When it comes to squash court floors, trust the experts at J & J Gym Floors. With over 15 years of experience servicing squash courts in NJ, NY, & CT…you can be assured you’re working with a trusted contractor with an amazing reputation.
Squash Court Floor Sanding & Game Lines
Squash court floors should be sanded only and left unfinished, unlike racquetball court floors, which should be sealed and finished . Leaving the floor unfinished is necessary for proper traction by allowing sweat to absorb into the wood rather than sitting on top of the finish. We also offer a squash court floor refinishing service, in which we: sand the floor and paint the game lines (singles and doubles). We use state of the art court marking paint to ensure your game lines last for as long as possible. We do not use “line marking tape” or other inferior products. Our courts are built to last! To comply with World Squash Federation requirements floors should be constructed of a light colored hard wood to enable the fast-moving ball to be seen in play and with textured surface for grip. Squash court floors should be unsealed.
Squash Court Floor Maintenance & Repair
- Squash court floors should be sanded only.
- Sanding will be done to a 40-60 grit finish, leaving a nap finish.
- Facilities Management should ensure floors are swept and/or vacuumed regularly.
- The end result should be a smooth surface with no shine.
- Squash court game lines should be a deep red color for maximum visibility.
- Squash court floors should be sanded and repainted every few years (when they become slippery and scratched)
Squash Court Floor Service Area In NJ, NY & CT
- New Jersey: Bergen County, Passaic County, Sussex County, Hudson County, Essex County, Morris County, Union County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, Hunterdon County, Monmouth County, and Ocean County
- New York: NYC, Manhattan, Queens, Bronx, Brookyln, Staten Island, Long Island, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Rockland County, Orange County, and Westchester County
- Connecticut: Southern CT, Farfield County, New Haven County, Litchfield and Middlesex County