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
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
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
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
You have decided to build a tennis court, you just have yet to decide what kind. Here are some tips that may help you decide which is best for you. The question is asphalt court or Har-Tru clay tennis court. Continue reading Har-Tru vs asphalt Tennis Courts
Last summer I came across a first on a tennis court. A customer of ours son had been shooting his paint ball guns off in the back yard near his tennis court. A stray paint ball was landing on the Continue reading Tennis Owners beware of paintballers!
The answer is quite basic. The different colors on your court cause the asphalt to expand and contract a different rate. The White color of the lines tends to reflect the suns rays. So the asphalt under the white paint Continue reading Why are the white lines on my tennis or basketball court cracking?
Pickleball is a sport that is growing in popularity. The sport & fitness industry association reports 2.46 million people played in 2015. It is not only becoming popular in the United Sates, but in Canada, Europe and Asia as well. Continue reading Pickleball is the new craze!
A well designed court will not have trees locates too close to it. They present a number of maintenance problems. The most visible are the dropping of leaves, sap, twigs, bark and now and then branches. Sometimes elimination of the Continue reading Moisture on your Asphalt Courts
Wow, you just spent $30,000.00 for your new tennis court. Now, should you spend another $4,500.00 to $5,000.00 to colorcoat the new asphalt or should you just paint the playing lines on it? You bet you should have it colorcoated! Continue reading Benefits of Colorocating
Rust or brown spots on the surface of an asphalt Tennis or Basketball court are becoming unfortunately very common. These cosmetically undesirable spots and streaks on the playing surface usually do not affect play in the beginning; but do detract Continue reading Why do I have rust spots on my tennis court?
Just because there is snow on the ground in MA, NH, RI and ME doesn’t mean there is nothing to do in the sealcoating business in New England. Almost all of the trucks and equipment have been running 7 days Continue reading Keeping our Fleet in tip top shape