Artificial Clay Tennis Court Cleaning Maintenance services are provided to help keep the clay court surface in a good and safe playing condition.
Artificial Clay Tennis Court cleaning and maintenance for surfaces such as Advantage RedCourt, Smashcourt, Euroclay, Classic Clay and others require a certain amount of maintenance to ensure they perform to their optimum and so they do not become unnecessarily damaged.
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This is a recommended minimum yearly clean which is recommended in addition to Daily members cleaning (Part One) and Monthly Grounds person cleaning (Part Two) regime being maintained.
Process include chemical treatments, infill decompaction, stabilization fibre lifting, contamination extraction, and infill redistribution as well as a topping up service. An extensive range of maintenance equipment for on site teams and players is available together with an advisory and on site maintenance training service.
SSP carries out regular maintenance works on this type of surface with clubs such as The Hurlingham Club, The Park Langley Club, Angmering LTC, Sevenoaks LTC, The Lensbury Club, Bromley LTC, Sundridge Park LTC, Old College LTC, Wigmore LTC, The Cumberland LTC, Wentworth Tennis and Health Club, Halton LTC and Blackheath LTC benefiting from the services offered.
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It is very important to keep the amount of fill on the surface to the correct levels. After all play the surface should be dragged by the players to move any migrated fill back to its original position and the lines brushed. Fill will migrate to the edges over time and an annual or bi-annual service will move this migrated fill back to the playing area. This will not only ensure the surface is performing to its intended characteristics but save on expensive infill top up material.
No surface is maintenance free and artificial clay is no exception. If anything this type of surface requires more maintenance than artificial grass especially with daily maintenance after use by players. A common rule is play for 55 minutes drag brush and tidy for 5 minutes. This will not only serve the court surface well but be a courtesy to other users.