Tennis Courts Fence Installation Jackson
Tennis court fencing was first thought to be solely for the purpose of protecting spectators, but it is actually very helpful in keeping the tennis ball inside the court, making for a very effective ball catcher in the absence of one. It is also useful in preventing trespassers from accessing the court, since the fence can allow for the installation of a lock. Nowadays, tennis court fences have moved beyond the purposes of security, safety and convenience to include even the factor of aesthetics.
Common materials for tennis court fencing include pipe railings with cables and chain links. Pipe railings are better at providing visibility to the spectators while chain links are more secure when it comes to impact. For the fence height, many tennis courts utilize a 3-meter fence, but fences can measure differently as long as the court’s size is taken into consideration. Tennis courts come in different sizes there are children’s courts, personal courts, and courts for official purposes (its size also differs for single and double matches). Traditionally, these courts come in boxed type “cages,” but many clients prefer tweaked and unconventional designs that include opened sides, cut corners or varying fence heights depending on the quality of the flooring surface (taking into consideration the ball bounce factor). Still, some clients decide to stick with the much secure boxed-type chain link fence but opt for some customizations like adding color and customizing minute details such as the use of transition panels bridging high to low fencing heights.
Fence Company Jackson offers comprehensive services that includes, planning, actual installation and even maintenance services for your fence. All the while, keeping its costing reasonable and one of the best priced in the market today. Servicing Jackson, Mississippi and all its surrounding areas, connect with the best of Jackson’s fence experts. Talk to our professional team today and get your free quote! Reach us by dialing 601-476-1207.