Planning a tennis court as part of a project and not sure what colours would look best? Try out this online Resene Tennis Court colouring programme. It's quick and easy and you can see how the combination of Resene Tennis Court Coating colours will look, without lifting a paintbrush.
Every tennis court owner likes the idea of a durable, tough surface with excellent traction and bounce. Resene Tennis Court Coating is an ace when it comes to resurfacing or building from new.
Resene Tennis Court Coating can be applied over asphalt or concrete and is available in five standard colours – green, dark green, blue, dark blue and terracotta, while special colours can be made to order.
Try out colour options on our tennis court colouring programme with just a few clicks...
After withstanding years of hard play, the system on a properly constructed court can be easily renewed without costly removal, relaying or reconstruction work, bringing brand new life with a choice of new colours to existing courts.
Concrete courts are prepared by acid etching, water blasting and finishing, while repaints follow a simple system of a thorough clean down, rinsing, spot priming if required and top coating.
The complete system is ideal for schools, councils, clubs and resorts that require a durable economical multi-usage facility to play tennis,netball, indoor soccer and other ball sports. As an all seasons surface system the integral colour stays attractive and rich for years.
Resene Tennis Court Coating has an ITF rating of slow, with an average surface pace of 25.6, making it ideal for tennis clubs and courts at resorts, schools and other similar venues.
Courts in a variety of colour options...
Before and After – Resene Tennis Court Coating has been applied
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Colours shown on this website are a representation only. Please refer to the actual paint or product sample. Resene colour charts, testpots and samples are available for ordering online. See measurements/conversions for more details on how electronic colour values are achieved.