When it comes to your court, it is important to have clear, concise lines. This can help to ensure that your court is far more effective and will be easier to play sports on. When it becomes time to have your court restriped, it can be particularly beneficial to implement acrylic or epoxy lines for your court.
Acrylic and epoxy lines tend to last for longer periods of time. This helps to reduce the frequency of repainting processes. Acrylic and epoxy lines can go a long way toward ensuring that your court remains in superior shape for as long as possible.
Acrylic and epoxy lines are a very cost effective way to enhance your court. Whether your court is currently surfaced or not having lines applied to the surface is an affordable and quick way to start playing on your court.
Durable and Resilient
Acrylic and epoxy coats are incredibly durable and resilient. When you have an outdoor court, it is likely that it will experience substantial wear from both use and the external elements. Investing in epoxy lines will help to ensure that the lines on your court are capable of withstanding the elements.
Acrylic and epoxy paint is relatively easy to maintain. These surfaces tend to be far easier to clean and remove dirt and grime from. The ease of maintenance helps to improve the overall convenience of keeping your court in great condition.
Lines are worse than useless when you can’t quite see them. They can make it confusing and difficult to effectively play sports. Acrylic and epoxy lines tend to improve the visibility of the lines that are present on the court.
It is important to ensure that your court has effective, visible lines in order to improve your play. This can go a long way toward improving the court and ensuring that you are able to enjoy using it.
Shadow lines are used when having a multi-use court where two sports are combined into a single playing surface. You typically see a combination of a tennis and pickleball court, or a pickleball and basketball court. The main sport would have the solid acrylic or epoxy lines and the secondary sport would have the shadow lines. These shadow lines have a slightly lighter or faded color or a completely different color to designate the boundaries or each sport.
Indoor and Outdoor Lines
Acrylic and epoxy lines can be applied to both indoor and outdoor surfaces. These lines can be applied on wood, concrete, asphalt, and other surfaces. If you are looking for simple boundaries for your home court or regulation lines that meet specific requirements for competitive sports our acrylic and epoxy lines can be applied accordingly.
To learn more about our acrylic and epoxy line painting services for your court, and the benefits that acrylic and epoxy surfaces can provide, contact our expert team at Utah Court Surfacing today!