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Tennis Court Enclosures: Modernizing Your Tennis Court Fence

Are you taking on a tennis court fence enclosure project this spring? Hercules Fence and No Fault are here to help you design a tennis court that includes safe, reliable fencing with a quality tennis court surface.

Tennis court fence enclosure projects have the best results when tennis court fencing is custom fit for the specific needs of the owner and tennis players.

Tennis court fences can be wood fences, iron fences, vinyl fences or ornamental aluminum fences.

If having a privacy fence is a top priority, Hercules Fence can design a tennis court privacy fence that will meet your level of privacy.

Traditional tennis court fencing was chain link enclosures.

Modern tennis court fencing allows tennis court owners to be extremely flexible in tennis court design. Here’s how:

  • Tennis Court Fence Heights can be as low as 8 feet or high as 10 feet. Hercules Fence recommends installing 10-foot high fences on hard tennis courts and 8-foot high fences for clay, sand filled tennis courts.
  • You can add functionality to tennis fencing by opening the sides of fencing. This will help the tennis court preserve light and give tennis players and spectators a more open feel during tennis games.
  • You can also customize your fence color – black, green and silver are all excellent tennis fence colors.

Hercules Fence has you covered – hard fences, soft fence and more for your upcoming tennis court fence enclosure and overall tennis design.

Learn more about tennis fence enclosures and other recreational fence enclosures today.

If you have any questions or need fence enclosure installments and construction services, contact Hercules Fence by calling (800) TU FENCE or click here today!

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