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Category: Tennis Court Services

Expert Tennis Court Services in Hampshire, Surrey and Surrounding

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Cleaning slimy algae off tarmac tennis court

Pressure washing the Tennis court by an experienced professional can help clean slimy algae.

Revamping this Old Grit Tennis Court

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Tree Surgery and Tarmac tennis court services

Cross Courts Services is one of the few companies in the south east of England who caters for both Tree Surgery and Tarmac Tennis court services.

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Tennis Court view from the top

When courts blend in, another great result of a finished, two-tone green coloured tarmac tennis court.

The Cross Courts tennis court service team works really hard to achieve such great looking tennis courts.

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Sand is a good infill for artificial grass tennis courts (AstroTurf)

We are very near to making this artificial grass tennis court look real!

Artificial grass (AstroTurf) Tennis Court in Haslemere: Day 3

 

The penultimate day is here and we are one step away to give the finishing touches to this beautiful looking and game ready court.

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Expert tarmac tennis court services

Expert tarmac tennis court services in Alton, Andover, Basingstoke, Guildford, Godalming, Haslemere, Petersfield, Southampton, Winchester, Reading.

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Artificial grass Croquet pitch and tennis Court unveiling in Haslemere

Cross Court Services are currently working on an artificial grass Croquet pitch and tennis Court unveiling in Haslemere. The work is now completed and you can see a step by step process of an AstroTurf tennis court being built.

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What colour should I paint my tarmac tennis court?

Expert advice on tarmac tennis court colours by Cross Court Services:
Two-tone green is most common but today we are painting a court dark blue and dark green!
On a more damaged court that has several repairs to cover and disguise a darker single colour gives the best coverage.
A mid green (a mixture of the light and dark green) is also a very good single colour to have on an older pre-repaired Court as give great coverage.

 

 

Please see our dedicated Tennis court maintenance page for more services.

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