Post-tensioning is a great way to reduce or eliminate control joints and resisting and controlling cracking as a result of the compression into the concrete by steel pre-stressing tendons. Without joints, you can experience better play and durability. These types of systems can be installed right over existing asphalt or clay courts, which eliminates the need for costly demolition. The surfaces are resistant to cracking, heaving, and settling. Post-tensioned slabs are ideal for active New England soils.
When your tennis court can withstand the elements and weathering over time, you can rest assured knowing that your investment has paid off. Give us a call today to see if post-tensioned courts are right for you and your property. We can recommend the best course of construction to ensure that you get the results you’re looking for.