Hard Court (Asphalt or Concrete) Maintenance Guide

Daily Maintenance

•  None

As Needed Maintenance


A hard tennis court should be swept clean of any dirt of debris on a weekly basis. Leafs, twigs and plant material left on the court may stain the court and can also result in a tripping or slipping hazard

Pressure Cleaning

A hard tennis court should be pressure cleaned every 1-2 years to remove built up mildew, dirt etc.

Long-Term Maintenance and Upkeep


Hard tennis courts should be resurfaced every 4-5 years.

Resurfacing consists of the following elements, in order.

•  Crack repair

    •  Excessive cracking may require the use of a fiberglass membrane

•  Patching of low areas (bird baths) that hold more that 1/16" of water one hour after flooding

•  1-2 coats of acrylic resurfacer

•  2 coats of acrylic court paint

•  New line paint


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