Total Tennis recommends reconditioning asphalt base tennis courts every five to seven years to insure longevity. Although every court has its own unique challenges and issues, we can come up with several options to fit your personalized budget. Whatever the case may be, you can count on Total Tennis to give honest advice on what measures need to be taken in order to get your courts back to square one.
Basic Crack Repair
Guaranteed Crack Repair
Net post, center pin, and fence post replacement
John Allen-Private Home Owner-"The firm that put our court down went out of business, and we were in dire need of resurfacing our court at our private residence. We found Total Tennis,Inc. through an old friend. We were extremely pleased with their work...they even made the lines for the pickle ball court ! Out of five stars we would give them five stars !"
Bo Hanson-Pickerington Central High School Athletic Director-"The total tennis crew did an outstanding job repairing the cracks in our courts and getting all 12 painted with new purple paint in a very short window working around a tight schedule and several days of bad weather. I would recommend them to any high school who would be looking to rework their courts this summer."
Anna Ziebel-Maintenance Supervisor Pickerington Local School District-Total Tennis has done a great job on all 24 of our tennis courts. They are easy to work and communicate with, always give an accurate timeline, and call whenever they run into unforeseen issues. Total Tennis has always done quality work for the Pickerington Local School District and will continue to do work for us in the future.
Michael Taylor-Ohio Wesleyan Assistant Athletic Director- "The Total Tennis team was terrific to work with! The level of communication, and quality of work performed exceeded our expectations while transforming our venue."
City of Dublin, OH- "The quality of the work was very good and the value was competitive. The employees were friendly to talk to, knowledgeable and courteous out in the field during construction."