How to avoid unnecessary wear on your tennis court

home-testiWell-constructed tennis courts are durable and long-lasting but you can increase their lifespan enormously by avoiding unnecessary wear. There are plenty of ways to do this from enforcing basic rules to cleaning the surface – let’s look at some of the most important ways you can avoid wearing down the surface.

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How to maintain your tennis court

Tennis Court Maintenance

High quality tennis courts are long-lasting and durable, but following basic maintenance practice can help keep them in great condition for much longer. Here are some tips for keeping hard tennis courts in good condition – if you have a different type of surface, you can visit our maintenance section for additional details.

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Synthetic grass or synthetic clay?

Synthetic grass tennis courts

If you’re interested in having a tennis court installed you need to make a decision on the kind of surface you’re going to have. The vast majority of courts in the UK are ‘hard courts’ which are often made from open textured porous macadam, however at Sovereign Sports we offer a full range of possibilities to suit your needs.

For those customers that are looking for something different from the traditional hard court, we can provide both synthetic grass and synthetic clay courts. Read on more details on which might be perfect for you. Alternatively you can get in touch with us today by calling 01634 684 235 and a member of the team will be happy to talk through the range of options with you.

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Home tennis court myths debunked

Tennis Court Construction

There are many myths about home tennis courts, here Sovereign Sports debunks these ideas and reveals the truth behind them.

Myth: It’s hard to get planning permission for a tennis court

It is not always necessary to get planning permission to build a tennis court, so this doesn’t need to be a problem. Generally you only need to get planning permission for the court if being placed there will cause a change of use. For example, if the land is designated to be for agricultural purposes then you will need planning permission to have it built.

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