PICKLEBALL COURT RESURFACING

PICKLEBALL COURT CONVERSION AND RESURFACING

Does your asphalt or concrete tennis court need an upgrade for a fun new sport? Adding or converting Pickleball court lines and posts is an innovative way to maximize a standard tennis court or basketball court.

 

Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports among enthusiasts everywhere, especially because it mixes elements of tennis, badminton, and ping pong. Whether you play for leisure, or are a member of USA pickleball, Sport Surfaces, Florida can help you to get in the game!

 

Our licensed and certified pickleball contractors will provide you with the best option when tailoring a pickleball court resurfacing. We can either add a pickleball court to an existing tennis court, or convert the court to be exclusively used for pickleball. Note: When a tennis court is used exclusively for tennis, we can add multipurpose courts: (2) pickleball courts for each tennis court.

PICKLEBALL COURT SPECIFICATIONS

  • The lines parallel to the net at each end of the court are called the baselines.
  • Lines which run perpendicular to the net on each side of the court are the called the sidelines.
  • The lines on each side of the net between the sidelines that are parallel to the net are the non-volley lines. These lines are located 7’ from the net.

HERE IS SOME USEFUL TERMINOLOGY ABOUT THE LINES AND AREAS OF THE PICKLEBALL COURT

  • The lines parallel to the net at each end of the court are called the baselines.
  • Lines which run perpendicular to the net on each side of the court are the called the sidelines.
  • The lines on each side of the net between the sidelines that are parallel to the net are the non-volley lines. These lines are located 7’ from the net

PICKLEBALL NET AND POST SPECIFICATIONS

    • The official net size is 22′ L x 3′ H. We recommend that the materials are 3mm polyethylene and that a 23 oz. vinyl headband is used. Fiberglass dowels are also recommended for strength and durability.
    • Net Height. It is recommended that the net be 36” high at the sidelines and 34” high at the center of the court.
    • Center Strap. The same strap used for tennis is also used for pickleball but is set at a height of 34”.
    • Net posts should be placed 22’ on center and the post height is 36”

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