Vermont Tennis Court Surfacing specializes in all types of fencing, whether it be wood, chain link, or full vinyl systems. Our unique installation technique allows for a uniform asphalt surface, hiding unsightly concrete. The purpose of fencing around a tennis court is to keep balls within the court during play. Traditionally, tennis courts have been surrounded by fencing with an overall height of 10’. All around fencing may be traditional, but it is not necessary for play.
Vinyl clad fencing is more expensive than galvanized but provides benefits in terms of durability and aesthetics. Color coated fences help tennis courts to blend into their surroundings, enhancing their appearance.
All our fences are built to the high standards of the American Sports Builders Association (ASBA). The framework for a 10’ high fence should have a minimum strength of schedule 40 weight tubing. All gate and corner posts should be 3” in diameter, while line posts should be at least 2-1/2” with one 1-5/8” top rail. All posts should be set in 12” diameter by a minimum 36” depth concrete footing.
In addition to tennis court fencing, we supply and install fencing for a variety of facilities such as ballfields, tracks, backyards, etc. Windscreens are also available.
With the limited amount of daylight playing time in the New England tennis season, Vermont Tennis Court Surfacing lets you extend your day with custom designed lighting systems.
The Aerosystem is not just a light fixture, it has been designed from the ground up to create a new spin in tennis court lighting. It breaks new ground in aesthetics, construction and functionality, while presenting distinctive and progressive, low profile appearance. The die-cast construction of the Aerosystem fixture provides unparalleled durability, and is available in a selection of appealing finishes to complement the court environment.
Basketball Court Lighting
The Courtsider XL or Aerosystem poles and fixtures do a fantastic job of lighting basketball courts. Whether you have a full-size court at the park, or a half-court in a backyard, we can design a lighting system that will provide brilliant illumination with minimal light spillage and glare. The lighting systems provided by “sport court” type dealers are generally highly inefficient and maintenance intensive. Over the long haul, a system from LSI Courtsider Lighting is a much better choice.