If you’ve been shopping for tennis shoes lately, then you know – there are tons of options out there. Often you see players wearing running shoes to play tennis instead of actual tennis shoes. If you’re one of those players Continue reading Is it important to wear court shoes while playing tennis?
Junior tennis refers to tennis games where the participants are aged 18 and under. Eligibility to compete is not based on age, but year of birth: as a result, some players must move out of juniors soon after their 18th birthday, while others Continue reading Junior Tennis
There are so many games that children play on the school playground or at the Neighborhood park, many of which have been played for generations and some that are new for this generation of youngsters. Kids love playing, whether it’s at recess, Continue reading Importance of Playground & Schoolyard Games
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What are the dimensions of a tennis court? The playing area of a tennis court measures 60’ x 120’ which is the sanctioned size of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and the American Sports Builders Association (ASBA). The total site size required for Continue reading General Tennis Court Frequently Asked Questions
Why 10 and Under Tennis? Under Ten tennis was developed so kids could enjoy the game of tennis. This is similar in the games of basketball with adjustable backboards. In both instances the game can actually be played by Continue reading Why Under 10 Tennis
We are constantly asked about how to clean the tennis court. Keeping your tennis court playable is not really a hard task. There are some simple things you can do to keep your court well maintained and doing so will Continue reading Cleaning your Tennis Court
If you have noticed ugly brown sports or streaks on your parking lot or within your parking lines, you are not alone. This unsightly occurrence is happening more and more. It is not only found on asphalt parking lots, but Continue reading Do you have ugly brown spots or streaks on your parking lot or line striping?
In New England white stains, dots or lines are often noticed on freshly sealed parking lots. These stains were probably there before the sealcoating was done but did not stand out on the oxidized pavement (Oxidized pavement is gray in Continue reading White Stains in Parking Lots
Since we live in New England, the weather is most certainly unpredictable. We have lucked out thus far with the amount of snow we have received. Hopefully it will hold off and warm up for a nice early spring. We Continue reading Now is the time to fix your cracked asphalt, sinking catch basin or manhole cover!
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When it comes to playing tennis most people forget the basics. This is a very simple explanation of the court to get started. This will also help you learn the language of tennis. In total the playing area of a Continue reading Back to the basics: Tennis slang
Curbing in your parking lot can play many rolls. Curbing can be used to establish the edge of the pavement so that vehicles stay on the asphalt. It is also used to direct water flow toward catch basins (storm drains). Continue reading Asphalt Berm and Curbing
Pavement Repair Using Hot Applied Mastic Patch (HAMP) – An Alternative to Traditional Crack Sealants and Cut & Patch with Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA). Does your parking lot look like this? Does your budget look like this? How can Continue reading Mastic Patching
Catch basins are usually an out of sight, out of mind portion of the parking lot until sinkholes develop in your asphalt causing major problems and liability hazards. Catch Basins are an important part to your parking lot structure. Catch Continue reading Catch Basin Repairs
WATER is the most destructive element to our pavements. If it rained and snowed everywhere but on our roads, bridges and parking lots, 90 percent of highway, street and parking lot work would be eliminated. Since that is not likely Continue reading Cracks in your pavement?
Asphalt patching becomes necessary when the surface of your asphalt parking lot or roadway becomes distressed to the point where severe alligators or potholes start to form. Most of the time this is caused by lack of a pavement preservation Continue reading Types of asphalt patching
All weather asphalt sport surfaces that are colorcoated require very little maintenance. There are just a few basic tips that will help extend the life of your colorcoated surfaces. Watch for the appearance of mold or mildew on your court. Continue reading All weather sport court
The summer is over. Daylight savings is over and the daylight hours are getting shorter. What this means is the dreaded winter is right around the corner. During the winter months the water and frost thaw cycle can do some Continue reading Summer is over
Invasive tree roots are a common problem for homeowners and in commercial settings. They sneak into septic lines, under sidewalks, and can ruin asphalt courts (i.e. Tennis and Basketball Courts) by causing trip hazards. Tree roots can reach up to Continue reading Root Invasion