Faced with a court that was in poor repair, this Flex Court customer was faced with the following choices.
1 – Shut down and Demolish the courts a 3 day
2 – Demolish and Rebuild the courts, which would be 3 to 4 week process at 2 to 3 times the cost of just the demolition.
3 – Repair the existing court and resurface with Flex Court at the same cost as demolition, and only a few days of downtime.
What went on during those few days?
Day 0 – The Before
The cracked and worn out court
Day 1 – The Prep
Day One was spent preparing the court. This involved scraping loose materials off, cleaning filling and sealing cracks, and surface leveling as needed with a 24 hour curing time.
Day 2 – The Resurfacing
Installation of the Flex Court Surface
That was it. For less than half of what it would have cost to completely replace the courts, and just 2 days, not only did they get new courts, but they managed to get a longer lasting, lower maintenance surface that
In the end, what sold them on Flex Court was the Flex Court sales and support team’s complete honest and open presentation of cost numbers and that the Flex Court all-weather, cushioned surface characteristics and appeal were better than what the customer was originally looking for.