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Tennis Court Installation Resources

Whether you are resurfacing or repairing an existing tennis court or getting a brand-new court, American Athletic Track and Turf can ensure success with the construction. We build our courts to withstand the elements on the East Coast and in Florida, from rain and snow to heat. We also care about your court passing the eye test and impressing athletes and onlookers at games. Below, we offer resources and information to help you navigate the process.

Whitepapers and Resources

With these informative whitepapers, plus additional information from a host of reliable sources, your tennis court project will start from a strong base of knowledge:

Site Evaluation Guide

Our site evaluation guide teaches you to determine when it is time to upgrade your tennis court facility. It also aids in setting appropriate and reachable goals for the project. Since the high school and collegiate levels maintain different standards, the guide provides the relevant details needed before beginning the project.

Contract Evaluator

Use our contractor comparison checklist to keep every aspect of the project orderly and methodical. This 27-point guide serves as a simple way to check every necessary data point while also informing all parties of the desired expectations.


American Athletic provides tennis court warranties through the maintenance bond. These warranties usually last one to two years and vary based on the installation.


Learn the ABCs of Tennis Court Construction so that the beginning of your project is on solid ground. You’ll understand the necessary qualifications for designers and contractors. In addition, this helpful guide explains what you’ll need to know about construction basics and ongoing maintenance.


Understand the Levels of Tennis Court Remediation to assist with the repair process if your court becomes damaged. From simply cleaning and filling cracks to complete rebuilding, many options are possible with tennis court repair.


The Contractor Qualifications for Tennis Courts document encompasses general contractors and bidders, asphalt paving contractors, and color-coating surfacing contractors to help you correctly identify the best person to hire.


Discover details about the benefits of American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) certified tennis courts, including a testimonial from the COO of a country club with experience using ASBA courts.

Why Hire a Certified Track Builder?

The ASBA Certified Tennis Court Builder Program was designed to improve the practice of tennis court construction. Builders earning ASBA certification must pass a comprehensive exam on field construction and maintenance. Additionally, ASBA builders must perform tasks according to set standards of experience and display a high level of proficiency in tennis court construction.

Builders currently working on a sports construction project or those who recently completed one can apply for ASBA certification. Eligibility criteria for the first certification include:

  • Three years or more of experience in sports construction when applying
  • 100 eligibility points in tasks depending on the specific certification the builder seeks, such as project administration, sub-base and base work, layout, marking and surfacing, and site duties
  • Three references with personal knowledge of the builders’ work experience and eligibility

Candidates do not need to be members of the ASBA to apply for the Certified Builder Program, but members will receive a discount on their certification fee as stated in the financial underwriting of the program.

Tennis Court Surface Product Specifications

For more information on the installation process, review the Nova Sports USA Specifications for Asphalt for Tennis Courts document. This sheet goes over the conditions for acrylic tennis court surface production. We also offer the RiteWay Tennis Court Crack Repair document to help you understand our approach to damaged courts.

Request More Information on Tennis Court Repair and Rebuilds

American Athletic Track and Turf is proud to be an authority on tennis court construction. Whether it’s repairing an existing court or undertaking a full rebuild, we have the information to guide your project. Clients in these service locations can enjoy tennis courts designed with their specific needs in mind:

  • New Jersey
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Southern Massachusetts
  • Eastern Pennsylvania
  • New Hampshire
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont
  • Orlando, Florida, area
  • Maine

Request a Quote From American Athletic Track and Turf

With more than 25 years of experience and numerous industry awards, we have built an impressive reputation in the track and turf field. To get started today, request a quote from American Athletic Track and Turf, or explore the many resources in our Smart Start Toolbox. For more information, contact American Athletic Track and Turf today.

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