Tennis | Tennis Court Maintenance | Equipment & Supplies
Grass Tennis Court Maintenance Equipment
There are really not many lawn tennis courts left in the UK compared to hard courts these days and some of the specialist equipment grass court owners need is getting difficult to find. That's why sportsequip.co.uk set up a specialist 'Grass Court Maintenance Equipment' sub section offering in one place all the basic specialist equipment needed to look after a grass tennis court, whether domestic, club or school.
- Grass Tennis Court Line Marking - Corner marking pins, and a choice of line marking machines and marking paints for all grades and standards of grass tennis courts.
Artificial Grass Tennis Court Maintenance Equipment
sportsequip.co.uk sell specialist tennis maintenance equipment for sand filled and short pile artificial grass tennis courts and established an 'Artificial Grass Court Equipment' sub section offering in one place all the specialist maintenance equipment for an artificial grass tennis court.
- Brushes and Mats - All sand filled courts require a level of maintenance that's probably more than the salesman told you. To make life as easy as possible we sell a range of brooms, brushes, drag mats and even a ride on tractor
Clay & Shale Court Dressings and Maintenance Equipment
There are now very few red shale or blaise tennis courts left in the UK compared to other types of hard courts and some of the specialist maintenance equipment and top up shale brick dressings are consequently getting difficult to find. Here though you will find sportsequip.co.uk's specialist Clay & Shale Court Dressings and Maintenance Equipment sub section offering in one place all the basic specialist equipment required to maintain and run shale tennis courts
- Top up red shale tennis court dressing made from crushed bricks and tiles. Delivered bagged and palletised you can order any quantity of mixed bags from the Fine, Medium and Course grades offered
- Brushes and Mats - All loose courts require a high level of maintenance. To make life as easy as possible we sell a range of brooms, brushes, drag mats and line brushes
- Shale Court Line Tapes - For whole courts or single replacement lines. Fixing nails too
- Court Covers - debris and leaf cover if your court isn't in use over the winter Moss and Algae Killer for Tennis Courts
- Moss Killer - Safe enough for transport by standard carriers and for DIY application, but powerful enough to make a real difference to moss and algae on any tennis court surface, the Batimoss is a range of eco friendly solutions is derived from natural components including seaweed.
- Spray applicators - To compliment the range of Batimoss and Batiface moss killers we also sell a range of knapsack sprayers to apply them
Why should you buy tennis court maintenance equipment from sportsequip.co.uk?
- sportsequip.co.uk are the UK's leading on line supplier of tennis equipment to clubs, schools and domestic court owners
- sportsequip.co.uk constantly look at suppliers and product options available and pre select only the best value and the best quality tennis maintenance products readily available in the UK today
- We aim to offer products from stock wherever possible
- We offer a large range of alternative options and complementary court equipment
- For our customers peace of mind we offer only equipment from the most reputable UK suppliers and UK manufacturers
- We sell a comprehensive range of tennis court equipment to suit all budgets
- All products are delivered direct to your door. FREE delivery within England, Wales and Southern Scotland
'The Rules of the Game' published by St. Martins Press, describes Lawn Tennis as a game in which individuals (singles) or pairs (doubles) compete against each other. The game is played on a court divided by a net. The object of the game is to propel a ball over the net in such a way that it bounces in court and beats any attempt by an opponent to return it.
If you're looking for special or specific capital tennis equipment please telephone us now on 01858 545789.
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