Tennis windscreens are essential equipment for your court installations. In addition to reducing the effects of the wind and thus making the game more interesting, they add a private atmosphere appreciated by players. Also, it makes it easier to follow the trajectories of balls and isolate players from unnecessary distractions. Most windbreaks are 6 or 9 feet high. The choice is normally made according to the height of the fencing of the tennis court and the budget devoted to it.
How are tennis fence windscreens made?
The windscreens are made of small spaces which let filter a little wind and light. This avoids putting too much pressure on the fences and provides players with minimal ventilation. "Winds" or aeration holes can also be added normally every 10 feet especially on canvases 9 feet high and / where wind is often a major factor.The canvases are easy to install using commercial ty-wraps through the eyelets positioned at the perimeter and in the center in the case of 9ft canvases. Reinforcements under the eyelets prevent tearing and extend the life of the windscreen.
Which windscreens models are available?
Our windbreak nets are made of commercial grade polyester and offered in a choice of 3 colors. The most popular ones are dark greens followed by black without surprises. Windscreens can be cut to your specifications for the doors and the various lengths required. Our 120 foot windscreen rolls are made of polyethylene. They are still excellent quality and very popular for clients operating on a tighter budget and will be able to satisfy standard-size courts.
Quote today for tennis windscreen and our installation services!
Contact us easily using our simple quote form and get an idea of costs within 48h. We also offer installation services if you can't complete the work by yourself. We can open/close your tennis court for season start/end. Get in touch with us to get guidance, tips and tricks with your quote as required. Our calendar is booking early in the year, please book early to save your spot before the season starts.
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