  • Resurfacing recommended every 3 years.
  • Hard impact on player’s body.

Cushioned Tennis Court

Cushioned tennis courts are our top-choice surface due to its impact relief on player’s joints and low maintenance needs.

Advantages:

  • Extremely minimum maintenance required.
  • Can be used for multiple sports.
  • Cushioning provides impact relief for players’ joints.
  • Ideal for year-round use and power players.

Disadvantages:

  • Greater cost.
  • Resurfacing required every 4-5 years.

 

Har-Tru Clay Tennis Court

Har-Tru clay tennis courts are unique surfaces that require special maintenance, but also offer more benefits. Advantages:

  • Lower natural temperature–keeping players cool.
  • Allows sliding, which reduces player injury.
  • Allows for more control over the ball.
  • Long-lasting with required maintenance.

Disadvantages:

  • Extensive daily maintenance required.
  • Requires watering.
  • Not available for year-round use.
  • Resurfacing recommended every 3 years.
  • High maintenance costs.

Hydro Tennis Court

Hydro tennis courts are similar to Har-Tru courts in their many benefits and maintenance needs.

Advantages:

  • 85% softer than harder surfaces.
  • Lower natural temperature.
  • Allows for more control over ball.
  • Surface dries quickly.
  • Long-lasting with required maintenance.

Disadvantages:

  • Greater cost.
  • Daily maintenance required.
  • Not available for year-round use.
  • Resurfacing required every 3 years.

 

 

Synthetic Clay Tennis Court

Synthetic Clay tennis courts offer the best of both worlds–the benefits of the Har-Tru court without the disadvantages.

Advantages:

  • Provides impact relief for players’ joints.
  • Does NOT require watering.
  • Dries faster than clay courts.
  • Minimum maintenance required.

Disadvantages:

  • Replacement recommended within 10-15 years of use.

 

 

Contact us today for your free court evaluation and to find out more about which surface is right for you! 1-888-423-1120

Here is a list of some of our local Branch Offices:

954-828-0116 Broward County

239-349-3722 Lee and Colier County

813-445-7290 Hillsborough and Pasco County

772-621-2899 Indian River County, Martin, St. Lucie

786-800-2511 Dade County, Monroe County (The Keys)

407-477-5508: Orange, Seminole and Volusia (Orlando

561-964-2001 Palm Beach County

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