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  • 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”). Due to seasonal freezing and thawing, even well-constructed hard courts will develop cracks and low ...
    www.sportbuilders.com/hard-courts/hard-court-resurfacing.php
  • Apply acrylic resurfacer to tennis courts. Mix as per instructions. Varying amounts of clean silica sand added for increased durability and ball speed. Base Coat . After all cracks and low spots are filled we apply a base coat acrylic resurfacer. Though a base coat is not always required. It does help since it contains more silica sand than the ...
    www.tenniscourtrepairs.com/tennis_court_resurfacing.htm
  • A transition coat of acrylic resurfacer is applied over all patches and fiberglass. Resurface. After all patching and leveling is complete, we install an all new playing surface. This consists of one coat of black resurface, leveling course material and fortified acrylic paint. Many colors are available to choose from.
    https://www.lawsoncourts.com/court-resurfacing.html
  • To resurface a tennis court, LM Filler, LM Topcoat and LM Line Primer and White Line Paint are needed. Laykold Masters 5 Complete with a custom, pre-fabricated shockpad for player comfort and finished with Laykold Masters acrylics, assuring consistent ball bounce, reliable footing and reduced player fatigue.
    https://ace-surfaces.com/acrylic-court-surfaces-2
  • A transition coat of acrylic resurfacer is applied over all patches and fiberglass. Resurface . After all patching and leveling is complete, we install an all new playing surface. This consists of one coat of black resurface, leveling course material and fortified acrylic paint. Many colors are available to choose from.
    https://www.lawsoncourts.com/tennis-court-resurfacing.html
  • In the tennis court surfacing industry there is still debate on when and why to use acrylic resurfacer (AR) or asphalt emulsions (AE). In a nutshell, acrylic resurfacer is superior in every way and is newer technology when it comes to sport surfacing systems.
    https://ezinearticles.com/?Tennis-Court-Resurfacers:-Acrylic-Resurfacer-Vs-Asphalt...
  • Application of 1-2 coats of acrylic resurfacer over entire tennis court area to fill voids and create a smooth surface. Application of 2-3 coats of color concentrate (two-tone) to provide color over court surface.
    https://courtworksnj.com/tennis-court-resurfacing
  • Resurfacing And Color Coating. The Surface Masters initially apply a 100% acrylic resurfacer which is used to smooth and level the original surface as well as hide small imperfections. Following the necessary surface preparation, our specialists can then install a wide range of colored sports surface coatings.
    https://thesurfacemasters.com/our-services/tennis-court-athletic-surfaces
  • Jim Nichols Tennis courts needs to be resurfaced every three to five years. SCOPE OF PROJECT FOR RESURFACING: 1. Power Wash Courts to make sure courts are clear of debris and prepare for coatings. 2. Scrape and bleach some areas and coat with novabond. 3. Repair cracks using Tru-Patch Mix with acrylic binder or nova caulk. materials made to use ...
    https://www.daytonohio.gov/DocumentCenter/View/4474
  • Tennis Court Resurfacing ITB pg. 1 of 12 Invitation to Bid Tennis Court Resurfacing and Repair ... All acrylic materials must be the products of a single manufacturer. Only collegiate/professional-grade acrylic color coatings with an ITF speed rating will be accepted. Acrylic color mixed with locally-purchased sand is not acceptable.
    https://abingdon-va.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ITB-Tennis-Court-Resurfacing.pdf