From Concept to First Serve

Game court design, construction, resurfacing, repair & maintenance

Bringing quality and experience to the marketplace

Pickleball Courts

The surge in popularity has led to an increased demand for pickleball courts. Many communities and recreational facilities have been building or converting existing tennis and other game courts into pickleball courts.

Basketball Courts

Basketball courts are common features in community parks, schools, and recreational areas across the country. Communities that invest in recreational facilities, often allocate budgets for ongoing maintenance and repairs.

Tennis Courts

Organized tennis leagues, tournaments, and school sports programs contribute to the demand for tennis courts requiring well-maintained facilities that meet certain standards. Members of private tennis clubs often seek facilities that provide quality playing surfaces and other amenities.


In response to the surging popularity of game courts, most notably pickleball, Cortz is well-equipped to construct the courts needed to meet the increasing demand. We assist you in custom designing your court, whether it’s for commercial or residential purposes, Cortz can deliver precisely what you request in a timely and professional manner. Please contact us for more information and an estimate for your project.

Surfacing & Maintenance

All game surfaces come with an expiration date, and at some point, repair or resurfacing is necessary. It is always advisable to schedule these procedures sooner rather than later. With years of experience in repair and resurfacing, Cortz ensures that you choose the right materials for your court. Cortz takes pride in enhancing any existing surface and adding what we like to call, “The proverbial icing on the cake.”

Cortz provides training videos for each aspect of the various services offered.

From Concept to First Serve

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  • In 2023: 790,492 franchise
  • Direct Jobs: Supporting nearly 8.4 million
  • Economic Output: $825.4 billion of for the U.S. economy, and almost 3% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP)


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