Tennis Net and Post - Complete Package
Buy everything you need for a new tennis court in one go! Included in package is: Tennis Net, Tennis Posts, Centre Strap & Ground Anchor
To order, simply choose the grade of net you require, the type of tennis post and then which ground fixing.
Tennis Net FAQ - 'What's the difference between the different types of tennis net?
In truth a tennis net is a tennis net, simple as that. All our tennis nets are unmatched in look and finish which is present under the skin where the nets have intense UV treatment & stabilisation, or in appearance where each net has a shrink wrapped headband. However there is an element of 'you get what you pay for' and what you do need to bear in mind is this. The more expensive the net; the longer it last, the better it performs & the better it looks.
Tennis Post FAQ - 'What's the difference between square tennis posts & round tennis posts?
There is no performance difference between round and square tennis posts. The only difference between the two tennis posts is a small price variation. The only thing to be mindful is if they are going to placed in pre-existing ground sockets is check whether they have square or round profile. Square tennis posts will only fit in square sockets and vice-versa.
Centre Strap Fixing Point FAQ - 'Which do I need: ground anchor, M-Peg or base weight?
A ground anchor is the best solution for new hard courts. This is 6" deep and set into the surface when its is laid. It can also be used on grass courts by will have to be concreted in place. A better option for grass courts is an M-Peg, this is simply pushed into the soil and the centre strap attaches on. A base weight is used on hard courts where there is no ground anchor present, by using a base weight is saves disturbing existing surface.
Centre Strap FAQ - 'Why do I need a centre strap?
A centre strap regulates the height of the net. The laws of game stipulate the height of a tennis should be 42" from the point in which the net is affixed to either post, the height of middle of the net should be 36". The 36 inch height is what the centre strap is used to control.
For any advice, simple or in-depth, please do call us and we will happily assist
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