As one of the most important developments in the tennis court industry in recent years, court binders are a subject that we here at Peter A Housden & Sons take very seriously.
Designed to be sprayed directly onto a courts surface, a quality binder will bind the surface to stop or halt premature fretting whilst retaining porosity, thus giving the court several years extra life before re-surfacing is required.
As with all the maintenance processes, the key is in the detail. Here at Peter A Housden & Sons we insure that all potential clients are aware that binders should only be applied following the suitable and professional cleaning of the court surface.
We also take the time to fully explain the types of binders that are available and why as tennis court specialists we only use a more expensive polyurethane binder and not an acrylic binder. As with most things in life the use of a binder that starts out “as cheap as chips” rarely ends up that way. While the use of acrylic binders may initially sound to offer good value and performance, the final results can often prove to be very different.
Don’t be tempted down the wrong path, contact us today to arrange for your free site visit, no obligation quote & to find out how we can help you protect your investment and beloved tennis court.
The correct and professional application of a high quality court binder can help to stop or halt premature surface fretting whilst retaining porosity, thus giving a court several years extra life before re-surfacing is required.
Here at Peter A Housden & Sons we insure that all potential clients are aware of all the facts, such, as that binders should only be applied following the suitable and professional cleaning of the court surface and that the level of a courts deterioration maybe so great that an application of a binder will not be effective, and resurfacing maybe a better and cost effective option.
Our highly experienced team of professionals will always provide a personalised quote based on your courts individual requirements.
Fully understanding the different types of binders that are available and why we at Peter A. Housden & Sons only use a more expensive polyurethane binder and not a cheaper acrylic binder can be vital in avoiding unnecessary future problems and costs.
So don’t be tempted or misled by attractive sounding cheaper options. Talk to us today for an honest quote based on true knowledge and experience and your long-term satisfaction.
Once the binder has been applied your court’s surface will be ready for colour spraying, which will work in perfect harmony with the binder to create a stronger, more durable surface than would otherwise exist.