Martyn Riley Courtworx MD

Resurfacing of old tennis courts

After around 10 to 12 years, your court will become less porous and might need resurfacing - this is where Courtworx comes in. This entails punching holes into the existing surface and filling with shingle to allow your new surface to drain through the old. Depending on the condition of your court, a new brick edging may be required, although usually, a new surface can be overlaid straight on top of the existing one.

All of the above is subject to a site survey.

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