Use the Concrete to Install the Fence Posts. The posts of the fence around the tennis court have to be installed by applying concrete so that the concrete part is at least as long as the metal part of the post under the ground, recommended even 30-40 centimeters longer. The posts of the gate have to be installed the same way as the posts of the fence.
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Locating Corner Posts and Squaring the Fence Line: Start by measuring the width and length of two adjoining sides to the tennis court perimeter fence. The exact width and length will depend on which kit you have purchased. Make an exact mark where the first corner post is to be located; tentatively mark the other three corners.
There are different standards for tennis court fences, depending on use. Commercial tennis courts, for example, have various recommendations in terms of fencing compared to personal courts. Children’s courts also have different recommended sizes. Deciding on the general use of the tennis court can significantly help in constructing the fence. Make sure you know whether the court will be for domestic use, for official purposes, or commercial purposes. 2. Know the size of the tennis court.
Perfection Fence tennis court fences are made with the highest quality materials. For example, we manufacture your chain link tennis fence from heavy duty pipe for up to twice the service life and vinyl coated mesh woven from the heaviest core wire in the industry making it the most resistant to deformation.
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Section 3.04, the tennis court chain link fabric shall be installed on the inside of the court play area per ASTM F969. Install fabric so that it is at or 1” (25.4 mm) above the finished court surface.