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The 4 most common questions about multi-sports courts

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The 4 most common questions about multi-sports courts

A modular multi-sports court is an excellent choice if you want to give a new life to your backyard. Usually, buyers have many questions about these courts. For that reason, we want to answer the most frequent questions some folks ask about them

1. What sports can be played on a multisports court?

These courts can host matches of basketball, volleyball, futsal, tennis, pickleball or shuffleboard… Just to mention a few sports.

Usually, these courts are tailored to your needs. We need you to tell us what sports or games you want to play on your court. Then, with that information, we will paint the markings relevant to those sports or games.

2. What sizes do the multisports courts have?

We have in stock already manufactured courts that come in specific sizes. But they are made just for one sport.

But if you want a multisports court, you’ll have to get in touch with us because there is no standard size for that.

Tell us the space you have available in your backyard. With that data, we can offer you a court suited to your needs and wishes.

3. What kind of base does a multisports court need?

We have explained this before. The modular sports courts we sell should be installed on a concrete, asphalt or stone base.

If you don’t have a base already built in your backyard, we recommend going on with a concrete base. Contact us to get more details about the base. And if you don’t want to deal with that process, we can do it for you.

4. How will the extreme weather affect a multisports court?

The material the multisports courts are made of can resist very low temperatures, until -25°F.

Please, remove snow or ice from the surface before playing on it to prevent injuries.

Talking about rainfall, the court can drain rain water. Don’t use the court if there is some pooling. Wait until the water is drained or evaporated.

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