Sports Surfaces Look Better and Last Longer When the Proper Products Are Chosen

August 24 16:04 2021

Canadians enjoy their sports courts.  Always an energetic outdoorsy type of country, sports courts abound both in residences and in commercial properties such as hotels, motels, and even community centres.  From pickleball to tennis, to golf, the life span of a sports court, and the enjoyment of it, depend upon the proper type of product applications and the techniques used.   Any sports court owner needs to choose a company with a wide variety of product and technique applications in its cataloque of offerings. 

A shop that can offer advice on surface choices, along with installation should always be chosen for the best results.  Crowall Surface Contractors, LTD has been providing professional court surfaces to many individuals and entities for years now throughout the entire Ontario region and beyond.   Whether a full new installation is required, or a resurfacing, Crowell will use their extensive catalogue of products to determine what is needed.  Costs and alternatives as well as all the products are discussed in depth before any work begins. 

Using the correct surfacing products and the type of maintenance, installation, or repair is crucial to the life of any sports court.  Usage of a court does many times determine the type of work that needs to be done and the products that are used.  Landscaping design and laser-guided grading are used in determining the correct approach.  Drainage issues, as well as patches and holes, must also be addressed when determining the products and approach to installation or resurfacing and repair. 

Asphalt penetration proves to be the best choice for hard courts such as basketball, that take a beating, whether indoor or outdoor, while softer materials such as clay are better for indoor tennis courts, and other types of courts where asphalt would indeed be harder on the joints of the players because of its lack of flexibility.  Soft courts such as golf, of course, would need either real grass or artificial turf installation that considers the slope of the court.

Harder court surfaces can benefit immensely from being sealed by the premium acrylic coating that is offered by Crowall Surface Contractors, LTD as part of the product catalogue.  This coating not only prolongs the life of any hard-court surface but adds a glistening shine adding to its beauty.  The attractiveness of using an acrylic sealant is especially popular amongst commercial entities as it draws individuals to their courts. 

As one hotel owner proudly remarked, “My basketball and tennis courts were looking used and unattractive.  Although they did not need replacement, Crowall spruced up the courts by repairing cracks and applying a sealant that sparkled in the sun.  This attracted even more guests to my facilities as the courts were eye-catching even at a distance!”

Quotes are free at Crowall and all workmanship is performed to perfection.  Being a family-owned business Crowall does pride itself on its courts and its product catalogue and knowledge and expertise in the sports surface business.  No matter what type of court installation, repair or maintenance is needed, Crowall can supply it.

About Crowall Surface Contractors, LTD.

A family-owned business, Crowall has been supplying quality sports court installation, repair, and maintenance for years to residents in the Ontario region and surrounding provinces.  All types of courts and surfaces are available in their products catalogue, from hard surfaced to artificial grass and installation of true turf.  A true one-stop-shop, Crowall has information on its site on all surfaces, as well as a clickable mobile phone text messaging feature and email for quick contact. 

Media Contact
Company Name: CrowAll Surface Contractors Ltd.
Contact Person: Daniel Cornacchia
Email: Send Email
Phone: 416-951-4626
Address:2 Briardale Place
City: Aurora
State: Ontario, L4G 6M4
Country: Canada

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