Court in perfect Condition.
All Synthetic Grass Tennis Courts need regular maintenance by
mechanical cleaning and grooming. This will remove any contaminants
such as soil, bird droppings, leaf litter, algae and moss. Lack
of grooming will cause sand to work its way from the playing
surface to the outer perimeters of the court. This can result
in poor sand-filling and irregular ball bounces, insufficient
slide and an ungroomed court appearance.
sweeping should be carried out in dry conditions when the surface
sand is dry (dependent upon court usage) suggested weekly, on average.
suggested method is to sweep loose excessive sand from perimeters
back into the court playing area. Each time a grooming is performed
it should be swept in a different direction.
Cleaning - If regular cleaning has not been carried out it may be
necessary to organise a periodic cleaning contract - Riverina can
undertake this work for the client.
- After the
court is cleaned we re-groom the court to evenly spread the existing
- Remove by
hand or flat spade any loose debris, leaves, sticks, bird droppings,
etc. -this is to avoid contamination of the surface by foreign
- Excess sand
worked to the outside perimeter of the surface from play should
be cast back into the play area and if necessary adding extra
infill. Using a drag mat, start at the net running parallel from
one side of the court to the other. This procedure should take
no longer than ten minutes.
- The importance
is to maintain even distribution of infill cover and smooth the
- The sand
should cover the surface so as the synthetic pile is just visible
- approx. 2.00mm of pile.
our 6 monthly program to keep the court safe and looking like new.