If you are thinking about installing a tennis court in your yard but don't have much time for maintenance, you may want to consider a synthetic grass court. These courts can save you time and money in a number of ways.
Wondering how? Here's a look at just some of the time-saving advantages of synthetic grass tennis courts.
1. You Don't Have to Maintain the Grass
With real grass tennis courts, you have to water, plant new grass seeds, apply fertiliser and clip the grass as needed. That can be time-consuming, and if you want the court to be perfect, it can take a lot longer than the other parts of your yard.
With a synthetic court, the grass is always green, full and the perfect length. You can save all that time on grass maintenance.
2. You Don't Have to Wait for Grass to Repair Itself
When you play on a real grass court, the grass will eventually get damaged, no matter how well you take care of it. Then, you have to plant again and wait for the grass to regrow. That puts your tennis court out of commission for weeks or even months. Synthetic grass courts, in contrast, are always ready to use.
3. You Don't Have to Paint the Grass
Typically, the lines on a real grass court are painted on, and eventually, the paint flakes off. Then, you have to spend time painting the grass. Synthetic grass tennis courts can come with the lines already printed on them. You never have to worry about touching them up.
4. You Don't Want to Fill Cracks
If you opt for a clay or concrete tennis court, you may end up with cracks. Repairing them isn't too difficult, but it does take time. Even if you hire someone to do it, you have to spend time researching and finding that professional. Then, you have to call them and set it up.
5. You Don't Have to Wait for the Court to Dry
With both real grass and clay courts, water on the court can be a huge danger, and if you want to play, you have to wait for the water to dry. Typically, with synthetic grass tennis courts, it doesn't take that long for the water to evaporate. To speed up the process, you simply need to make sure that the court is on a high part of your property and that it has gravel underneath it for optimal drainage.Share