Are you looking to build or resurface a tennis court for your school, park, or home? We build and maintain hard-surface tennis courts (concrete or asphalt) and are an authorized SealMaster sports surfaces contractor.

New Tennis Court Construction

Our experienced team specializes in tennis court design, planning, and construction. Throughout the entire project, we will be your point of contact ensuring you always know what’s going on and where the project stands.

Tennis Court Construction Process

1.Site Assessment & Planning

We’ll complete a site visit to evaluate the available space, considering factors such as size, orientation, drainage, and accessibility.

2.Design & Layout

Design and layout factors to consider include the surface material, court dimensions, fencing, lighting, and any other features included in the project, such as seating areas, shade structures, and equipment storage.

3.Foundation Construction

Depending on the court surface material (e.g., asphalt, concrete), the appropriate base layers are installed to ensure stability, proper drainage, and long-term durability.

4.Court Surface Installation

The court surface is installed following industry standards and guidelines to achieve optimal playing characteristics, including consistent ball bounce, grip, and speed.

5.Fencing & Accessories

Pickleball court construction services often include the installation of fencing around the court perimeter for safety and security purposes. Additional accessories can include safety nets, windscreen panels, and other options.

6.Line Marking & Finishing Touch-ups

Lines and markings are taped and then hand painted using acrylic latex paint, depending on the type of surface. We’ll complete a final review of the court and make any necessary touch-ups to ensure a professional and visually appealing appearance.

Tennis Court Resurfacing

Resurfacing a tennis court is necessary to restore its performance and appearance. Over time, court surfaces wear out due to factors like weather, usage, and regular wear and tear. We use SportMaster tennis court surfaces that are formulated to resist fading and withstand a variety of weather conditions from ice and snow to intense heat and ultraviolet rays.

Tennis Court Crack Repair

If your court has cracks, they will only get worse. Repairing cracks now will extend the life of your court and make it safer to play on too.

We are an authorized Armor Crack Repair contractor.

What’s special about the Armor Crack Repair method?

The Armor crack repair product is a specially knitted fabric that expands as a crack widens. Other crack repair methods (eg, fiberglass-based fabrics) do not expand, resulting in tears or delamination as the crack worsens due to temperature-related expansion and contraction.

Court Surface Color Options

SportMaster tennis court coatings are 100% acrylic and produce highly attractive, durable surfaces with player-friendly spin responsive play. Here are the standard court color options. Custom colors are available upon request.

Dark Green

Light Green

Forest Green




Light Blue


Tournament Purple



Ice Blue

Dove Gray



Brite Red


Featured Project

Warwick High School, Lititz PA

Warwick School District has been a great customer over the last 30 years. We recently resurfaced the tennis courts at the high school. We look forward to continuing to work with them in the future.  

Professional Certifications

Authorized SealMaster Sports Surface Installer

Authorized Armor Crack Repair Contractor

Authorized Douglas Sports Equipment Dealer

Member American Sports Builders Association (ASBA)

Service Area for Tennis Court Projects

Our service area is anywhere within a 2 to 2.5-hour drive from our location in Lititz, PA (Lancaster County).

Most of our tennis court projects are in Central PA (as far west as State College/Altoona), Southeastern PA (Chester County, western Delaware County), and parts of Northern Maryland and Delaware.

Request a Free Estimate

Let us know if you have an immediate repair issue or would like an estimate for resurfacing or building a new tennis court.