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They were attentive to our minor issues involving the project and handled them reasonably and fairly to all parties involved.


At Vermont Tennis Court Surfacing, we accept no substitute for quality.

Since 1969 Vermont Tennis Court Surfacing (VTCS) has been involved in the construction and maintenance of tennis courts, basketball courts, and athletic facilities in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts and upstate New York. We have been an active member of the American Sports Builders Association and have been committed to understanding and providing quality products and service.

VTCS has received awards in technical excellence (Harry Humphries Award) for the Volvo International at Stratton Mountain, Vermont, and the Executive Court Club in Manchester, New Hampshire. Our goal is to put the same care into the construction and maintenance of your tennis court, basketball court, or playing surface regardless of how large or small the project.

At Vermont Tennis Court Surfacing, we accept no substitute for quality

Jeff Zangla, Owner
Jeff started with VTCS as a field technician in 1989 during college. He is responsible for the day-to-day operations, manages construction and reconstruction projects, as well as overseeing our sales and marketing projects. [email protected]

Jeff Mosher, Marketing and Field Technician
Jeff started with VTCS in 1992. He is involved with marketing and sales, specializing in the maintenance and surfacing of existing outdoor and indoor athletic courts. [email protected]

Susan Zangla, Owner & Contract Admin., Office Mgr. Susan handles the day-to-day administrative operations for VTCS. [email protected]

We take pride in our elite tennis court crews who are undoubtedly some of the best in the industry. From our Lead Foremen and skilled technicians, to our seasonal members working their way through college, they are dedicated to teamwork, exceptional customer service, and attention to detail. They approach every project as if it were their own.