Outdoor Court Tile FAQS
Will extreme heat and sun damage VersaCourt tile?
VersaCourt tile is designed specifically for outdoor environments and is not adversely affected by heat or sun. The tiles are made from a proprietary blend of polypropylene with UV inhibitors to ensure durability and color fastness. The tiles do, however, expand and contract with changes in the temperature. For example, a 100 foot floor can expand 2 inches on both lengthwise sides when the weather warms up over 100°F (37°C). For this reason, it is important the tile be trimmed at least 1/2" from any stationary object such as a goal or fence post.
Will extreme cold damage VersaCourt outdoor courts?
Our outdoor court tile is not harmed by extreme cold. In fact, our outdoor courts have been brittle tested to minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit.
Can I drive over a VersaCourt game court?
Yes, our outdoor tiles can be driven on. In fact, we regularly install courts on areas of driveways and many people use our tiles as flooring for their garages.
Are VersaCourt court tiles slippery when wet?
Like most surfaces, VersaCourt tiles can be a little slippery when wet. However, the tile’s open grid design allows water to drain immediately so that it dries much more quickly than traditional surfaces like asphalt or concrete.
How long should I expect a VersaCourt game court to last?
VersaCourt is backed by our lifetime outdoor tile warranty.
How long does the game line painting last on VersaCourt game courts?
Our outdoor basketball courts are painted with long-lasting polyurethane paint. Game lines painted on backyard basketball courts look "crisp" for 7 to 10 years.