Neighborhood Association Court

Cape Cod, MA


Overlay of Asphalt Court with Sand-Filled Synthetic Turf

Project Summary

As the testimonial states, the residents of this homeowner’s association were looking at options of replacing or upgrading their older cracked asphalt courts. Every type of tennis court is a trade off one way or another and they had to decide as a group whether they wanted the slide of clay, the low maintenance of a hard court, or something in between. We were able to show them a few different options and after playing on the turf they decided that it was a great fit. The only maintenance needed is a grooming at the beginning of the season with the potential of adding sand and a light sweeping after play.

"Our neighborhood association was faced with the prospect of refurbishing a 25 year-old asphalt surface that was cracking extensively. Our court consultants, Cape and Island Tennis & Track suggested we consider synthetic turf as a soft, low maintenance alternative to Har Tru or asphalt. Now, after 2 years, we could not be more delighted. The courts play soft like clay or grass but require very little upkeep. They drain quickly and can be played on shortly after drenching downpours. C&I did a perfect job installing them and have been very helpful with the few questions that have come up. They get 5 stars."
- TS