Are you bored by the way your old tennis/basketball court looks? Are you not satisfied with the color you initially chose? Or maybe the court is starting to look dull after years of use. Whatever the case you may be hesitant about resurfacing your tennis/basketball court. Rather than hiring someone else to do the job you can resurface your own court and save a significant amount of money while learning how to care for your own court. The process is now easier than ever before.
One of Tennis Universal's primary categories of products is MultiMate Color resurfacing materials. The MultiMate Color with Sand
is a ready to use product where you simply add water. Afterwards you apply the material to the prepared surface and after a few hours you end up with a new and attractive tennis court. This product allows you to skip the process of finding and adding the right type of sand required for tennis surfaces eliminating a large amount of work.
For an even easier solution when doing touch-ups, you can use the MultiMate Ready-Mix Color
which already has the water mixed in. All you have to do is open the pail, stir and apply the material to the prepared surface. You may end up paying a bit more on shipping for this product but the convenience will often balance the cost.
Preparing your pre-existing surface for a new surface is also easy, especially with the help of Tennis Universal's step-by-step guidelines
on resurfacing a tennis court. They explain exactly how the surface should be cleaned using high pressure water and also suggests the various ways in which you can deal with cracks and holes on your court. You also have the option of nine different colors of MultiMate Color and MultiCushion which will provide resilience to any hard court sport surface.
All court owners over the age of forty should consider applying the MultiCushion line of products when you're thinking of resurfacing. This material will provide you with a softer and safer court that is going to be friendly to children and older crowds alike. A typical hard surface is often harsh on a body during heavy activity such as tennis so having a cushioned surface dramatically reduces the amount of fatigue and damage that builds up in the body. After you apply the required number coats of MultiCushion you can finish it off with the MultiMate Color giving you a professional look and comfort at the same time.
You shouldn't be deterred away from your dreams of having a beautiful tennis court because you're not sure if you can do it yourself. Whether it is for individual projects or large facilities, Tennis Universal provides an easy resurfacing solution with step-by-step guidelines. Once you visit their website and take a look at their unique line of products and tutorials you'll be convinced to start the project right away. Also, please feel free to contact Tennis Universal should you have any questions regarding their products or your projects. With more than 30 years experience under their wings Tennis Universal will take care of all your tennis court needs.