Matchpoint LI specializes in resurfacing, lining, painting, and repairing your Hard/All-Weather Tennis Court , Picklleball or basketball court on Long Island, making it look new again even after years of hard play. We can patch pop-outs, repair bubbles, fill cracks, and address any other problems in your court’s surface.
Whether your tennis court, pickleball or basketball court needs resurfacing, coatings, paintings, or cosmetic maintenance, our Long Island team has a proven record for completely fulfilling each client’s needs. This is a result of using the most up-to-date court surfacing methods in the industry. We provide fast response and job completion times at reasonable costs, with attention to customer satisfaction. We have extensive knowledge in helping customers resurface, build, or repair their new or existing tennis or basketball court on Long Island. Whether it is new construction, resurfacing orjust installing a basketball hoop or cosmetic we offer a comprehensive suite of services that provide solutions for our client’s most critical needs.
Call Crystal at 631 942-0983 to schedule a free estimate for Pickleball, Tennis, or Basketball court lining, painting, repair, or installation services on Long Island.
To maximize the useful life of your all-weather/hard tennis court, it is vital to follow through with a regular schedule of maintenance. Regular inspections and repair of minor cracks and issues is more cost effective than allowing the court to deteriorate to the point of requiring major repairs. The most important step in maintaining the court surface is to keep it clean by removing debris immediately and by spot cleaning spills as soon as they occur.
Require proper footwear. Black-soled athletic shoes will leave permanent marks and hard-soled street shoes can damage the surface. It is important to restrict roller-skating, skateboarding, bicycles, etc. as they can cause damage that cannot be easily fixed. Taking a simple “common sense” approach to maintaining the court can go a long way to keep your court looking and save money as well.
PRE-SEASON MAINTENANCE: When opening for the new season, clean all debris that has accumulated on the surface. A broom or leaf blower will accomplish this, however more stubborn stains may require power-washing. Always exercise care when using a power washer as using it improperly can damage the surface. Also be careful with gas powered blowers making sure no gas or oil leaks onto the surface. Leaves, twigs, grass, and other debris can stain the court surface. For stains that cannot be removed by water alone, use a cleaning solution of water mixed with bleach. Lightly scrub the area with a soft brush then thoroughly rinse with clean water. If mold or mildew is present, typically in shady areas, a mold removing product may be used.
Occasionally inspect the court surface for small hairline cracks, divots, and any other irregularities. Some wear is normal especially at the baseline, service-line, and net. Inspect the net posts and the crank to make sure they operate properly making sure never to put to much tension on the net.
REGULAR MAINTENANCE: After or a very windy day remove debris and trash immediately to prevent staining. Provide a walk-off mat at the entrance ways to collect dirt from shoes. During the Spring after the surface collects excessive dirt or pollen, hose off the surface with a normal water hose. Regularly trim the grass and landscaping around the perimeter of the court to permit proper drainage from rainwater. Use weed killer that can be bought at your local hardware store to prevent and control weeds that invade the court edges. Remove standing water after a rainfall using a rubber squeegee or foam roller.
WINTERIZING: Take down windscreens. Make sure no leaves remain on the court after the Fall season. Taking down and storing the tennis court net is the best option as your net will last longer and look newer. If unable to take down net, it is recommended at the very least to release the tension to prevents the posts from tipping. In case of snow or ice, do not attempt to remove snow with shovels or “salt” the court as this will damage the surface
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