19 Apr Does it really matter what materials are used on my court?
A freshly laid court looks fantastic.
But it’s what you can’t see with the naked eye that can mean the difference between a court that will continue to look great year in year out and one that will deteriorate fairly rapidly.
Years of experience has taught us exactly what works and what doesn’t in tennis court materials which is why at Courtmaster we combine the best practices and products to deliver outstanding results, every time.
At the heart of our success are the materials we use. We only use Australian made products and for very good reason.
The Australian sun can be brutal on courts and other sporting facilities. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the summer of 2016-2017 was the hottest on record with Sydney experiencing a record breaking number of days above 40C.
Australian made products work because they are made specifically for our climate – whether it be sweltering sun, drenching rain or winter frost.
Our acrylic hard courts are made using the Mapei range of products. They come in a variety of eye-catching colours. But most importantly they are UV resistant which means the colour will stay brighter for longer.
The surface is made with wear in mind, meaning it will last longer than other acrylic surfaces.
The same applies to our Grassman synthetic grass courts. Another Australian made product, it is build to withstand tough weather conditions that can see a court baking under 40C+ temperatures with drenching rain falling the very same day.
Years of play and harsh climate will take its toll on your court which is why choosing the best quality products makes good financial sense.