Tennis court construction & covering systems
We’ve been providing tennis court construction and bespoke covering systems across the UK in LTA approved dimensions for over 27 years.
If you’re looking to build a tennis court or enhance your existing facilities, we can provide you with the covering technology you need, designed to your exact specifications. We can also act as principal tennis court contractors preparing the groundwork, fitting out pavilions, surfacing courts and installing lights and nets.
We offer fixed domes to create indoor tennis courts and telescopic domes that deliver a more flexible playing environment.
We can provide high quality tennis court covers for your facilities, enabling your players to continue on playing whatever the weather.
Our telescopic domes are a great solution for outdoor tennis courts, providing flexible coverage whenever it’s required. Sections can be pulled back electronically in less than a minute.
Designed to last
All our tennis court structures are designed in accordance with British Standards Building Regulations for snow and wind loadings and made from high-tensile steel, which is hot dip galvanised for corrosion protection.
Covers are made from heavy-duty, flame-retardant, PVC-coated polyester fabric with sliding side curtains as standard. Curtains can also be fitted at the gable ends, offering better protection against the wind. Second membrane skins can also be added for extra insulation.
All our structures conform to the relevant building codes and we are SAPCA approved.
Our structures are designed to meet your specific requirements and can span single or multilple courts. You can also choose telescopic covers and retractable sidewall curtains to allow natural ventilation and give an outdoor feel when playing.
We can also incorporate other key facilities such as changing rooms, classrooms and viewing areas.
There are four main types of tennis courts, each with their own playing surface. Grass courts are the fastest in common use and are used for outdoor tennis court construction.
Clay courts, made from crushed shale, stone or brick, are also used outdoors, although indoor tennis courts can have clay surfaces if underground watering systems are present.
Acrylic and synthetic hard courts are suitable for both outdoor tennis facilities and are the most common surface used for indoor courts.
Another option is the carpet court, which is a removable covering used in indoor arenas.
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