Whether you are looking for a quality surface on a new court or resurfacing and repair of an existing court, we’ve got you covered. We specialize in Pickleball Court Surfaces, Basketball Court Surfaces, Tennis Court Surfaces, Multi-Use Courts, and everything in between. We are an authorized installer of SportMaster Sport Surfaces and have gone through extensive training with them to provide you with the best court surfacing product and application processes in the industry. We combine this training with a superior product and add in our unparalleled installation, repair, and custom design to make our court surfaces both long lasting (4-6 years between coatings) and aesthetically pleasing to the owner.
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Who We Are
Utah Court Surfacing was founded by Jason and Chad. It first began because Jason wanted to build his own pickleball court in his backyard. The finished product was so impressive that neighbors began to request Jason’s services. They continued to provide excellent courts combined with the best practices he and Chad have learned with their other business that kept his customers happy, which allowed his new-found court surfacing business to continue to grow. They are now one of the top court surfacing companies in the state of Utah.Learn More
Part of the design process is picking colors that are both aesthetically pleasing to your playing surface, but will also go along with your color choices. We have a large availability of colors for you to choose from, just take a moment and click on the choices below. You’ll be able to see a design of the playing surface you want and then see how some general colors will look when you use them side by side.
New Surface– Surfacing a new court requires an initial acid wash of the concrete to clean and etch the concrete. We then pressure wash the concrete surface to remove the acid that etched the concrete and remove all dirt, debris, and chemicals.
Resurfacing– The court’s surface will be pressure washed to remove all dirt, debris and loose or flaking coating. Larger cracks will require special attention to ensure that they are thoroughly cleaned of all dirt, vegetation, and debris. This process involves a thorough check for cracks, bird baths, and other problems that require repair.
New Surface – An adhesion promoter will then be applied to the surface, ensuring that the base coat will form an adhesive bond to the asphalt or concrete.
Resurfacing– All repairs will be made, including cracks that will be filled using acrylic-based sealant and we will fix all areas where water pools to ensure they are filled and leveled, creating a consistent level appearance. We will grind and sand down all patched cracks and those water pools (or bird baths as we like to say) have been smoothed out so you have an even playing surface.
The third step involves applying a base coat, whether it is a new surface or resurfacing project. The base coat will have a heavy sand load, allowing it to create a thicker body for the court and will be black in color. The black court helps us to have a visual reference to ensure consistent application of the entire base coat. The base coat will take a few hours to cure, depending upon the outside temperature. In most cases, we find it averages about 1-2 hours for the base coat to cure effectively to where we can begin applying the color coats.
The fourth phase will involve applying the color coats to the base coat. These color coats contain finer sand than the material used for the base coat and will also require an hour to cure between each coat depending on the outside temperature. Two full coats of the main color on the entire court surface are applied, and we finish up with two additional coats on the actually playing areas or boxes on the court. Similar drying or curing times are followed. We use up to four color coats, which will allow the court to last longer and resist wear.
All of the measurements are taken and the lines are chalked once the court is dried and ready. The lines are taped and a primer is used to ensure that the lines are straight and none of the paint bleeds through to give the lines a crisp, sharp look. The lines are painted on using the traditional white lines or we can customize the court lines with different colors to give your court a unique look and design.
Custom graphics such as team logo’s or unique graphics can be added to add a very distinct and personalized feature to your court. After all logos and graphics are completed, we offer a clear coat option above our normal services. This adds UV resistance and will extend the surface life of your court.
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To obtain the perfect court for all of your needs, contact us at Utah Court Surfacing today!