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Contact Fast Times Tennis today for your free consultation; let’s get your sport court looking brand new!

We specialize in Resurfacing, Construction and Rehabilitation of various Sport Courts. Call now to get on our schedule.

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What kind of courts do you work on?

Fast Times Tennis specializes in resurfacing Tennis Courts, Pickleball Courts, Basketball Courts and Shuffleboard Courts. Whether it’s asphalt or concrete, we can resurface it!

Do you repair cracks?

Before applying Acrylic Resurfacer, we take care of any and all visible surface cracks. Our crack repair methods are based on American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) crack repair specifications.

Fast Times Tennis is also a certified installer of RiteWay Crack Repair Systems; this is a guaranteed no-return crack repair system for large cracks.

Where are you located?

Fast Times Tennis works out of Indiana, Pennsylvania. We service all parts of Western Pennsylvania, Western New York, Eastern Ohio, Northern Maryland and some parts of West Virginia.

What kind of paint do you use?

We use Laykold products for all sport court applications. This product is specifically manufactured for painting horizontal asphalt and concrete surfaces. It is also designed to hold sand which fills in the pores of the asphalt or concrete surface. This gives a smooth finish while also providing the texture and grip needed so players don’t slip.

How many coats of paint are needed for a Tennis, Pickleball or Basketball Court?

The answer to this question depends on various factors. If the substrate is brand new asphalt, we always recommend at least 2 coats of Acrylic Resurfacer and a minimal of 2 coats of Texturized Paint.

How often should I resurface my court?

The intervals between resurfacing your sport court is very much like changing the oil on your car. If you wait too long, you’ll end up with more maintenance problems in the end. For a heavily played court, we recommend having it resurfaced every 3-5 years for the best results. However, many courts can go 5-8 years but there will likely be more repairs and maintenance necessary.

What colors are available?

One of the most common color combinations in the Tennis Industry is US Open Blue interior and US Open Green exterior. However, there is a wide variety of color combinations available to you. We recommend looking over the color options on Laykold’s Website.

How long will my Tennis Court last?

The life expectancy of a Tennis, Pickleball or Basketball court is highly dependant on the quality of the substrate. A tennis court with a good base and high quality asphalt can easily last upwards of 30 years. This applies only if the court is properly taken care of and resurfaced at recommended intervals (3-5 years).

How do I know when my court is ready to be resurfaced?

When the court begins to lose its textured grip and seems to be playing faster than normal, this is a good sign that the court should be resurfaced. If the surface of your tennis court is beginning to peel or flake, the time to resurface has become overdue. This should be addressed immediately before extensive repairs are required.

How should I take care of my tennis court?

Always maintain weed growth around the perimeter of the court. If there are trees in the area, be sure to clean the leaves and debris off of the court regularly. Spray off any dirt accumulation with a hose. If your court holds water in any areas, use a roller-style squeegee (Rol-Dri) to remove water after heavy rainfall.

Be sure to take the nets off during the winter and do not use rock salt or chemicals on the court surface.

Can you pressure wash Tennis Courts?

All acrylic surfaces can be pressure washed. This includes Tennis Courts, Pickleball Courts and Basketball Courts. It is important to know that pressure washing a tennis court can and will remove a lot of the texture and grip, which will likely cause the court to speed up.

If you are planning to have your court pressure washed, plan for having it resurfaced in the near future.