Tennis Court Surfacing and Construction across Surrey
Sovereign Sports holds many years of experience in carrying out tennis court construction in Surrey, along with a range of other sport surface services. Having operated in the South East since the 1970s, we are a family-run business with true expertise and in-depth knowledge of all-weather sports surface construction to SAPCA and LTA standards. We understand the geography of Surrey, meaning we are confident carrying out everything from groundworks to tennis court resurfacing and more.
We have developed a reputation for our professionalism and the superb quality of our surfaces. We can offer honest and impartial advice on the best court for your requirements as well as providing free quotations for any work you are interested in having carried out. If you would like to learn more, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.
Our Range of Services
As a sports surface specialist, we offer a full range of services to suit your needs. We take on building and construction jobs everywhere from schools and colleges to sports clubs and local councils, and we are also happy to work on courts and surfaces in private homes. We provide a wide variety of surfaces from the popular porous macadam and MUGA surfaces to artificial clay and grass courts for bespoke tennis courts.
As well as new constructions, we also work on surfacing, resurfacing and surface maintenance, so no matter what kind of job you have in mind, we have the expertise to take it on. We also provide a selection of additional services including fencing and floodlighting for your court.
Our Experienced Team
Sovereign Sports is a family-run businesses consisting of a team of sports surface experts. We hold more than 35 years of experience in the industry and regularly take on projects across Surrey and beyond. Whether you are a sports club in Guilford, a school in Woking or a private residence in Reigate, we would be delighted to begin working with you to install a brand new sports surface.
Case Study: MUGA/Tennis Court Installation in Oxted, Surrey
We worked on a project in Oxted, Surrey in which we installed a brand new MUGA and tennis court. The surface was open textured porous macadam, colour sprayed in two-tone green. The court was completed with markings for tennis, netball and hockey. We surrounded the court with a sports rebound fencing system which included recessed goals to allow for the maximum useable space on the surface.
Whether you are interested in having a new tennis court constructed or you just need more information on the range of services that we provide, we would be happy to hear from you. Please get in contact with our team today by calling 01634 684 235 where you can speak to an experienced member of staff. Alternatively, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you promptly.
Our company provides two systems as standard, tubular or angle iron powder coated in either green or black, installed around the perimeter of the court to a height of a 2.75m (9ft). There is a vast array of fencing systems on the market today, so if you have something in mind please don’t hesitate to contact us.more
All surfaces need regular maintenance to retain good condition, whether it is porous macadam, synthetic clay, synthetic grass. Every surface should be swept clean and all leaves, pine needles, detritus and rubbish should be removed on a weekly basismore
Sovereign Sports are able to offer 2 types of lighting system, Static or Retractable. Our retractable system is aimed more at the private client, being less obtrusive than the full size static option. The static system we offer complies with SAPCA and LTA recommendations and is the preferred choice for clubs and schools.more
Along with our main concern, being the construction of tennis courts and sports surfaces. We also carry out a wide range of associated works and optional extras which include double edge perimeters, personalised fencing posts, practice walls, retaining walls, paths, patio areas, steps and landscaping to the surround of the court.more