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Cracks / Birdbaths

A "birdbath" is a minor depression in which water settles on a non-pourus court surface after a rain or flooding. If the water remaining covers a five cent piece after waiting an hour minimum in 70 degree temperatues in sunlight, then it can be considered a "birdbath".
Cracking conditions may occur either in the base or on the surface of an asphalt Tennis Court. Cracking may stem from base movement, poor compaction of the subbase or from old asphalt that becomes brittle and loses its flexability within freeze and thaw conditions.