ClayTech is an artificial clay court that more closely replicates real clay than anything else on the market. It also requires the least maintenance of any clay court on the market.Read More...Read Less...
ClayTech is composed of a quarter-inch polypropylene membrane that gets glued down to an existing hard surface and in-filled with Har-Tru or European brick dust, giving it the look and feel of a real clay or Har-Tru court. Specialized line filler is used to create permanent playing lines that require only occasional freshening. Material can be added to taste on an as-needed basis.
Its unique construct makes it a court that you can walk away from for six months but have up and running again in less than one hour. Its low maintenance and minimal water requirements also make ClayTech ideal for an indoor clay court.
Minimal Maintenance: Brush and add a little water just prior to play. Or don’t. Yes, that’s it.
All weather playability: Your footing on ClayTech remains true when it’s wet, dry, hot, or cold.
ClayTech facilitates a tennis player’s development by forcing them to use patience, construct shot sequences into points, and employ a wide variety of shots.
ClayTech provides sliding comfort, which allows you to play more frequently without the pain.
A player’s feet are able to glide, pivot, and slide freely across the surface and this reduces the opportunity for injuries.
ClayTech is easily installed over existing hard courts.
“Claytech is the best surface I have worked on in 35 years in tennis. In fact one of our members converted their home court to Claytech.” - Dan Aubuchon, Director of Tennis- Bighorn Golf Club
“Our members enjoy how it plays so similar to a clay court. It requires very little water to maintain good playability. It requires virtually no maintenance....I feel this was the best decision for our club and a surface I would recommend to anyone.” - Tom Cascarano, Tennis Director, Greensboro Country Club
“We were the first facility in the US to install this surface and after two years, we built two additional courts in the Clay-Tech surface.” Matt Grayson, Director of Tennis, Country Club of Roswell
For best playing conditions brush the court and lines just prior to play and then spritz with water.
Most club courts add a bag or two of material every three to six months. Residential courts need material annually at most.
Add white paint to the lines every few years to keep them bright.