When you are managing your tennis courts you want a unique look or design that separates you from the rest. There are so many courts out there and the last thing you want is for people to think that your courts are at the same level as the third-rate, generic courts that are unfortunately abundant in the sports and recreational facilities. A court with a soft surface, something like a clay surface, needs extra care in order to remain aesthetically pleasing and also be fully functional and safe.
A clay surface has its advantage over the typical asphalt or concrete hard surfaces. They allow for a different level of tennis where more control is required on the player's part. The clay surface absorbs more impact than the hard surfaces which means there is less impact on the player's body which can seriously reduce many types of discomfort and injuries.
But even with such aesthetic and functional advantages many people give up on the clay surface due to the difficulty of getting the necessary materials and maintaining them. This is where the Har-Tru
surface comes in. Made from a substance that is only quarried in Virginia, USA, in the North American region, Har-Tru materials offer court owners an easy solution to getting that soft clay surface.
Har-Tru comes with its unique set of equipment that court owners can use for easy application and maintenance. Soft surfaces should be maintained daily to remain in excellent playing condition. They have to be watered so that the dryness does not crack the surface and materials need to be constantly applied and pressed in order to get rid of any damages or wears. But it is truly a worth while investment if you consider all the benefits.
also comes with reliability backed by their more than 30 years experience in the field of tennis related equipment. Aside from Har-Tru surfacing material and soft court maintenace equipment you can find virtually anything related to tennis courts that you'll ever need including nets, posts, windscreens, lighting, domes/bubbles and "Do-It-Yourself resurfacing materials with a unique interchangeable color chart
for tennis and basketball courts and "repair & resurfacing guidelines" for asphalt & concrete courts. Please visit their website today at www.tennisuniversal.com and take a look at their online catalogue. You'll be impressed by the large selection of products you can purchase from a single "one-stop-shopping" online tennis equipment store.