Regular maintenance on artificial tennis court surfaces is vital, as it is a small playing area with intense and high foot traffic.
This can causes compaction of the infill, flattening of the pile, and wear of the carpet. The infill can become contaminated from particles of the environment settling on the surface and being walked or transferred to the surface with use from players.
This along with compaction slowly blocks the drainage holes in the carpet creating bad porosity and slow drainage issues after normal rainfall or that can reach a critical point of flooding and silt making the surface unplayable.
With regular tennis court maintenance, this can all be avoided saving money, loss of use of a surface, and maximising the life and enjoyment of your Tennis courts.