Tennis Court Cleaning

Here at Pavescape we provide professional tennis court cleaning and maintenance packages so that you get maximum performance and life out of your court.

No matter which surface you have keeping you court clean and moss free will prolong the life of your court.

Tennis Court Cleaning

Artificial Grass

Over time drainage can become blocked by the build-up of moss and algae on carpet courts, this can eventually take over the surface of the court. Initially the sand can become compact in the main areas of play and carpet pile will then flatten encouraging standing water and providing a perfect area for moss to build up.

A deep clean, moss treatment and removal of the old, contaminated sand is needed, then a re- sand with dressing sand will bring the court back to life and improve drainage and playing conditions.

Checking the level of sand and regular basic maintenance is important to prevent major problems building up and contamination moving towards the base of the carpet.

Tennis Court Maintenance

Hard Surface

Shade from the trees and bushes around the tennis court can provide a happy home for moss growth. Moss likes dark damp areas and will grow on a tennis court as easily as on grass. Moss is the biggest cause of damage to the court surface if miss managed. If it's left, the moss can create a slippery and unsafe playing area.

Unfortunately, basic power washing can make the problem worse by blocking the porous surface with debris that will chip away at the surface.

Professional attention is needed to kill off the moss. Debris is removed on the surface using professional equipment to deep clean the court, helping to prolong its life.

Tennis Court Cleaning

Here at Pavescape we provide professional tennis court cleaning and maintenance packages so that you get maximum performance and life out of your court.

No matter which surface you have keeping you court clean and moss free will prolong the life of your court.

Tennis Court Cleaning

Artificial Grass

Over time drainage can become blocked by the build-up of moss and algae on carpet courts, this can eventually take over the surface of the court. Initially the sand can become compact in the main areas of play and carpet pile will then flatten encouraging standing water and providing a perfect area for moss to build up.

A deep clean, moss treatment and removal of the old, contaminated sand is needed, then a re- sand with dressing sand will bring the court back to life and improve drainage and playing conditions.

Checking the level of sand and regular basic maintenance is important to prevent major problems building up and contamination moving towards the base of the carpet.

Tennis Court Maintenance

Hard Surface

Shade from the trees and bushes around the tennis court can provide a happy home for moss growth. Moss likes dark damp areas and will grow on a tennis court as easily as on grass. Moss is the biggest cause of damage to the court surface if miss managed. If it's left, the moss can create a slippery and unsafe playing area.

Unfortunately, basic power washing can make the problem worse by blocking the porous surface with debris that will chip away at the surface.

Professional attention is needed to kill off the moss. Debris is removed on the surface using professional equipment to deep clean the court, helping to prolong its life.

Cleaning & Maintenance Packages

Contact us to discuss a suitable maintenance and cleaning plan.