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Commercial Indoor Tennis Court Installation

Transform your space into a world-class, state-of-the-art indoor tennis court with our commercial installation services.

Turn any indoor space into an epicenter of Tennis excitement

No need for a large outdoor space—our courts can be installed in any indoor setting
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Professionally Built Tennis Courts

We use the latest tennis court installation methods and equipment that meet all USTA, ITF, and local requirements.

Why hire HCA Sports?

Trained Professionals
Our team is professionally trained and has the experience to get your project done right.

Highly Rated Sports Court Company
We’re a highly rated sports court company, so you can be sure your project will be completed on time and to your satisfaction.

Premium Materials
We use only top-quality materials in our construction projects and meet all safety requirements. You won’t find a better sports court out there.

Licensed & Insured
Our company is fully licensed and insured, so your project will be done safely and legally.

What Factors Influence the Cost of Building an Indoor Commercial Tennis Court Installation?

Architectural Design
The size and shape of your abode could have a major influence on the number of materials needed for construction, as well as labor costs. Complex or unique designs tend to be pricier than standard rectangles when it comes time to build.

For the perfect indoor court floor, you have a few choices. The gold standard is concrete, which is tough and reliable but can come with a hefty price tag. Otherwise, look at asphalt or synthetic turf to get that same durability on any budget.

The complexity of your desired indoor commercial tennis court will ultimately determine the investment required in terms of labor, as more intricate designs require a greater number of skilled professionals to bring them to life.

If you live in an urban area, it will probably cost more to build your court than if you live in a rural area, and urban areas typically have higher labor and material costs than rural areas.

Permits and Inspections
Depending on where you live, you may need to get a permit before beginning construction on your court. Your court may need to pass an inspection after completion to ensure it meets all safety standards.

Miscellaneous Costs
These costs can include things like dumpster rental fees, site preparation fees, and landscaping costs.

Building an Indoor Commercial Tennis Court Cost Breakdown

We can provide a detailed cost breakdown for your indoor tennis court project, including materials, labor, and additional costs.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Your preferences and budget determine the perfect type of tennis court. Hard, clay, grass, and synthetic turf courts are all common choices.
A commercial indoor tennis court is typically 78 feet long and 36 feet wide. But your requirements and the available area will determine the actual size.
Indeed, a well-maintained tennis court may add value to your property, especially if you live in an area where outdoor recreational activities are in great demand.
Pressure washing is an efficient approach to cleaning and preserving the surface of your tennis court. However, use the proper pressure and cleaning solution to avoid harming the surface.

For estimates, please contact us at your convenience. It's an honor to help you make your sports dream a reality.