Our synthetic court maintenance services are perfect for all types of tennis courts, including 3G surfaces (MUGAs). Our expertise includes synthetic grass tennis court cleaning, moss treatments for tennis courts and all types of tennis court cleaning services.
We also offer a full range of pitch installation services and full groundwork including lighting and fencing. As we are not restricted to one provider of artificial grass or clays, we are able to source the highest quality to suit your budget or requirements.
Astrocare are based in Nether Whitacre, near Coleshill, Birmingham, and you can read our testimonials section to find out why our customers rely on our efficient and cost-effective tennis court maintenance services. With our expertise, you can extend the life of your tennis court and improve the playing experience.
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The AstroCare tennis court maintenance packages start at just £500 per court or playing surface, per year. Correct maintenance of your hard and synthetic surface tennis court can help it last up to 50 per cent longer, according to the frequency and intensity of use and circumstances. It will ensure that your court is safe and in top condition for play.
At Astro Care, we are experts in the maintenance, installation and repair of all types of sports pitches, including 3G surfaces and tennis courts surfaces.
Our maintenance plan can include visits that take place on a yearly, twice yearly, monthly or weekly basis. You can also arrange a one-off service, including one or more of the following features for artificial court maintenance:
We pride ourselves on our expertise with all types of sports surfaces and offer a quality, reliable service for excellent value.
As well as providing maintenance work, we install artificial pitches, courts and sports lawns. Carry out ancillary works including sports fencing, pitch floodlighting, and peripheral landscaping. Find out more here https://www.astrocare.co/playing-surfaces/
Tennis courts have different characteristics that affect the way that the game is played and how they need to be maintained. Red, green and blue clay courts are made of crushed stone, shale or brick, which all slow down the ball more than hard, grass or carpet (artificial turf) courts. Clay courts are cheaper to install but more costly to maintain; they require regular rolling and good drainage. They are most prevalent in Europe, where they are used, for instance, in the French Open, and South America. Clay courts favour novice and baseline players.
Grass courts provide the fastest game, due to the low bounce, which means that players must get to the ball as quickly as possible. They are now rare, because of the costs involved in maintaining them with grass cutting and care. They also take the longest to dry out after the rain, and can quickly become patchy or uneven. However, grass courts are among the kindest to the human body, due to their excellent shock absorption. These courts suit serve-and-volley players and have been used at Wimbledon since 1877.
Hard courts are usually made from asphalt or concrete, which is sometimes covered with a painted acrylic layer. These courts generally provide for faster play than clay courts but provide slower play than grass surfaces. Hard courts have been used for the US Open since 1978 and tend to equalise the court in terms of athletic ability. They can be found all over the world.
Finally, carpet and Synthetic tennis courts include artificial turf courts, which are sometimes treated with a sand or rubber infill. These courts generally provide for a higher bounce rate than traditional grass, have a more uniform and predictable surface than traditional grass, and so are better suited for novice and younger players. Artificial grass courts recover more quickly from wet conditions and are kinder to the body than hard court surfaces.