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Repairing Cracks in a Tennis Court

Cracks on a tennis court are not only an eyesore but they can also be potentially hazardous. Therefore, proper tennis court repair is crucial to ensuring players can use the space safely. Athletic directors and business directors for public high

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Questions to Ask Before You Buy Artificial Turf

The popularity of artificial turf has grown in recent years given its various benefits and sustained attractive appearance. Many athletic and business directors are choosing to upgrade their facilities with this versatile playing surface. Before

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Cutting Corners Can Result In Unsafe Running Tracks and Tennis Courts

One of the main priorities of an athletic director or an athletic facility manager is to ensure the safety of athletes and others. Attempting to outfit your sports facilities by relying on providers with little to no experience can create unsafe

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How Long Will My New Tennis Court Surface Last?

Having a tennis court in your sports facility is always a good choice. They provide a fun and engaging activity for athletes young and old and are great for competitive play, practice, or everyday exercise. However, like most athletic areas,

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Benefits of Upgrading Sports Facilities

There once was a time when your sports facility was shiny and new. However, after years of use, your once modern facility may require an upgrade. While sports field construction often seems like a daunting endeavor, upgrading your space not only

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