Tennis Court Paint, Surfacing, Patching Products And Information

Paint and Patch Your Tennis Court Like The Pros With A Little Help From The Pros

Tennis court painting (surfacing) is not rocket science, but it's not FINGER PAINTING either.  Let us ensure your success.  We are on-call 7 days a week to guide you through every step of the process.

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Tennis Court Paint and Repair Resources

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DIY tennis court paint, resurfacing, and patching resources:  Visit our library of instructional articles and videos for the information you need to understand your tennis court painting, resurfacing, and patching project. DIY Tennis Court Paint Resources, Videos and Information

5 Easy Steps To Paint A New Tennis Court Or Resurface An Existing One 

 Step 1 - Planning For Your Tennis Court Paint and/or Resurfacing:  As with all do it yourself projects, the first step in a tennis court resurfacing, or a new tennis court paint project, is planning.  Proper inspection of your court, and recording your findings will help you devise a clear plan of attack.
Learn how to inspect and record your court painting and/or resurfacing needs

 Step 2 - Preparing Exposed Concrete Substrate for Court Paint (Surface Coatings):  Concrete is a fantastic substrate for tennis court paint (acylic sport coatings).  It is stronger than asphalt and virtually ageless if properly built.  It is, however, a bit quirky when it comes to getting tennis court paint to stick to it well. If you follow the steps we lay out, to the letter, you will have no adhesion issues.  Skip or cut corners on any one of them and you will have a nightmare on your hands.

Instructions for the proper preparation of concrete for court surfacing - Our complete guide to preparing your concrete surface for tennis court paint.

View EnviroBond Concrete Adhesion Promoter - This is the product and its specifications for EnviroBond. You must apply this to exposed concrete before applying tennis court paint.

Step 3 - Patching Tennis Court:  Before painting a tennis court, patching low areas holding water for more than an hour and repairing any cracks are important preparatory steps.  Low areas holding water, will eventually develop mold which can create a slip hazard to players and eventually degrade the court surface coating. Cracks, left unaddressed allow debree, vegetation and water intrusion, causing them to widen each year. Our inspection instructions linked above will help you determine what materials will be needed for patching.  Our links below will show you how to repair them.

How to patch low areas - Our step by step guide to patch low areas and other imperfections on your court.

Instructional Patching Video - Watch Do it yourselfers and pros patch their courts while you learn.

Patching products - Visit our page of crack fillers, levelers and permanent crack repair products.

How to fill cracks - Our complete guide to filling tennis court cracks.

Instructional Crack Filling Video - See how the pros fill tennis court cracks of all sizes and watch do it yourselfers in action.

CrackSpan Permanent Crack Repair System - Learn more about CrackSpan permanent crack repair, the only membrane system available for DIY that actually works.

CrackSpan Instructional Installation Video - Watch the CrackSpan installation and see how easy it is to eliminate your tennis court cracks permanently.

CrackSpan Products - Browse our full line of Crackspan products.

Step 4 - Applying Tennis Court Paint (Surfacing, Coatings):  Applying the court surface coatings, also referred to as tennis court paint, is the icing on the cake, transforming your court from an ugly old eyesore, or a plain concrete or asphalt slab, into a bright colorful sport surface.  The links below to articles and videos will teach you how to perform this very important and rewarding step.

Does Your Court Surface Need Primer Or Filler Coats - This article will help you decide if your tennis court surface needs primer or filler coats.

Should You Roll or Squeegee The Color Paint - This article will help you decide if you should roll or squeege your tennis court surface.

Instructions for applying Tennis Court Paint With A Squeegee - Learn how to apply tennis court paint with a squeegee.

Instructions for applying Tennis Court Paint With A Roller - Learn how to apply tennis court paint with a roller.

 Step 5 - Measuring, Taping And Painting Tennis, Basketball and Pickleball Court Lines:  This final Step is probably the easiest, even though many people expect it to be the hardest.  We will show you, in the links below, a step by step process to easily line your court.

Instructions for Installing Tennis Court Lines - Step by Step instructions showing how to mark, tape and paint tennis court lines.

Step by Step Instructions for Installing Basketball Court Lines - Step by step instructions on how to mark, tape and paint basketball court lines.

 Our Tennis Court Paint and Patching Tip Blog

 

Why The Court Store Is Your Best Choice For Tennis Court Paint, Resurfacing And Repair Products

  

Try to imagine a pallet load of tennis court paint and patching products sitting next to your court, purchased from a company with no support system in place to help when you have questions or issues. Trust us, you WILL have questions and issues, and they will likely arise when you are in the middle of the work. And yes, especially Saturdays and Sundays. Our court surfacing and repair experts are on-call 7 days a week to provide real-time instruction and help you avoid costly, stressful, mistakes.  'Click here for the full list of Court Store benefits waiting for you'

What Our Customers Have to Say About Us

 

Peggy Bucher - Thanks again for leading me through this crazy project. It is amazing what a coat of paint can do. I will be calling you in seven years. 

Tom Garner - Thank you to Mark Montemayor and The Court Store for meeting and exceeding all my expectations with your tennis court prepping and painting products and expertise! I recommend you at the highest level for all who are contemplating a tennis court painting project! 

Read more testimonials and see pictures of many of their completed court surfacing projects!

Please call us if you have any questions.  We are always here to help you determine what you need.  We love to talk tennis courts: (800) 983-1357 or (404) 915-8352