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We Have The Right Court For You

We Have The Right Court For You

We Have The Right Court For You

– Commonly Asked Questions –

How much does it cost to resurface a court?

A: $5,000 – $60,000 depending on surface selection, hard or cushion court and condition of substrate.

How much does it cost to build a court?

A: $30,000 – $100,000+

How long does it take to resurface a court?

A: Normally resurfacing a court takes around 1 week. The surfacing timeframe can be changed by weather or surface conditions outside of the norm.

How long does it take to build a court?

A: New construction times vary but should be anywhere from 30-60 days.

How long do coatings last?

A: Standard tennis court coatings last anywhere from 3-5 years. Laykold Masters premium line of coatings last for 8-12 years.

What is the warranty on a surface?

A: Warranty for a standard court surface is 1 year. Warranty for a Laykold Masters premium court surface is 5 full years.

Can you supply accessories?

A: Yes, we can supply a full line of Tennis and Basketball accessories.

Can we have multiple colors on our court?

A: Yes, you can have as many colors as you would like on your court.

Can we have a custom court color?

A: Yes, we can custom match any color you would like as long as you have a Pantone or RAL color code.

Can we have logo’s on our court?

A: Yes, we can install temporary or permanent logo’s on your court surface.

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An authorized dealer for Haro Sports Wood Flooring,  a superior hard court product  approved for first-level competition used at Olympic Games and World Cups!

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