Tennis Court Repair and Resurfacing at Clifton Middle School

 

Resurfacing

 

1.     Cracks up to inch wide will be cleaned with a wire brush and allowed to dry, then completely filled with acrylic crack filler using a steel blade. Excess crack filler will be removed to leave the filled crack smooth and even with the surrounding surface. The repair material will be Plexipave Acrylic Crack Filler or approved equal applied according to manufacturer specifications.

 

2.     Cracks greater than inch wide will be cleaned with a wire brush to a minimum depth of one inch and allowed to dry, then completely filled with court patch using a steel blade. Excess court patch will be removed to leave the filled crack smooth and even with the surrounding surface. The repair material will be a combination of clean graded sand, Portland cement and Plexipave Court Patch Binder or approved equal, mixed and applied according to manufacturer specifications.

 

3.     Following crack repair described in 1 and 2 above, remove nets and clean all surfaces to remove dirt, leaves, sand and debris.

 

4.     Apply two coats of collegiate/professional grade acrylic color with a squeegee in color(s) selected by the Owner to create a medium slow playing surface. Allow the first coat to dry thoroughly and remove all bumps and ridges before applying the second coat. The color material will be Fortified Plexipave or approved equal applied according to manufacturer specifications.

 

5.     Layout, tape and paint playing lines by hand with a brush. Line paint will be Plexipave Textured White Acrylic Line Paint or approved equal applied according to manufacturer specifications.