One Way to Boost Member Experience & Reduce Facility Costs

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December 26, 2019

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December 26, 2019

If there was a proven way to improve the member experience and reduce facility costs at your club with one decision, would you be interested in learning more?

Most club owners and operators, of course, would undoubtedly answer “yes” to this question. If you're in the business of powering health and wellness member experience and member engagement,  your club facilities are a huge part of this journey. We recently had the opportunity to speak with Sports Interiors about how they are helping improve the member experience and reduce facility costs nationwide.

One way they've achieved this is by implementing LED Lighting  and Liner Systems. They have implemented hundreds of their systems, handling all the leg work to ensure an efficient installation process with an emphasis on minimizing disruption to facility operations.

How Does This Help Tennis Club Members?

At a basic level, indoor tennis players want to clearly see the tennis ball through the course of a point, ideally without any glare. Visibility can be greatly enhanced by bright, indirect lighting. With LED technology appropriately designed for indoor tennis, facilities can implement lighting that dramatically improves not just the light levels, but the quality of light.

In addition to LED Lighting, a durable white liner system on the ceiling and walls of indoor tennis facilities can help boost light levels, improve light distribution and deliver an overall improved environment. Companies like Sports Interiors can add insulation behind its Liner System for added savings.

How Does This Help Tennis Club Owners?

Beyond the obvious member experience enhancements, updating an indoor tennis facility with LED technologies also benefits you as a club owner. Implementing energy-efficient lighting typically includes some sort of an incentive through various utility programs, and these LED Lighting and Liner Systems last 18+ years while nearly eliminating the need for maintenance.

Beyond electrical and maintenance savings, improving the member experience will always benefit the club’s culture and financial health overtime. And if you're still apprehensive, we should tell you that companies like Sports Interiors offer a financing package that eliminates the need to write one check.

How Can Club Owners Test the Light Levels?

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) recommends that when testing light levels for an indoor tennis court, you should follow the 15-point method to efficiently record levels at your facility.

These readings should be taken with a light meter and measured in “foot candles” in order to follow standard practice within the tennis community. Club owners can either purchase their own light meter from a typical home good store or contact Sports Interiors to receive a light inspection.

Make Strides Toward Your Ideal Club

To get started on testing and ultimately improving your club’s lighting system, reach out to Sports Interiors today. They have a team of experts to walk you through the process of how they can help improve the indoor tennis-playing experience.

To reinvent your club management through industry-leading  membership management solutions, book a demo with us.

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