If your dreams don’t scare you, they ar

If your dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough.


FSB:The International Trade Fair for Amenity Areas, Sports and Pool Facilities

Ace Surfaces is about staying on top of the game. That is why this week Franz and Kyle have traveled to Cologne, Germany to join other professionals in learning the latest and newest technologies in sports and playground surfacing at FSB International Trade Fair. FSB offers an extensive overview of new technologies, designs and concepts in a spectrum that only a leading international trade fair can.

With four days, packed full of product presentations, national and international business contacts, the exchange of ideas, award presentations and the transfer of knowledge, why wouldn’t they attend? We look forward to the new innovations and ideas they will be bringing back with them. Stay tuned!

Rebound Rewind



A look back at a previous project

Four Seasons Resort-Kailua Kona, HI
To show how well our system holds up in extreme conditions, you need only to look at the tennis courts on the big island of Hawaii. Constructed in 1996 for The Four Seasons Resort, these 8 courts have seen a great deal of play in the harsh climate of the islands. We are planning a trip back there in the near future to resurface the courts – well over 11 years after initial construction!

Recent Projects-Franklin County Technical School Basketball Court

Franklin County Technical School Basketball Court

Turner Falls, MA 

Ace Surfaces recently finished a project at Franklin County Technical School painting logos and lines on a HARO sports wood floor.
Franklin County Technical School made the right choice with a HARO floor. Combining sustainable design practices with premier performance, HARO sports with Nike Grind-cushioned wood gym flooring offers a number of benefits over conventional wood gym floors. HARO sports floors are an aesthetically pleasing, classic court design with consistent play and bounce with a cushioned underlayment that can help prevent injuries.
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