Synthetic hard courts are cushioned crack-free playing surfaces that perform similar to traditional hard courts. Overlay systems are an excellent solution for long-term crack prevention, but they can also be installed on new construction applications. Due to new technology and improvements to system engineering, the “dead spot” problem older systems are known for is no longer an issue due to the flexibility and density of the membrane. There is even an option to install an overlay system over a stone base (no existing court needed). Acrylic coating systems are applied in the selected color choice giving it the look of an all-weather hard court. Maintenance typically includes periodic surface cleaning and the surface should be re-coated every 5-7 years. Some customers elected to have the surface color coated every 3 years to keep it fresh and new.

CLAYTECH® (Synthetic Har Tru) & PROCLAY® (Synthetic Clay Court)
Synthetic clay courts have become an increasingly popular overlay option as the system offers many of the benefits of a clay court or Har-Tru court without the extensive maintenance. It has many of the same characteristics of clay such as a softer surface, slower pace and the ability to slide into shots. However, it only requires occasional sweeping and minimal watering unlike traditional clay courts, which require daily care. It is resistant to sun damage and weather and comes in a traditional red clay court color or green Har-Tru. These systems perform particularly well indoors avoiding the typically pitfalls indoor clay courts cause.

There are many different types of synthetic grass , but it remains a popular surface option due to its aesthetic appeal, comfortable play and excellent durability. It features a soft surface, consistent ball bounce and requires little maintenance. Constructed of environmentally friendly materials, this surface can be installed in combination with sand or infill which not only provides a more comfortable playing surface but also excellent coverage of the existing court's structural defects.