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Why choose Dragon Courts for your tennis court maintenance?

Dragon Courts has been in the business for more than 15 years, providing tennis court maintenance services such as cleaninglining and painting. Here are the reasons why you should choose Dragon Courts over other companies that offer the same services:


Dragon Courts is known for providing outstanding services. Believing that it is vital to keep every customer completely satisfied, we see it as our obligation to meet the deadline of our customers and to exceed their expectations. With an up-to-date website that can keep you informed with our services, you can also contact our Court Designer to help you extend your thoughts and assist you in visualising the end result. Offering an assurance of impeccable yet reasonably priced services, Dragon Courts takes customer satisfaction to its heart.


Reputed to be one of the most efficient tennis court maintenance providers in the UK, our extensive experience of more than 15 years is testimony to our dedication. Many of our experienced team have undergone extensive training in Australia, improving their knowledge on tennis court maintenance, learning the latest techniques and applying these skills for the benefit of our clients.


Dragon Courts only uses high quality equipment and materials. Our Thor Pressure Washer is the best of its kind. We also use the finest quality paint that can last for decades, no matter how often you use the tennis court. All of our equipment has passed the standards required by the All England Netball Association.

If you want to experience the ‘faultless’ services from Dragon Courts, please call 01572-770-404. You can also send your enquiries to info@allabouttennis.co.uk.

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