Post Tensioned Concrete
Throughout the years, we have built a reputation for post tensioned concrete courts. In our region, with the relentless freezing and thawing of winter, asphalt courts are infamous for cracking and deteriorating over time. The post tension option is a perfect solution for this, fortified by a grid of steel cables spanning the entire court, each tensioned at over 6000 pounds. With unmatched resistance to the elements these surfaces retain their uniformity and minimize the need for maintenance.
When my wife and I built our home a few years ago, a life-long dream was to have our own tennis court. We knew of John Joyce from the community and asked him to do the tennis court installation for us. Good decision on our part!
John did an exceptional job with our court, creating a truly remarkable playing surface we enjoy to this day. John also did all of our fencing and lighting, which is great now that we can play late into the evening in the summer. John has been back a number of times over the years to maintain the surface and to re-line the court. He’s such a great guy, he hasn’t even sent me a bill!
As a business person, I would never hesitate to recommend John to anyone, I know that he will take care of them in a highly professional manner.
Joyce Construction has been a true treasure for us. When we added our clay courts a number of years ago for our tennis program, we weren’t sure where to turn to have that done. A Club member had suggested John and his team, and it couldn’t have worked out any better.
From the start, Joyce Construction took the lead on the project. Permits, site work, installation, fencing, striping, everything was handle by them, and the results were amazing. Club members have had guest come play our courts, and some have asked how to join the club so they can play on our courts!
Joyce Construction continues to service our courts on a yearly basis ensuring that the surface is in perfect playing conditions. We would highly recommend Joyce Construction for any tennis court project.