SportMaster Sport Surfaces manufactures many different tennis court crack repair products to fill and seal cracks on pavement and sport surfaces. No crack repair products are permanent, but SportMaster produces some of the best crack filling products available. Ready to Use | Tennis Court Crack Filler
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The tennis court crack repair is designed for filling cracks on asphalt or concrete surfaces, such as tennis courts, basketball courts, playgrounds or other athletic court surfaces. It is an acrylic latex fortified with mineral fillers, fibers and silica sand.
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Color Crack Repair is a 100% acrylic trowel grade crack filler for filling cracks up to 1” wide on tennis, pickleball and other sports surfaces. It is a flexible and tinted, sand-filled acrylic latex patching compound to repair cracks on surfaces that don’t need a resurfacing.
All weather tennis courts require routine resurfacing every four to six years depending upon the amount of play and environmental conditions such as the amount of leaf fall on the court, shade, etc. In addition to performing routine resurfacing, some “interim tennis court repairs” such as pressure cleaning and crack repairs should be anticipated between resurfacing cycles.
Tennis court resurfacing is actually a two-phase process that involves aggressive repair of the existing court structure ( called the “repair phase”) followed by the application of an acrylic coating system (called the “surfacing phase”).
How do you repair a tennis court surface? Contractors repair the tennis court surface before resurfacing it. They remove debris from the court with a pressure washer. Then, once the surface is dry, they fill the cracks with a special filler and seal it. Any drainage issues are fixed. The court is leveled and smoothed out.
How Long Does Tennis Court Resurfacing Take? It normally takes between 3 to 6 days to resurface a tennis court. If the court requires major repairs due to severe cracks, drainage problems, or an improper slope, repair and resurfacing can take a week or more. Tennis Court Resurfacing Cost. Are you wondering how much it costs to resurface a tennis court?
CrackMagic is a good solution for concrete expansion joints on tennis, basketball, and game courts. The product is packaged on one-gallon buckets and is available in green, red, and neutral. CrackMagic is especially good on cracks that exhibit movement, due to the strong and flexible nature of the acrylic resin and formuation.