Ferandell Tennis Courts, serving all of California since 1976, is an experienced, high-quality tennis court contractor. Paul Ferandell has been involved in tennis court design and construction and for over 45 years. Paul stands by his work and takes pride in meeting the design, scheduling, and budgetary requirements of his clients.|
Ferandell’s clientele includes resorts, public and private country/tennis clubs and commercial facilities such as San Diego Tennis and Racquet Club, Manhattan Country Club, Fairbanks Ranch Country Club, Manchester Grand Hyatt, and Sony Corporate.
Ferandell also does government & school facilities and private residences including high profile entertainers and public figures, as well as other game courts (basketball, bocce ball, volleyball, shuffleboard, hockey, etc.).
Ferandell works with clients on all aspects of tennis court design and construction. The talented and qualified staff can design your tennis court and present you with options regarding lighting, fencing, windscreens, net poles, nets, court surfaces, and court colors. Ferandell can also work off a pre-existing design and provide you with suggestions on how to modify or implement it to your liking.
Before the tennis court construction process begins, Ferandell will answer any questions you have regarding space, ground composition, surfacing, or municipal codes. Ferandell controls all aspects of tennis court construction, ensuring that you get the highest quality product and service available. The work site is policed each day to maintain a well-kept environment.
Ferandell will finish your court with a surface to suit your specific playing requirements. Using only proven materials, Ferandell can optimize your tennis court for ball bounce, court speed, cushioning, color, etc., and can provide equipment for all types of courts.
Built with the highest quality products available, Ferandell can build the following types of tennis courts:
Type of Surfaces range from:
- Synthetic Clay or Grass
- Rubberized Cushion and Carpet Surfaces