What We Do
Lineberry Tennis is a full-service, family operated tennis company, we design, build and maintain all types of tennis courts and recreational surfaces throughout New England. Our installations include a variety of surfaces ranging from the popular All-Weather and Clay Tennis Courts to the specialty surfaces like Nova Pro Court and Nova Pro Clay.
We also install putting greens, basketball hoops/key lines and bocce courts, for more information on these installations give us a call at 800-640-3590 or 603-428-4238. Located in New Hampshire.
Tennis Court Design & Construction
Thinking about building a tennis court? We offer a comprehensive, personal approach which allows us to provide our clients with a quality product and a seamless process from start to finish.
We offer tennis court design, construction and maintenance solutions through our consulting services that will solve a variety of problems, we offer these services to homeowners, architects, engineers and construction managers.
Clay Court & Hard Court Reconditioning & Maintenance
We offer a variety of different maintenance and reconditioning options for existing clay, turf and hard court surfaces. This is a great option for anyone looking to breathe life into an old surface.
Design & Construction
Our design and construction process is quick and efficient, but not at the expense of quality.
Reconditioning & Maintenance
We can handle all types of maintenance and repair issues that are associated with recreational surfaces.
Does your court look like this?
We use specialized pneumatic nail guns specifically designed for clay court line tapes, this allows us to be precise and efficient, no more hammers and nails.
Irrigation is important for traditional clay court surfaces, we can help get your system working correctly.
We offer pressure washing services as part of our hard court resurfacing packages, this gives a much cleaner foundation for the new plaint application.
Does your court have cracks?
Professional annual maintenance of a clay court is necessary for anyone who wants to keep their court in optimal playing condition, however what is often overlooked is owner maintenance. Daily, weekly and monthly upkeep is important for several reasons, it will extend the life of the court, the court will play better and it will extend the playing season which is important in New England. Listed below are steps owners should take.
- Water court(s) in the morning
- Roll court after watering
- Broom court and sweep lines (both after rolling and after play)
- Apply 50 pounds of calcium or magnesium chloride per side of court in the evening, followed by light watering
- Check for weeds and apply weed killer as necessary
- Remove any leaves or dead weeds from surface
- Check for low areas along base lines and fill with new material as needed to bring level, use lute or drag broom as a straight edge, water and roll patched area twice before using
Necessary equipment to properly maintain clay surface
- Ride on power roller or hand roller (power roller is highly recommended)
- Drag brooms (2)
- Line sweepers (2)
- Aussie clean sweep
- Broadcast spreader
- Calcium or magnesium chloride
- Ortho Ground Clear weed control
- Scarifier Lute
- Weedkiller sprayer
Recreational Surface Consulting
Through our consulting services, we deal with all types of customers. We have consulted for homeowners, tennis clubs, engineers, architects and construction managers on a variety of different projects. We are a small company, however our scope is broad, we do consider consulting projects outside of New England. For more information on this, do not hesitate to call, that way we can assist you with more specific answers, reach out to us at 800-640-3590.
Bocce & Tennis Court Project
Frequently Asked Questions
How large is a tennis court?
A tennis court is 60’ x 120’, you need a minimum area of 70’ x 120’ cleared when constructing a new court, that area should be free of trees, vegetation and debris.
How long does it take to install a tennis court?
Installation time, weather permitting, is 2 ½ to 3 days for a synthetic grass court start to finish. The ProClay, ProCourt XP and traditional clay and all-weather hard court systems generally take a week, dependent upon base preparation and site work.
How much does a tennis court cost?
Cost depends on a variety of factors, such as site work, location, surface selected, and what accessories are chosen. Site work is usually the most expensive component to the construction process, this can range from $15,000-$30,000 depending on the location. Surface installation costs range from $20,000-$35,000, fencing, lighting, and irrigation (If applicable) also must be considered. Economic factors also play a role in our pricing models, so the best way to get an accurate figure is to give us a call at 800-640-3590.
What are the maintenance requirements for a tennis court?
Once one of our surfaces are installed, they require a check-up and periodic cleaning as well as grooming, depending upon the type of court and amount of play it receives. A detailed maintenance manual and proper equipment are available for all surfaces.
What types of fencing do you offer?
We design and build mostly all of our fencing systems, we typically recommend eight foot vinyl fencing, this provides a clean look while providing security for errant balls. We also build custom designed wooden fences that are a beautiful addition to any surface, these fences are not only aesthetically pleasing, but will endure the elements.
Do you install lighting systems?
Yes, we offer a variety of lighting options for all your tennis needs, we typically install lights only with our new construction projects, but we can put lights on existing courts on a case-by-case business. Fence repairs are common when we are revamping an old surface.
Do you install wind screens?
Yes, we can provide and install windscreens, they are available in custom and and pre-made sizes.
Do you offer basketball hoop installations?
Yes, we can provide and install basketball hoops, we also can paint basketball keys on existing courts as well as driveways.