Court Lighting

The DSF team will work with you to design your court lighting to suit your court and local conditions. There are various lighting systems available, with LED lighting becoming quite popular due to their reduced running costs and quality of light.

It is important to check with your local Council for any regulations concerning court lighting within your residential area.

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Did you know that your court should be facing north south?, Did you know that it is important to get your soil tested prior to designing your court etc.
Your court should be facing North South to avoid playing into the sun
Your court slab should have a 1% fall to allow water run off
Sub surface drainage is paramount to ensure the integrity of your court base
It is important to get your soil tested so that your court can be designed to suit your soil type
It is important to check with your Local Council for any regulations regarding any boundary restrictions.
When building your court fence – it helps to keep the bottom rail 40mm off the surface to assist with court maintenance
If you are planning on including lights on your court – please check with your Local Council regarding restrictions which may apply
It is a good idea to keep fencing 40mm off the court surface for easy maintenance
It is important to consider the access your court builder will have to your property to construct your court
The court should be placed far enough from large trees that roots will not be an issue
A monthly court inspection is recommended to check for signs of surface blemishes