Acrylic Hard Court Construction
According to one industry poll, more than 70% of the tennis courts in the United States and 60 % in Europe are hard courts- asphalt or concrete pavements, generally covered with an acrylic colored surface coating system. The coating system protects the court from the elements, enhances its appearance, and determines the playing characteristics of the court. Hard courts are low maintenance, which makes them popular for institutional applications. In addition, hard courts are playable whenever there is no snow or ice on the ground, and they drain and dry quickly after rain, earning them the nickname “all weather” courts.
Hard courts: asphalt and concrete, in general, are low maintenance and do not require daily care. For this reason, they are an ideal choice where an owner does not plan to supervise play, has limited time to care for the court, and/or where players will be keeping courts in use for all or most of the year in colder climates.
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