372 SW Paar Drive, Port St. Lucie, FL 34953
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Why Resurface ?​

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Why do you have to resurface your tennis court?

Small Cracks
Large Cracks

Surface Preparation

Existing surface shall be clean, free from all dirt and foreign debris, and shall be dry. New asphalt and concrete should be allowed a 30 day curing period before applying any coatings. All surfaces must be structurally sound with any unsound concrete removed by chipping or scarifying. Oil and other contaminants should be removed by solvents or acid etching, and all resultant residue thoroughly removed. When acid etching, thoroughly rinse and neutralize the working surface with a 1 % ammonia solution.

Prior to applying the material, the entire area should be flooded with water and checked for depressions of 1/16″ or greater. We check these areas and then mark them with chalk to show where the patches should be placed.

Installation of Court Patch Binder

If patching is necessary, we prime the area for patching and allow the entire area and allow to dry.

Apply Acrylic Resurfacer

Acrylic Resurfacer is a 100 % acrylic based emulsion blended with selected fibers and fillers to be used for smoothing rough pavements. Acrylic Resurfacer does not contain asbestos, lead or mercury.

Acrylic Resurfacer when combined with silica sand is designed as an acrylic filler (resurfacer) coat for use over new or existing asphalt and properly prepared concrete surfaces.

Once patching is complete, 1-2 applications of Acrylic Resurfacer shall be applied to the surface.

Color Concentrate installation

Once we install the Acrylic Resurfacer, we apply 2 or more coats of Color on the surface. We allow each application to dry 2-4 hours depending on weather conditions.

To request a free color card with actual samples of our tennis surface, ACRYTECH

Standard & Premium court colors

White Line Paint

White Line Paint is a water based, 100 % acrylic emulsion line marking paint. White Line Paint contains no solvents or oils that tend to attack the underlying surface causing cracking or crazing.

Line Paint is available in both textured (with silica sand) or regular (without silica sand) and in 1 gallon or 5 gallon units.


We brush or roll line paint in 1-2 coats depending on specification. To improve crispness of the finished line, we prime the tape, prior to application of the line paint, with the same finish color coat material in which the surface has been coated.