Hard Court (Asphalt or Concrete) Maintenance Guide
Guide to Hard Court Maintenance
Whether you have an asphalt or concrete tennis court, this guide can help to keep your hard court in the best condition.
Unlike clay courts, one of the great benefits of having a hard court is that daily maintenance is not required.
As Needed Maintenance
A hard tennis court should be swept clean of any dirt or debris on a weekly basis. Leafs, twigs and plant material left on the court may stain the court and can also result in a tripping or slipping hazard.
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A hard tennis court should be pressure cleaned every 1-2 years to remove built up mildew, dirt etc.
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Long-Term Maintenance and Upkeep
Hard tennis courts should be resurfaced every 4-5 years.
Resurfacing consists of the following elements, in order.
- Crack repair
- Excessive cracking may require the use of a fiberglass membrane
- Patching of low areas (bird baths) that hold more than 1/16" of water one hour after flooding
- 1-2 coats of acrylic resurfacer
- 2 coats of acrylic court paint
- New line paint
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