As professional tennis court consultants we can help you through the design, planning and construction of a new tennis facility at your home, school or club.
With help from our expert team, you can create a bespoke tennis court design to suit your playing requirements and the budget you have to spend.
We will talk you through all of the different options available for the new tennis court, including surface types, additional features and coloured designs that you can choose from.
We know that having a new sport facility built can be stressful, and it’s often difficult to know where to start with each aspect of work. Our tennis court consultancy services in Angus DD8 3 offer assistance in each part of our construction process beginning with assessing conditions on site. It’s important to carry out land surveys and feasibility checks of the proposed area to ensure that the ground you want to use is suitable for the project to take place on. Tests of soil conditions will be done to assess the stability and to make sure there won’t be any issues with safety or drainage on the new court. If you're interested in installing other facilities like a multi use games area or synthetic football pitch in Angus we would be happy to advise you on this type of project as well. To learn more about football pitch consultancy, please click here http://sportconsultants.co.uk/football/angus/ Our team will be more than happy to offer you additional information regarding any of the services we provide.
There are a number of different surface types to choose from when installing a sports facility so it’s important to look at all your options before you decide. You can select a specification which is either macadam, polymeric rubber, artificial grass or clay. Each of these has different performance qualities and some may be used with a number of sports if you wanted to create a multi use games area. All the different surface specifications are approved by the LTA so you may be confident with the playing qualities and safety when using the court.
Once you’ve chosen a surface type and the designs for your new facility have been finalised, tennis court consultants will help you with applying for planning permission if it’s needed for your project. When the plans have been successfully agreed, the next stage will be finding the right construction company to build your facility to the right specifications and dimensions. We’ll do this by preparing what’s called a tender document and then sending this out to various contractors. Details included on tender documents and architects’ drawings of your area, designs for the proposed area and an accurate area size. Each of your chosen contractors will send back their most competitive quote for the work and we’ll choose the one with the best value price.
The construction work can then begin on your brand new facility, and our consultants shall be there to guide you through every step of the process by carrying out regular visits to site and meetings with the contractor. This will help us to make sure that you are happy with how the work is being done, and that the construction meets all relevant safety standards for sports facilities. It’s necessary to assess any new sport surfaces for safety and performance, so our tennis courts consultancy services include carrying out tests to check qualities like drainage, ball bounce and slip resistance on the surface. We will ensure that your new facility is built to LTA and SAPCA standards so you can be confident that the surface will perform to the highest standards. A lot of clients often choose to have a multi use sports facility built in Angus DD8 3 and surrounding areas, by adding extra line markings onto the area. Find out more about MUGA surfaces here http://sportconsultants.co.uk/multi-use/angus/ This may be done as part of overall construction process if you choose.
We have a number of tennis facility contractors across the United Kingdom who have years of experience in the sports surfacing industry. We are able to offer advice regarding the best surfacing types to choose to install your sports area and can give details regarding the costs and specifications of different constructions we may carry out. Our consultants can help you create the perfect sports facility whilst remaining within your spending budget. Find out more about our consultants by visiting this page http://sportconsultants.co.uk/angus/ If you wish to speak to one of our advisors about the services our professional contractors can complete, please fill in the contact box provided on this page and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
If you're interested on how to build a tennis court in Angus or surrounding areas, we would recommend following these steps which our specialists carry out:
If you're planning to install a polymeric or synthetic turf surface, the installation process will differ slightly. These surfaces generally require a macadam sub base prior to installing the surface. Polymeric courts will often have polyurethane binder installed between the rubber polymeric surface and the macadam sub base in order to increase the longevity of your court, since the PU binders as a type of glue.
If you’d like to install a new sports court at your school or club near me, but you’re unsure of where to start, please get in touch with us via our contact form and we’ll help you through the entire process. We have worked on many sports development and strategic plans in the educational sector and our tennis court consultants in Angus DD8 3 would be happy to offer further information and advice on all of our services.