Tenniturf - a high-quality carpet for all sports

Tenniturf is a high-quality tennis court surface from AMSS tennis court builders

With all our years of experience in the design and construction of sports surfaces throughout the UK we are able to offer honest impartial help and information on the type of Tenniturf sports carpet that best suits your needs - together with advice on the best combination of sub-base, shock pad and infill material combinations that will satisfy the desired performance standards for the completed installation.

If five-a-side football and tennis are the main sports. 18mm Tenniturf is the answer. It is a real serve and volley surface. Fifteen millimetre carpet is a good compromise, slowing the tennis court a fair bit, and ten millimetres is a medium-paced surface preferred for tournament play. It is worth noting that the resilience of the surface reduces directly proportionately to the carpet pile height.

Maintenance
With a wide range of Tenniturf products available, the maintenance of each completed surface varies from product to product. However the common theme of regular brushing, removal of leaves and regular spraying with moss killer four times a year remains throughout our product range.

As part of our commitment to completed projects we offer our own after care and maintenance so please feel free to contact us for further information.

N.B. Tenniturf must be maintained regularly, if this is carried out the court will give many years of good service. If it is allowed to get excessively mossy it is difficult to overhaul, in comparison to Sporturf and Pladek.

TENNITURF FACT FILE

POROSITY Porous court
BALL SPEED Fast
BALL BOUNCE Low
COMFORT Comfortable
COLOUR Grass-green
FOOTHOLD Good

LIFESPAN 
Eight to ten years for heavy floodlit club use, indefinite lifespan for private use.

APPLICATIONS
Best for tennis, five-a-side football and hockey.

MAINTENANCE 
Regular brushing, treat for moss.

En Tout Cas - The finest name in tennis court construction

Our tennis courts and sports surfaces are made and supplied by En Tout Cas - the original manufacturer of all-weather courts and sports surfaces. En Tout Cas was founded in 1909 and continues to be a byword for British-built quality and excellence.

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