Why mesh makes perfect tennis court fencing

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The traditional choice of fencing for outdoor tennis courts has always been chainlink. However, this medium is prone to damage and does not boast the longest life span, especially when exposed to regular punishment on the club or municipal courts.

When faced with replacing your outdoor tennis court fencing, you may not have considered using mesh. However, here are some excellent reasons why mesh fencing would make the perfect medium for enclosing your outdoor tennis courts.

Appearance

Chainlink fencing quickly begins to sag, bow and look tatty. Mesh holds its shape much better than chainlink, and you can even have it sign-written with your club name and logo if you want to. The result is a neat and impressive-looking finish that adds aesthetic appeal to your courts.

Vandal-proof

Municipal courts can be vulnerable to attack by vandals, and chainlink is easily damaged and scaled by would-be intruders. Mesh fencing is manufactured to withstand attack, making it more difficult to damage. In addition, the rounded top of mesh fencing makes it extremely difficult to climb over, keeping your courts secure and protected from those who would cause malicious damage.

Keep courts clean

Tennis court maintenance can be very labour-intensive and time-consuming. In addition, outdoor courts fenced with chainlinks are prone to accumulating leaves, litter and other wind-blown debris. Mesh fencing provides a more secure barrier to wind-borne detritus, keeping your courts cleaner, saving you work, and avoiding downtime for cleaning.

Preventing moss and lichen growth

One major problem with outdoor tennis courts is moss and lichen on the court surface and surrounding area. These plants can be a particular issue on shady courts that are surrounded by trees. Moss spores are wind-borne, blowing onto the court surface where they quickly gain a foothold. In addition, chainlink fencing allows moss spores and other weed seeds to blow straight onto the court surface, where they quickly colonise, making the courts slippery and damaging the playing surface.

The more closed construction of mesh fencing is very effective at preventing spores and seeds from entering the tennis courts, saving you the time and hassle of dealing with outbreaks of weeds.

If you’re thinking of replacing the fencing around your outdoor tennis courts, Advantage Tennis mesh provides the perfect solution – game, set, and match! Contact Zaun today!

About Zaun

Zaun Limited is the sole remaining manufacturer of welded and woven mesh fencing systems that manufactures the entire system in the UK.  Zaun makes the mesh, fencing panels, posts, clamp bars and fixings at its state-of-the-art five-acre production facility in Wolverhampton in the West Midlands.  Products have been tested and approved by testing organisations including CPNI, LPCB and Secured by Design.

Zaun works very closely with all stakeholders within the business including employees, local, national and international suppliers and a long-established customer base of fencing contractors to design, manufacture and supply high-quality fencing systems, increasingly often providing expertise in integrating PIDs and other systems into holistic security solutions.

Zaun was founded in 1996 and remains a private company solely owned by co-founder Alastair Henman with a regional office in Dubai. They are certified to the ISO 9001 quality standard. It is also a member of the Perimeter Security Suppliers’ Association (PSSA), of which Alastair Henman is a director.

Zaun is a proud British manufacturer and founder member of the Made in Britain campaign, a key player in the UK fencing market and one of the fastest-growing companies in an increasingly competitive industry.

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