Our outdoor tennis court surfaces are typically a tufted or needle punch surface – these are simply two different manufacturing techniques. The main difference is that tufted surfaces have a higher ‘pile’, much like a carpet.
Outdoor tennis court surfaces typically include a clay or sand infill to help imitate the effects of a real grass or clay court. Our indoor courts are all a needle punch surface, with no infill.
Our tennis court surfaces:
We offer a range of different surfaces to suit the requirements of the club, the standard of tennis and your budget and maintenance requirements. For outdoor courts there are 5 surface options covering each of the ITF’s pace ratings; from 1 (slow) to 5 (fast). We can help you find the right artificial surface for your tennis club’s needs.
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Maintenance of your tennis court surface:
We understand that tennis clubs often have very limited voluntary support, which is why our tennis surfaces are designed to require a minimal amount of maintenance and are ready to use within as little as 30 minutes after rainfall.
Artificial courts are very simple to maintain, but it is important that you keep up with your maintenance on them to ensure that playing quality remains high.
Benefits of our tennis court surfaces:
We manufacture our surfaces in the UK and they are installed right across the country. Many have even been installed in other parts of the world.
Here are some more reasons why you should consider working with us on your tennis court surface:
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Playrite manufactures needle punch, tufted and woven surfaces, all from our home in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside. Playrite is uniquely positioned to offer totally impartial advice on the type of surface to suit your needs.